Burundi Visa Information

 
   
 
 
 
     
 

Learn More: Travel Visa

More information coming soon!
Required Documents to Apply
Important Instructions

Burundi is an East African country with some strong cultural ties to Central Africa. Like many other countries on the African Continent, it is rich in culture and wildlife. With the ecologically diverse Tanzania as one of its neighbors, Burundi is the home to many rare species. Though there isn't much formal tourism (museums, recreation centers, etc.) and not many touristic landmarks, the nation's nature reserves and national parks remain its main attractions.

As far as its visa policy is concerned, Burundi has a similar application process, although it is one of the most restrictive in the world. Only 6 nationalities (all African) can enter Burundi without a visa These countries are: Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya, Rwanda, South Sudan, Tanzania, and Uganda. The rest of the world is required to apply for a visa at the nearest embassy or diplomatic mission. In Europe, you can apply for a Burundi visa at the Burundi Embassy in Belgium.

Use our Visa Checker Tool to find out whether or not you must apply for a Burundi tourist visa. Our tool also lists the nearest embassies for you to apply in-person, as well as providing contact information. So, simply select your country of origin, pick Burundi as your destination, and you will get what you need.

We regret to tell you that currently iVisa does not process visa applications for Burundi. It is rather difficult to get a visa on arrival for Burundi, let alone an electronic visa. Nonetheless, we at iVisa want to help with whatever information we can give you. Thus, our support service is available 24/7 and is entirely free of charge.

One thing to keep in mind before applying is changes in the nation's visa requirement laws. We recommend that you contact the embassy to find out exactly what is needed of you. The information you read online should be used just as a reference. Nevertheless, we are sure that you need a passport with at least one blank page and a minimum of validity of 6 months from your date of arrival in Burundi. For more information and specifics, you should call the embassy and find out.

Although we cannot help you with the Burundi visa application process, we hope that the above information is helpful. As soon as electronic visas are available for Burundi, iVisa will be able to help you every step of the way. Until then, we wish you a smooth application process at the embassy.

Testimonials
Our customers have great stories about us