I already have my travel document, what should I do next?

Modified on Wed, 19 Jun at 9:51 AM

Q. I already have travel document, what should I do next?

A. Once you have obtained your travel document for the selected country, the next steps depend on your travel plans and purpose of visit. Here are some common next steps:


  • Check your entry requirements. 
    Be sure that you have all your required documents in order to entry the country including the passport, the expected arrival confirmation, the accommodation, the flight tickets (both inbound and outbound ticket) and any other mandatory document.
  • Travel plans:
    Confirm your travel itinerary including the flight details, the accommodation and the transportation within the country.
  • Sanitary precautions:
    Check any requirement or health recommendation to travel, such as vaccines or health insurance. Keep up to date to any restriction or guideline.
  • Currency and finances:
    Consider your needs and plan accordingly. It is advisable to have some local currency for immediate expenses upon arrival.
  • Contact information: 
    Have the contact information of your accommodation, embassy or local consulate and any emergency contact at hand.
  • Travel insurance: 
    Consider taking out travel insurance to cover any unexpected event or emergency during your trip.
  • Local traditions and laws: 
    Familiarize yourself with the traditions, the laws and cultural norms of the country to ensure a respectful and pleasant visit.
  • Stay informed: 
    Stay informed of any updates or changes to travel advisories, entry requirements as well as local conditions prior to your trip. 


By following these steps, you can ensure a smooth and enjoyable travel experience to Kenya with your ETA already in hand. Safe travels!

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