As the Country is trying to establish after a 100 days of Cessation of movement, and business closure, Most Accommodation facilities in Kenya are trying their best to catch up with the reopening to resume business as soon as they are approved.
The Ministry of Health has categorically Stated that all properties should undergo thorough inspections to ensure each establishment has done the due diligence to assure their reopening.
Restaurants, Hotels, Camps, and Lodges are being issued with new Approved Certificates that indicates or assures consumers that the property was inspected, and their protocols on operations is in line with their guidelines and WHO Protocols.
You have been wondering, which of the Mara Camos have opened to assure resumption of safari accommodation and allow you to experience the Wildebeest Migration Crossings in Masai Mara.
Below are properties that Have Complied with the Ministry of Health Guidelines and have been issued with Approved Compliant Certificates.
Please note this will be updated regularly to include all camps that are compliant
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