1. Single Entry – Only allows you to enter Kenya once
2. Transit – Only allows you up to 3 days in Kenya
3. Multiple Entry – Allows you multiple entries to Kenya
Visa can either be obtained from the Kenyan High Commissions in your country or at customs offices at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport Nairobi or Moi International Airport Mombasa on arrival.
WHAT TO PACK
Pack light clothes but don’t forget to pack a warm jacket, a rain coat, socks, comfortable shoes sunscreen, sunglasses and a hat. You can also buy all the above as soon as you arrive in Kenya at a good price, that is, if you don’t want to carry them all the way. Don’t forget to put a camera on your list.
HEALTH AND MEDICAL CARE
Ensure that you have a travel insurance cover in case of any health issue. We have some of the best trained medical personnel’s. Yellow fever vaccination is not a must but first check with your local authorities as they might require it.
If you are dependent on any medication or drugs, make sure you bring a supply or a spare prescription.
Flying doctors society membership is highly recommended. In case of an emergency, the society will evacuate patients by air to Nairobi for medical attention.
If you wear spectacles, bring a spare or a prescription so that in case you lose them it will be easier to get it sorted as soon as possible.
Clean water for drinking and brushing is provided in all hotels and lodges. Mineral water is also available country wide in supermarkets and it is highly recommended you only buy mineral water.
Try and photocopy your important documents. Leave one copy at home and carry with you another copy and originals on a different bag. Memorize important numbers.
Kenya is +3hrs GMT. +1 hour Central Europe in summer time and +2 hours winter time