Kiboko Tours team has taken measures in handling guests during Corona-virus Pandemic. “Your Health is our priority“
- FACE MASK WEARING
All Guests on Safari are required to wear a mask. We provide Masks that are approved by the government of Kenya. Ensure your Mask is on all times while on safari.
- SOCIAL DISTANCING
We strictly follow the social distancing guidelines. We ensure each guests on safari is 1.5 meters apart. All accommodation we partner with, are all observing the same guidelines.
- WASH HANDS REGULARLY
It’s recommended to wash your hand frequently with any detergent or soap. This helps in keeping your hands and your health safe especially if you have interacted with people, e.g. Dining Area
- SANITIZING YOUR HANDS
Sensitization will happen before boarding our vehicles, or any hotel or camp. It is therefore recommended to sanitize your hands when in public places and interacting with people. e.g. Dining Area
- FUMIGATION OF OUR VEHICLES
Our Vehicles will be fumigated before and after safari. Door handles will be sanitized, seats will be fumigated
- TEMPERATURE CHECKS
Everyone is subjected to Mandatory Temperature tests before, while and after Safari.
- GUIDE HEALTH STANDARDS
All our Safari guides are trained on how to follow the Covid 19 guidelines and how to handle a case once it’s confirmed. Our guides are equipped with personal sanitizers, gloves, face-masks and require social distance while seated in the car.
- DINING GUIDELINES
Most of the safari properties we work with, have set their guidelines that should be followed.
- SEATING IN OUR VEHICLES
Our safari vehicles will carry a maximum of 6 people on a private safari. There will be no group joining safaris. In cases of more than 6 people, an extra vehicle will be availed at a cost.
10 .NO STOP OVERS
While on Safari, Kiboko Tours will ensure you have hot lunch, cold drinks and WIFI connections where applicable. Stop overs will only apply when visiting the washrooms. We have designated places where there is minimal human interaction.