PREPARE YOUR GUESTS FOR THEIR STAY
AT EMBOO RIVER

Let's get your guests ready to explore the Maasai Mara and share magical adventures in nature.

You are welcome to refer guests to the following pages or to download the PDFs and add them to your correspondence.

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ONLINE REGISTRATION

Emboo River requests all guests to complete an online registration form prior to arrival. 


The online registration form allows guests to plan for their stay at Emboo River. It provides guests with extra info on their stay and allows the Emboo River team to prepare for dietary restrictions, special requests and COVID-19 regulations. 

How does it work?
1. Click on the button below to open the registration form

2. Share the URL from the registration form's home page with your guests

3. Every adult submits one online registration form. Children can be added to the registration form of a guardian.

Legally binding: Kindly note that the online registration form is a legally binding waiver. It cannot be completed on someone else's behalf, unless for people who are under your guardianship. 

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TRAVEL PLASTIC FREE

On World Environment Day, on 5 June 2020, Kenya banned single-use plastic in protected natural areas such as beaches, forests and reserves... including the Maasai Mara National Reserve where Emboo River is located.

This follows Kenya’s ground-breaking step of a nationwide ban on single-use plastic bags in 2017.

Do you need tips on how to travel plastic free? Click on the below button and read more.

HOW TO TRAVEL TO KENYA DURING COVID-19 SITUATION

The Emboo River team has implemented many measures in light of COVID-19, so you can travel without worries (or "hakuna matata" in Kiswahili). These measures are part of the C.L.E.A.N. Label. If you want to read more about our health and hygiene measures, click here.

Across Kenya, the government,  businesses and private people have stepped up measures to counter the spread of the COVID-19 virus. This also includes other tourism partners such as hotels, restaurants and airlines.

To travel to Kenya during this time, you are asked to take a few simple steps:

  1. Show the negative results from a COVID-19 PCR test. The PCR test should be taken maximum 96 hours prior to arrival in Kenya. The test results can be shown at the airport on a printed  paper or on your phone and should be in English.

  2. Submit this online form which helps with contact tracing: click here. Upon completion of the form, you receive a QR code which you can show at the airport either on a printed paper or on your phone.

  3. Check with your airline if they have measures in place. For example, some airlines will ask you to bring facemasks and handsanitizer so you can travel comfortably.

You do not need to quarantine upon arrival in Kenya.

If you need to take a COVID-19 test prior to your return travel, we are happy to help you with this. In Kenya, test results can be available the same or the next day following the COVID-19 test.


If you have any questions, we are here for you. Feel free to contact us: click here.