Kenya shares her borders with Ethiopia, Somalia, South Sudan, Tanzania, and Uganda; of the five bordering countries, all except South Sudan have crossing points into Kenya. Entering Kenya by land or road network will mean you have to be in Ethiopia, Somalia, Tanzania, or Uganda. Tanzania has the highest number of crossing points. Tourists can cross into the enchanted country from Tanzania at Namanga, Taveta, Isebania, Holili, Loitokitok, and at Lunga Lunga. Ethiopia has the least crossing points with just two of them, Rhamu and Moyale. Somalia has Dhobley, Lafey, El Wak, and Liboi, while Uganda has Busia, Lwakhakha, Suam, Lokitanyala, and Malaba.
Although traveling into Kenya by land offers you more spectacular sights and affords you the opportunity of been to different exciting places, the best and most convenient way of entering the country for countries who do not share borders with it is by flight. Located in the capital city of Kenya is the country’s main international airport, Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. Moi International Airport is Kenya’s largest airport offering both international and domestic flight. Also, another important Kenyan airport is Kisumu International Airport, ranking as one of the largest airports in the country. Other airports are Nanyuki Airport and Wilson Airport.
Major entry into Kenya by sea routes are for imports and other commercial purposes.