Though international flights are to resume in 2 days, there is still no detailed official information available about the conditions of entering Kenya after travel bans are lifted. Based on official and non-official sources we compiled the currently available information on the current COVID measures in Kenya and traveling to the country. The information is

As part of tourism you – as a traveller – can have a significant effect by making your travel decisions more responsibly, e.g. considering environmental, social and economical effects of your travel, choosing your destination deliberately or using a responsible tour operator. 1. Be prepared for your travel Choose your destination deliberately and get an

The Mountain Bongo (Tragelaphus eurycerus isaaci) is an endangered tragelaphine antelope sub-species that is endemic to Kenya. Specifically found in four ranges: Aberdare ranges, Mount Kenya, Eburu and Mau Forests. Interesting facts about the Mountain Bongo The Mountain Bongo is the largest, heaviest and most colorful African forest antelope. It has an auburn or chestnut

The introduction of new banknotes – in consistency with the 2010 Constitution  –  was announced on May 31, 2019 in Kenya. The so called New Generation Banknotes will circulate alongside the older (previously issued and not yet withdrawn) banknotes. However, the older one-thousand-shilling notes will be withdrawn as from Oct 1, 2019 and cease to

The use, manufacture and importation of all (single-use) plastic bags are banned in Kenya since Aug 28, 2017. This means that all plastic carrier bags – regardless of their thickness or color – used as secondary packages are prohibited. The only exemptions are industrial primary packaging and bags that are clearly labeled. Plastic sheets (used