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Do you need more information? See our complete guide: How to get a visa for Uganda
Yes, most travelers need a valid visa or e-visa to travel to Uganda. Some nationalities are exempt, but you can consult our eligibility checker to see if you need one.
The cost depends on the type of visa you select, we have the tourist visa, with a total cost of 79 $/USD /£, we also have the transit visa, with a total cost of 68 $/USD /£, the multi-entry visa for 1-12 months, with a total cost of 129 US$/£, the 12-24 month multi-entry visa with a total cost of 179 US$/£ and finally the East African tourist visa with a total cost of 129 US$/£. All prices include fees and processing.
The validity period depends on the type of visa you select, the first is the tourist visa, which is valid for 90 days from the date of entry to the country, then we have the transit visa, which is valid for 24 hours, we also have the multi-entry visa from 1-12 days, with a maximum stay of 12 months, the multi-entry visa of 12-24 days, with a maximum validity of 24 months, and finally the East African tourist visa which is valid for 90 days from the date of entry to any of the countries where the visa is valid: Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda.
Yes, you need to be vaccinated against yellow fever in order to enter Uganda. People who do not present a yellow fever vaccination certificate will be refused entry to the country.
You must be vaccinated against yellow fever, we also recommend that you contact your country’s International Vaccination Centre to find out if another type of vaccine is advisable.
Once you submit your application, the waiting time for approval is usually 4 to 6 days.
No, you do not need to send your passport to apply for a visa online, and we do not recommend sending an official document by mail.
You can check the status of your e-visa on our website where you can access your panel using your application ID number (the code you get when you submit your application). You can consult the status of your application anytime you wish.
Yes, you need to present your printed visa for Uganda.
Submitting your application will take no more than 5 minutes once you have all the requested documents at hand.
The different types of eVisa offered by the Ugandan government are processed online, without having to go to the embassy to get one. In Visagov, the application form has been simplified to help the user with possible errors that could jeopardise the approval of the application. You will be able to complete it in only a few minutes in your own language.
You must print out the approved document and present it together with your passport on arrival. Please note that each government reserves the right of admission to the country. If you lie on the form or omit relevant information that may pose a threat to the security of the country, you will not be allowed access to Uganda, even if your visa is approved.