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During these challenging times with COVID 19, it is important for travellers to stay safe and healthy, and minimize the risk of infection. We have implemented a special cleaning and disinfection plan for the perusal of our team and have put special and braining procedures in place to ensure your safety. Please find hereafter our policies to ensure that you have an enjoyable and liberated stay.
During the past year, the whole world experienced challenging times. Many of us had to deal with unknown circumstances and limitations of personal freedom due to lockdowns. Going through this has shown how important social contacts are for us as human beings, and they still comprehend the risk of getting infected. The following regulations are our commitment to keeping our team and you as our guests safe and healthy.
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We can organise your transfer between Mombasa, Mombasa Airport and Msambweni. The approximate transfer cost is 50 USD from Mombasa and 15 USD from Diani Ukunda. Transfer time: Between two and three hours from Mombasa; ten minutes from Diani /Ukunda.
Getting around in Diani is pretty easy as one has several options. You may call a taxi (we are happy to provide contacts) or take one of the plenty of TUK-TUKS. Tuk-Tuks are three-wheel vehicles driving up and down on the Diani Beach Road.
Diani Beach takes pride in offering good health services in several facilities:
- Aga Khan Hospital
- Diani Beach Hospital
- Palm Beach Hospital
- Bahari Clinic
There are several pharmacies in Diani to buy medicines, health products and a good range of items for hygienic care.
Walking on the road or beach is safe though we recommend to take a taxi or Tuk-Tuk when its dark.
Currently, the following documents are required to enter Kenya as a visitor:
2) QR code of health registration
3) Negative COVID 19 test certificate
Please click here to download a guideline that will support you in editing the needed documents. This is subject to change according to the Kenyan regulations set in place.
Irrespective of which area you decide to do a safari, early mornings can be fresh and chilly, therefore we recommend you take a warm jacket.
• A small travel bag (max 12 kg when full)
• Good shoes and a cap or hat
• Adaptor: Three Pin adaptors (British style) are required for Kenyan sockets.
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