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Due to recent measures taken by governments to tackle Covid-19, visitors will be required to present Health Declarations, Medical Declarations, or Self-Declarations Health Form for entry Congo. iVisa.com, in its effort to help all customers fulfill their travel dreams, designed these required documents for you to travel safely.

It DOES NOT replace a visa. If your country requires a visa, the immigration officers will ask for your Visa when you enter the country. Keep in mind some nationalities will require a paper visa. If that is your case, we suggest you contact your local embassy.

Required Documents to Apply
  • None

Important Instructions
  • Only complete this form if you are planning to travel within the next 3 months. Requests to travel outside of 3 months will not be considered. Check the website regularly as travel restrictions are subject to change.

  • All travelers arriving in Congo must undertake a mandatory 14-day quarantine at designated facilities in their port of arrival.

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Congo is one of the most impressive countries in Africa. It has had a troubled history which makes it one of the least-visited tourist destinations in the world, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy a wonderful vacation here. The infrastructure can be limited in terms of transport, which is a real adventure for many backpackers keen to get a sense of the real Congo away from the Belgian colonial background. If you’ve read about the mysterious Congo River in the Heart of Darkness by novelist Joseph Conrad then you might feel the same burning desire to understand its unknown swirling waters.

Get the Congo Health Declaration in order to enjoy a smooth landing in Congo. You don’t need to worry about long embassy queues or making mistakes and receiving error messages when you apply with iVisa.com. Our team of visa experts will review your Congo Health Declaration before we submit it to the relevant authorities, which means you’re more likely to enjoy success the first time round. The Health Declaration at iVisa.com is a simplified version of the official application. We have all the official permissions we need to process the Congo Health Declaration on your behalf. Applying with iVisa.com means you can cut out any stressful, unnecessary questions and banish niggling doubts that are stopping you from enjoying your Congo adventure to the fullest.

Kinshasa is the capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo and is less popular with tourists than the lakeside town of Goma. You will have a wonderful time here, drinking coffee and checking out the locals, who hurry through the streets in a flurry of colour. They are notoriously friendly, and everyone from the shop owner to the hotelier will be keen to greet you and provide a Congolese welcome. This capital is a busy trade spot, so you’ll see people from all over the country, as well as Africa, passing through here. It can be a whirlwind stop off, so take time out from all the excitement by visiting the biggest park in the area, Parc de la Vallee de la Nsele. Easily accessible by car, and located only 40 kilometres away, you’ll be able to spend a fun morning here (best to arrive before lunch as the animals are sleeping in the afternoon) checking out the lions, zebras, hippos and rhinos. We recommend you keep an eye out for overhanging tree branches if you’re sitting on the raised seats of the safari tour as they could take your head off if you’re not careful. You can also take in views of the Nsele River here.

Goma is a place unlike anywhere in Congo.This border town is occupied by more expats than anywhere else in the country, which gives it an almost cosmopolitan atmosphere. The city centre is new, having been reconstructed after the 2002 eruption of nearby Nyiragongo volcano and it is picture perfect. Le Chalet is a highly rated restaurant that serves pizza, pasta and typically European dishes to satisfy all tastes. You’ll find lots of cute cafes and restaurants to hang out in while you get ready to head out of town on a trek of the Rwenzori Mountains or plan a few days in the Virunga National Park.

Virunga is a must-see stop off for your Congo itinerary. Deemed Africa’s most biodiverse protected area, over 30% of the world’s wild mountain gorillas are being conserved from poachers and trafficking here. They are well-known for being friendly, intelligent creatures and if you’re lucky enough to encounter them on a visit to the park then you’ll have unforgettable memories to last a lifetime. Giant forest hogs, along with other African mammals can be spotted on a safari tour of the Ishasha Plains here. There are a variety of accommodation options for all budgets provided at the park so you can get even closer to nature.

Getting a taste of Congolese cuisine is another wonderful way to learn more about this fascinating place. You’ll never be short of a mango here, and they’re often served liberally at any meal time. Did you know mango could be eaten warm with meat? It really is delicious. Moambe chicken is the national dish here. The meat is stewed with palm butter (moambe) and other spices and generally comes with rice and boiled cassava leaves (saka saka). The flavour of the moambe gives it a distinctive flavour that you’re guaranteed to love. Another hearty recipe that you’ll find in any Congolese home or traditional restaurant is Fumbwa. Perhaps more recognisable to you and I as spinach, this vegetarian stew is boiled up with tomatoes and onions. Sometimes catfish is added for extra variety as well as palm oil for flavour. You’ll be dying to make your own version of this again once you get back home.

If you want to get the Congo Health Declaration in the easiest and simplest way possible, you should open the Health Declaration on the iVisa.com website. You’ll see that you don’t need a long list of attachments to fill it in, simply enter your personal and trip details. We require applicants to have a passport, an email address and an online payment method. Once you’ve filled in the Congo Health Declaration with the information that is requested, you should check the spelling. Pay particular attention to the spelling of the email address, as this is how we will contact you if we need to discuss any potential issues. The second stage of this user-friendly way of getting the Congo Health Declaration is deciding how soon you need it. We can process with Standard, Rush or Super Rush options. You’ll get your Health Declaration in the fastest time with Super Rush, although you’ll pay a premium for the speedy service. Once you’ve paid, using a bank card or Paypal, all there is to do is submit the Congo Health Declaration to our experts for them to check over it before it’s sent to the official office for authorisation. Enjoy your vacation to the Congo with iVisa.com