Emergency contact information
Police contacts: 999/911/112
Rescue medical and security emergency
evacuation: 0714 911 911
AMREF emergency medical evacuation: 0730 811 811/ 0709 962 811
Embassies & Consulates:
Stay up to date on general health and safety guidelines for COVID-19 safety per WHO. Familiarize yourself and continuously monitor applicable government travel restrictions and advisories, and follow all national and local laws and guidelines. You will need a CV-19 vaccine certificate to enter the country. There will be no paper verification of COVID-19 test results and vaccination certificates upon arrival in Kenya. You should ensure that you have uploaded both documents into global haven before boarding via www.globalhaven.org. Additionally, you will be required to fill in the passenger locator form on the ‘jitenge’ platform
Special Travel Considerations
Any travelers with disabilities, older travelers, or LGBTQ travelers should inform us beforehand to ensure we find you the right places, activities, and forms of transportation.
You can pay using cash (KES) in most places around Kenya. Mpesa - the mobile money option is used countrywide. You would need to get a local Safaricom sim card and register your telephone number in order to use Mpesa. Credit/debit cards are also used mostly in bigger cities and in lodges around the country. As in many bigger cities, be aware of your surrounding while moving around and handling money.
Guests are responsible for any damages incurred on their trips or activities. Winda.guide holds no responsibility for said damages.
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