Kenyan wildlife waits for Indian tourists by easing travel rules
Nairobi: Kenya Tourism Board has declared the opening of Kenyan boundaries to invite travellers from all over the world after being closed for several months. The boundaries were closed since the country witnessed the spread of the second wave of the pandemic.
Along with this, the Kenya Civil Aviation Authority released an order to resume air services from India to Kenya.
The authorities have also informed that quarantine is not mandatory for passengers having Covid negative certificate of RT-PCR test. Thereby, tourists can relish the alluring wildlife and landscape of Kenya without wasting much time.
Kenya is well-known for its numerous wildlife sanctuaries. David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, Haller Park, Nairobi National park, Mara Triangle, Giraffe Centre and many others make Kenya a promising land for the travel lovers.
Amboseli National park, located at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro, best loved spot of travellers as they can relish the enchanting view of both the mountain and the wildlife below it. Kenya has been evolving many strategies to revive the tourism sector affected by the pandemic.