Kenya Visa

Kenya Visa

Kenya Visa

Select Your Kenya Visa Type Below

  1. General Information and Eligibility
  2. Kenya Tourist Visa Requirements
  3. Kenya Business Visa Requirements
  4. Kenya Transit Visa Requirements
  5. Kenya Diplomatic Visa Requirements
  6. Kenya Student Visa Requirements (also known as the Kenya Study Permit)
  7. Kenya Work Permit Requirements (also known as the Kenya Work Visa)
  8. Other Types of Visas for Kenya (including Kenya Courtesy Visas, Multiple Journey Visas, etc., you will be directed to another website)

Visa Hunter’s Miscellaneous Tips for Kenya Visas

  • Kenya is a great place…a country I have spent a lot of time in. Fortunately, relative to a lot of other places in Africa, Kenya offers visas on arrival.
  • If you have a chance to go to Kenya, be sure to check out the really cool red elephants at Tsavo National Park. You fly into Mombasa, Kenya and then can hire a safari guide to take you out to the National Park from there. Bring plenty of snacks as there are not a lot of food places along the way.
  • When you go to Kenya, you might need to have proof that you have been vaccinated against yellow fever.
  • You need to make sure that your passport is valid for at least 6 months beyond the duration of your intended stay in Kenya.

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