Belize Visa Information

 
   
 
 
 
     
 

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Belize is a tourist destination where you'll never be bored. You can zipline through the jungle, birdwatch, or lounge on the beach after a delicious seaside meal. But perhaps the most exciting part of Belize is what's underwater, as the nation boasts the second largest coral reef in the world just off shore. Needless to say, every visitor should give snorkeling a try while in Belize!

Before planning out your trip, there are a few things that you should know regarding visas in Belize.

Like most countries, the visa policy of Belize has a list of visa-exempt states. In fact, the citizens of 101 nations and jurisdictions can enter Belize without a visa and remain there for a period that cannot exceed 90 days. However, everyone not on this list is required to go to the nearest diplomatic mission of Belize and apply for a visa in-person.

In order to find out if your country of origin is visa-exempt or not, you can use the Visa Checker Tool we have created (it's located in the top right corner of this page). All you need to do is choose your country of origin from the drag-down menu and select Belize as your destination. In seconds you'll know whether you require a visa or not. In the event that you needing a visa, we provide a list of embassies closest to you.

Some nationalities are not only required to obtain a visa for Belize, but they also must obtain security clearance. For example, the citizens of Afghanistan, Algeria, Bangladesh, and 16 other countries need to go through this procedure.

At the moment, iVisa does not process visa applications for Belize, but we are still happy to any and every traveler. That is why we have a free support service that we put at your disposal 24/7 to answer any questions you may have about the visa process.

As far as the requirements are concerned, it is always best to contact the embassy of your destination country. They can provide you with reliable and updated info. But one thing is certain: you'll need a passport valid for at least 6 months from your planned date of arrival in Belize. Proof of financial means will also be asked of you when you arrive in Belize. You must have at least $75 per day available for the length of your whole trip. Lastly, you must have documentation of travel to another destination, or a return flight. For more information, please contact the embassy.

Although we cannot yet process your Belize visa application, we hope the above information helps! As soon as we can process visas for Belize, we would be more than happy to provide assistance every step of the way.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The Belize Health Declaration Form is a new travel document that all travelers must fill in before entering Belize. Among this form, you’ll also have to download an app that includes geo-tracking functionality. This tracking functionality will assist local public health officials in monitoring and contact tracing, where necessary, as outlined in terms and conditions of the application.

Start your online application here.

Take into account that the Belize Health Declaration Form is not a visa replacement. In case you need a visa to visit Belize, the immigration officers will ask for it as soon as you arrive in the country. We recommend you visit the embassy if you need a paper visa.

Yes, all passengers must complete the online health declaration form within 72 hours before arriving in Belize.

Apply for your Belize Health Declaration Form here.