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Yes, you might need a valid visa to enter Rwanda depending on your nationality, and the easiest and quickest way is to apply for an e-visa or an online visa whenever possible.
The price depends on the type of visa you select in your application, there are 3 types of e-visa, East African Tourist Visa which costs 129$, Holiday/Family visit Visa which costs 79$ and the Transit Visa which costs 59$.
The validity period of the e-visa for Rwanda depends on the type of visa you select in your application, we have the following types: East African Tourist Visa (90 days from date of entry), Holiday/Family visit Visa (30 days from date of entry), Transit Visa (3 days from date of entry).
No. You do not need to attach any vaccination certificate to your application.
No vaccination is required to enter Rwanda, however, we recommend it. Please contact your country’s International Vaccination Centre for further information.
Once we have your completed application, it usually takes between 3-5 working days to receive your e-visa.
You can check the status of your application at the following link.
Yes, you need to present your printed visa and present it along with your original passport.
The visa application takes no more than 5 minutes. The approval is not immediate as it usually takes between 3-5 working days.
Most of the countries require foreign travelers to apply for some type of a visa or travel authorization before arriving to the country. To visit Rwanda, you need to apply for the Rwanda online visa (Rwanda eVisa) which is an online visa and allows you to visit Rwanda for 30 days. You can also apply for Rwanda East African visa allowing you to visit also Kenya and Uganda for 90 days or the transit visa that allows you to stay up to 3 days.
Please note that every government reserves the right to deny the entry into the country despite having approved visa. Each traveler will be processed individually upon their arrival by the immigration officer at the airport, port or border. However, this occurs mostly due to the fact the person poses a threat to security or national interests.