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.
City sightseeing includes a visit to Fort Jesus (the fortress built by the Portuguese in 1593). Today the fort houses the museum.
A short walk through the old town with its narrow twisting alleys, overhanging balconies and carved doors brings you to the harbour. The harbour is still in use and one can find some Arab Dhows operating.
A short ride through the center of Mombasa takes you to other points of interest including the market; the huge elephant’s tusks (Metal board) along the Moi Avenue.
Cross the Makupa causeway to Akamba wood carving industry in Changamwe.
This is a cooperative Industry that consists of over 1,900 Members all producing great variety of woodcarvings all at very reasonable prices.
Return to your hotel.
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