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Do you need more information? See our complete guide: How to get a visa for Djibouti
All foreigners traveling to Djibouti for tourism or business purposes need a valid e-visa to enter the country.
If you come from a country where yellow fever is endemic, you will need to provide proof of yellow fever vaccination once you arrive in Djibouti.
After you submit your application, the waiting time for approval is usually 2 to 4 working days.
On our website, you can access your panel with your application ID number (the code you get when you submit your application), where you can consult the status of your application at all times.
Yes, you have to present your printed visa, as well as the receipt of your payment.
The period of validity of your e-visa depends on the visa that you will request when filling out the form. You can choose between a transit visa which will be valid for 14 days or a tourist visa valid for 90 days.
The approval for your visa will not be immediate, it usually takes between 2 to 4 working days.
Submitting your application will take no more than 5 minutes once you have all the requested documents.
All foreign citizens travelling to Djibouti must apply for a visa at the embassy or an electronic visa before entering the country.
The only nationalities exempt from visa requirements are Singapore and China. All other citizens are required to apply for a visa. Most nationalities can apply for a visa online, which has been available since 2018. This visa greatly speeds up the application process and avoids unnecessary travel.
Depending on which Djibouti e-Visa you apply for, it will allow you a 14- or 90-day tourist or business stay. In either case, the visa allows only a single entry to the country.
To be approved for an entry visa, you must not have a criminal record or any outstanding debt to the government of Djibouti. The government authorities reserve the right of admission and will deny entry to the country, even with an approved visa, to persons who may represent a threat to national security or interests.