Countries whose nationals DO NOT require Visas to enter Kenya.
Nationals of the following countries do not require visas to travel to Kenya.
- Fiji Islands
- Gambia, The
- Papua New Guinea
- San Marino
- Sierra Leone
- Solomon Islands
- St Lucia
- St Vincent & The Grenadines
Categories of persons not requiring visas for Kenya.
- Holders of valid re-entry passes to Kenya
- Holders of United Nations Laissez Passez whilst travelling on official business
- All the nationals of countries not mentioned under 'A' above may be issued with
Visas on application at Kenya Missions abroad or at Port of entry. This does not
apply to countries mentioned in 'B' below.
Applications from Nationals of the following countries have to be referred to Nairobi
- North Korea
- Stateless Persons
Persons falling under the above category are advised to apply at least three months
before the proposed date of travel to Kenya.
A Visa is required for entry by all visitors traveling to Kenya with the exception of those who fall under the following categories:
- Holders of re-entry passes to Kenya.
- Citizens of those countries with which Kenya has a reciprocal Visa abolition Agreement (Eritrea, Ethiopia, San Marino, Turkey and Uruguay).
- Multiple Entry Visas are normally issued for a period of six months.
The following countries with which Kenya had reciprocal visa abolition agreements have since revoked the agreements:
- REPUBLIC OF IRELAND
Nationals of these countries should note that Kenya has reciprocated by imposing Visas on these countries.