:: Passport valid for six months on exit
:: Two blank visa pages in passport
:: One passport photograph, taken within the last six months
:: Copy of passport information page
:: Completed application form
:: Flight itinerary and tickets
:: Supporting letter, if applicable
Travellers applying for a multiple-entry visa must provide a supporting letter, plus an itinerary noting details of the places they intend to visit while in Kenya. The supporting letter can either be an invitation from a private host if you are staying with friends or relatives, or a hotel booking confirmation.
:: Parental consent, if applicable
Applicants under the age of 18 must provide written consent from a parent if travelling alone.
:: Additional documents, if applicable
Travellers applying for a visa to visit their spouse in Kenya must submit a copy of their marriage certification, a copy of their spouse’s passport or national ID, and a copy of residence/work permit if their spouse is not Kenyan.
Travellers applying for a visa to visit their child, or children, at school in Kenya must submit a copies of the child’s birth certificate, passport and student/pupil pass.
You may be able to obtain a visa on arrival in Kenya. However, a fee will still be charged and there is no guarantee of entry. We therefore strongly advise applicants to obtain a visa before travelling.
You may alternatively wish to apply for an East Africa Tourist visa. This is a multiple-entry visa, valid for 90 days, which allows the holder to travel between Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda for a flat fee of £70.
The Kenyan immigration service also offers a single entry e-Visa, valid for a maximum stay of 90 days. Please contact us for further information on any of these service options, or if you would like us to make an eVisa application on your behalf.