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Kenyan Visa Application

Apply for your eVisa to Kenya in 3 easy steps!

eVisa Kenya – Kenyan Visa Application

ELECTRONIC TRAVEL AUTHORIZATION (ETA)

What is eVisa to Kenya


The eVisa (single entry or transit) allows you to visit Kenya for a maximum of 90 days or 72 hours. The request is made online, so you will not have to go to the Kenyan embassy. It is an official document issued by the Government of Kenya to citizens of selected countries.

What is required to travel to Kenya?

In addition to your valid passport, yellow fever vaccination certificate, you will need a tourist visa. An electronic Kenyan visa is required. You can get it easily from the computer or mobile phone by completing a simple registration, informing your personal data and general travel data, and paying the visa and service fees. In about three days, the visa for Kenya will be properly delivered to the email address previously informed.

Our website is a safe and reliable portal with thousands of satisfied consumers around the world because its mission is to shorten the process of issuing visas.


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How much does a visa for Kenya cost?

The cost of the visa may vary depending on the speed at which you wish to receive the document. In any case, we have fair rates for our customers, following the high-quality services. The Kenyan visa for travelers is USD 53 and the service fee is USD 35. Therefore, it will be USD 88 for all.

For your convenience, our website accepts a variety of payment methods, such as credit and debit cards, and even via PayPal if you have an account on it. The visa processing time is 24 hours, a big differential and time saving if you had to go to an embassy and gather multiple papers.

How long is my electronic visa valid for?

With an electronic visa for Kenya, you can stay in the country for up to 90 days. Another advantage of e-Visa is that the visa expiration date starts counting from your arrival in the country. Therefore, you are assured that your visa will not expire before the start of your trip. However, keep in mind that this visa is valid for a single entry into the country. If during these 90 days, you need to leave Kenya and then return, a new visa should be issued.



Steps to Proceed Kenya eVisa




The first step is to create an account on our website. But this is just the beginning, then comes the visa application in another step.

1. How to register



  • Click here and fill the application form. ”
  • Fill in the data, read the terms, agree, and go on.
  • If in doubt, 'surname' is a surname, 'gender' is gender, 'male' is male and 'female' is female.
  • Go to your email and confirm the registration. When you sign in after checking the email, keep filling in the details.

2. Apply for a Visa



  • After account creation is completed, it is time to apply for a visa.
  • Log in with the data from the previous step and then select the 'Apply for a Visa” to start the Kenyan visa application.
  • Then click on 'Make Application' and then 'Apply for a Single Entry Visa.'
  • Read the instructions and general information
  • Upload a color photo: The photo has to be colored to show your skin tone, with white background, it has to appear all over the head and shoulders, it should be well focused and sharp, size of 5.5 × 5.5 cm with the face taking care of 70 to 80% of the space, without a cap or hat. Anyway, it should represent your physical identification well.
  • At the bottom of the page, click 'Apply Now' to start filling out the form.
That’s it. Now you have to wait for our confirmation. Mostly, it will take like a few minutes to reach your email. However, it can take up to 3 days depending on the visa queue we received.

Other Things You Need To Know



The Kenya visa is valid for use three months after it is issued. However, incomplete forms will be rejected. Having a visa does not mean your entry will be guaranteed in the country (you may be barred in exceptional cases, but don't worry). Finally, it is a crime to work in Kenya without a proper visa.