Kenya visa for Brunei citizensNo Visa Required Yellow Fever Required
Kenya is a yellow-fever affected country so it's recommended to get Yellow Fever vaccination as it may be required while returning to the home country or entering any other country.
Most of the countries are exempted from Quarantine by showing a PCR test report. You can check the full list at Kenya Quarantine Exempted Countries List
To visit Kenya during this pandemic, you must have to follow the additional requirements
- Negative COVID Certificate (PCR Test), the sample must be taken within 96hrs of departure of the flight
- Before traveling to Kenya, you must fill the Health Declaration Form here
Below you will find a complete list of requirements to Visit Kenya as a Tourist or a transit passenger
Brunei passport holders are exempt from Visa for visiting Kenya for Tourism purpose.
⚠️ Yellow Fever Warning
Kenya is a yellow-fever affected country. We suggest you, get a Yellow Fever Certificate before travel as it may be required while returning to your home country or entering any other country. Yellow Fever shots are generally valid for ten(10) years, but it may depend on the hospital or clinic.
Kenya is a country in the Eastern Africa region of Africa. Nairobi is the capital city of Kenya. It is a developing country and its passport rank is 123. It has a population of approx 53.8 M. Kenya `s phone code is 254 and its currency code is KES. Most spoken languages in Kenya are Kikuyu,Luhya,Luo
East African Tourist Visa
It is a Single Entry Visa but Multi-Entry between Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda .It valid for 90 days from date of approval and has processing time of approx 4 working days.
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