"The Border land... between Kenya and Tanzania" Namanga by Durfun

Namanga Travel Guide: 1 reviews and 0 photos

Get your passports out..

This is where you end up if going to Kenya from Tanzania by road.
We had to jump off our coaches, get our passports out & queue up.

This was quite a fun experience, as we walk a bit to the 'cabins' for the visa procedure.

Best is to get a transit visa, costing 20USD.

Countries without borders!

Once you get your passports stamped, you board your coaches, get driven a short distance, only to jump off again... for re-stamping!

And then.. you're done! You have successfully entered another country!!

How to 'fill' your passport!

This is the quickest way to 'populate' your pasport!!
I thoroughly enjoyed the experience, how I crossed borders!

Pros and Cons
  • Pros:A fun & unique experience!
  • Cons:Dusty... and some waiting required..
  • In a nutshell:Hot & dusty!
  • Last visit to Namanga: Jul 2002
  • Intro Updated Dec 30, 2005
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  • lmkluque's Profile Photo
    Nov 16, 2013 at 8:02 AM

    So, does this mean that you just drove thought Kenya with only the hop-off hop-on experience?

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