Travelling during COVID times isn't easy and the rules are constantly changing. So please don't follow my words bindly !
This is only a process I needed to go trough ! ;)
VISA - cost 52$, valid for 3 months, only one time entry .
Kindly note, on the arrival you need to present a printed form. They will ask you how long you are staying in Kenya for, make sure you know. Once I was given only one month Visa instead of three by accident. Luckly I noticed it and they fixed it straight away. Since COVID it's highly recommended to apply for visa online.
To apply You need :
- passport photo scan
- passport front cover scan
- passport the BIO scan
- Credit/ Debit card
- Address of your stay
- Proof of where you stay
- flight ticket
- and all basic information
I use this website : http://evisa.go.ke/evisa.html
2. Health registration :
Covid related check if you are ok health wise to fly in.
To do that you kind of need your boarding pass.
It's easy to do , even by using your phone.
You receive a QR code which is scanned on the arrival.
ONCE ARRIVED :
Public transport - there is an UBER and BOLT - as a best , cheapest option .
On the airport ? There is wifi , quickly check the cost of the driver and then you have best card to negotiate with waiting for you taxis. Normally it costs around 1000 KSH ( 10$ ) don't get them fool you !
PS. If you are coming to stay with us, it would be more than amaaaazing, if you could help us with water and electricity bills. ;)