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Does anyone know if there is a transit area at Nairobi JKIA at present, since the fire, for passengers who arrive on an international flight and connect to another international flight?

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Ali A. Selzer
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10 September 2013

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Africa House Safaris
If the connection time is less than 6 hours the passengers can wait in the designated tents near Unit 3.

On: 12 September 2013

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The Government of Kenya through its airports management agency, Kenya Airport Authority, has put in place temporary measures to enable normal operations to take place. These include temporary arrival transit facilities, and passenger holding areas. Domestic flights are now being handled from a temporary terminal in the cargo area. Inter-terminal transport services have also been enhanced through provision of adequate buses as transfer between domestic and international arrival and departure areas takes place through the landside. At the moment, Kenya Airways’ international departures are being processed out of Unit 3 (formerly domestic) with a few KQ flights including partner/customer airlines processing their departures out of Unit 2 . Effective Thursday 22nd August, 2013, Kenya Airways ‘s and other airlines will operate international flights out of Unit 2 while all other international carriers will operate from unit 3. Kenya Airways

On: 12 September 2013

Have some clients looking at doing some volunteering whilst they are here in Cape Town, does anyone offer this kind of service?

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Louise
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19 August 2013

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This link might help - http://www.capetown.travel/content/page/voluntourism

On: 20 August 2013

I am in Nairobi until the 16th of Aug. I am looking for an outfit that can provide a day trip of the Maasai Mara or any other Park/Reserve that you would recommended for a single day Safari, for 2

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Jason
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13 August 2013

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Dear Sir I would recommend a day trip to Lake Nakuru National Park as Masai Mara would be too far and we would have to use charter flight to and schedule flight back. For Trip to Lake Nakuru, we would collect you from your hotel at 0630 hours, Nakuru is two hours drive and drive you round the park. Lunch would then be offered at on of the lodges in the Park followed by an another game drive and return to your hotel. This will cost US$ 250 per person. The cost includes: Transport in a safari minibus Park entrance fees Lunch at a lodge in Nakuru Extensive game drives Kind regards Mary Ngure Tours Manager Hemingways Expeditions

On: 14 August 2013

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Hi Jason, We operate www.nairobidaytrips.co.ke which has a huge range of day trips & overnight trips to choose from around Kenya. I agree, Masai Mara is too far for a single day trip however there are other wonderful options such as Nakuru National Park and Ol Pejeta Conservancy. We can also assist you if you're wanting to visit some of the Nairobi area's attractions such as Sheldrick's Elephant Orphanage, Giraffe Centre, Karen Blixen Museum or the Nairobi National Park. Please email info@nairobidaytrips.co.ke for a full range of tours for you. Best regards, Sara.

On: 14 August 2013

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Maasai Mara is too far for a day trip. If you are in Nairobi, spending an early morning or a late afternoon in the Nairobi National Park is a great option. There is plenty of game who are out and about as this is perfect weather for them too! There are a couple of picnic sites in the park and also one tented camp - the Nairobi Tented Camp - if you want to get out of your vehicle and enjoy the surroundings (without any baboons bothering you!) I hope this helps!

On: 15 August 2013

Does anyone have any suggestions for trip cancellation insurance (due to illness of traveler or possible insolvency of a travel service provider) for a safari booked in August 2014?

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Suzanne
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29 July 2013

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Hi Suzanne, We are ATTA's official insurance advisers. There are a number of factors that would determine the answer to this question eg the origin of the guests, the structure of their current travel insurance, your cancellation policy etc. Please feel free to contact me directly so that we can ask more pertinent questions and provide clear advice. Kind regards, Andre du Toit SATIB Director adutoit@satib.co.za +27 31 824461697

On: 31 July 2013

I am 24 and my husband is 31 we intend to go to Manciland area in Zimbabwe this December, 2013. Can anyone assist?

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thembani vito
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01 July 2013

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Hi There We live in Zimbabwe and can certainly help you. A few questions. Where in Manicaland would you like to travel to? Are you visiting for holiday purposes? Do you need accommodation assistance? Looking forward to hearing from you. Kind regards Luke

On: 02 July 2013

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Dear Thembani, KOBO Safaris will and can be of great help to you.We are a leading destination management company in Africa,we operate in East Africa,South and Southern Africa as well as the Indian Ocean Islands. For your travel to Manciland area,Zimbambwe we will be glad to be of assistance to you with your accommodation,transfers and excursions. Kindly contact us info.southafrica@kobo-safaris.com or marketing@kobo-safaris.com Looking forward to your email.

On: 02 July 2013

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