There are several places on the African continent that you can enter without any type of visa, many countries like Swaziland do not put limits, while others like Zimbabwe limit the amount of local currency that can be exported; So today we will provide you with a list with the pertinent data to take into account to plan your trip:

  • Botswana: 90 day stay limit
  • Burundi: Visa issued on arrival for USD $ 90
  • Cape Verde: Visa issued on arrival
  • Comoros: Visa issued on arrival
  • Ivory Coast: Visa issued electronically
  • Egypt: Visa valid for 30 days issued on arrival for USD $ 20
  • Ethiopia: Visa issued on arrival for 3 months for USD $ 20
  • Guinea-Bissau: Visa valid for 30 days issued on arrival for USD € 85
  • Kenya: Visa valid for 3 months issued on arrival for USD $ 50
  • Madagascar: Visa valid for 90 days issued on arrival for MGA 140,000
  • Morocco: Stay time limit 3 months
  • Mauritania: Visa valid for 30 days issued on arrival
  • Mayotte: 90-day stay limit
  • Mozambique: Visa valid for 30 days issued on arrival for USD $ 25
  • Meeting: 90-day stay limit
  • Rwanda: Visa issued electronically
  • Sao Tome and Principe: Visa issued electronically
  • Senegal: Visa issued electronically
  • Seychelles: Stay time limit 1 month
  • Somalia: Visa valid for 30 days issued on arrival only if you obtain an invitation letter from a sponsor and it has been presented to the Airport Immigration Department at least 2 days prior to arrival
  • Tanzania: Visa valid for 3 months issued on arrival for USD $ 50
  • Togo: Visa valid for 7 days issued on arrival for XOF 10,000 ~ 35,000
  • Tunisia: 90 days
  • Uganda: Visa valid for 3 months issued on arrival for USD $ 50
  • Djibouti: Visa valid for 1 month issued on arrival for DJF 5,000
  • Zambia: Visa valid for 3 months issued on arrival for USD $ 50
  • Zimbabwe: Visa issued electronically