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Kenya is situated in East Africa - and is famous for its classic Savannah safaris. Kenyan wildlife is coveted, and its landscape facilitates this: The Great Rift Valley, lakelands, mountain highlands, and of course, the savannah all add to its charm as a country that has been allowed to flourish in its natural state.

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Kenya

Visa Type

Tourist

Business

Transit

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Kenya is situated in East Africa - and is famous for its classic Savannah safaris. Kenyan wildlife is coveted, and its landscape facilitates this: The Great Rift Valley, lakelands, mountain highlands, and of course, the savannah all add to its charm as a country that has been allowed to flourish in its natural state.

Tourist (Standard)
Processing time:
3 Days to 4 Days
Category:
e-visa
Stay period:
90 Days
Validity:
90 Days
Entry:
Single Entry
Fees:
INR 4690

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TOURIST VISA REQUIREMENT FOR KENYA

Passport

Your passport must be valid for at least 6 months after your departure from Kenya. The passport of the applicant should be having at least one (1) blank page

Travel Itinerary

You will need to have a document that displays your entire plan for your holiday/tourist visit. This includes details of the places you are going to visit, in a day-by-day format.

Passport

Your passport must be valid for at least 6 months after your departure from Kenya. The passport of the applicant should be having at least one (1) blank page

Return Tickets

You will be required to submit the return tickets of your trip as well, if you want to apply for a visa.

Photograph

You will be asked for a photograph whilst filling the online form. For this, there are certain photo requirements, which are listed below in the FAQ’s. Please read through them thoroughly before going to a photobooth.

Travel Itinerary

You will need to have a document that displays your entire plan for your holiday/tourist visit. This includes details of the places you are going to visit, in a day-by-day format.

Hotel Booking

You will need to show proof of hotel bookings for the entire duration of your stay.

Supporting Documents

If you are visiting family, you might need extra supporting documents. These are outlined in the FAQ’s below.

IMPORTANT VISA INFORMATION FOR KENYA

  • All Indian passport holders require a valid visa to enter Kenya.
  • Applicant must have all the mandatory documents while applying for Kenya Visa online as mentioned in requirement tabs below
  • In addition to the documents mentioned, our visa experts or the concerned embassy may require you to furnish additional documents to process your visa. Your cooperation in furnishing any such additional documents is essential for a positive outcome.
  • If all the documents are not ready at the time of agent visit then additional charges levied when agent visits your residence again
  • The fee may vary for the country if the rate of the embassy fluctuates.
  • FAQ's

    You can attach documents in either PDF, JPG or Microsoft Word format.

    You will not be able to scan/take a photo of the picture in your passport. This is strictly prohibited, please do not do this. The applicant's photograph should be taken within the last 6 months, and be in colour. Make sure it shows your full front-facing face, with a cream or white-coloured background.

    If you usually wear glasses or a hearing device or wig, they should be worn for your picture. Dark, tinted and non-prescription glasses are not acceptable - unless you need them for medical reasons. A medical certificate may be required for the same. Please take the picture in normal everyday clothes, and NOT in uniform.

    Yes, you will. These are two documents, usually. One would be an invitation letter from the host (the person whom you are going to visit). The other document would be a proof of identification of the host. This could be in the form of an ID card/passport/entry permit/alien card (of the family member in Kenya).

    Most credit and debit cards are acceptable. Visa and Mastercards are also taken.

    Yes, you can. The stay period of the first visa is 90 days. If you wish to stay longer than 90 days, you will have to contact the Immigration Headquarters in Nairobi to renew your visa. The maximum number of days you can stay in Kenya for (at a time) is 6 months.

    The maximum stay period available is 90 days. When you present yourself in front of the immigration officers at the port of entry (for indians, this is usually the airport), you will be given a stay period. This depends on the purpose and duration of your activities in Kenya. Because of this, it differs from person to person.

    No, currently the Kenyan E-visa portal does not issue refunds for rejected applications. If you choose to cancel your visa application (before you get the results), you will still not be able to obtain a refund once the fees have been paid.

    No, you cannot. The Kenyan E-visa is a single-entry visa. This means that you will need to apply for a new visa if you wish to re-enter Kenya. This is irrespective of the time difference between when you enter and when you exit.

    This depends on the kind of documents you submit, as well as what you choose on the online form. The Single Entry visa is for both purposes but differs based on what the applicant is going to Kenya for.

    No. Since both of them are single entry visas, they come under the same umbrella. They also have the same fees. However, if you wish to opt for a business visa (depending on the purpose of your visit), you will need to submit slightly different documents.

    Yes, you do. You will need an e-visa to visit Kenya in any way: for tourism, business, as well as transit.

    No, you will not. If you stay inside the transit area of the Kenyan airport, you will not be needing a Transit Visa.

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