Here’s what you need to know before traveling to Kenya.

Can Mauritian Nationals travel to Kenya? Yes

Restrictions and requirements are subject to local change at any time. Be sure to check with your destination’s embassy or consulate before the day of travel. 

Will I need a PCR test?  Yes

Inbound & transit travellers as from 5 years must provide a negative PCR COVID-19 test result valid within 72 hours prior to departure. Test results must be uploaded and registered on before travel.

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Will I need to be vaccinated to travel there? Yes. All inbound travellers above the age of 18 must have a COVID-19 vaccination certificate. Vaccine certificates must be validated on before travel.

Will I have to undergo a quarantine or isolation? 

Only under some conditions.

Will I need a Visa? No

Will I need travel insurance? Yes

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Covid 19 Risk Level of the Country: High

What are the documents that I will need?

All travellers must complete a health surveillance form and obtain a QR code from the Trusted Travel (TT) Initiative. 

What do I need to know more? 

It is mandatory to wear a surgical mask (KN95).

Vaccination against Yellow fever is required for travelers who visited Kenya.