Providing the following information to a Port Health Officer is required under the Public Health Act CAP 242 of the laws of Kenya, and is being collected as part of public health response to the Corona Virus pandemic.
Night Curfew is now from 11pm to 3am for a further 60 days
The Government of Kenya lifts the suspension of international flights entering and departing the country on August 1st.
Passengers entering Kenya are required to present a negative COVID-19 test result. The test result is valid for entry if produced no more than seven days before deplaning in Kenya.
There is no mandatory quarantine for arriving passengers unless they are symptomatic.
Passengers may be subject to quarantine restrictions if any passengers within two rows of their seat appear symptomatic.
Passengers departing Kenya should follow COVID-19 requirements of the destination country. There is no COVID-19 test requirement to depart Kenya.
At the airport, temperature checks will help identify passengers with a body temperature of 37.5°C (99.5°F) or higher. Any passenger with an elevated body temperature shall be referred for secondary assessment by Port Health staff present at the airport who will handle the passenger in accordance with public health guidelines. If a passenger is confirmed to have a fever he/she will not be allowed to board their flight.
Evidence of a flight is sufficient to exempt drivers from any penalty who are collecting or depositing passengers from flights arriving after curfew hours.
It is apparently clear that there is a generation that will not experience or know the meaning of the word 'KIND' or 'KINDNESS' or 'BE KIND'. The words seems like foreign words when mentioned to some people across the globe. We are different, we know the effect and impact it has on people. It doesn't choose whether rich or poor; man or woman or any religion. The words are powerful by themselves. Will you join us in spreading this word to our youth and donating foodstuff and necessary items to the needy children homes or elderly homes in and around Nairobi?
DAY 1 (OLD MOSES CAMP) we leave Nairobi to mt Kenya national park gate, taking about 3 hrs drive.
We have lunch at picnic site at 1pm depending on arrival, (inside the park) as we relax.
Trekking begins after lunch to old Moses taking APPROX 3, 1/2HRS hours depending on your pace. Dinner and overnight at Old Moses Hut (3300m).
DAY 2 (SHIPTONS CAMP) We have morning breakfast, at 7am then hike up to mackiinders Valley through Moorland.
Lunch will be served along the trek. Approx trekking time: 7 hours. Depending on your pace
DAY 3 (SHIPTONS CAMP)/ACCLIMATIZATION DAY
We spend the day doing leisure treks around the picks in preparation for the summit
Dinner and rest at shiptons camp
DAY 4(shiptons camp) Early morning wake up call at 3 30am we attempt point Lenana (4985M) at dawn to catch early sunrise. The trek is approx 4 hours. We descend down to mintos camp for breakfast, approx time 3hrs, then further down to road head Camp lunch is severed in between the trek approx time 41/2 hrs. Then down further to bandas camp approx time 2 1/2hrs. Dinner and rest at bandas camp
DAY 5 NAIROBI
Breakfast at 7am, WE TREK down 15km through the forest for pick up by village land rover then drive further to chogoria town further 15km for transfer back to Nairobi.
Price per person For the 5 days USD 750 per person (minimum 2 people)
Group discount of 10 and above 20%
What is included:
• Guide • Porters to carry food and luggage • Cooks • Park fees & camping fees for clients, guide, porters and cooks • Accommodation on bandas • All meals 4meals per day breakfast, lunch, 1st evening tea, appetizers.
supper and 2nd evening tea
-Transport to fro from Nairobi and to base camp using public shuttle
Personal hiking gear
Drinks of personal leisure
Consists of the following which are interchanged
Tea, coffee, served with milk, chocolate, porridge.
Bread served with omelets, pancakes, sausages, conflakes/wheatabix, and doughnuts
Passion fruit, oranges, pineapples, bananas,
Nodules served with beans accompanied by whole meal bread and passion juice with salad or French sandwitch served with overcardo and onion salad with hot coffee or mango juice
1st evening tea
Tea, coffee, chocolate served with variety of snacks e.g. high energy biscuits, popcorns, crips, doughnuts
Oxtl soup served with whole bread. Or tomato soup
Spaghetti with backed fish accompanied with meat stew, 2nd night chicken served with rice and African chapatti--- smashed potatoes served with French peas and with a variety of greens.
2nd late tea
Coffee, tea and chocolate served with milk.
NB: gear can be hired IF REQUIRED
Here is a brief list of things you will need for the trek
-Backpack bag for personal gear
-A sleeping bag
- A good pair of comfortable walking boots which are reasonably stiff or
-Other shoes which have plenty of ankle support. [Sneakers at the campsite]
-A waterproof jacket (waterproof trousers are advisable)
-warm woolen socks 3 pairs
-A spare set of warm clothes e.g. warm jumper, warm jacket- waterproof
Shirts nylon material if available, fleece jackets
-Warm headgear [malvin]
-Gloves water proof
-Items necessary to protect you from the sun. [Sun glasses], hat or cap
Adventures in the sky - from a birds eye point of view - Balloon Safaris
Imagine Drifting Slowly And Silently Over The Vast African Plains. As The Sun Breaks Over The Horizon, Spread Beneath You Is A Panorama Of Africa Unique To Anything You Have Ever Seen Before: Elephant of the savannah Looking Improbably Small, Antelope Flowing In Waves Like Schools Of Fish Across The Vast Plains; A Pair Of Lionesses Stalking A Herd Of Wildebeest; And Cheetah Glancing Up As The Shadow Of The Huge Balloon Crosses Their Paths.
Per person USD499 and Child (7-12 years) USD345
You Will Be picked from Your Lodge At 0600 Hours For A 0630 Hours Take-Off.
Once Aloft, The Balloon Floats Gently Over The Plains, Giving Passengers A Bird's Eye View Of The Game Below As The Sun Rises Slowly Above The Horizon.
After Approximately One Hour The Balloon Will Land And The 'Chase Car' That Has Been Following All The While, Will Arrive With Your Breakfast, Cooked Over The Burners Of The Balloon: Fried Bacon, Sausages, Mushrooms, Eggs, Toast, Freshly Squeezed Juices, Platefuls Of Succulent Kenya Fruits, Homemade Bread Rolls And Croissants, Jams, And Plenty Of Steaming Hot Cups Of Freshly Brewed Kenyan Coffee And Tea. And Of Course, The Piece De Resistance, Glasses Of Effervescent, Bubbling Champagne.
As You Tuck In, Famished From A Morning In The Fresh African Air, The Balloon Captain Signs Your Certificate Of Flight. Fully Replete, And Breakfast Over, You Will Then Be Returned To Your Lodge, Game Viewing Enroute, Arriving Back At Approximately 1100 Hours.
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