TRAVEL INFORMATION

HEALTH REQUIREMENTS

  • You will need to provide an International certificate of vaccination or prophylaxis (ICVP) (yellow fever certificate) if travelling from a yellow fever endemic country.
    • There is a very low risk of malaria in Nairobi, the areas immediately around Nairobi, and in the highlands above 2,500m. Malaria tablets aren't recommended if you are only travelling to these areas, but you should take precautions and practise insect bite avoidance to reduce your risk.

VISA REQUIREMENTS

  • All visitors who intend to travel to the Republic of Kenya must have an approved Electronic Travel Authorisation (eTA) before the start of their journey.
  • Persons who are exempt from obtaining the Electronic Travel Authorisation (eTA): Citizens of the East African Partner States; These countries include Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda, South Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda (Exempted for Six (6) months)
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SAFETY & SECURITY

  • Avoid non-essential travel to the neighbourhoods of Eastleigh, Kibera and Pangani, in Nairobi, due to the high crime rate.
  • Be aware of your surroundings at all times.
  • Only use transportation organized by reputable tour companies or well-marked taxis.

AIRPORT INFORMATION

  • Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA), is the international airport serving Nairobi, the capital and largest city of Kenya.
  • JKIA is about 25 minutes away from the conference venue.
  • For more information please click here to visit the airport website.