Travel insurance is compulsory for every adventurer.
You must provide a copy of your policy to Adventure Out Loud before you join our adventure.
If climbing Mt Meru or Mt Kilimanjaro, ensure your policy covers you for trekking (no climbing equipment) up to 6,000m.
We recommend you visit www.comparetravelinsurance.com.au to find travel insurance.
You must hold a valid passport that expires at least 6 months after you expect to return home and has more than 10 blank pages.
Most tourists can purchase a Tanzanian visa on arrival for US$50 (US$100 for American passport holders). See here for more.
We recommend that you purchase a Kenyan e-visa before you arrive. See here for more.
Most tourists can purchase a Cambodian visa on arrival for US$35. See here for more.
Airfares are not included in the adventure price.
Purchase of airfares is the responsibility of each adventurer.
We are happy to assist with this process and recommend that you consult with us to ensure arrival and departure dates and times are correct before making airline booking.
Nairobi: we recommend you fly into Jomo Kenyatta Airport (code: NBO).
Kilimanjaro: we recommend you fly to Kilimanjaro International Airport (code: JRO).
Cambodia: we recommend you fly via Kuala Lumpur or Singapore as there are no direct flights at this stage.
We recommend that you bring US$1,000 cash for all Tanzanian & Kenyan adventures and US$500 for Cambodian adventures.
This money is expected to be enough to cover spending money, visas, tips and a few minor meals.
Visa or MasterCard is a handy backup but please note not all ATM’s allow you to withdraw cash and often they aren’t full and impose maximum withdraw limits of approximately $200.
It is recommended that you purchase larger currency notes (i.e. US$100 and US$50 bills) when travelling to Tanzania & Kenya. These notes will receive better exchange rates.
USD currency notes MUST be printed after 2006 to be valid for exchange in Tanzania, Kenya and Cambodia.
The main electrical socket in Tanzania and Kenya is Type G (and sometime Type D). Click here for pictures and more info.
The main electrical sockets in Cambodia generally accommodate Australian appliances.
We recommend that you leave all non-essential electronics at home to avoid the risk of having them stolen.