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Following the recent elections in Kenya various media sources have been issuing some misleading information regarding travel advisories.
The Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) travel advisories operate on a traffic light system with three levels of advice.
Green – Good to Go
Amber – Advise caution, all but essential travel
Red – Do not travel
Kenya is on green, “good to go” and the overall level has not changed for some time. Several sources on the ground in Kenya advise that all tourist areas are safe to travel to.
Atta will always inform it’s members should the level of advice change.