Nature Exploration and cultural immersion is a central feature of ASIC. As such our trips include visits to some of Nairobi’s wildlife reserves, natural attractions, and cultural and historical sites.
Some of the places we will visit include:
- Nairobi Safari National Park
- The Karura Forest Reserve
- Giraffe Center
- Sheldrick Wildlife Trust for Orphaned Elephants
- UN Africa Headquarters
TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS AND DOCUMENTS
Securing a Kenyan visa is relatively very stress-free and our team is ready for our participants to get through the process by providing critical information, documentation and advice to speed up and make the process as easy as possible. For most countries, you can complete an application for an Evisa online in a couple of minutes. You can learn more here.
We will provide the following documents for the VISA application process:
- An invitation letter confirming attendance, camp dates, and the address of the location of the program. This serves as the statement confirming the purpose and duration of your visit to Kenya.
- Participant letter confirming that all expenses in terms of accommodation and meals will be covered by ASIC (based on your program fees).
- Confirmation of Guardianship for minors.
- Copy of Identity Document of ASIC Vice-President who stands as guardian while students attend the program
In addition to these documents, participants also need to have a valid passport. All passports must be valid for at least 6 months after terminating the visit to Kenya
Minors aged 16 and below do not require a Kenyan visa to visit Kenya.
We ask that students arrive on the Start Date of their session. Plan on purchasing a flight that has you arrive at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport on that date. You can find session dates here