To our international visitors - karibuni!
Nairobi is one of the biggest transport hubs on the continent. International flights arrive in Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA), the largest airport in east and central Africa, which serves a daily average of 19,000 passengers from Africa, Europe and Asia. Located in the south east of Kenya's capital, getting from the airport into the city or out to the suburbs is easy, if not a bit time-consuming if Nairobi's notorious traffic is at its peak. Most domestic flights, including flights to Nanyuki (Ol Pejeta's closest airstrip) leave from Nairobi Wilson Airport (WIL).
It is important to check your visa requirements before entering into Kenya. You must now buy your visa online before entering Kenya, check the e-visa website for more details. It is also important to check with your doctor what vaccinations you require, and whether you should be taking anti-malarial tablets. Ol Pejeta is not a high risk malaria zone, but if you are travelling elsewhere in Kenya you may be advised to take it.