Do you want to visit Kenya? - 10 Travel tips you must know

Hi, I'm Sinja

A solo female traveler, travel consultant and personal tour leader dedicated to helping women to realize their life-time dream of exploring African Culture and to empower women through traveling!
Is Kenya Safe to Travel for solo traveler

Do you want to visit Kenya?

You are planning to visit Kenya? This place is ideal for you if you want to going to go on safari, volunteer, or explore fascinating African cultures and traditions.

Visit Kenya with me and get changed by travel. 

After visiting Kenya the first time in 2014, I fell in love with the country to that extend, that I decided to change my life completely, quit my job in Germany and moved to Kenya.  

When you plan to visit Kenya, there are a few facts you need to know in advance. I recorded a video for you ten travel tips you need to know when you visit Kenya.

Visit Kenya - 10 Travel Tips

  1. National Languages: English & Swahili
  2. Money: Kenyan Shillings vs. USD
  3. Internet: How to get access to Internet anywhere
  4. Payment: How to pay safely without using cash or credit cards
  5. Vaccinations: Recommendations
  6. Visa: Online Application vs. Visa On Arrival
  7. Safety travel tips
  8. Best way to move around
  9. Self-drive Safari vs. Tour Operator
  10. Insider travel tips

In the video below, I am sharing insights about the languages used in Kenya, which currency and credit cards are good to use. Why a self-drive safari is not recommended at all, how you can quickly get access to the Internet anywhere in Kenya, how you should move around Nairobi, and more safety travel tips for you. 

Take a moment and think about the next step you can take to get one step closer while planning your safari in Kenya and share your comment with us in the comment section below.

Every comment can help another safari lover in our beautiful women travel community to plan her trip of a lifetime.

In case you have any questions about how to plan your safari, how to travel local, and experience real Africa or how you can go as a solo female traveler in Kenya, I am here to advise you.

Feel free to reach out to me anytime.

With all my love,


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