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Travel Information​

In 2021, it was a mandatory requirement for you to have negative PCR results to be admitted into another country, however with the rolling out of the Covid19 vaccination some countries are okay with you entering the country without the PCR results if you are fully vaccinated.

However this is also dependant on other factors like not showing any signs of sickness among other things.

In East Africa you can be granted entry to 4 of the East African Countries without PCR results if you are fully vaccinated. In Uganda though, you need the PCR results whether you’re vaccinated or not.

We don’t know. The Covid19 virus is not a thing that anyone can control, so they are no guarantees of not catching the virus. However we strongly advise that you observe all recommended SOPs while on your Burundi Safari.

Observing the SOPs increases your chances of not catching the virus.

Yes! Though Covid19 cases have really gone down and more people are getting vaccinated, the virus is still with us. So it’s for your own good and the good of the others in the community that you observe the Covid19 SOPs as much as possible so that you stay safe and keep others safe as you travel and enjoy your safari.

Yes! In East Africa all the safari places are open to the public. You are able to access all these places every day, all year round.

Quite a number! All the East African countries offer their visitors a variety of safari activities that include but not limited to game viewing, bird watching , primate trekking, water adventures, mountain hiking, animal rides, zip lining, boat rides, hot air balloon experiences, cave adventures, nature walks, community tours and many more. What you can do comes down to your preference and the particular country you are visiting.

East African Safari places are open all year round so you can have a safari at any of the places any month of the year. Literally each month gives you a unique safari experience so the best month to visit really comes down to what experience you want to have. 

The dry months have many outdoor experiences and more people well as the wet months have more indoor activities and lesser people. However this question is best answered by a tour operator after they get to know your desires for your safari.

If you have had covid19 before and recovered, have tested negative for Covid19 and had vaccination (not a must) you are eligible to go for a gorilla trekking experience. . Especially if you are currently in good health and fit enough to take on the trek.

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