The Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) has announced new park and conservation fees that will come into effect on January 1, 2024. The increased KWS park entry fees will affect both Kenyans and international visitors
New KWS Park Fees
Below is a breakdown of the new proposed KWS park entry fees
Nairobi National Park entry fee for adults will increase from the current Ksh. 500 to Ksh. 2000. Similarly, the fee for children and students will rise from Ksh. 215 to Ksh. 500. International visitors, excluding East African Community (EAC) citizens, will now be required to pay $100 for entry.
Nairobi Safari Walk and Orphanage entry fee per person for locals will be Ksh. 400, while the fee for children and students will be Ksh. 250. Foreign visitors will be charged $40.
Amboseli National Park and Lake Nakuru National Park fee has also been increased. The entry fee for adults into these parks will increase from Ksh. 800 to Ksh. 1000. Similarly, students and children will be charged Ksh. 500, up from Ksh. 215.
The parking fee for vehicles with less than six seats entering the national parks will increase from Ksh. 300 to Ksh. 500.
Those engaging in commercial photography and videography activities within the national parks will now need to pay Ksh. 10,000, an increase from the previous Ksh. 5,000.
The Maasai Mara National Reserve entry fee has not been mentioned in the proposed changes.
You can download a pdf with KWS Park fees for all activities from this page.
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