Kenya - International Travel
Guests from the following states and territories shall be required to undergo mandatory quarantine for 14 days upon arrival at their own cost: Brunei, Thailand, Kuwait and Qatar. Guests from countries considered low to medium risk will be exempt from quarantine. Guests from all countries must be in possession of a medical certificate showing a negative PCR COVID-19 test received no more than 96 hours before arrival in Kenya, this includes children of 5 years old and above.
IMPORTANT: Travel advice in the context of COVID-19
Ahead of your travel to East Africa, please make sure that you have all the latest information about COVID-19 tests and other entry/travel requirements to East Africa.
The information is changing constantly, so please make sure you are also checking the requirements of the international airline carriers, which are also changing regularly, and the government travel advisories.
Travelers to Kenya, please note: Transit passengers at JKIA are now required to produce a negative result PCR test certificate with results issued within 96 hours prior to travel. Additionally, all passengers must complete this form online before arrival:
If you have any questions that aren’t answered, please let us know and we will do our best to find out for you. From 01 January 2021 all travelers to Kenya requiring a visa will need to apply for an e-visa in advance. Purchasing a visa on arrival will no longer be possible.
For more information visit www.evisa.go.ke.