Your way to the national parks
Your way to the national parks from Diani Beach takes you back to Mombasa by ferry. We leave early in the morning to get as much time as possible in the first park. Under certain circumstances it is possible to have to wait a little longer at this ferry. This is not calculable. The travel times given by us may therefore vary.The Kenyan road network comprises approx. 62,600 km, of which only approx. 15,000 km are asphalted. In spite of its poor condition, the road network is passable all year round. In the main rainy season from April to May, however, the non-asphalted roads are partly only passable with four-wheel-drive (4WD) vehicles. In Kenya the old English tradition is to drive on the left side of the road. It is overtaken on the right. When turning with the vehicle, the right before left applies. There is a speed limit of 50 km/h in built-up areas, 30 to 40 km/h in national parks and game reserves and 100 km/h on interurban roads (65 km/h with trailer, 80 km/h with motorhome). Seat belts must be fastened. Driving with low beam is also mandatory during the day.