Zimbabweans Exempt from Kenya’s ETA Fee

Written by on May 15, 2024

By Charity Chikara


The East African nation has scrapped the Electronic Travel Authorization (ETA) fee for Zimbabwean nationals, eliminating a financial hurdle for visitors.

Previously, Zimbabweans needed pre-approval through the ETA system, which also involved a fee. This recent change allows them to apply for authorization through a digital platform for identification purposes, simplifying the travel process.

The Kenyan Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Trade announced the revised process, citing an aim to attract more Zimbabwean tourists and bolster economic ties between the two countries.

Stressing that this move is expected to streamline travel and potentially lead to a rise in tourism, benefiting both Kenya and Zimbabwe.

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