Looking for the embassy location or visa requiremnts for your dream destination, we offer visa assisistance
For all inbound travelers to Kenya who require a Visa the “Visa on arrival” facility is no longer available and one is expected to obtain an eVisa before boarding their flight to Kenya.
Children under 16 years of age who are accompanied by a parent or guardian are exempt from visa application. The Parent or Guardian in their eVisa application should however include the minor’s details as well. Where one would like the reassurance of having an official travel document for children under 16, you can apply for the eVisa and once the system detects the applicant is under 16 an E-Pass (which resembles the eVisa) will be issued free of charge.
Should you find the official eVisa (https://evisa.go.ke) application too challenging or simply do not wish to complete the application yourself, PEGA is in a position to make the application on your behalf. This can either be a completely fresh application or help you to conclude an application you had already commenced but encountered difficulties with.
Please note that:
To ensure timely processing and delivery, it is necessary to set the following timelines for eVisa applications:
Issued for single entry to citizens who need a visa to enter Kenya for business, tourism, or health reasons.
For Business Visits;
For Family visits
Identity Documents Required
Issued to travelers transitting through Kenya to other destinations for a period not exceeding 72 hours. Travelers transiting to Kenya without leaving the airport do not need to apply for Transit visas.
The courtesy visa is issued to Diplomatic, Official, and Service passport holders traveling to Kenya on official duties, or transiting through Kenya to a third country for official business and is free of charge.