Mozambique seeks to boost tourism with Visa on Arrival


(Posted 06th May 2017)

The government of Mozambique has now, for a significant number of nationalities, introduced Visa on Arrival, doing away with the cumbersome method of tourists having to apply in advance given the lack of global diplomatic representation.
44 border posts have been designated for the purpose including all the international airports such as Maputo but also Pemba, Nampula, Beira, Vilanculos and Inhambane. In addition have key land border posts been designated for the purpose including land borders from South Africa, Zimbabwe and Tanzania. Visa on Arrival are also available at the port of Maputo to encourage cruise ship stops and enable visitors to come on shore without the previous bureaucracy involved.
The cost of a Visa, which allows entry and one additional re-entry, was given as US Dollars 50 per person.

Mozambique’s tourism industry has welcomed the move and is looking at vastly improved arrival figures for the years ahead even though language challenges remain a factor as the penetration of English remains relatively low.


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