Below you will find all of the information about Kenya Passport Visa-Free Travel 2022, including the Kenya visa-free countries accessible with a Kenya passport.
In addition to the visa-free countries list for Kenya passport holders, you can also view the various countries accessible through a visa-on-arrival or via an eTA, as well as the countries from which you will need to obtain an online visa, or a physical visa—i.e. a visa from an embassy/consulate—in order to enter.
Where Can Kenyans Travel Without a Visa?
According to the Henley Report, Kenya’s passport is ranked 74th when it comes to freedom of movement. As a result, Kenyan citizens can travel to many countries visa-free, with an eVisa, or get a visa on arrival. However, they have to get a visa to enter 79 countries.
Kenyan passport holders can visit 39 countries* without a visa:
Antigua and Barbuda
Saint Kitts and Nevis
up to 3 months
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Trinidad and Tobago
up to three months
How Can Kenyans Travel Visa-Free?
Kenyans can travel visa-free with a valid passport if they visit a country that has a visa facilitation agreement with Kenya. Please note that some countries may ask for other documents when you enter visa-free. This may include the following:
Travel health insurance.
Proof of return ticket.
Evidence of hotel reservation (or any other accommodation).
Evidence that you have enough money to finance your trip.
What Documents Do Kenyan Citizens Need to Apply for a Visa?
Required Documents for a Kenyan Visa
Kenyan citizens that want to visit countries that require them to apply for a visa beforehand need to submit a few documents. Depending on the country you want to visit, document requirements may vary. However, most countries will certainly require the following:
Your valid Kenyan passport (plus a photocopy). Some countries require the passport to be valid for more than six months after the day you plan on departing their country.
A filled visa application form.
Passport pictures that are not older than six months.
Travel health insurance that covers your entire period of stay.
Proof of paid visa fee.
Detailed travel itinerary that shows all the places you want to visit.
Letter of invitation (if applicable)
Proof of booked return ticket for the flight home.
Proof of booked accommodation.
Proof that you have sufficient funds to cover your visit
Civil status documents (marriage papers, certificates of birth, etc.)
Important: Please note that your visa will most likely be rejected if you have a previous criminal history.