I am an American citizen booked for an escorted safari in Tanzania and Kenya, beginning in Arusha, Tanzania, and ending in Nairobi, Kenya. I have already obtained a visa for entry into Tanzania and a single entry visa into into Kenya. However, I have just realized that my flight on British Air into Africa takes me from London to Nairobi, landing at 9:30 pm. My flight for Arusha leaves at 6:30 pm the following day, necessitating an overnight in Nairobi. I have been told that because I will be leaving the airport, rather than sleeping on a bench overnight, I will need a second visa, and that would have to be a multiple entry visa. I can't seem to find someone to give me some clarification about my Kenyan visa. Will my single entry visa work even though I will actually be entering Kenya two times? There is a note on the Washington, DC Kenyan consulate website that states, "Single entry visa would allow re-entry to Kenya from any of the following East African countries (Uganda, Tanzania,... " etc.Does this mean that my single visa will allow me to reenter Kenya a week later? Or, will I have to get a transit visa? I cannot get a definitive answer from anyone in my travel company or their liasons in the travel document business. Some say I should have gotten a multiple entry visa. Others say that I should have a transit visa and a single entry visa, but because I got a single entry visa first, I am unable to get a transit visa. Oh brother!!! If I need some other sort of visa, in addition to the one I already have, can I get it at the Nairobi airport rather than going through the hassle of resending my passport to the embassy in Washington?? Is there anyone out there who has gone through this experience.? Help!!!