July 12, 2024

Kenya Abolishes Entry Fee for Seven Countries

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Kenya drops unpopular entry fee for seven countries

Kenya has announced that it will no longer require visitors from seven countries to pay an entry fee, a move that has been welcomed...


Kenya drops unpopular entry fee for seven countries

Kenya has announced that it will no longer require visitors from seven countries to pay an entry fee, a move that has been welcomed by travelers and tourism industry stakeholders. The entry fee, known as the visa-on-arrival fee, was seen as a barrier to tourism and business travel to Kenya.

The seven countries affected by the decision are Barbados, Belize, Botswana, Jamaica, Mauritius, St. Lucia, and Seychelles. Visitors from these countries will now be able to enter Kenya visa-free, making it easier for them to experience the country’s rich culture, stunning landscapes, and abundant wildlife.

Kenya’s decision to drop the entry fee is part of a broader effort to boost tourism and attract more visitors to the country. The move has been praised by travel industry experts, who believe that it will help Kenya compete more effectively in the global tourism market.

The decision to drop the entry fee for these seven countries is expected to have a positive impact on Kenya’s tourism industry, which has been hard hit by the Covid-19 pandemic. By making it easier for visitors from these countries to travel to Kenya, the country hopes to revitalize its tourism sector and drive economic growth.

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