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Frequently Asked

They are indeed stable countries. Kenya for instance welcomes over two million tourists annually. We ensure that all aspects of your itinerary are secure, and we have a team of well-trained and vetted professionals to guide you. Additionally, we’ve invested in a subscription to Flying Doctors – Air Ambulance Service to provide immediate medical attention if needed, ensuring complete peace of mind during your adventure.

Vaccination against yellow fever is advisable, and you should carry the International Certificate of Vaccination as proof. While malaria medication is optional, the risk is generally lower in high altitude areas (above 1,200m), particularly the locations on your itinerary due to sparse human settlement. 

Yes, absolutely. Kenya’s culinary landscape is rich and versatile, with international influences. Our chefs are highly adaptable and can cater to a wide range of dietary preferences, including vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, and any specific dietary needs.

Connectivity is generally excellent, with widespread 4G coverage in urban areas and many lodges and camps. However, in remote safari locations, service may vary, and we encourage guests to embrace the digital detox opportunity. Kenya & Tanzania uses UK power sockets.

Both the US Dollar and Kenyan Shilling are commonly used. It’s recommended to carry a small amount of cash in USD, preferably in smaller denominations like $10 notes, for tipping, small purchases, and souvenirs. Most established places accept credit cards.

Indeed, it is safe. The wildlife in the reserves and parks are accustomed to the presence of safari vehicles and observe them passively. Safety protocols are strictly followed by our guides to ensure your protection in these open settings.

Pack light, breathable clothing in neutral colors, a wide-brimmed hat, sunglasses, and sturdy walking shoes. Don’t forget essentials like sunscreen, insect repellent, and a good pair of binoculars for wildlife viewing.

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Yes, children are welcome on our safaris. We offer family-friendly itineraries and activities, and our guides are experienced in ensuring a safe and enjoyable experience for all ages. Note that some properties only accept kids above 6 or 11 years old.

Yes, most visitors to East Africa will require a visa, which can be obtained online before travel. Ensure your passport is valid for at least six months from the date of entry and has sufficient blank pages for entry stamps.

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