I absolutely enjoy travelling. Like me, you probably have a bucket list of all the countries you’d love to visit one day. Mauritius maybe? However, Visa as a top requirement puts off so many people, more-so the entire process needed to acquire one.
But what if I told you, you could go to Mauritius with your Kenyan passport. Yeeeesss. You can! Well, read on as I tell you more on this.
Where You Can Travel To With Your Kenyan Passport
Kenyans can nowadays travel freely in 65 countries of four continents. In the ranking of freedom of movement, this ranks Kenya at 68th place.
From dream destinations in remote islands, to large nations with strong economic growth and of course through our close African neighbors, the Kenyan traveler is spoiled for choice if he decides to travel for tourism reasons, for health reasons, for studying abroad, for shopping or doing business.
These 65 countries to which you can decide, without any form of prior formality, to fly for a stay generally limited to 90 days sometimes speak English, French, Portuguese, Arabic, Spanish, Chinese or even Kiswahili
Commonly known as The Nature Island, Dominica juts up from the glistening waters of the Caribbean to serve as a beacon for world revelers and travelers seeking solace in a place that time has forgotten. One of the best-kept secrets of the Caribbean, the island is a verdant tapestry of lush rainforests, towering mountains, rushing rivers, welcoming waterfalls, and volcanic wonders—everything you need to rejuvenate your mind and body.
With lush rainforests, incredible volcanic landscapes and rugged bays, it looked wild – like a little Jurassic Park! There are nine volcanoes, 365 rivers, 18 named waterfalls and one boiling lake (the second largest in the world after Frying Pan Lake in New Zealand). If you love adventures, this is the island for you.
Somewhere just off the island chain, you’ll find Barbados! Surrounded by the crystal-clear waters of the Caribbean sea, Barbados has something for every kind of traveller: the foodie, the explorer, the historian and the adventurer!
Did you know Barbados is the Birthplace of RUM…..
Each place in Barbados has a story, every meal is a celebration, and each day promises new experiences, discoveries and memories to last a lifetime. Many expect Barbados to be a once-in-a-lifetime type of trip, but quickly discover that it is the kind of place you want to return to, time and time again. With so much to do, it is probably pretty obvious now why travelers keep coming back!
Mauritius is a unique holiday destination, seamlessly blending different cultures into a rich melting pot of beautiful beaches, luxurious hotels and exciting tourist attractions. Here are 8 reasons why you should visit Mauritius, though there are many more!
Mauritius offers a wealth of natural beauty and exciting activities for every traveller. Visit the island’s several unique natural features, including the 7-Coloured Earths of Chamarel, the Black River Gorges and two UNESCO World Heritage status monuments.
Nowhere be like Africa. Nowhere be like home.
Bordering Mozambique, in the southeast of Africa, the lush and mountainous Kingdom of Swaziland, now officially called eSwatini, is Africa’s last absolute monarchy. This small but scenically beautiful country of emerald peaks, rivers, ravines, rolling valleys, and waterfalls is a hiker’s eden.
As one of the few remaining monarchies in Africa, culture and heritage are deeply engrained in all aspects of Swazi life, ensuring an unforgettable experience for all who visit. As well as the rich culture, the overwhelming friendliness of the people makes all visitors feel truly welcome and very safe.
Okay, okay, to be honest, I would love to witness the wife choosing ceremony. That’s why Swaziland tops my list.
Here’s a summary of more countries you can visit based on theme
You can travel to Hong Kong, Singapor and Indonesia. The three are major financial and industrial centers. There, everything is manufactured, everything is exchanged, everything is imported and exported.
Among the world’s top tourist places accessible to Kenyans without a visa and in which it is possible to fly by direct flight or with a single connection there are of course Bali in Indonesia, Mauritius or St. Vincent and Grenadine in the Caribbean.
Those who wish to stay in the English-speaking world will be able to choose Ghana known for its dynamic schools and universities as well as for its quality of life and pleasant climate. Others may try the language experience of studying Spanish in Panama or French in Senegal.
Tunisia has a place and a reputation in the world of medical tourism. State-of-the-art clinics provide access to the most modern treatments at reasonable prices and cosmetic surgery.
*Please note that among the 69 countries, 29 of them need a Visa on arrival. These are Mali, Sudan, Sierra Leonne, Nigeria, Maldives, Nepal, Seychelles, Cape Verde, Madagascar, Mozambique… to name a few.