A valid passport is required to enter Kenya. Please check with your travel agent for the latest visa requirements for Kenya. You can contact Kenya Embassy in your country.
Medical requirements and vaccinations.
No specific vaccinations are required to enter Kenya, but it is advisable to consult your doctor prior to departure to ensure a "trouble free holiday".
Malaria can be a hazard in all tropical coastal and lowland areas of the tropics.
The World Health Organization recommends all visitors to Kenya to take prophylactic before, during and after visiting such areas.
The Diani Beach Hospital (www.dianibeachhospital.com) is nearby and very well equipped to face most situations, however should an emergency arise, specialised medical facilities are available in Mombasa 35 Km away from the Resort.
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Travel light and dress comfortably, lightweight cotton is the most suitable fabric to wear. A jersey/Pullover may become useful in the evening and early morning. We require long trousers to be worn by gentlemen during the evenings for dinner.
Should you go on a Safari, Please remember to take warm clothing with you, as it does get cold at times. Remember to bring your Camera/Video Camera, Binoculars with you, as you will find it very useful during your stay in Kenya.
Appropriate dress code is required when visiting towns, villages. Topless tanning is not welcome in most places; please respect the local customs and traditions.