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. International flights resumed to Tanzania a few weeks ago, and started again into Kenya and Rwanda from 1st August.

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 a lot of Safari Camps, Hotels and many tourism companies have started to receive visitors again and reactivate activities under the new sanitary measures.


In addition to the usual Passport and Visa rules, visitors are currently required to have a valid Covid-19 PCR Test Certificate for International Travel, dated within 96 hours of departure on a flight from a foreign international airport into Kenya or Rwanda, and within 72 hours for Tanzania. Tests should be arranged through designated medical centres issuing valid test certificates meeting international requirements.

Kenya has been successful in containing the Covid-19 virus by implementing stringent measures at an early stage and is screening all visitors entering the country. Temperature monitoring and health checks are carried out at the airports on arrival, and travellers from many countries (including the UK, Canada and much of the USA) do not need to self-quarantine as long as they do not have any symptoms.


Visitors to Rwanda are required to take a Covid-19 Test once they arrive at a designated hotel. The test costs US $60 and results are due within 8 hours. Visitors must isolate at the hotel during this time. Another test is required 72 hours before departing Rwanda and there are test centres in popular tourist locations.

Keeping Guests & Teams Safe

Boma, Geoffrey Kent Suite, Sanctuary Olonana, Masai Mara, Kenya

In order to ensure the health and safety of guests and staff, we have introduced various new measures to our operations in line with the protocols required by our Ministry of Health.
• Guest temperature screening on arrival
• Regular temperature screening / health checks of staff
• Regular deep cleaning of all areas of camp, camp vehicles & transfer vehicles
• Staff and guests to maintain a distance of 1.5 Meters where possible
• Staff educated on strict hygiene measures
• Handling of items by different persons kept to a minimum
• Disinfection stations with alcohol gel around camp
• A la carte dining (no buffet or communal platters)
• Meals taken outside / 2 meal sittings to enable social distancing
• All linens sanitized in high temperature wash