The Mozambique government has announced a 30-day tourist visa is now available at borders for all visitors. It has been officially gazetted that all tourists entering Mozambique will be able to obtain a tourist visa on arrival. The price of the visa is US$50 and is payable in cash.
The Mozambican government has doubled the cost of entry visas with immediate effect under a decree jointly signed by Economy and Finance Minister, Adriano Maleiane, and Interior Minister, Basilio Monteiro.
All single-entry visas applied for in foreign travellers’ countries of origin will be affected by the fee increases.
At the current exchange rate, the cost of single-entry visas valid for 30 days jumps from US$50 to US$102, while a visa valid for between 31 and 60 days will now cost US$203.
Visas valid for between 61 and 90 days now cost US$305.
Border visas – which can be obtained on entry to Mozambique by land, sea or air – remain unaffected.
Please see an abbreviated list of Mozambique entry borders Issuing 30-day Tourist Visas with effect from 02 March 2017
- Maputo Airport
- Vilanculous Airport
- Inhambane Airport
- Pemba Airport
- Beira Airport
- Tete Airport
- Nampula Airport
- Nacala Airport
- Giriyondo Border (South Africa)
- Ressano Garcia Border (South Africa)
- Ponta do Ouro Border (South Africa)
- Goba Border (Swaziland)
- Namaacha Border (Swaziland)
- Zobue Border (Malawi)
- Milange Border (Malawi)
- Mandimba Border (Malawi)
- Machipanda Border (Zimbabwe)
- Nyampanda Border (Zimbabwe)
- Chicualacuala Border (Zimbabwe)
- Chimefusa Border (Zambia)
This is an incredibly important step in restoring demand and confidence for tourists and travellers to Mozambique.
The gazette information is found here