FAQs

    1. Does a Kenya eTA guarantee permission to travel?

    No. A Kenya eTA is the government's license to travel to the Republic of Kenya, and a valid eTA must be presented throughout the check-in and boarding procedure. Your carrier may still refuse to board you if you do not show other needed papers such as your passport and/or boarding permit.
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    2. What is Kenya's national dish?

    Kenya's traditional food is as diverse as its tribes, history, and scenery. Each tribal area has its own specialties, but here are some of the most popular Kenyan culinary dishes to try on your trip.
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    3. Does the eTA allow for multiple entries to Kenya?

    Your Kenya eTA is valid for a single entry into Kenya. Here are the types of Kenya eTA for international visitors:
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    4. Do you need to print the eTA for Kenya?

    While it's not strictly necessary to print your eTA for Kenya, it's strongly advised as a backup. Your eTA is electronically linked to the passport you used during the application process. When checking in for your trip to Kenya, you'll need to present this passport. The airline staff will scan your passport to confirm the validity of your eTA. Without a valid eTA, you won't be permitted to board your flight. So, having a printed copy can provide peace of mind in case of any electronic glitches or if the airline prefers physical documentation.
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    5. How to check Kenya's eTA status online?

    Applicants are alerted by email every time their Kenya ETA status changes. First, when a traveler applies for a Kenya ETA, they will receive a confirmation email. This email confirms that your request has been received and will be considered shortly. Travelers are not required to take any more action at this time. The application has been successfully submitted and is pending review.
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    6. Do Taiwanese citizens need a visa for Kenya?

    No. Taiwanese citizens don’t need a visa to go to Kenya. Foreign nationals, regardless of nationality, will be able to enter Kenya without a visa for tourism or business stays of up to 90 days beginning January 1, 2024. Travelers must get a new Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA).
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    7. Is my Kenya eTA linked to passport?

    Yes, the Kenya Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) is electronically linked to the passport you used when applying for the eTA. When you apply for a Kenya ETA online, travelers will need to provide your passport details, including your passport number. The eTA will then be electronically linked to that specific passport
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    8. How to travel to Kenya from Sri Lanka?

    Kenya is a fascinating country, full of beautiful natural landscapes, culture, and above all history. The distance between Sri Lanka and Kenya by air is around 6,963 Kilometres (4,327 Miles). Although the geographical distance is quite far, it does not stop the Sri Lankan people from wanting to explore Kenya. To travel from Sri Lanka to Kenya, you generally need to follow these steps:
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    9. Is Kenya safe for children?

    Traveling across Kenya with children is safe as long as you take the standard measures to keep them out of danger. Children are welcome in restaurants and safari lodges, and taking a safari in Kenya's national parks is a once-in-a-lifetime adventure for them.
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    10. Is tap water safe to drink in Kenya?

    Drinking tap water is generally safe for healthy persons, particularly if it comes from a reliable source. The government, via a public system, will notify you of any harmful water conditions. In this instance, you may need to boil the water or use bottled water. 
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