Main emergency helpline 999
Hospital quality and standards can vary significantly. Public hospitals may offer good care, but understaffing and long wait times are common. Private hospitals provide world-class care and are the best option if you're looking for English-speaking doctors, but can be costly without insurance.
Travel insurance isn't mandatory, but recommended. Choose a plan that offers coverage for Covid-19 and unexpected quarantine. As mentioned, treatment in private hospitals can be expensive if you don't have insurance coverage.
*this information is taken from the official CDC website There are no vaccinations required for entry to Kenya but check with your doctor if they recommend taking additional ones against:
Hepatitis A & B
Yellow fever vaccination certificate is required for travelers 1 year or older from at-risk countries.
No. The locals avoid drinking tap water in Kenya because it's not clean enough.