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Kenya FAQs

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Wild Safari Guide compiled a list of frequently asked questions about your holiday to Kenya! See Kenya FAQs below:

Kenya is a year-round destination that enjoys warm weather and low annual rainfall. Between June and October, travellers can expect warm and dry weather which coincides with the Great Migration.

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Kenya offers a variety of options, from luxury eco-lodges to exclusive tented camps within national parks, as well as fantastic self-catering options with modern amenities.

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Safari-goers to Africa need to make sure about visa requirements for the specific destination in their country of origin. Passports need to be valid for at least six months from the planned date of departure and there should also be enough blank pages for the necessary visas and stamps to be applied.

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All visitors to Kenya have to produce a yellow fever vaccination certificate in order to gain entry into the country. Although not compulsory, it is recommended that other vaccinations include tetanus, diphtheria, poliomyelitis, typhoid and Hepatitis A. The taking of malaria prophylaxis is also highly recommended.

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It is recommended to only consume bottled water, check to see if the seal is intact. All other water should be boiled or treated before consumption.

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Kenya is renowned as a destination for family-friendly safaris with acclaimed national parks as well as superb beach holidays on the country’s magnificent coastline.

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If embarking on a walking safari or any other activity that will require activity participation, an average to good level of fitness is required. When only going on game drives and the likes, minimal fitness will be demanded.

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It is advisable to obtain comprehensive travel insurance for a safari to Kenya, especially if activities such as walking or hot air ballooning will be undertaken.

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Foreign visitors to Kenya are allowed to use the road with their domestic driving licenses and international driving permits for a period of up to 90 days. Driving is on the left side of the road.

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In Kenya the right hand is used for eating, touching and passing things while the left hand is reserved for unhygienic acts. Don’t point at another person as it is considered to be rude.

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