Once the visa is granted, it will be sent to the applicant’s email address provided in the application form. Canadian citizens should download and print out their Kenya eVisa after receiving it because the Immigration Officer at a border checkpoint may ask them to present their valid visa along with their passport upon arrival.
They can enter Kenya legally using their eVisa for various reasons including tourism, conducting short-term business, or transit through Kenya. The validity of a Kenya eVisa is within 90 days from the issued date, with only a single entry into the country. Holders of a valid eVisa can remain in Kenya for up to 90 days from the arrival date.
Canadian nationals are also recommended to purchase travel insurance
after they get their visa to Kenya. This travel insurance is essential while they are traveling abroad, offering up to US$ 50,000.00 (Fifty thousand US Dollars) for Covered Expenses. Kenya Travel Health Insurance will offer affordable emergency protection for medical, transportation, or trip interruption should unexpected occurrences happen during their Kenya trip. Covid-19 medical treatment expenses are also covered in this insurance so that Canadian citizens can alleviate the fear of being infected with Covid in Kenya.