From 18 – 23 October, the 2015 Skal International Congress will be held “On The Beach,” north of the port city of Mombasa, Kenya. The organizing committee, led by Past International President Tony Clegg-Butt, has launched a website ( with more details, including a range of pre- and post-congress tours into Kenya’s famous game parks. Kenya Airways are offering AD75’s to ALL participants. The cost of participation itself has not been as affordable in many years, and all hotels and the congress venue will offer free Wi-Fi coverage, adding yet more value to the package. “Our theme from day one, has been a ‘Congress on the Beach’ which should tell you something about our plans for a fun and entertaining congress with a little work thrown in for good measure.” explains Chairman Clegg-Butt

Travel to Kenya, contrary to published anti-travel advisories put in place under an altogether different agenda by some Western countries, is generally safe, comfortable and uncomplicated. Visas for most nationalities are available on arrival either in Mombasa or Nairobi. At both airports, meet-and-greet teams from Skal Kenya will be on site to assist delegates and congress participants. The headquarter hotel, the Sarova Whitesands Resort & Spa, will host the Executive Committee of Skal.

Skal Congress 2015