An update on Covid-19 in Kenya

International flights are arriving into Nairobi and our camps are open and welcoming visitors.

Kenya, Tanzania & Rwanda have all been awarded the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) "Safe Travel Stamp" after adopting its global health and hygiene protocols. Airlines including Kenya Airways, Ethiopian Airlines, KLM, Qatar Airways, Emirates Air, Lufthansa, British Airways, Air France, Turkish Airlines and Egypt Air are now operating to our key locations and we have re-opened all of our Porini Safari Camps, Rhino River Camp and Nairobi Tented Camp.

Our teams are happy to be welcoming guests and sharing with them some unsurpassed wildlife-viewing in and around our conservancies.

Here in Kenya the government took early measures intended to avert the spread of the virus by restricting international arrivals, early testing of anyone with a temperature or flu symptoms and promoting hygiene, hand-washing and social distancing. Kenya has been fortunate to have experienced a relatively low level of fatalities as compared to most other countries in the world to date. This is attributed to the fact that Kenya has a relatively young population with 95% aged under 60, and to the effectiveness of the containment measures which have been implemented in recent months. Kenya is ranked as having one of the lowest mortality rates from Covid, behind over 160 other countries with rates that are much higher.

Find out about current arrival procedures (Health Form & Covid Test Certificate requirements for unvaccinated travellers) here:

To ensure the safe health and security of our guests, team members and business partners, we have taken various measures to avoid the spread of coronavirus based on the protocols recommended by the World Health Organization and the Government of Kenya. These include social distancing, regular deep-cleaning of all areas of camps and vehicles, strict rules on staff hygiene, regular staff temperature checks and temperature checks on arrival for all guests.

In addition, our teams have now completed "Covid-19 Sensitization" training with the Kenya Red Cross Training Institute.