Visa: How to Apply for Kenya Tourist Visa

Kenya has one of the most robust economy in the whole of East Africa with its capital situated in Nairobi. The city is a popular tourism destination because of its numerous attractions and beautiful array of wildlife. Kenya is home to a variety of stunning attractions, wildlife and sandy coastlines, that is why the country is fast becoming a popular destination of choice for many Nigerians. The country’s unparalleled beauty and charm has made it to be on most Nigerian’s bucket list.

If you are planning to travel to Kenya for tourism, education, job opportunities, business or to reside in the country, and you are wondering how you would get your visa within a short time; well, there is a perfect way of making the visa application process very easy and that is why we are sharing our vast knowledge with you about how to apply for Kenya visa in Nigeria.
If you want to visit Kenya to see all the beautiful things the country offers, you’ll need to plan for your trip. And the first step is to get a Kenya visa because Nigerians require visa for entry into Kenya. You can either get a visa at the Kenyan embassy here in Nigeria or at the point of entry in Nairobi.
Please be well informed that your possession of Kenyan visa may not allow you into the country. The immigration officers at the port of entry can deny you entry if you do not meet the immigration requirements.
Kenyan Visa Description
1. Single Entry – This visa would allow you to enter into Kenya once
2. Transit – Allows you a short stop over that can last up to three days
3. Multiple Entry – Allows you to enter Kenya multiple times
Note: There is no visa that is required if you are using a direct transit between two flights, however, a transit visa is required if you spend more than 24 hours.
Also note that no Visa is required for any applicant below 16years of age.
Application requirements
1. Passport Valid for at least Six Months
2. Scanned photograph during registration – coloured with white background – 5.5cm by 5.5cm
3. eVisa Printout from www.eCitizen.go.ke
4. Travel itinerary
5. Supporting letter e.g. letter from company or Invitation letter for business visits/family visits. or
6. Hotel bookings/details about places to visit if going as tourist

Visa Processing Time
E-Visa application processing usually takes two to three working days. The Visas shall be issued at the point of entry. you may be denied entry into the country if you don’t meet up with the requirements.
Kenya High Commission Office Address in Nigeria
Lagos Consular Office
UBA Building, First Floor, No. 22B Idowu Taylor Street, Victoria Island.
High Commission Office, Abuja
No. 357, Diplomatic Drive, Central Business District, Abuja.
As usual you can contact us to help in the application of your Kenyan Visa. Call 08038551366 or whatsapp 08024217590

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