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The great thing about Kenya is that it truly is a year-round destination. It is safe to say, however, the main tourist seasons would be in the months of January & February as the more warner climate makes for a great vacation. Alongside the weather, this is the period when Kenya’s wildlife is most active and amazing birds flocking in the air. The rainy season of Kenya would be from March to May and this period is usually calmer & less busy.
The climate in Kenya is tropical, meaning the coast is hot and humid with temperatures inland and to the north being drier. The average tempers in Nairobi are between 77 max and 56 minimum. Generally speaking, it’s sunny all year round & summer clothes are the go-to attire throughout the year, it might get more chilly through the night so packing some clothes for the night is not a bad idea.
The answer is yes, Kenya and the other countries of the region as a general rule, but according to your nationality that might not be the case. Aside of a passport valid for 6 months with two blank pages, you can either get the visa through the countries embassy in your homeland or upon arrival in Kenya, which might not be available in the future. Since these requirements are subject to change at any given time, check if there are any updates with your embassy before travelling.
The official currency of Kenya is the Kenyan Shilling, its iso is KES, the exchange rate is as follows:
|One USD ( United States Dollar)||108.10 Kenyan Shilling KES|
|One CAD ( Canadian Dollar)||80.72 Kenyan Shilling KES|
|One EUR ( Euro)||127.19 Kenyan Shilling KES|
|One GPB (Sterling Pound)||0.90 Kenyan Shilling KES|
Kenya could surely consider a safe country, especially when put in comparison with its surrounding African countries. There is somewhat of a crim issue especially in the Major cities that is why we advise you to exercise caution while navigating these cities. Another piece of advice is to avoid going out or making any visitations after sundown and you shall be fine, as long as you stick to daylight & keep safe distant precautions, sanitize your hands regularly & keep a safe distance from those around you and wear a face mask.
There are no specific vaccinations you would need to take before visiting Kenya than those you would take when visiting any of its surrounding countries. The vaccinations that the CDC and the WHO recommend are: hepatitis A, hepatitis B, typhoid, cholera, yellow fever, rabies, meningitis, polio, measles, mumps and rubella (MMR), Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis), chickenpox, shingles, pneumonia and influenza.
Most service venues, hotels and restaurants already apply a service charge automatically in the bill. Tipping is not obligatory nut its a wonderful gesture and expression of satisfaction with the service provided and your absolutely at your own leisure to tip or not as you see fit.
The local vo electric supply is 220/240 volt, with AC of 50 HZ, it is advisable though that if your gonna be bringing with you a camera or other similar appliances that you bring an adapter with you as the plugs are three points square plugs. You can also always ask the hotel who will supply it upon request if available.