The Republic of Kenya is a state in eastern Africa, bordering South Sudan and Ethiopia in the north, Somalia in the east, Tanzania in the southwest, Uganda in the west, and the Indian Ocean in the southeast.


Malaria is a disease that is common in the Indian Ocean and western Kenya. Therefore, everyone who comes to Nairobi, it is recommended to carry out prevention. Treatment begins one week before entering the country, lasts throughout the trip and six weeks after it. Antimalarial pills and some medications can be purchased at pharmacies and supermarkets. The causative agent of yellow fever is also a permanent resident of these places, so vaccination is a must when traveling to Kenya. In large cities there are modern hospitals, Nairobi has excellent medical facilities. While on safari in national parks, it is forbidden to go outside the accommodation without guarding. It is also forbidden to get out of the car without the permission of the guide. It is also recommended to cover exposed areas of the body and use special means against insect bites.
In Kenya, unlike some other South African countries, hunting of wild animals is strictly prohibited. Violators face severe punishment: a large fine or even imprisonment. Do not walk alone in Nairobi after 18.30. In Kenya it gets dark very quickly and at 19.00 it is completely dark. Keep an eye on your pockets and bags, there are as many pickpockets in Kenya as in any other major tourist center.
It is not recommended to drink tap water and buy fruit from street vendors. It is better to drink only in bottles and cans, and peel or wash vegetables and fruits well before eating.

Kenya on map