04-12-2019 by redazione
Also for this new tourist season, and it is assumed for the whole of 2020, foreign tourists will still be able to enter Kenya with the tourist visa paper filled in and requested directly at the customs of entry into the country, as well as with the online visa to be obtained only and exclusively through the site evisa.go.ke (the other sites that propose it or are agencies that add a commission or are sites scam, so it is better to avoid).
Although the online visa is now a fact and its implementation on the website of the Immigration Office usually makes it easily obtainable in a few hours from the request and payment by credit card, near the peak season, with many requests, the issue of the visa type may have delays. However, the Ministry of Tourism has confirmed that for the fourth consecutive year since its introduction it will still be possible to enter Kenya with a paper permit (50 dollars or 40 euros) obtained directly at the airport.
Considering the amount of charter and scheduled flights that will overlap over the course of the day from December 21, the online visa could avoid some extra queues for tourists, allowing them not to have to stop at the entrance of the immigration office of the airports to fill out a second form, while the first is usually provided by plane (depending on the companies) or you can DOWNLOAD AND PRINT HERE.
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