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Important Travel Information for AISA 2011


Kenya Entry/Exit Requirements

A visa is required for citizens of most countries. Generally, visas should be obtained in advance. Although visas are available at the airport in Nairobi, travelers who opt to obtain an airport visa should expect delays upon arrival. There is a fee for the visa, whether obtained in advance or at the airport. At the airport this payable in Euro, US$ or Pounds Sterling ONLY. The cost is subject to change so please check for up-to-date official information from the Embassy or Consulate closest to you and carry sufficient cash to pay for this.

Evidence of yellow fever immunization may be requested particularly if you are travelling from an area where the disease is endemic.  We highly recommend you have a yellow fever vaccination prior to your arrival in Kenya. Travelers to Kenya and neighboring African countries should ensure that the validity of their passports is at least six months beyond the end of their intended stay, and that their passport contains sufficient blank pages for visas and immigration stamps. (Info adapted from State Department Website:

Please visit this Government of Kenya Tourism website for further details of Visa Requirements.

If you require a letter of invitation to obtain a visa please contact us at

Note: AISA cannot be responsible for delegates who do not comply with Kenyan Visa Regulations. Please make sure you investigate how these apply to you well in advance. 


Cheaper Travel Options EXCLUSIVELY for AISA Conference Delegates flying to Nairobi

This year, AISA is working with one of our partners and associate members (Charleston Travel Ltd) to negotiate substantial reductions in airfares for AISA delegates. Please check back soon for more information.

Charleston Travel, in liaison with AISA Secretariat in Nairobi, will have a Meet, Greet & Assist support team at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport that will coordinate airport-to-hotel transfers (at a reasonable charge) for all incoming AISA delegates.

AISA Conference Delegates wishing to make use of this exceptional offer can also contact Charleston Travel Ltd directly at the address below for further information on reservations/ ticketing and payment modalities.

Arnold Plaza, 4th Floor, Westlands, P. O. Box 1136100100, Nairobi.
Tel: 4266000 / 0722201905. Fax: 4266100.
Website: ,
Attn: Ms. Pauline Abed

Click here to complete an inquiry form for flight bookings.

STA Travel Cards

Charleston Travel is also the Kenya agent for STA Travel and will be offering Exclusive Discount Cards which will give AISA members access to over 33,000 business and retail outlets worldwide including in most African countries.

There are three different discount cards on offer, namely;

  1. International Student Identity Card (ISIC), for full time students.
  2. International Youth Travel Cards (IYTC), for young adults, and
  3. International Teacher Identity Card (ITIC), for full time teachers.

Charleston Travel and AISA will provide these cards to those who make their flight reservations with Charleston Travel


AISA 2011 Sponsors


US Department of State

International School of Kenya

GBG TieCare




Buffalo State University


TD Bank

Follet International

K12 International Academy

International Schools Services


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