Kenya Travel Information

Kenya Travel Information

‘Can I travel to Kenya?’ is a question asked by many travelers, especially first-timers wanting travel advice for this wildlife-rich East African country that is home to the Great Wildebeest Migration over the plains of the Masai Mara. Although Kenya has...
Malawi Travel Information

Malawi Travel Information

The local currency in Malawi is the Kwacha although US Dollars are widely accepted throughout the country. Credit card acceptance is improving but don’t rely on it in Malawi’s more remote or little-visited destinations. Generally speaking Malawi is a very...
Zimbabwe Travel Information

Zimbabwe Travel Information

Following the collapse of the Zimbabwe Dollar, Zimbabwe currently uses the US Dollar as its currency. Cash is king in Zimbabwe: make sure you can cover your costs during your visit as withdrawing cash from an ATM or bank is not something you can rely on. Travelers’...
Zambia Travel Information

Zambia Travel Information

As one of the friendliest countries in Africa this Zambia travel information will ensure your safari in Africa is memorable. CURRENCY AND MONEY Zambia’s unit of currency is the Zambian Kwacha although US Dollars are widely accepted at lodges and hotels throughout the...
Uganda Travel Information

Uganda Travel Information

Uganda’s unit of currency is the Uganda Shilling and you’d be advised to get some on arrival as it is far easier to buy drinks, curios and meals in the local currency when travelling between destinations. US Dollars are widely accepted throughout the...
Tanzania Travel Information

Tanzania Travel Information

Citizens of the UK, the US, Canada, Australia, and most countries in the EU, need a tourist visa to enter Tanzania. Application details and forms can be found on Tanzanian Embassy web sites. US citizens can apply here. Tanzanian embassies issue...