The venue will be at The Nairobi Hospital Convention Centre ,
Details Coming Soon…
Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) in Nairobi – It is the largest airport and the main arrival point for most visitors. A major gateway to Kenya, JKIA offers both domestic, African, regional and international connections. It is very easy to use and there are a lot of transportation options available to get from the airport into town. JKIA is 17 km (roughly 10 miles) from Nairobi’s city center and to Norfolk hotel – a quick drive by hotel shuttle, car or taxi to your city destination. Banking services, automatic teller machines (ATMs) and 24hr foreign exchange (forex) bureaus are available at the terminal, should you require access to cash
Airlines that fly to Kenya
Flights from the United States and North America
Kenya Airways, British Airways, KLM, Emirates Airlines and Qatar Airways. Currently there are no direct flights from the United States to Kenya. All flights from the United States to Nairobi go via Europe. This means you have to change planes and/or airlines while still in Europe.
Flights from the US to Kenya connect through London, Amsterdam, Zürich or Dubai depending on the airline. North West Airlines in the United States is affiliated with KLM and Kenya Airways and offers fast connections through London or Amsterdam to Kenya.
Return tickets to Nairobi from New York can cost as little as US$1100 in the low season. KLM and British Airways also offer flights from Toronto to Nairobi, although fares from Canada may be slightly higher.
Flights from Europe to Kenya
British Airways, Kenya Airways, Swiss Airlines, KLM, Emirates Airlines, Virgin Atlantic and Qatar Airways. Most of the flights from Europe to Kenya are direct and non-stop, arriving at either the Nairobi or Mombasa International Airport.
Flights from Asia, the Far East and Australia
Kenya Airways, Air India, Emirates Airlines, and Qatar Airways are popular airlines that fly to Kenya. Some of these airlines also offer direct flights from the Middle East to Kenya.
Flights from Kenya to other African countries
Nairobi (JKIA) airport is a major African air hub with daily flight schedules serving West, Central and Southern Africa destinations. Although there are other African airlines that serve Kenya, the national carrier – Kenya Airways – is the pride of Africa. If you’re on transit to other African destinations you can book a regional flight from Kenya to your country of choice.
Kenya issues three categories of visa as follows:
Delegates are advised to obtain a visa at least one month prior to travel. The visa costs are USD 50 for offline applications and USD 51 for online applications.
Passports should be valid for at least six (6) months on the date of entry and should have at least two (2) unused pages when presented for endorsements.
For more information on Kenya visa visit: www.immigration.go.ke
Yellow Fever vaccination certificates will be required from delegates coming from countries with risk of yellow fever transmission or who have transited through countries with risk of yellow fever transmission for 12 or more hours or anybody from a country currently reporting an active or on-going outbreak of yellow fever. Travellers should be vaccinated at least ten (10) days before travel.
In Kenya for the first time? Why not take advantage of this opportunity to maximize your experience, with safari and beach tours to some of Kenyas incredibly diverse destinations including a walk in the park which is 10 minutes -drive from the city center!
A Learning Safari – Are You Ready? “Kenya is the home of the Safari. For over a hundred years Kenya has attracted adventurers and romantics from all over the globe. This has been the setting of some of history’s greatest adventure tales. This is the home of Out of Africa, a place where setting out on an adventure into the wilderness became an age old tradition. There are places in Kenya that you cannot afford to go back home without visiting. These popular sites are loved because of the interesting story behind their existence or the noble course that go on in these places that make them popular.
From hand feeding Giraffes, to adopting orphaned elephants to taking breathtaking balloon safaris at dawn, The big 5, a beautiful diversity of landscapes, animals, bird and plant life and fascinating cultures, White Sandy beaches on the East African coast, more than 45 National parks and reserves not to mention bustling metropolitan cities and towns. Kenya is endowed with all these and more.
For more information visit www.magicalkenya.com
Investing in Kenya
Nairobi, Kenya’s capital city is fast becoming the African home of choice for multinational companies, especially those in the services sector, looking to grow their presence on the continent.
For More information, visit www.investmentkenya.com