East African Tourist Visa – Makes – Uganda – Rwanda – Kenya Borderless
Find out How to get your East African Tourist Visa, allowing you to enter Uganda-Kenya-Rwanda.
How to get your East African Tourist Visa. You save time and money with the East African Tourist Visa makes Kenya, Uganda, and Rwanda borderless. The Visa gives you access to four countries for 100 USD, and you fill out forms when you apply – when you enter another country – it is merely an immigration entrance card, and it is welcome to Kenya, Uganda, and Rwanda.
This has long been overdue – here is the reality about cost – if you did not have a three-country visa, you would be spending more on tourist visas. This way, you have a 100USD fee that gives hassle-free entrance and re-entrance for up to 90-day multi-entry access to all three countries.
Tanzania has, until now, refused to join the East African Effort to promote East Africa as one Destination and is not a participant in the East African Visa Program. Hopefully, Tanzania will change its mind and join Uganda, Rwanda, and Kenya.
An East African Tourist Visa means borderless – hassle-free travel
Travel in East Africa has become more accessible and convenient with the borderless-borders single Tourist Visa, where you buy one VVisaand can visit three countries – Uganda, Rwanda, and Kenya.
Border-Crossings have become more relaxed in East Africa. You can fly into Entebbe-Uganda, go on Safari, and wind up in Rwanda.
Track Gorillas in both countries and fly out of Kigali back home using a single visa for both countries, yes, borderless borders have come to East Africa, and you benefit in saving both time and money.
You can visit Kenya, Uganda, and Rwanda on a single 100 USD, 90-day East African tourist visa, and it does not get any easier or less expensive.
You can fly into Kigali, Rwanda, and begin your East African Safari in the Land of a Thousand Hills, safari across the Pearl of Africa-Uganda, and end up in Magical Kenya – all with one Visa.
How to get your East African Tourist Visa for Uganda-Kenya-Rwanda
Uganda – East African Borderless Visa:
If Uganda is the first country to visit East Africa, you can obtain a Visa online with the Ugandan Immigration department.
It is the easiest and quickest way since on-arrival visas are no longer issued. The East African Visa should be applied for at the same time as you book your Safari, and you will receive an itinerary that should be used with your online Visa application.
You will also need passport photos as you submit your application. Payment is made with a credit card, and there is a small fee for using a credit card.
Rwanda – East-African Tourist Visa:
Apply Online via the Rwanda Immigration website. Similar to the single entry visa application, select the East African Tourist Visa instead of the Rwandan Tourist Visa.
Unfortunately, Rwanda, which as of January 1 – 2018, issues the regular Rwandan Tourist Visa to all arrivals, does not give the East African Visa on arrival. Rwanda Immigration needs to reconsider since Rwanda is always at the forefront of making Visas easier to obtain.
The online process with Rwanda to the state has been a nuisance to our clients; hence, we offer this workaround to those that Visit Rwanda and Uganda only. You can now explicitly ask for an East African Visa on arrival in Rwanda.
The other choice is to obtain a Rwanda Tourist Visa on Arrival. When proceeding to Uganda, obtain a Ugandan Tourist Visa at the border.
Kenya- East African Visa:
Kenya – the Goliath of Tourism in East Africa needs to seriously look at its present East African Tourist Visa Application Process for Visitors. It is the worst of all three participating countries in the East African Visa System.
While one can easily apply for a normal Kenyan E-Visa, one cannot even apply online for the East African Visa if your visit to Africa starts in Kenya. You have been greeted with this message – “Soon Coming,” which is unacceptable if you want to promote East Africa as a Single Tourist Destination.
Here is what you must do to obtain an East African Visa through Kenya: For those beginning their trip in Kenya, you can find the visa application process on the consular section of your local Kenya embassy or its website. Hopefully, there is a Kenyan Embassy or Consular Office in your country – if not – Contact Kenyan Immigration at the link above.
Visa Scams: Do not use Rwanda Travel Authorization Service or Uganda Travel Authorization Services -Clients lost money – no Visa
Get your Visa on arrival where possible- Embassies or official Country Immigration Services – but not imitation sites that take your money, and you lose your money and have no visa. Rwanda Travel Authorization Service is not based in Rwanda but operates out of Spain.
They also have an Uganda Travel Authorization Site. We have been asked to link this page and others to their page, which we refused even though we were offered pay-for-click-throughs. Rwanda and Uganda suggest not using an online 3rd Party Visa issuance agency.
Discover Uganda – The Pearl of Africa
We invite you to visit Uganda- Africa’s Premier Gorilla and Chimpanzee Destination plus Wildlife, Scenic Wonders, Volcanoes, the Rwenzori Mountains of the Moon, the River Nile, but most of all, friendly, welcoming people.
Uganda is one of the Safest, most secure, and most stable countries in Africa, below the radar for many, off-the-beaten Tourism Track for most, where safe Gorilla Trekking is still affordable with its 600 USD Gorilla Permits.
Winston Churchill, in 1907 during his African Travels, fell in love with Uganda and popularized the phrase – “The Pearl of Africa,” which has remained so until this day. It was he who said.
“For magnificence, variety of form and color, for the profusion of brilliant life — bird, insect, reptile, beast — for vast scale — Uganda is true “the Pearl of Africa.”
The Kingdom of Uganda is a fairy tale. The scenery is different, the climate is different, and most of all, the people are other than anything elsewhere to be seen in the whole range of Africa….what message I bring back…. concentrate on Uganda.
From end to end, Uganda is a ‘beautiful garden’ where the ‘staple food’ of the people grows almost without labor. Does it not sound like a paradise on earth? It is the Pearl of Africa.”
If you have further questions about the East African Tourist Visa, please get in touch with us – if you are our client, we will help our clients with the Visa application