We are here to make your trip as smooth and easy as possible. Preparing for your trip should be fun and exciting, but as with travelling to most countries there are a few boxes that need ticking and requirements so that you don’t have any issues upon arrival. Please use the below information as a guide, but we always recommend doing some of your own research as requirements can vary for different countries and nationalities.
All travellers are required to have a visa before they can enter the country of Kenya. This must be done in advance by applying for an electronic visa (eVisa) online. Visas are not available on arrival.
In order to get a Kenya visa, travellers must fill out the Kenyan electronic visa application form with the required information (including personal details, passport details, travel plans, and more). It is advised to have the documents mentioned above nearby so that travellers can refer back to them while filling out the application.
Covid Application Form
Ahead of your travel to East Africa, please make sure that you have all the latest
information about COVID-19 tests and other entry/travel requirements to East Africa.
The information is changing constantly, so please make sure you are also checking the requirements of the international airline carriers, which are also changing regularly, and the government travel advisories.
All travellers to Kenya are required to fill out the Traveller QR Code Form, and present a hard copy upon arrival.
Before travelling to Kenya you should ensure that you are up to date with the latest travel advice and information. When it comes to travel vaccinations for Kenya, we recommend speaking to a Travel Vaccination Clinic or your local doctor about your travel plans. You can also find some helpful information here. You should use this information to start a conversation with the doctor and raise any questions or concerns during your appointment.
Kenya lies on the equator and has a pleasant, tropical climate, but there are large regional climatic variations influenced by several factors, including altitude. Kenya’s daytime temperatures average between 20°C/68°F and 28°C/82°F, but it is warmer on the coast. Kenya is too close to the equator to experience a real winter and summer. There is, however, both a Dry and Wet season.
In our opinion, Kenya is very safe to visit. The tourist industry is very established and visitors are very well looked after. Several governments have advised against traveling to some cities and remote border areas, but we will only take you to places that are considered safe. Staying Safe whilst on Safari: your safari guides will ensure your safety at all times – all you have to do is follow their instructions and always keep your distance from wild animals when on foot. Only leave your car where it has been designated as safe to do so.
As always, please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions on your trip to Kenya. We want your trip to be the holiday of a lifetime, so if you have any concerns then please reach out to us!