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==Fees/Permits==
 
==Fees/Permits==
The entry fee is $90 for adult, nonresident foreigners, 1200 ksh for nonresident children and $55 for non-resident students. If possible, pay in US$. If the fee is paid in Kenyan Shillings (KSH), the fee is converted to US$ at a highly unfavorable rate.
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The entry fee is $80 for adult, nonresident foreigners, $40 for nonresident children and students. If possible, pay in US$. If the fee is paid in Kenyan Shillings (KSH), the fee is converted to US$ at a highly unfavorable rate.
For Kenyan nationals the fee is KSH 1,200 for adults, KSH 600 for children; for foreign adult residents of Kenya the fee is KSH 1,200 and one-half KSH 300 for children ages 3 through 17.  
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For Kenyan nationals the fee is KSH 1,000 for adults, KSH 200 for children; for foreign adult residents of Kenya the fee is KSH 1,000 and one-half that amount for resident children ages 3 through 17.  
 
If you’re using a currency other than the US$, see here for an up-to-date exchange rate calculator: http://www.kws.org/tourism/exchange.html  
 
If you’re using a currency other than the US$, see here for an up-to-date exchange rate calculator: http://www.kws.org/tourism/exchange.html  
  
 
A really cool new thing that KWS has started is called SafariCard. You can buy a permanent one ahead of time and load it up with money to use at several of Kenya’s parks, or you can buy a temporary one at the gate, surrendered at the gate when you leave. See the details here: http://www.kws.org/about/safaricard.html  
 
A really cool new thing that KWS has started is called SafariCard. You can buy a permanent one ahead of time and load it up with money to use at several of Kenya’s parks, or you can buy a temporary one at the gate, surrendered at the gate when you leave. See the details here: http://www.kws.org/about/safaricard.html  
  
An additional vehicle fee is required, the amount of which is determined by the number of seats in your vehicle. For detailed list of vehicle and aircraft fees, see http://tinyurl.com/LNNPfees
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An additional vehicle fee is required, the amount of which is determined by the number of seats in your vehicle. For detailed list of vehicle and aircraft fees, see http://tinyurl.com/LNNPfees  
  
 
==Get around==
 
==Get around==

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