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Kenya visa

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GulfVisa is an authorised British visa agency that can help customers secure Kenyan visas for either personal or business purposes. Though Kenya is increasingly popular with tourists and business people alike, you will be rejected from entering the country if you don’t have a visa.

We have substantial experience in securing visas from the Kenyan embassy in London, offering assistance to all our UK customers in gaining entry to the African nation. Gulfvisa’s expert team will handle the application process on our clients’ behalf, and ensure every step is taken care of.

We understand just how inconvenient obtaining a travel visa can be, and how much unwanted anxiety it can bring before your trip. Our Kenyan visa service takes away the stress, so all you need to do is wait for your documentation to arrive.

Please note: Our visa services do not extend to those wanting t come to the UK from Kenya

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How to Apply for a Kenyan Visa

Applying for a Kenyan visa with GulfVisa is done in four easy steps

  1. Look at the guidelines - Thoroughly read all the details of the relevant documentation for which you’re applying. We provide Kenya tourist visas and Kenya business visas.
  2. Organise your documents - Gather everything you need, such as passport photos, flight booking confirmation and a Kenya visa application form.
  3. Buy your visa - After choosing the Kenyan visa you need, you can pay online. We accept debit and credit cards, as well as Apple Pay.
  4. Submit your application - You can either post your application to GulfVisa or drop it off at our office in Mayfair, London. We typically turn applications around in 3-4 days, though this doesn’t include delivery times, should you post the application to us. We also provide a 1-2 day fast-track service for an extra fee.

Send us your passport and required documents, then sit back and relax.

Cost of Kenya visa

Type of Visa Service duration Fees GBP (£)
Business Visa

Standard Service: Completed within 4 working days

From £99
Tourist Visa

>Standard Service: Completed within 4 working days

From £99

Travel to Kenya -A mini guide

Kenya’s jaw dropping national parks, beautiful beaches and wondrous culture make it an extraordinarily rewarding country to visit. The nation has a rich and fascinating history, and is renowned for landmarks like the historical ruins of Gedi and the Shimoni Slave Caves in Kwale.

Kenya's Culture

Kenya is a multilingual nation, with Bantu Swahili and English serving as its two official languages. There are 68 languages spoken there in total, from Nilo-Saharan tongues like Dholuo and Kalenjin, to various Afro-Asiatic and Indo-European languages.

As a multi-ethnic country that’s home to over 40 different groups, Kenya is not pigeonholed by one distinct culture. However, tradition is deeply embedded in all Kenyan communities, and most inhabitants who live in rural areas still observe these customs closely. For example, the Maasai group continue to practise a pastoralist lifestyle by wearing shuka clothing (bright coloured robes wrapped around their bodies) and living in Inkajijik roundhouses. Tribes in the Northern and North-Eastern parts of the country are also largely unaffected by Western culture.

The main religion in Kenya is Christianity, which is followed by over 85% of the population. As such, many of the country’s national holidays are Christian events, such as Easter and Christmas. That said, holidays like Labour Day and Jamhuri Day (National Day) are also celebrated across the country with mass festivities.

Kenya's Economy

Over the last three decades or so, Kenya has significantly reformed, generating sustained economic growth, as well as social development and political overhauls. New economic measures include privatising state enterprises, removing foreign-exchange controls and enacting anti-corruption legislation. Overall, Kenya is one of Africa’s fastest-growing economies, expanding by 5.8% in 2019, and its main industries include agriculture, manufacturing and tourism.

Kenya's most popular destinations

With a glorious landscape of wooded savannas, forested hills and patchwork farms, Kenya is considered one of the most beautiful countries in the world. This is only enhanced by its incredible range of wildlife, making Kenya a leading safari destination. Home to some of the world’s finest safari parks, from the magnificent Maasai Mara to the awe-inspiring Amboseli National Park, visitors can witness the Big Five game animals, the Great Migration of the wildebeest and so much more.

Visitors also enjoy travelling to the historical ruins of Gedi, a historical and archaeological site in East Kenya. A UNESCO World Heritage Centre believed to have been inhabited in the eleventh or twelfth century, Gedi features stone mosques, houses and a palace. Another site of great significance to the country is the Shimoni Slave Caves in Kwale, which depict the dark and painful story of slavery in the country. Other attractions within Kenya include the luscious Diani Beach, one of Africa’s best beach destinations, and Mount Kenya, the second-highest summit on the continent. Meanwhile, there is plenty to do in Kenya’s main cities of Nairobi, Mombasa and Kisumu, with museums, markets and restaurants aplenty.

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