Like make other African countries that depend on revenue from tourism, Kenya has been hit very hard by the Covid-19 pandemic, with many lodges and camps lying empty in what should be their peak season.
Aware that travellers will be looking for both reassurances and incentives to start travelling again, and that they will be competing with other safari destinations, Kenya has takes decisive steps to attract travellers.
Comprehensive Travel Safety Protocols
The Ministry of Wildlife and Tourism has issued a very comprehensive set of protocols aimed at ensuring your visit to Kenya will be safe. Click the link below.
Magical Kenya Tourism and Travel Health and Safety Protocols
50% reduction in Park fees
To make it more attractive to visit the country’s wildlife parks, Kenya has also announced a 50% reduction in park entry fees. The reduced fees will apply until July 2021.
When taken in combination with some of the deals being offers by lodge and safari operators, these reductions make Kenya a very appealing proposition for safari goers.
Please note that this applies to only KWS managed parks.
KWS manages 22 National Parks, 28 National Reserves and 5 National Sanctuaries.
They are ;
Nakuru National Park, Amboseli National Park, Nairobi National Park,
Tsavos (Tsavo East and West) National Parks, Meru National Park,
Aberdares National Park, Mt. Kenya National Park.
Others A (Hell’s Gate, Mt. Elgon, Mt. Longonot, Oldonyo Sabuk
Others B (Marsabit, Mwea, Ruma, Saiwa Swamp, South Turkana, Sibiloi,
Central & South Island, Kakamega, Shimba Hills, Ndere Island, Chyullu Hills.)
Marine Parks; Kisite Mpunguti/Malindi/Watamu/Mombasa/Kiunga
Sanctuaries ( Nairobi Orphanage, Safariwalk & Kisumu Impala )
If you’d like to make Kenya a part of your safari plans we’re ready to help you make them a reality
Just email us or phone us and we’ll help you get there.
Click here to Email Us
or give us a call on +44 7918162984