Kenya has removed the seven-day quarantine rule for UK visitors, paving the way for African beach and safari holidays to resume.
The country was removed from the UK’s red list last week and the Foreign Office is no longer advising against non-essential travel to the whole of Kenya.
Visitors over five are required to have a negative PCR test taken within 96 hours of travel to Kenya.
Also, the Kenya Civil Aviation Authority says UK visitors must submit ‘daily health information’ for the first 14 days in Kenya, but no further details have been provided.
Kenya Tourism Board CEO Dr Betty Radier said: “As one of our key markets, we are thrilled to be able to welcome back visitors from the UK to experience everything that magical Kenya has to offer.
“With restrictions now removed, we look forward to having even more visitors from the UK explore our beautiful country again.”