Mount Kenya and Kilimanjaro
Kenya & Tanzania, Trek & Walk, 15 days - from £2,695 (land only) - from €3,640 (land only) - from $4,310 (land only)
All nationalities will need a valid passport and visas to enter Kenya and Tanzania. Please note that your passport must have at least 6 months remaining validity at the time of your trip.
Please note a current Yellow Fever vaccination certificate is required for travel to East Africa if you are arriving from a Yellow Fever infected country.
The easiest way to get your Kenya visa is on arrival at Nairobi Airport. You will need to fill in a form and supply one passport photo. Note that a single entry visa is valid for reentry into Kenya from Tanzania and Uganda. The fee for a single entry visa is $50 or £30.
If you prefer to obtain your visa in advance, please allow plenty of time. Please note, however, that the visa is only valid for 3 months from the date of issue. Please check the visa fee and application procedure directly with the Kenya Embassy or High Commission in your own country.
The easiest way to get your Tanzania visa is at the Kenya/Tanzania border. The fee for a single-entry tourist visa is approximately US$50 (please note visa fees are subject to change by the Tanzanian Authorities without notice to KE). The fee can be paid in US dollars or Tanzanian Shillings. Please ensure you have a sufficient amount of cash in US dollars. A passport sized photograph is also required and we recommend you travel with four passport sized photographs for emergencies.
If you prefer to obtain your Tanzania visa in advance this is also possible. Please refer to the website of the Tanzania Embassy or High Commission in your own country for details.
We do keep our information up to date but be advised visa requirements are subject to change. It is recommended that you contact the relevant commission in the case of recent alterations.