For the duration of the trip the traveler must be in the possession of the travel documents necessary for the trip such as passport; drivers license; visa; vaccination passport.
If a traveler will be driving a vehicle during the trip the traveler must be in the possession of the correct driver’s license for this vehicle category. In Kenya an international driving license is required.
Driving in Kenya requires a valid driver’s license, either from your home country or an international driving permit. There is no specific requirement for the amount of driving experience or distance driven, but it’s always recommendable to have some experience and knowledge of driving in different terrains and road conditions, especially if you’re planning to explore the country off the beaten track. It’s important to comply with the local traffic laws and regulations, and to always drive safely.
Participation at Own Risk
Participation in off-road driving is completely at the traveler’s own risk. Because the traveler is responsible for (the consequences of) their own driving, the traveler should not take any roads or obstacles that the traveler does not feel comfortable or safe with.
Weather Conditions and Natural Forces
As all over the world, the weather can be unpredictable. In the areas the iDrive 4×4 is operating, the weather plays an important factor in the experience. The weather may force you to drive an alternative path, adapt the program, or in the event of a bad weather forecast, end the trip early. In the last case, the travelers will be consulted. Natural forces, such as, but not limited to: floods; earthquakes and Volcanic eruptions, may strongly influence the trip.