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09

Jul
2021
We are looking for tour agents or individual who would like to partner. up to 35% commission
Posted By : Jodari Adventures

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We are a tour operator based in Kenya with over 15yrs of experience and a wide spread network of qualified tour guides and consultants. We are dedicated to see you through from visualising your dream safari to ultimately enjoying it and carrying with you some valuable memories. We pride ourselves in offering world class service. We Offer Safaris in Kenya, East Africa, North, Central and South Africa.

Kichwa Tembo tented camp, luxury safari Kenya

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Get up to 35% in commissions on successful referrals.

Earn commissions from all qualifying purchases, The products you advertised, Plus, our competitive conversion rates help you maximize your earnings.

Our Commission Plans
We are looking for tour agents or individual who would like to partner with us in selling African safaris. The commission plans are as follows

  • Tour agents you will get 30%of agree price
  • Individuals who refers friends will get 10% of the agreed price
  • The person who plans a Safari for group of more then 4pax get 35%off his price Lets visit Africa

For more info, send us an email, agent@jodariadventures.com or call us +254 725 451477

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17

Mar
2021
Kenya COVID updates 2021, COVID Test requirement for arriving passengers.
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Passengers must have negative PCR based Covid-19 test carried out within 96 hours prior to departure date, The mandatory Ministry of Health Travellers Health Surveillance online...

Amazing sunset capture in Kenya

COVID TEST REQUIREMENTS FOR ARRIVING PASSENGERS

  1. Passengers must have negative PCR based Covid-19 test carried out within 96 hours prior to departure date.
  2. The mandatory Ministry of Health Travellers Health Surveillance online. Form must be filled and submitted prior to travel. The online form should be accessed from the Ministry of Health website: https://ears.health.go.ke/airline_registration/.
  3. After submitting the travel surveillance form, Passengers are advised to download the QR code. Passengers will be required to display the received QR codes to port health officials on arrival for them to be allowed to proceed to arrival immigration.
  4. Arriving passengers will be required to undergo a 14-day quarantine except if you are coming from the exempted countries.
  5. Locator forms to be completed and left with the operator for the purposes of traceability.
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LIST OF QUARANTINE EXEMPT COUNTRIES

The list of approved States whose travellers are exempt from quarantine can be accessed here exempted countries.

E-VISA APPLICATION PROCESS

The procedure of application has now been modified and simplified to a user friendly mode that takes three simple steps. The E-Visa portal now has its dedicated website: www.evisa.go.ke. Visa approval is being done real-time.

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17

Mar
2021
Updates news 2021, Tanzania maintains minimal COVID-19 restrictions
Posted By : Jodari Adventures

International flights and cross-border traffic are operational. Arriving international travelers are no longer required to undergo a 14-day quarantine period; travelers are also no longer required...

Amazing Elephant sighting near Kilimanjaro Mountain

Warning Transportation Health Entry/Exit Tanzania

International flights and cross-border traffic are operational. Arriving international travelers are no longer required to undergo a 14-day quarantine period; travelers are also no longer required to produce proof of having tested negative for COVID-19 upon entry into Tanzania unless their airline or country of origin requires it as a condition of travel.

Travelers arriving at airports, including Julius Nyerere International Airport (DAR), Mwanza International Airport (MWZ), Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO), and Abeid Amani Karume International Airport (ZNZ), must undergo enhanced screening for COVID-19 upon arrival. Persons testing positive for the disease may be required to self-isolate for up to 14 days.

All international travelers are urged to adhere to hygiene measures, such as hand-washing, wearing facemasks, and complying with social-distancing guidelines.

  • All travelers are required to fill out a traveler's surveillance form available onboard and submit it upon arrival.
  • Although overland international travel is permitted, screenings and hygiene measures are mandatory.
  • COVID-19-related measures could be tightened or eased at short notice. Disruptions to supply chains and shortages of essential goods are possible.
Relaxing Lion Cubs

Advice

Follow all official instructions. Reconfirm all travel arrangements before departure, including possible self-isolation requirements. Maintain contact with your diplomatic representation. Consider delaying travel if showing COVID-19-like symptoms as they may prompt increased scrutiny and delays.

Emphasize basic health precautions, especially frequent handwashing with soap and water, or an alcohol-based hand sanitizer if soap and water are unavailable. Practice good coughing/sneezing etiquette (i.e., covering coughs and sneezes with a disposable tissue, maintaining distance from others, and washing hands). There is no evidence that the influenza vaccine, antibiotics, or antiviral medications will prevent this disease, highlighting the importance of basic health precautions.

Resources: World Health Organization

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20

Nov
2020
Traveling to Tanzania During Covid-19 What’s Happening on the Ground?
Posted By : Jodari Adventures

With borders opening up throughout the world and especially in Africa, we thought we would take you through a step by step itinerary of what you are likely to expect when you arrive into Africa.

All travelers, whether foreigners or returning residents, whose countries or airlines, as a condition for traveling, require a negative COVID-19 PCR test administered within 72 hours before departure, must present a certificate on arrival. Travelers from other countries with symptoms and signs related to COVID-19 infection will undergo enhanced screening and may be tested on arrival.

Passengers are required to complete a Health Surveillance Form while in the plane or any other transport means and submit the form to Port Health authorities upon arrival. Travelers with a fever will be diverted for further examination and must cover their own expenses for quarantine. Everyone must follow social distancing suggestions, including proper hand hygiene and wearing masks.

The Tanzania Ministry of Health has issued a directive that departing travelers whose onward destinations and airline require a COVID-19 Negative Certificate, may undergo testing in Tanzania five (5) days before departure, at traveler’s own expense. This is not mandatory, but the testing facility is available for those returning home or traveling to other destinations where a negative COVID-19 certificate is a requirement after touring in Tanzania.

These measures include:

  • Guests must wear their masks throughout the airport grounds
  • Guests must adhere to socials distancing measures of 1 meter
  • There are hand sanitizer dispensers throughout the airports for guests to use
  • Guests will be asked to fill in a form regarding their recent travel history
  • Guests will have their temperature taken at immigration
  • Travelers arriving to Tanzania must have a certificate that they are COVID-19 free. This certificate must be issued no more than 72 hours before they DEPART their home.
  • Once guests exit the arrivals terminal they will be met by their safari representative
  • Luggage will be disinfected before being put into the transfer or safari vehicle

What happens if you have a fever / temperature on arrival?

According to Tanzania’s Ministry of Health Protocol they will be taken to a holding facility within the Point of Entry for additional screening to ascertain if they have Covid-19 or any other disease. If Covid-19 is suspected, the Rapid Response Team will be called to collect a sample.

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11

Nov
2020
Coronavirus COVID-19 travel restrictions in Kenya Updated, 2020
Posted By : Jodari Adventures

The situation around the world is changing dramatically. Various governments have changed their travel warnings to restrict travel during this time. Tourism to Kenya resumed on 1 August, 2020.

Requirements for travel to Kenya

  • Passengers must have a medical certificate with a negative COVID-19 PCR test result, issued no more than 96 hours before departure
  • Fill out a “Travelers Health Surveillance Form” online for contact tracing
  • There will be health screenings on arrival
  • Depending on the country of origin, some travelers may be required to quarantine. A list of exemptions can be found here
  • Anyone who shows symptoms of COVID-19 on arrival will be required to quarantine in their accommodation for the first 14 days. Passengers seated on two rows surrounding anyone on a flight displaying symptoms will be traced and required to quarantine for 14 days.

Restrictions in Kenya

There are a number of COVID-19 safety measures in place throughout Kenya:

  • Until 3 January 2021, the nationwide curfew is in place from 10pm to 4am
  • Face masks must be worn in public places
  • Social distancing rules apply when using private vehicles – anyone driving a car must fill only 50% of the vehicle’s seat capacity.