Official Conference Appointed Agent

Magical Skies is the Appointed Travel Partner for the upcoming Kaizen Institute AAE 2023

Safari Park Hotel

Room Type: Single / Twins / Doubles
Arrival Date 25th June 2023
Departure Date 30th June 2023
Total Rooms: 50 Rooms
We are pleased to extend a special group rate of:
Deluxe Room (Bed & Breakfast):
Single Room – US$ 210 Per Night
Double / Twin Room – US$ 240 Per Night
The above special rates are inclusive of Bed & Breakfast and are per night. These rates include access to the internet for residential guests.
Day-use 50% of the applicable room rate from 10.00 am – 6.00 pm, thereafter full rate applies. Check-in time is after 12.00 noon, Check out at 10.00 am.
Early check-ins and late check-outs attract an additional charge and are subject to room availability.


Clearing through the International Airport in Nairobi can be daunting. We have dedicated staff at the airport to meet you as you disembark from the aeroplane and guide you through immigration, baggage collection, customs and right to your vehicle.

This is at a cost of US$ 35 Per Person.

In addition, we also provide transfers to your hotel in a private vehicle to make your arrival in our beautiful city even more hassle-free.

Salon car – Max 2 pax with luggage US$ 50
Noah Van – Max 3 pax with luggage US$ 65
Alphard Van – Max 4 pax with luggage US$ 85


Safaris and city excursions

Looking to spend some quality time on safari or take a break from the conference and explore Nairobi? Kenya is the home of authentic safari experiences and Nairobi is a cosmopolitan city with lots of things to do for everyone. We operate private safaris to all National Parks, Conservancies and Sanctuaries across Kenya and East Africa.

Be sure to book early as availability can be a challenge.

Banking hours at most commercial banks are Monday to Friday from 09h00 to 15h00 and on the first and last Saturday of the month.

ATMs are found throughout Kenya’s major city centres and shopping complexes.

The currency is the Kenyan Shilling, where KES1 is made up of 100 cents. Please check with your hotel for daily exchange rates. Foreign currencies such as the USD are widely accepted. However, please note that dollar bills printed before 2003 are not accepted in Kenya, as there was a large amount of illegal processing of dollar bills in the country at that time. High-denomination notes may also not be accepted.

Visa, MasterCard, Diners Club and American Express are accepted by most restaurants, shops and hotels. Proof of identity may be requested, so be sure to carry a passport or some form of photo identification at all times.

Travel Insurance
It is highly recommended that you take out adequate travel insurance at the time of confirming your booking. This should cover any medical situation (such as hospitalisation), as well as cancellation or curtailment of arrangements and loss of your baggage. This provides emergency medical services/evacuation to the hospital should you suffer either severe illness or an injury whilst travelling.

The usual safety guidelines apply – don’t leave your luggage unattended and always keep your valuables close by or locked away. It is advised you check with us or the hotel concierge – they will know if there are any potentially unsafe areas along your travel route.

It is wise to avoid deserted areas, particularly at night. Dress down (i.e. don’t wear excessive jewellery) when exploring Africa’s diverse cities. Concealed travel wallets are recommended.

Please be sensitive when photographing people. Kenyans are renowned for being friendly; however, it is courteous to ask permission before snapping away.

The use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (Drones) is not allowed in any of the conservation areas we manage until such time as their impact on wildlife and anti-poaching initiatives can be assessed. This rule will apply throughout Africa, as our partners in various countries and regions have adopted a similar stance.

Passport & Visa Requirements
As of 02 July 2015, anyone who requires a VISA to enter Kenya must apply for an eVisa via https://evisa.go.ke/evisa.html ( Visa fee USD 50 )

Processing time is 1 week and travellers may be denied boarding of their flight if not in possession of a valid eVisa.

Passports are required by all foreign visitors and must be valid for 6 months after the intended length of stay. Please ensure that you have at least 2 consecutive blank visa pages (not endorsement pages) in your passport. Our recommendation is 3 or even 4 blank pages if you are travelling through more than one country. If there is insufficient space in the passport then entry could be denied.

Summer (September – April)
34˚C/194˚F 20˚C/68˚F

Winter (May-August)
25˚C/77˚F 11˚C/52˚F

Rainfall: April – May (long rains), November – Mid-December (short rains)


Vaccinations and health requirements

There are no compulsory vaccinations required for entry to Kenya unless you are arriving from a country listed by the World Health Organisation (WHO) as having Yellow Fever, in which case a Certificate of Inoculation against Yellow Fever is required from travellers older than one year. Visitors coming from other countries in Africa where Yellow Fever may occur, including Ethiopia, Rwanda and Uganda, require a Yellow Fever certificate to enter.

Some countries, including Australia, Bahrain, China, Dubai, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mauritius, Oman, Rwanda, Seychelles, Singapore, Tanzania, Thailand and Uganda require arriving visitors from Kenya or elsewhere in East Africa to have a Yellow Fever vaccination certificate. So if you are returning to or travelling to one of these countries after a stay in Kenya then you need to have a Yellow Fever certificate.

Current travel requirements for Kenya

No PCR Test is required if you are fully vaccinated for COVID. If not vaccinated then negative PCR is required
Passengers who are not vaccinated need RT PCR 48 hrs. Children under 5yrs are exempted from RT PCR TEST.

Please note that plastic bags are not allowed to be brought into Kenya.