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Saloon Cars From US$ 40
4x4 Suv Cars From US$ 80

4x4 Land Cruiser V8 From US$250 Per Day

4x4 Toyota Prado From US$ 160

Toyota Noah\Toyota Voxy From US$ 80

 
4x4 Double Cabin From US$ 120
4x4 Self Drive Safari Adventure From US$ 160

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Application steps
In order to apply for an eVisa, visitors should:

Click on Create an account.
Click on Evisa Application
Fill Application form
Pay Using Visa Card, Mastercard and other debit or credit cards.
Await approval then download and print the eVisa from your eVisa account.
Present your printed eVisa to the immigration officer at the port of entry.

Categories of Visas

Passport holders traveling to the Republic of Kenya are divided into 3 categories.

  1. Category 1 - Nationals and Persons who do not require visas to enter Kenya.
  2. Category 2 - Nationals issued with Visas on application.
  3. Category 3 - Countries and Persons who require referred Visas.

Category 1

A. All persons holding valid passports issued by Country of Nationality under - Category 1

B. Persons

  1. Children under category 2 and are aged below sixteen years.
  2. All persons whose passports are endorsed with valid Kenya re-entry passes or any other written authority in lieu of a re-entry pass.
  3. All passengers arriving and leaving by the same ship, and who donít leave the ship.
  4. All passengers in transit through Kenya arriving and leaving by the same aircraft or transferring to another aircraft and who do not leave the international transit lounges at the international airports in Kenya.
  5. Holders of United Nations Organization Laissez-Passers whilst on official UN Business.
  6. Holders of African Union Laissez-Passers whilst on official UN business.
  7. Holders of African Development Bank Laissez-Passers whilst on official ADB business.
  8. Holders of Arab Bank for Economic Development in Laissez-Passers whilst on official ABEDA business.
  9. Holders of International Red Locust Control Organization for Central and Southern Africa Laissez-Passers whilst on official I.R.I.C.O. business.
  10. Holders of Desert Locust Control Organization for Central and Southern Africa Laissez-Passers whilst on official D.I.C.O. business.
  11. Holders of COMESA Laissez-Passers whilst on official COMESA business.
  12. Holders of International Monetary Fund and World Bank Laissez-Passers whilst on official IMF/World Bank business.
  13. Holders of Inter-Governmental Authority on Development (IGAD) Laissez-Passers whilst official IGAD business.
  14. Holders of African Airlines Travel Association (IATA) Laissez-Passers whilst on official business.
  15. Holders of Environment Liaison Centre International Laissez-Passers whilst on official ELCI business.
  16. Holders of Union of Radio, Television Network of Africa (URTNA) Laissez-Passers whilst on official URTNA business.
  17. Holders of International Labour Organization (ILO) Laissez-Passers whilst on official ILO business.
  18. Holders of Preferential Trade Area/Common Market of East & Southern Africa bank Laissez-Passers whilst on official PTA/COMESA business.
  19. Holders of European Union Laissez-Passers whilst on official European Union Business.
  20. Holders of CIP (International Potato Centre) Laissez-Passers whilst on official CIP business.
  21. Holders of African Reinsurance Corporation (ARC) Laissez-Passers whilst on official ARC business.
  22. Holders of African Housing Fund (AHF) Laissez-Passers whilst on official AHF business.
  23. Holders of Diplomatic and Service Passports from The Islamic Republic of Iran for a period not exceeding (30) days stay.
  24. Holders of Diplomatic Official, Special and Service Passports, from the Republic of Turkey and members of their families holding valid Diplomatic, Official, Special and Service Passports, while on Transit or Stay not exceeding ninety (90) days.
  25. Holders of Diplomatic, Official, or Service Passports from the Federal Republic of Brazil for a period not exceeding ninety (90) days.
  26. Holders of Diplomatic and Service Passports from The People's Republic of China for a period not exceeding (30) days stay.
  27. Holders of Diplomatic Passports from Federal Republic of Nigeria for a period not exceeding (30) days stay.
  28. Holders of Diplomatic, Official and Service Passports from Republic of Cuba for a period not exceeding (90) days stay.
  29. Holders of Diplomatic Passports from the State of Israel for a period not exceeding (90) days stay.
  30. Holders of Diplomatic Passports from the Republic of India for a period not exceeding (90) days stay.
  31. Serving Members of the British Military (are exempted from visa formalities).
  32. The manifested crew of ships and aircrafts passing through or stopping in Kenya for periods not exceeding seven (7) days in the case of aircrew and fourteen (14) days for shipís crew.
  33. Owners of private aircraft stopping over for refueling in Kenya and who do not leave the precincts of the airport.

Category 2

Visas under this category are processed within 48hours

A. All persons holding valid passports issued by Country of Nationality under - Category 2

Category 3

A. All persons holding valid passports issued by Country of Nationality under - Category 3

B. Stateless persons not holding valid passports/documents issued by their own

Kenya Pre-departure Information
Passport
A valid passport is required for travel to any destination that we offer. In addition it is important that the passport remain valid for a period of six months beyond your travel date. This is essential; please carefully check your passport or you may be denied access to your flight. There must also be sufficient empty pages in your passport (two blank pages side by side for each country you will visit). Allow enough time to obtain a new passport.

VISAS TO EAST AFRICA
Kenya tourist visa can be obtained at Jomo Kenyatta airport on arrival while Tanzania visa can be obtained at the Namanga boarder entry point . You donít require a multiple entry visa for travel in East Africa since the Kenyan Tourist visa allows you to enter and leave Kenya as long as you are traveling within East Africa.
You can apply for single entry and transit visas on the following link; Kenyan Visa and for Tanzanian Visas

HEALTH Travel to the tourist regions of East Africa does not pose any extra health risks such as would occur if you were an aid worker or visiting very remote areas. The lodges and camps we use are vigilant with food preparation. Common sense is in order, be sure to wash your hands frequently especially before meals. Use bottled water (often called mineral water) for drinking and to brush your teeth. Malaria is not often contracted by visitors but is a serious disease and steps must be taken to prevent it. The best prevention is to avoid being bitten. The mosquito that carries malaria feeds at night so cover up in the evening and use repellent. Use a net for sleeping if provided.

Please consult you doctor or Health Travel Advisory Service to get up to date advice on vaccination and malaria prophylaxis. You should travel with your own personal first aid kit including any over-the-counter or prescription medications that you regularly use or may need. Eyeglass wearers should bring an extra pair and contact lens wearers should bring glasses as well. There can be a lot of dust and glare on safari that can affect sensitive eyes. A good pair of sunglasses and plenty of sunscreen are also essential, as is a broad-brimmed hat.

The following vaccinations are often recommended:

Yellow Fever
Polio
Tetanus
Hepatitis
COVID-19 TRAVEL POLICY We at Asili Adventure Safaris follow the stipulated WHO and Ministry of Health guidelines and protocol in regards to ensuring safety of our guests from COVID-19 pandemic. We ensure that your tour guides are regularly tested for Covid-19 and must test Negative before departing for any safari. All our guest will be subject to regular temperature screening, we will also provide face masks and an anti-bacterial hand sanitizer will be available at all our safari vehicles. We will also ensure very high level of hygiene while on your safari. Your tour guide will disinfect and sanitize your luggage before and after every hotel check-in. The vehicles will also be regularly cleaned and disinfected.