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do I need visas for Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Egypt?

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I an a usa citizen traveling on a usa passport.

I will travel to Greece, Egypt, then Kenya, then Rwanda, then back to Nairobi, and then to Tanzania, and finally back to Kenya and return to Egypt and Greece and home to the usa.

Where do I go for visas? I know I can send away for them in the usa to each embassy - but this requires sending off my pasport and that takes time and is risking losing a passport in the mail or at some embassy.

Can I make it easier to get them by buying them at each airport since all transportation between countries is national airlines? Does it cost more and does it ad much time to the airport experience or is it easy?

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