Health Protocols

Health Protocols

ARRIVAL PROCEDURES

Covid-19 Practices

  • Arriving visitors to present a Covid-19 PCR negative certificate issued within 96 hours of arrival
  • Travellers can visit these website links for pre-travel documentation
  • Health Surveillance Form: health.go.ke, List of exempt states and territories: kcaa.or.ke Kenya Airways information and FAQs: 
 Responsibilities
  • Travellers are responsible to comply with the government arrival requirements as outlined above.
  • All travellers are responsible for the following and it is up to them to ensure that they have adequate supplies for the duration of their trip
  • Face masks, Rubber gloves, Hand sanitizer, Cleaning wipes, Reusable water bottle
  • Travellers should refrain from shaking hands with other people during their trip.
  • Travellers must bring their own reusable water bottles.  Filtered water will be provided when using our safari vehicles.  Due to the ban on single use plastic we will no longer be providing single use water bottles.
Our Staff and Vehicle:
  • Our team of drivers and support staff MUST adhere to all COVID 19 protocols and well trained to ensure maximum care.
Hotels, Resorts, Lodges and Safari Camps:
  • Each accommodation property or group will put in place their policies and procedures to help protect guests and staff from the risk of contracting COVID-19.

KENYA

  • The government requires all occupants of vehicles to wear masks at all times when driving in cities and towns.
  • Masks are required when participating in seat in vehicle safaris where you are sharing with other people outside of your family group. 
  • If on a private safari where you are only in the vehicle with other members of your family group (including friends), masks are optional on game drives and drives between parks where the roof hatch or windows are open (except when passing through a city or town). 
  • However, masks are required at all times when arriving and departing hotels, lodges, and camps and at park gates and other stops.

TANZANIA

  • Tanzania only requires a COVID-19 certificate if it is required by their airline or the country that travellers are departing from
  • Travellers must meet their airline screening criteria before boarding aircraft to Tanzania (this needs to be discussed with the international carriers)
  • Body temperature scanners will monitor all arriving guests at Airports
  • Travellers who show indications of possible virus symptoms following the scan may be required to take additional tests
  • Travellers found to be positive for COVID-19 will be placed in quarantine (at an additional cost payable directly)
  • All sectors from Hotels, Restaurants, Tour companies will comply with Covid19 protocols in line government regulations defined by WHO & UNWTO
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