Since many people prefer not to mail their passports
to Embassy, Consultate or Tourism offices - even if by FedEx or Registed USMail, you can obtain both of these on arrival.
actually quit easy. Just download the Visa forms for both countries from their respective sites. Complete the forms and with
your $50 (for each country), pay on arrival*. The desk for Visas (on arrival) are adjacent to the Immigration booths. Unless
there is a long line, this shouldn't take more than a few minutes - then off you go to collect your bags.
are NOT required if obtaining in-country.
We need to buy visas for both Kenya and Tanzania. Each visa is $50.00, U.S.
dollars. We must have the exact amount. They do not make change. Kenya and Tanzania have an agreement, which allows us to
use the single entry visa for each of them and re-enter either of these countries on our single entry visa.
Go to this site and print the form. Fill it out and
bring it with you. We pay $50 at the boarder crossing from Tanzania into Kenya. http://www.kenyaembassy.com/forms/visa_form.htm
You can also obtain your visa upon arrival at Tanzania.
http://www.travisa.com/Tanzania/tanzaniavisaselector.htm You can fill out this form on line and print it. Bring
it and a $50.0 bill. We will need it when we travel into Tanzania on Day 8.
To sum it all up, you will have to spend a total of
US$ 100 for your trip to Kenya, Tanzania and back to Kenya.