Booking procedure

A booking will be made by email or by fax. Once a booking request is received from a client, Africa Unadorned shall make the booking, amendments or cancellation and advise the client according. Upon confirmation of a booking, 20% non-refundable deposit will be made by the client to safeguard the booking. The balance should be paid 30 days prior to arrival.

Failure to pay a deposit may result to the suppliers releasing any provisional bookings made by Africa Unadorned and the company shall not be held liable.
Payment can be made directly by wire transfer into Africa Unadorned’s Bank account, whose details are as follows:-

Africa Unadorned
Barclays Bank of Kenya
Moi Avenue Branch
A/C # 022 7023139

Payment can also be done through PayPal.

Cancellation Policy

The following penalties will apply for cancelled bookings:-

Between 90 and 60 days prior to arrival 20% cancellation fee will apply
Between 59 and 30 days prior to arrival 50% cancellation fee will apply
From 29 days onwards to arrival 100% cancellation fee will apply

The rates are based in USD (United States Dollar). Cancellation fees are based on the total value of the booking made. Refunds Whilst Africa Unadorned will endeavor to ensure that all anticipated accommodation is available as planned, there shall no claims against the company should any accommodation or excursion becomes unavailable and a suitable alternative is found.

Passport & Visa information

Each person must be in possession of a signed passport, valid for at least the next six months.The passport must have at least two blank pages. You may get a visa on arrival at the airport or alternatively you may get one from the Kenyan Embassy back home.

Please be advised that regulations at most international points of arrival do not permit Passengers to be met inside secured passenger areas (such as the Customs area) and as such someone will be waiting for you on a designated point at the airport’s arrival area.


We recommended that all international travelers ensure that their tetanus, Typhoid, Hepatitis A and B, and polio vaccines are up-to-date. Anti-malarial prophylactics should be taken.It is also suggested that you assemble a traveler’s medical kit appropriate to the length of trip, and general health. Your physician can advise you on specific items to include (such as remedies for minor stomach ailments or motion sickness).

You should include an adequate supply of any prescribed medications you may require while traveling. Prescription medicines should always be carried in your hand luggage (not in checked baggage) in their original, labeled containers only. It is suggested that you include insect repellent and an antihistamine cream.

Medical insurance

is recommended in case of any eventuality.


The unit of currency in Kenya is the Kenyan Shilling though US Dollars are widely accepted in most tourist areas. There is no restriction into the amount of foreign currency that you may carry into the country.


It is warm for the better part of the year hence light clothing is ideal but something warm is recommended for the evening as it can get chilly.


Kenya has pleasant weather almost through the year with an exception of April and May when it rains, this being the traditional long-rain period. Mid June to July is winter, with temperatures averaging about 19 degrees Celsius. The rest of the year is generally pleasant and warm, January being the hottest month of the year.


It is recommended that visitors leave their valuables in the hotel safe for safe keeping.The hotel reception should be able to get you a cab known to them in case you wish to venture out of the hotel. Avoid back streets and night time walking.

It is an offence to photograph the head of state or his motorcade, military installations, state buildings, etc. It is recommended that you seek permission prior to taking anyone’s picture.


Soft duffel bags while on safari is recommended. Most hotels will store extra luggage for you.Light aircrafts widely used for safari have a weight limitation of 15 Kg per person in Kenya. This could vary in some aircrafts in Tanzania.