Kenya Visa

Kenya Visa

Most nationals, including British, Irish, US, Canadian, Australian, New Zealand, and EU passport-holders, need visas to visit Kenya. Nationals from several African countries are exempt, including South African passport holders, who are allowed a visa-free stay of up to thirty days. Children of the relevant nationalities also require visas and pay the same. It’s a good idea, however, to check with a Kenyan embassy website to confirm the current situation. Also, ensure that your passport will remain valid for at least six months beyond the end of your projected stay and that it has at least two blank pages for stamps this is a requirement, not just a recommendation. Visas can be obtained in advance from Kenyan embassies or high commissions, either in person or by post. The system generally works and in theory, should arrive faster. However, although the plan was to make the e Visa system mandatory, it currently operates alongside the other methods of obtaining a visa, and there is no dedicated queue system at the airport to give those with e Visas any advantage.

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