AMBOSELI NATIONAL PARK ENTRANCE FEE (1st January, 2022 to 30th June, 2022)
Amboseli National Park Entrance Fee : Amboseli national park is an iconic paradise in Kenya crowned by Mountain Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest peak, Amboseli national park is one of the most popular national parks in Kenya famously known for the large herds of elephants with impressive tusks. The park’s beautiful name “Amboseli” comes from a Maasai word meaning “salty dust”.
Amboseli national park the park is located in Kajiado South Conservancy and spreads across the Kenya-Tanzania border.
Kenya Wildlife Services has introduced new Amboseli national park entrance park fees, these fees start operating from 1st January 2022 and end 30th June 2020.
Park Entry Fee
|Citizen||860 Kshs||215 Kshs|
|Resident||860 Kshs||215 Kshs|
|Non-Resident||60 US$||35 US$|
Note: Park Entry Fees ticket is valid for only 12 hours for tourists staying inside the park and 24 hours for those staying outside the park.
|Special camp||Citizen||500 Kshs||250 Kshs|
|Resident||500 Kshs||250 Kshs|
|Non-Resident||50 US$||25 US$|
|Citizen||250 Kshs||200 Kshs|
|Resident||250 Kshs||200 Kshs|
|Non-Resident||30 US$||25 US$|
|Reservation Fees (Non-refundable) 7,500 Kshs|
|Cancellation fees 7,500 Kshs|
Vehicle and aircraft fees
Vehicle Fees per day
|Carrying capacity||Fees (Kshs)|
|Less than6 seats||300|
|6 to 12 seats||1,030|
|13 to 24 seats||2,585|
|25 to 44 seats||4,050|
|45 seats and above||5,000|
Trucks and delivery vehicles
|1 to 3 tonnes||515|
|4 to 7 tonnes||2,155|
|Above 7 tonnes||3,015|
Vehicles stationed in the park (per year)
|Type and Weight||Fees (Kshs)|
|PSVs< 6 seats & commercial Vehicles <2 tonnes||10,000|
|PSVs> 6 to 12 seats & commercial Vehicles 2 to 5 tonnes||10,000|
|PSVs> 6 to 13 seats & commercial tour Vehicles (not stationed in the park)||60,000|
|PSVs> 13 seats & commercial Vehicles 5 tonnes||100,000|
Aircraft fees (single landing fees)
|Carrying capacity||Fees (Kshs)|
|Less than 3 seats||300|
|4 to 6 seats||500|
|7 to 14 seats||1,000|
|15 to 20 seats||2,155|
|12 seats and above||3,015|
|Adult annual pass||43,100|
|Child annual pass||10,340|
|Corporate annual pass||103,440|
|Personalized tour driver annual pass||4,000|
|Event security per section of rangers||75,000|
|Vehicle recovery inside the park||7,500|
|Special activities||Fees (Kshs)|
|Night game drive (per person per trip)||2,155|
|Security/guided tours(per guide up to 4 hours)||
|Security/guided tours (per guide over 4 hours)||3,015
|Horse riding (excluding rider) – KWS horses||2,585|
|Private horses (per day)||1,030|
|Walking safaris (per person per day)||1,500|
|Cycling (per day)
Categories/status of tourists
Tsavo West national park fees are charged basing on the status or categories of visitors or tours on a Kenya safari to the park.
Students are visitors on a Kenya safari from a recognized education institution that is primary, secondary, government or private college or university. These kind of visitors should be aged 23 years and below and they are to be visiting Tsavo West national park on a conservation purpose trip documented and organized the education institution.
To be eligible for student fees, the institution is required to inform Kenya Wildlife Services in a minimum of 2 weeks so as to issue a written authorization for student rates.
Note: students on a privately arranged safari to Tsavo West national park.
Children are visitors from the age of 3 years but below the age of 18 years.
Citizens are visitors who are Kenya Citizens with valid Kenya National ID or passports, this category also includes citizens from East African Community member countries that are Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi and South Sudan with passports or National IDs.
Residents are foreigners (not Kenya citizens or citizens of East Africa Community member countries) who are residing in Kenya and are in possession of valid residence documentation or work permits issued by the Kenyan Government.
Residents are individuals of other nationalities residing in Kenya and are in possession of valid documentation from the Kenyan government.
Non-Residents are foreigners or international tourists who do not work or live in Kenya.
Mode of payment
Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic cashless mode payments is encouraged, methods of payments include Mpesa, Visa Cards, MasterCard and direct deposits to KWS Bank accounts.