In an effort to calm tourist fears of terrorist attacks following the Nov. 28 attack on an Israeli-owned hotel and an Israeli charter aircraft in Mombasa, tourism officials are spreading the word that Kenya’s game reserves would be difficult for terrorists to target. The parks are remote and are patrolled by land and air for poachers, creating significant obstacles for terrorists, officials believe. Tourism numbers have declined since the attack, but not dramatically. Hoping to make visitors feel safer in Nairobi, officials have set up police kiosks on downtown streets.