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Kenya - Airport Guide

Nairobi Airport is one of the biggest airports in East Africa and is also known as the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, Nairobi (NBO). The airport is served by 49 scheduled airlines, offering direct flight connections to the Middle East, Far East and Europe.The second busiest airport in Kenya is Mombassa International Airport (MBA), which is also known as Moi International. The airport is located in the south-east of the country serving the city of Mombassa and surrounding countries.

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Taxis are readily available from any airport and it is recommended that all tourists establish a fare before embarking on their journey. For peace of mind there are state-controlled Kenatco Taxis and London-style cabs which work on a fixed rate and charge per kilometre.

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Car Hire

To see and experience the best of Kenya, consider hiring a car. Car hire is the best way to experience all aspects of this magical country from the snow capped mountains and pristine beaches to the dry deserts and lush savannahs. Car hire in Kenya is not expensive, especially when you book it through us – Kenya Car Hire.

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Matatus are privately run minibuses which are ideal for 14 or 25 passengers. The minibuses operate over short and medium distance transferring tourists to and from airports and hotels. Government legislation and policing of the Matatu minibuses has lead to all minibuses being fitted with seat beats. All tourists travelling with a Matatu must ensure they wear their seatbelts at all times to avoid a trip to the police station. Many hotels offer their own minibus transfers, so check with your hotel before you travel.