Are you aware there are African countries you can visit without any need for Kenyan Visa? Yes, you simply pack, take an Uber to the airport and fly to these countries. We have the list.

The main reason Kenyans would visit other countries will be for tourism reasons. In that regard, our analysis will include the number of months you can stay in the country, the country capital and the popular tourist attractions.

Below are the 14 countries that are that generous to Kenyans.

  1. Botswana (3 months)

With Kenyan Passport, you can visit landlocked Botswana. The capital city is Gaborone. Tourist attractions include national parks, game reserves, Khama Rhino sanctuary.

  1. Burundi (3 months)

You can visit landlocked Burundi with a Kenyan passport for up to 90days. The capital city is Gitega. Main tourist destinations are national parks (Rusizi National park and Kibria), Natural reserves (Lake Rwihinda, Vyanda, and Bururi), and beach (sega).

  1. Benin (3 months)

With Kenyan passport, you can visit Benin, the Nigerian neighbor for 90 days. Benin’s capital city is Porto-Norvo. Main tourist attractions include the slave route, African museum, and national parks.

  1. Swaziland (1 month)

A Kenyan passport is enough to visit landlocked Swaziland. Swaziland is a monarch state thus headed by King. Mbabane is the capital city. Tourist attractions include National parks, game reserves, wild sanctuary, and Swaziland festivals.

  1. Ethiopia (1 year)

Our neighbor Ethiopia is the most generous country to Kenyans. If you have a Kenyan passport, you can walk or fly there and stay there for up to a year. Addis Ababa is the country capital.

Main tourist attractions include National parks, the Blue Nile falls, Nature reserve, and nightlife.

  1. Gambia (3 months)

With Kenyan passport, you can visit the Gambia for 90 days. Banjul is the country capital. Tourist destinations include Albert market, Abuko Nature reserve, Kachikally museum, and Chimpanzee Rehabilitation camp.

  1. Lesotho (3 months)

If you have a Kenyan passport, you can visit landlocked Lesotho for 90 days. The capital city is Maseru city. Tourist attractions include National park, Morija museum and Katse dam among others.

  1. Mauritius (3 months)

With Kenyan passport, you can fly Mauritius. Port Louis is the county capital. Mauritius is a popular tourist destination by Kenyans.

Main tourist destinations include beaches, waterfalls, crocodile park, museums, and markets.

  1. Namibia (3 months)

If you hold a Kenyan passport, you can visit the southern Africa Namibia for a maximum of 90 days. Windhoek is the country capital.

Tourist attractions include Etosha National Park, beaches, Cape Fur Seals in Cape Cross, Namib Desert, and Caprivi Strip.

  1. Rwanda (6 months)

You can visit the Kagame led Rwanda for 6 months. Kigali, the cleanest city is the country capital.

Tourist attractions include Volcanoes National Park, Karisoke Research Center, Lake Kivu, Akagera & Nyungwe National Park, and Sorwathe Tea plantation among others.

  1. Senegal (3 months)

If you hold Kenyan passport you can visit West-Africa Senegal for up to 90 days. Dakar is the country capital. Tourist attractions include Goree Island, Pink Lake, cap Skirring, and Saloum Delta National Park.

  1. Tanzania (3 months)

You can drive or cross to our neighbors Tanzania and stay there for 3 months if you hold a Kenyan passport. Dodoma is the capital city unlike what many think Dar es Salaam.

Many tourist attractions include sandy beaches, Serengeti national parks, Zanzibar Island, Mt. Kilimanjaro, Ngorongoro Conservation, and Mafia Island among others.

  1. Zambia (3 months)

With Kenyan passport, you can visit Zambia for 3 months without the need for any visa. Zambia is the country capital.

Tourist attraction includes Victoria Falls, National Park, Kafue National Park, Kariba Dam, and National Parks (Kasanka, North Luangwa, Liuwa plain, and Kafue) among others.

  1. Zimbabwe (3 months)

If you have a valid Kenyan passport, you can fly directly to Zimbabwe anytime. Harare is the country capital.

Tourist attractions include National Parks (Hwange, Matobo, and Kazuma Pan), and Chinhoyi Caves. Zimbabwe has the largest number of Elephants in Africa.