Transport

Heads of Government and Heads of State will receive all protocols and courtesies extended to this category of delegates. Heads of Delegation/Minister will be allocated a chauffeur-driven vehicle and a security/liaison officer’s vehicle. In some cases, a lead car will be allocated to clear the traffic.

On arrival at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA), the Government of Kenya as host will provide shuttles services to transfer delegates from JKIA to the designated hotel and back to the Airport on departure. During the conference, shuttle services will be availed from the recommended hotels where the delegates are booked to the conference venue and back. Detailed information on Shuttle routes and schedules will be conveyed by the delegation liaison officer upon arrival.

Shuttle services will begin on Saturday 26th November, 2016 and will run continuously at intervals of 30-40 minutes from 5:00am through 8:00pm for the duration of the HLM2, and also subject to delegates’ arrival details. Shuttle service is scheduled to end on Friday 2nd December, 2016.

In case of private tours, delegates may arrange for private transport at their own expense. For every delegation, only a maximum of two (2) vehicles shall be allowed access to the restricted area at the KICC. Delegation Coordinators will submit details of the vehicles, drivers and alternative drivers to the Registration Centre in advance for accreditation. They will also make arrangement to collect the badges and vehicle access stickers for their respective delegation.