Tanzania is issuing an Electronic visa, also known as eVisa.
If you’re travelling to Tanzania and have an eVisa, you’ll be able to bypass the lengthy and sometimes confusing process of obtaining a visa before your trip.
The process is simple, but there are some essential steps to follow to get the best possible experience applying for your e-Visa.
Applicants can apply for Tanzania eVisa on the Tanzania eVisa website.
After filling in all necessary data and paying the visa fee, Tanzania immigration will issue an eVisa.
Tanzania Visa (eVisa) Application
You can now apply for an Electronic Visa to visit the United Republic of Tanzania (Tanzania Mainland and Zanzibar).
You must fill out the online form, pay the fee, and submit your application.
They notified you through emails whether your applications had been accepted or denied.
You may also TRACK their application statuses through the online system.
Tanzania eVisa Basic information
- Purpose: Tourism and Holidays
- Validity: Maximum stays for 30 days
- Destination: Tanzania and Zanzibar
- eVisa: Tanzania issues eVisa.
- Visa-free countries
- eVisa-eligible countries
- Reference visa countries
US citizens with valid passports can get many entry E-Visa for Tanzania and stay in the country for up to 90 days.
Check Tanzania Visa requirements.
To get an eVisa, you need:
- A passport valid for at least six months from the date of entry
- Airline Confirmation
- A valid email address
- Check Tanzania eVisa requirements.
- Invitation Letter, Business Registration of Inviting Company and Proof of Marriage or Spousal Relationship (if applicable)
You must be over 18 years old. If you are under 18, you will need your parent’s permission to travel alone to Tanzania. This permission can be obtained by filling out Form I-20A, “Unaccompanied Minor.”
Fill out the application form.
Now that you have selected the type of visa to apply for and have decided on the appropriate length, it’s time to fill out the application form.
This is a straightforward process that should only take a few minutes.
Once you’ve started an application and logged in, click “apply for a visa” at the top of your screen. There are two ways to complete this process:
- Complete all fields by typing in answers from memory (e.g., passport number) or using information from previous trips (e.g., countries visited).
Pay the fee.
Once you’ve answered the questions on the eVisa application and submitted it, you’ll be prompted to pay your visa fee in U.S. dollars.
The fee is charged per person, passport, visa type (single or double entry), and country of travel. You can pay by credit card or bank transfer.
If you choose to pay by bank transfer:
- Enter your payment information into the form provided;
- Click “Pay”;
- Do not click anywhere else on the page;
The next time you log in to your Skiplagged account using the same email address used for this transaction and access any other page on our website (such as looking at flight details), a pop-up window will appear, asking for confirmation that you want to proceed with this transaction.
- Ordinary ( single Entry) USD 50
- Multiple Entry USD 100
- Business Visa USD 250
- Transit Visa USD 30
- Student Visa USD 50, 250,550
NB: Students who wish to visit the United Republic for various academic issues for a period, not three months may be issued a student Visa for a fee of 50 USD. At the same time, those who come for the same purpose for a period exceeding three months will pay 250 USD. But, students who wish to pursue research will pay 550 USD and be issued a Student Visa for 2 years.
Wait for approval and your visa to be issued.
Once you submit your application, it could take 10 minutes to 10 days for the EVisa to be issued.
Once your application is approved, and the visa is issued, you’ll receive an email and text message.
The eVisa will include all necessary information about when it expires and how long it’s suitable for: You’ll have 30 days from the issue date as long as it’s used within 90 days of the issue date; if not used within 90 days of the issue date, it will expire on last day of validity.
Check Visa Status
Visa Status: For those who have applied for visas, click the link to check their statuses.
Print your eVisa.
Once you have completed this process, print your eVisa and keep it with you at all times.
Arrive in Tanzania.
You’ll need to show your passport and visa to the immigration officer when you arrive in Tanzania.
They will check that you have a return ticket, that you’re in good health and mental health, and that you can prove that you have enough funds to support yourself during your stay in Tanzania.
The Last Word
If you want to visit Tanzania, we recommend applying for an eVisa as soon as possible.
This will give you more time to prepare and research your trip to make the most of your vacation.