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The eVisa is the electronic visa that countries make available to travelers to facilitate the processing of visas.
When you arrive in Tanzania you will need to present your entry visa (approved prior to your trip), along with your original passport.
Depending on the visa you need to apply for, you will need to present different documentation. For ordinary e-visas, only your valid passport and proof of flight for your trip are required.
Yes, all foreign nationals need a visa or travel authorization to access Tanzania.
There are different types of visas, with different validity periods. The ordinary e-visa (the most common for tourist travel) is valid for 90 days from approval.
The maximum period of time you can stay in the country with an e-visa is 90 days.
E-visas for Tanzania are applied for online. All other visas must be processed from the Tanzanian embassy nearest to our place of residence.
There are different fees for Tanzania visas. Depending on the visa you apply for, you will be charged different government fees.
The ordinary electronic visa has a fee of 50 euros.
No. The transit visa must be applied for if you are traveling to Tanzania only as a stopover to your final destination.
There are 3 international airports through which we can enter Tanzania with an electronic visa:
- Julius Nyerere International Airport (JNIA)
- Kilimanjaro International Airport (KIA)
- Abeid Amani Karume International Airport (AAKIA)
Any person with foreign nationality who wishes to travel to Tanzania must apply for a tourist visa in any of its versions.
Depending on the reason for which we travel to the country, we will have to process a visa or another.
All visitors with an allowed nationality to apply for a eVisa, will be able to do it online, without the need to travel.
The ordinary electronic visa of Tanzania has a validity of stay in the country of 90 days maximum. The multiple entry e-visa has the same validity as the previous one, but offers the possibility of entering and leaving the country while it is in force. With the transit e-visa, you can stay a maximum of 7 days in the country before traveling to your final destination.
To apply for any type of visa, we must provide all the information requested by the government. Lying or omitting relevant information will result in the denial of the visa, and as a consequence, not being able to travel to the country.
The government reserves the right of admission even if you have an approved visa. If the authorities consider that the person traveling to Tanzania represents a threat to the security or interests of the country, they may refuse entry.