NTB Registration: TFA 00005 Entry formalities / Visa requirements in Mozambique
It is generally recommended that travelers obtain visas prior to travelling to Mozambique. Only South Africans do not require a visa to go on holiday in Mozambique. Tourist and Business visas are normally valid for 2 months i.e. your visa has to be used within 2 months of the issue date (with stays between 30 to 90 days). Your passport must be valid 6 months after the date of your return and must have at least 2 blank pages in it. EU emergency passports (ETD) are accepted. 30-day visas and entry can be obtained on arrival at international airports in Mozambique, including Maputo airport and Vilankulo airport as well as when crossing the border into Mozambique from neighboring countries. Visas can be paid for in USD or in South African Rands (ZAR). Tourist visa costs are per person and it is important to bring cash as the airport officials do not accept credit cards. Passport and visa requirements are liable to change at short notice! We recommend that children travel on their own passports. Visitors arriving in Vilankulo airport are also required to pay an airport tax of 10 USD per person. It is highly recommended that your passport has at least six months validity remaining after your intended date of departure from your travel destination. Immigration officials often apply different rules to those stated by travel agents and official sources); Two clear pages are required; Torn, wet, grubby passports especially where the picture or pages are damaged may be refused entry Note: Passport and visa requirements are liable to change at short notice. Travellers are advised to check their entry requirements with their embassy or consulate. Holiday Vaccinations Vaccinations are required for travel to Mozambique and you are therefore advised to speak to your doctor. We recommend getting vaccinated against hepatitis A (Gammaglobulin/Havrix) and against tetanus/diphtheria. Please note that Mozambique is a country where there is a risk of contracting Malaria, and we therefore advise you to take caution. There is no vaccine against Malaria. All Malaria prophylaxis consists in taking pills, starting 3 weeks before departure and continuing 4 weeks after your return. Some prophylactic drugs are taken once a week (Lariam), and some every day (Malarone). As a supplement you can use mosquito repellents, such as Autan, which is available over the counter in pharmacies. For more information about vaccines please speak to your doctor.
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