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The visa for Madagascar is composed of 2 parts. In 2017, the Republic of Madagascar launched a system to obtain electronic visas for tourism purposes only. You must first apply for a boarding authorization, which has a processing cost of 29 euros. Once you receive your boarding authorization, you must print it out and present it at your arrival in Madagascar, where you will pay the entry fees which are 35 or 40 euros depending on the duration of your visa.
No vaccination is required to travel to Madagascar, however, depending on your country of origin, there may be some recommended vaccinations. We recommend you to contact your country’s International Vaccination Centre for more information before travelling.
Yes, you must print your boarding authorization and present it at your arrival in Madagascar, where you will be charged entry fees.
Once your date of entry to the country is known, we recommend you to apply for your visa at least 15 days before your departure date.
There are 2 different visas to choose from, depending on the duration period you need to be within the country, the 30 day tourist visa and the 60 day tourist visa.
Yes you need a valid visa for Madagascar, and you can do it through two steps. First, you apply for the visa online, then you receive a boarding authorization, which you must present at your arrival in the country, where you will complete the process.
You need both. You must apply for a boarding authorization online, and then, you must present this authorization and your passport in order to complete the processing of your visa at your arrival in Madagascar. Your passport must be valid for more than 6 months from the date of your entry.
The validity depends on the type of visa you select. There are two tourist visas, one with a 30-day validity and the other with a 60-day validity.
Your passport must be valid for more than 6 months starting from your date of entry to the country.
No, the tourist visa is expressly for tourism purposes. If you want to work in Madagascar, you must apply for a work visa at your embassy.
It is necessary to apply for a landing permit to visit Madagascar. You must apply for this permit if your access to the country is by air. You will then carry your approved landing permit so that you can exchange it for the final visa once you arrive in Madagascar.
Once in the country, the government authorities will exchange your permit for the tourist visa you have requested, which can be for 30 or 60 days. There is also the option of extending its validity to a maximum of 90 days once in the country.
You must process your application for landing with the correct information, and without omitting data that may be relevant to the interests of the country. If your application is not accurate, you will not be able to obtain the final tourist visa, which may mean that you will be refused entry to the country.