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Although it's advisable to get a Kenya visa from your country of origin before you travel to Kenya, you can always get one at the Kenya immigration office upon your arrival. Not everyone needs a visa to enter Kenya (check if you do).

Passport Required?

  Visa Required?

  Return Ticket Required?

Visas

British

Yes

Australian

Yes

USA

Yes

Other EU

Yes

British

Yes

Australian

Yes

USA

Yes

Other EU

Yes

British

Yes

Australian

Yes

USA

Yes

Other EU

Yes

Required by all nationals referred to in the chart  except the following:
(a) All holders of a re-entry pass to Kenya.
(b) 1. Nationals of Cyprus.

Visa Note

Note:

(a) All nationals referred to in the chart above may obtain a visa on entry in Kenya. (b) Nationals not referred to in the chart above are advised to contact the embassy to check visa requirements (see Contact Addresses). (c) Multiple-entry visas may only be issued to nationals of the United Kingdom on application.

Validity
Single-entry: up to three months from date of issue; Multiple-entry: one year from date of issue. Renewals (up to six months) or extensions can be made at Immigration in Nyayo House, Uhuru Highway, Nairobi or at Kisumu and Mombasa. The period of stay in Kenya can be given at the port of entry (maximum three months).

Applications to:
Consulate (or consular section at embassy or high commission); see Contact Addresses.

Working Days Required
Three (applying in person) or one week from date of receipt (postal applications). If the visa has to be referred to Nairobi, it will take up to six weeks or, in some cases, longer.

Passport valid for three months from date of entry required by all nationals referred to in the chart above with at least one blank page.

Health and Immunizations

No immunizations are required by law to enter Kenya if you are traveling directly from Europe or the US. If you are traveling from a country where Yellow Fever is present you will need to prove you have had the innoculation.

The cost are not fixed and subject to change, Please contact us for more information.

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