It is strongly recommended that travellers who have a Mozambique Consulate or Embassy in their country of residence, obtain their visa prior to travel. The only exemptions are for travellers with no Mozambique Consulate or Embassy in their country of residence, or where circumstances for not obtaining a visa prior to arrival can be motivated. Visas issued at border posts are done at the discretion of the immigration officer upon arrival. Travellers should also check the conditions of carriage for their travel service provider, as some airlines may require that a visa is presented prior to a passenger boarding.
Visas may be obtained at one of the 44 border posts, at a cost of $50 and allow dual entry within a 30-day period.
Dana Tours takes no responsibility for incorrect visa information which can be changed at any time. It is the traveller’s responsibility to confirm updated visa information with their local High Commission/Embassy. Find your local office here.
On the 31st of March 2017, Mozambique instituted visas on arrival for tourists regardless of whether or not there is an embassy in their country of origin.
A Government-issued notice confirmed that citizens from countries that require visas to enter Mozambique will be able to get these on arrival at 44 border posts in Mozambique, including Maputo International Airport, and the Port of Maputo, as well as such border posts as Ressano Garcia, Goba, Ponto D’ouro, Giriyondo, Vilanculos Airport, Inhambane Airport, Beira Airport, Pemba Airport and Nampula Airport, among others.
The Visa on Arrival regime has been implemented and international visitors arriving in Mozambique will pay US$50 (or equivalent in Meticais or ZAR) for their dual-entry visa which will be valid for 30 days.
For more information about the new visa regime, contact us
Mozambique Visa Decree
List of border post decree
Dual Entry Tourist decree
Decree tourist visa fee
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