Photo: Traveling between Third World countries on the African Continent can be a problem. Here, leaving the airport in Uganda, we have to take a small, four seater charter plane to get to Kenya. The wheelchair took up most of the space; we were also able to get one other of our bags aboard. They brought the rest of the luggage on the next charter to Kenya, a day or so later.
Click the following link to read about the adventures of Nancy and Nate while traveling with disabilities in Kenya.
The Kenya Association of Tour Operators (KATO) is Kenya's leading tourism trade association, representing the interests of some 200 experienced professional tour operators.
This is a commercial site that offers a wide range of tour possibilities. It is included here only to provide a starting point for you to plan. Inclusion is not to be taken as an endorsement. There are lots of good agencies providing tours throughout Africa.
Have you checked the most important parts of our website? We urge you to go to the Chapter on Essential Plans. Then, whether they apply to you or not, read the Chapters Airlines, Cruises, Hotels, Taxis, Tours. Finally, be sure you read the Chapter Items to Take. The information in these chapters will make all the difference in the success of your trip.
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