Arriving expats

Arriving expats

Expat-to-Expat offers arriving expat a full relocation package that takes care of all major aspects of achieving comfortable and responsible living: knowing Nairobi, having good accommodation and a good school for your children, enjoying a new group of people around you and driving a reliable car to get around safely.

Our services are designed to suit your specific needs and wishes – we adjust our services to meet your objectives, based on outcomes of frequent interactions between you and Expat-to-Expat, via email, phone and in person. If you are interested to receive our relocation assistance, kindly do get in touch with us, so we can send you our intake form to get to know you and your needs and wishes a bit better. We prefer to start preparing for your arrival even before you have actually landed in Nairobi to ensure you get settled quickly. Besides, it may be interesting and reassuring to you to receive information about progress of your relocation preparations before you leave to Kenya.

We respect privacy and promote safety by not disclosing your personal (contact) information to others outside Expat-to-Expat without your approval.

What our clients are saying

Extremely happy
I was extremely happy with Joep and the team at Expat - to -Expat who made the complicated proces...
Excellent service
Upon our arrival here in Nairobi, we used Expat-to-Expat to assist us in finding our new home. Ma...
Reliable and quick
Expat-to-Expat were so helpful with getting the car as their advice always get to point and are t...

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