Updated: Apr 27, 2021
Kenya has restarted its tourism industry at a cautious pace and the 2021 safari season is on the way to being fully booked
March 4th, 2021 - Kenya has slowly but surely opened to tourists, however, visitors will still need to obtain a negative COVID-19 PCR test result, a medical certificate confirming you are free from coronavirus, and complete a COVID-19 Travellers Health Surveillance Form.
Visitors from most countries are not required to quarantine on arrival in Kenya. An updated government list of countries that are exempt from quarantine is available here.
Despite the entry requirements, Kenya Safari operator Cruzeiro Safaris has reported that most 2020 safari bookings have been moved to 2021 and so there is little availability remaining for this year.
Safari operators are urging tourists to book their 2022 safari early so as to avoid disappointment.
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