Step 7 is take off.

This is such an exciting day. But just remember, Satan does not want us to do what we are doing. You may feel extra resistance on this day. Pray a lot. Here are a few tips for your travels.

If you are with a group, your Safari Guide will be in contact with us about arrival and logistics. If you are traveling alone or part of a church that is not participating in our Safari Guide program, we will be in contact with you the day before you travel.

Arrive to the airport 3-4 hours ahead of time. International travel can be trickier than domestic travel. Give yourself plenty of time. You will have a lot of time on the planes. There will be a screen in front of you loaded with movies and shows and games. It is not bad to relax, but we recommend you take part of these eight hour flights to spend extra time in the Word and in prayer. Also, drink a lot of water, sleep, and try to get up and walk for 5-10 minutes once an hour.

When you arrive, go to the customs desk. If you do not know where that is, follow the herd of people or ask an employee of the airport. Once at customs check point, you will need to stand in the eVisa line if you have already secured your visa. Have your eVisa and passport ready. If you are getting your visa at the airport, you will need to located the document desk where you will fill an entry application. Once that is filled, get in line. Have your passport and $50 in cash ready in exact change.

You will then progress to baggage claim. If anyone outside of your group offers to help you with your bag, decline. You will go through one more security check point before you exit outside. Our Gospel Safari Welcome Team will be there to greet you. Look for the large Gospel Safari poster. Our team will take you the rest of the way.

Welcome to Kenya!

In Christ,

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