These Countries Do Not Require Visas If You Are From Kenya
The strict immigration and border laws make it hard to travel often in Africa. But, there are countries that don't need visa especially if you are Kenyan.
For a lot of Kenyan people, there are countries with great people, idyllic scenery and historical sites, and they want to visit these countries. But there's the chaotic image of obtaining visas that is perpetually lodged in their memories. These struggles have come to be associated with visas generally. And that puts them off. But thankfully, the Kenyan passport ranked 70 in the Henley & Partners Visa Restrictions Index. This is an annual global ranking of countries according to travel freedom their citizens can enjoy. For Kenyan citizens, their number on the ranking means they can travel to 68 countries that don't need a visa. And for where E-visas are needed, they are easily obtained and are given the same treatment as visas in terms of the fee, hotel reservations, and a return ticket.
Henley & Partners have, for more than a decade, assessed and evaluated visa regulations globally so that they can produce an accurate index where countries are ranked according to how many other countries and territories they can be allowed passage without a visa. And Henley & Partners produce this index in collaboration with International Air Transport Association (IATA), using their world’s largest database of travel information.
For Kenyans looking to see other countries without the hassle of a visa, the countries listed below are visa-free.
1) Antigua and Barbuda
6) Hong Kong
11) The Gambia
26) Saint Kitts and Nevis
27) Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
32) Trinidad and Tobago
2) Burkina Faso
4) Cape Verde
6) The Democratic Republic of the Congo
19) Saint Lucia
22) Sierra Leone
23) South Sudan
5) Sri Lanka
Are you Kenyan? Time to assemble your luggage and travel to see the world beyond your horizon.