Top 10 countries  that Kenyans can travel to visa free or get a visa on arrival

Top 10 countries  that Kenyans can travel to visa free or get a visa on arrival

 

 

Top 10 countries  that Kenyans can travel to visa free or get a visa on arrival
Top 10 countries  that Kenyans can travel to visa free or get a visa on arrival

If you hold a Kenyan passport, then I have good news for you. Your passport can allow to travel to 72 countries either visa free or that you can get a visa on arrival when traveling to these countries.

Please note that an eVisa counts as a visa on arrival if the requirements for obtaining it are uncomplicated e.g. visa fee, return ticket and hotel reservation.

Please get your notebook and your passport ready as these are the 72 countries that a person with a Kenyan passport can travel to visa free or get a visa on arrival.

 

Visa Free

Top 10 countries  that Kenyans can travel to visa free or get a visa on arrival

 

1. Antigua and Barbuda
2. Bahamas
3. Barbados
4. Botswana
5. Burundi
6. Hong Kong
7. Dominica
8. Eritrea
9. Ethiopia
10. Fiji

 

OTHERS

11. Gambia
12. Ghana
13. Grenada
14. Haiti
15. Indonesia
16. Jamaica
17. Kiribati
18. Lesotho
19. Malawi
20. Malaysia
21. Mauritius
22. Micronesia
23. Namibia
24. Panama
25. Philippines
26. Saint Kitts and Nevis
27. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
28. Senegal
29. Singapore
30. Swaziland
31. Tanzania
32. Trinidad and Tobago
33. Uganda
34. Vanuatu
35. Zambia
36. Zimbabwe
37. Rwanda
38. Montserrat

Visa On Arrival

39. Macao
40. Cape Verde
41. Comoros
42. Democratic Republic of the Congo
43. Djibouti
44. Guinea-Bissau
45. Iran
46. Laos
47. Madagascar
48. Maldives
49. Mali
50. Mauritania
51. Nepal
52. Nigeria
53. Palau
54. Saint Lucia
55. Samoa
56. Seychelles
57. Sierra Leone
58. South Sudan
59. Sudan
60. Timor-Leste
61. Togo
62. Tuvalu
63. Bolivia
64. Cambodia
65. Burkina Faso
66. Jordan
67. Turkey (eVisa) – evisa.gov.tr
68. Bahrain (eVisa) – evisa.gov.bh
69. Sri Lanka (eVisa) – eta.gov.lk
70. India (eVisa) – indianvisaonline.gov.in/visa
71. Georgia (eVisa) – evisa.gov.ge/GeoVisa
72. Gabon (eVisa) – evisa.dgdi.ga

 

ALSO READ:Kenya Passport Holders Banned in 54 Countries DURING COVID…

Holders of Kenya’s passport cannot access 54 countries in the wake of Covid-19 ban in the global race to protect nations against new variants of coronavirus.

The Henley Passport Index, which has been regularly monitoring the world’s most travel-friendly passports since 2006, made the revelations that show how the pandemic has affected travel.

Australia, Argentina, Belgium, Cambodia, UK, Canada, Portugal, Denmark, Bulgaria and Singapore top the list of countries that have banned or placed restrictions on holders of Kenyan passports.

Others are Hong Kong, Bangladesh, Chile, Czech Republic, Cyprus and Cameroon, which the Henley & Partners lists as the only African country to place restrictions on Kenya.

The highly contagious Covid-19 Delta variant may spark a fourth wave of infections in Kenya over the next two months, according to the Health Ministry.

The rapidly transmissible strain, first identified in India, is dominant in western Kenya, where it was initially detected in the country.

The government imposed restrictions on movement in the region to try and stem it from spreading nationwide.

“Borders remain firmly closed in several countries, including Australia, Canada, and New Zealand, while many others continue to ban travelers from high-risk regions,” says the Henley & Partners report.

Kenya has not retaliated against the 54 countries after it left a handful of countries whose citizens need to quarantine before they are allowed into the country in a last month review.

These include Ireland, Kuwait, Pakistan Brunei and Thailand whose citizens are required to undergo a 14-day mandatory quarantine.