Question: What should I avoid in Kenya?

What are some dangers in Kenya?

Violent crime, such as armed carjacking, mugging, home invasion, and kidnapping, can occur at any time. Local police are willing but often lack the capability to respond effectively to serious criminal incidents and terrorist attacks. Emergency medical and fire service is also limited.

Can you smoke in Kenya?

Smoking in all public places (except in designated areas) is prohibited throughout Kenya. This applies to areas such as hotel grounds, lounge areas and entrances. Offences attract fines ranging from 50,000 to three million Kenya shillings and/or imprisonment for six months to three years.

How can we stay safe in Kenya?

Crime in Kenya Exercise common sense and take precautions where possible to avoid crime as you would anywhere you travel: keep valuables out of sight, only carry the amount of cash youll need for one day, dont walk alone at night.

Where can you smoke in Kenya?

Smoking in all public places (except in designated areas) is prohibited throughout Kenya. This applies to areas such as hotel grounds, lounge areas and entrances. If you wish to smoke in your hotel room please confirm first with hotel management that it is permitted.

How much is a packet of cigarettes in Kenya?

This average is based on 9 price points.

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