Have booked a two week holiday in Kenya with a Safari to the Tsavo National Parks - have been told that we need a number of injections -
Polio - Tetanus
and Malaria Tablets
There is a problem about the Yellow Fever injection because of our ages - both over 65.
Is it mandatory to have the Yellow Fever injections to go on Safari in Kenya? and if unable to have injection would a letter of exemption be sufficient.
Also a little concerned about recent reports on website about crime etc at coastal resorts.
Anyone been there recently and have any information about safety and the injection programme necessary.
We will be staying at the Diani Beach Resort.