Kenya Transit visa cost

Kenya Transit visa cost
iVisa | Updated on Feb 13, 2019

One of the things that travelers are concerned about is the cost of their travel documents. If you plan to transit Kenya but not spend more than 72 hours in the country, you need to apply for a Kenya Transit Visa. Lucky for you, the document is available online, and it does not cost very much. iVisa has competitive prices so that you can obtain your visa as fast as possible at reasonable prices. Please keep in mind that such a document is not necessary if you do not plan to leave the airport between your connecting flights.


There is one factor that influences the cost of a Kenya Transit visa. We are referring to the processing time option an applicant selects during the online application process. Since the visa is not yet live on iVisa, unfortunately, we cannot give you the exact fees. However, what we can tell you is that iVisa allows you to choose between three processing time options. They are as follows:

  • Standard processing – usually the cheapest option, but the slowest as well.
  • Rush processing – the in-between option
  • Super Rush processing – the fastest and most expensive option.

Each processing time is designed to satisfy a set of needs. Not everyone has enough time at their disposal to opt for the Standard option, in which case they can get their visa sooner. Of course, the faster you want your Kenya Transit Visa, the more you have to pay for it. It is merely common sense.

What you should know that the Kenya Transit Visa cost consists of two parts. The first one is static, as in it always remains the same. However, the second part is the one that changes with each processing time. This is the service fee that one applicant owes to iVisa for the services rendered.

One thing that will make you happy is that with iVisa, there are no hidden costs when it comes to your Kenya Transit Visa. Whatever sum you will be displayed at the moment of your application will also appear on your mobile banking app or bank statement. At iVisa, we do not practice surcharges or hidden fees. We want our customers to trust us 100%.

As far as the method of payment is concerned, iVisa is quite open to options. Of course, you are free to use conventional means of payment such as a credit or a debit card, but we also take PayPal, Alipay, and WeChat. We encourage you to use whichever method you think is most convenient for you.

We may not be able to display the precise Kenya Transit visa cost at the moment because it is not live yet, but we can give you some reassurance that iVisa has always practiced fair and affordable prices. There is no reason why this document would break this rule of ours, which is why we invite you to use our services and apply for a Kenya Transit visa as soon as it becomes available.

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