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Review of park entry fees

Following the Presidential directive of 23rd May 2014 on review of park entry fees, Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) would like to inform our esteemed clients that park entry fees to Lake Nakuru and Amboseli National Parks have been reviewed downward for Citizens and Non-Residents as follows:

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