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Etiquette Kenya is a fairly conservative society, especially in the Islamic regions, and much emphasis is placed on courtesy and manners. Care needs to be taken when photographing local people – always ask permission and prepare to be

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What to Carry For your Kenya safari, pack light casual wear in neutral colors (try to avoid bright colors) and a warm jacket for evening game drives. In Kenya’s major cities the dress code is conservative but not excessively formal – jeans

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Health Kit It is advisable to travel with a small medical kit that includes any basic remedies you may need, such as antacids, painkillers, anti-histamines and cold remedies. You will also need anti-diarrhoeal medication such as Imodium (adults

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Money & Spending Kenya’s national currency is the Kenyan Shilling and although foreign currencies such as US Dollars and Euros are widely accepted we’d recommend using local currency to pay for bar bills, souvenirs and meals not

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