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Travel Information

Kenyan Immigration has instituted a strict visa policy whereby all visitors are strongly encouraged to obtain visas by using an online system, though visas are available upon arrival at international ports of entry including Nairobi’s Jomo Kenyatta International Airport.

  • A passport with at least two blank pages, six months’ validity, and a visa are required to enter Kenya.
  • Single-entry visas are available online and upon arrival at Kenyan airports; however, Kenyan Immigration plans to end visas upon arrival in the future.
  • Multiple-entry visas must be applied for prior to traveling to Kenya.
  • Visa Charges : Single entry visa USD 50, Multiple entry visa (1 Year) USD100 , Transit Visa USD20, Referral Visa fee (non refundable) USD 20: If you are planning on visiting Kenya and not going into another country as part of your Kenya trip [eg Tanzania], then you only need a single entry visa.
  • Obtain the latest information on visas, as well as any additional details regarding entry requirements, from the Embassy of Kenya, 2249 R Street, NW, Washington, D.C. 20008, telephone (202) 387-6101, or the Kenyan Consulates General in Los Angeles and New York City.
  • You should have proof of yellow fever immunizations, or you may be denied entry.
  • In December 2018, the Kenyan government announced a new work permit program that requires foreigners to apply for permits and visas from their country of origin. It is recommended that work permit applications be submitted 6-8 weeks prior to travel. People already in Kenya working on a permit should submit renewal applications at last 90 days before the permit expires.

For additional information on immunizations and detailed country-specific recommendations on vaccinations and other health precautions for travelers to Kenya, visit the CDC’s Travelers’ Health website.

For nationals of United Kingdom, United States, India, Holland, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and all countries not mentioned as requiring Referred Visas, the Visa may be obtained upon arrival at the international airports in Nairobi and Mombasa. However we do suggest that if possible, Visa be applied for in advance from your country of residence via the Kenya embassy, high commission or consulate.



  • There are no compulsory vaccinations required for entry to Kenya unless you are arriving from an area infected with Yellow Fever. Inoculation against Yellow fever and Cholera may be mandatory depending on the country where the travel originates including Ethiopia, Rwanda and Uganda,. Anyone entering Kenya from or through a Yellow Fever infected area, must be in possession of a valid International certificate of Vaccination against Yellow Fever.


  • It is advisable that you take malaria tablets before entering Kenya. Start the course at least one week before entering Kenya. Please consult your physician or General Practitioner.

Health Form

All international airline passengers flying into Kenya  are required to complete an online  Health Information form which needs to be submitted after check-in and prior to arrival:

Guests should complete and submit this form online once they have checked in and have their seat number prior to boarding and they should receive a confirmation QR code by email once submitted.

In addition to submitting the forms electronically, it is recommended that they also print out a copy of the form in advance and fill it in by hand before landing, to speed up the clearing process at JKIA as port health officials may require this form before screening.

Covid-19 PCR Test Certificate

All arriving passengers are required to have Covid-19 PCR Test Certificate showing a Negative test result. There has been some confusion regarding the validity period and whether this is prior to travel or prior to arrival. Some guidelines on airline or embassy websites for the Covid-19 PCR test indicate that this is required 96 hours before travel and this is also shown on the Kenya Airports Authority website. However it has been indicated by the Port Health Authority officials at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport that the 96 hours is from the date when the test was carried out until the date of ARRIVAL at JKIA  and not the time of departure on a flight to Kenya. We are seeking further clarification from the Ministry of Transport and the Ministry of Health and will provide a further update as soon as this is issued.

So it is important that you have the test done  just before travel but leaving enough time to receive the results and the negative test certificate, giving 96 hours validity up until arrival at JKIA.

Safari Booking

To Book with us;

If you are looking at booking a safari , please email us the following details, full names, telephone numbers, home address, arrival date/time in Kenya, country of resident and the currency (Kenya shillings, US Dollars, Euros or GB Pound) you prefer to use while making payment.

We will then reserve your safari/ safari accommodations and email you confirmation form as attachment. If an accommodation is fully booked, we will suggest a comparable alternative.

You will then be required to wire (Bank Wire Transfer) 10- 30% as safari deposit payment; balance payment will be required in cash upon arrival in Kenya.

We accept Credit/Debit Card /PayPal Balance payment but payment by Credit/Debit Card /Papal Balance is subject to 5% as international/local bank charges. If you wish to pay by credit/debit card or Pay pal Balance; please inform me and I will email you secure Credit/Debit Card/Pay pal payment link.

Our Prices:

  • Our prices are shown in USD
  • Our Prices are based on 5 People Sharing safari Van/Jeep
  • Once you book your tour/safari  your trip is quarantined with or without other to join.
  • If availability permits, this tour can start on any day.