Tips When Travelling to Kenya

By on December 8, 2014

4.    Make sure that your luggage can keep up

Your luggage should be sturdy and ready for abuse. The weather conditions and the roughness that it will go through are more than you can imagine.

5.    Bring lots of ballpoint pens

The local kids love pens and if you bring plenty with you, you can make some of the little ones very happy.

6.    Always ask for the actual price when shopping

The listed/offered price is usually not the last price for commodities. Be prepared to negotiate to get good deals.

7.    Don’t put your valuables on display

Dress simply and don’t wear flashy jewelry.

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