Kenyan Visa requirements for a safari holiday trip
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African Sermon Safaris is a tours and travel company based in Nairobi Kenya. We have been in the business for over a decade now. We will highlight some visa and passport general requirement tips for you who are traveling to Kenya to enable you have the best trip ever!

Kenyan visa for safari holiday toursBefore you buy your airline ticket to Kenya, it is important to double-check that you have everything you need or will be able to get it once you arrive in the country. Depending on your nationality or country of origin, you may need to apply for and receive a visa before visiting Kenya.

It is important that you do so immediately upon making the decision to travel to the country, and that you make sure your visa does not expire during your travel. You can apply for and get a Kenyan visa from your nearest Kenyan embassy or consulate.

Not everyone needs a visa to pre-arranged visa to enter Kenya. From the above link, you will be able to check if you need one or not. You can also open this link on trip advisor website. http://www.tripadvisor.com/Travel-g294206-c155980/Kenya:Visa.Requirements.html
Or for more information, directly log in to http://www.immigration.go.ke/

First, what’s most important is to make sure you have a current and valid passport and that it is not about to expire especially when you are on the safari. Expect that your passport could take up to six weeks to arrive, so make sure you plan well in advance for your passport needs. As a rule, your passport should expire no sooner than six months before the end of your travel.

When making preparations for your passport, it is advisable to make several copies of the actual passport or visa (in addition to the original). This is for your own safety because the last thing you want to do is to be out of your home country without any way to provide proof of your identity, should you lose your passport. You should leave one of the copies at home before you travel, just in case. When you travel with the original passport, always keep it locked up safely, in a hotel safe or other secure location.

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