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Get Your Health Declaration Form for East Timor Now

Learn More: East Timor Health Declaration

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 East Timor. 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

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 East Timor must undertake a mandatory 14-day quarantine at designated facilities in their port of arrival.

Frequently Asked Questions

East Timor is an island country and the first sovereign nation of the 21st century. It is slowly gaining popularity as a holiday destination for adventure junkies and nature lovers. East Timor offers various things to its visitors like whale watching, trekking, diving, water sports or simply resting on the serene white sand beaches. In the 16th century, East Timur was colonized by Portugal and it remained colonized until 28 November 1975. However, merely nine days after the Portuguese left, the country was invaded and subsequently occupied by Indonesia. Almost two decades later, Indonesia gave up its control over East Timor following a sustained diplomatic intervention by the United Nations. With this East Timor became a free nation.

If you are looking for an offbeat and budget-friendly location to enjoy a tropical holiday along with a considerable dose of history then East Timor can be the location for you. The best time to visit East Timor is between the months of May and October when the visibility is high and humidity is low. You can start your vacation by exploring the country’s capital: Deli. Deli incurred great infrastructure damage during its struggle for independence from Indonesia. However, despite its violent past, the capital still retains its Portuguese charm. You will find several Portuguese churches and villas in the city. Visit the Archives & Museum of East Timorese Resistance to know about the fascinating history of the island nation. The museum is well-curated and has guided tours in multiple languages.

Next, you can visit the Cemetery of Santa Cruz. This historic cemetery has more than 200 graves of young East Timor protestors who died while fighting for its independence. Unlike most cemeteries, this place is not gloomy. It is seen as a symbol of strength and sacrifice. If you love shopping or want to get souvenirs to take back home then a visit to Tais Market is a must. The market has numerous shops from where you can buy authentic handlooms and gifts. You will also find local women weaving beautiful fabrics and making a number of items like handbags by hand. It is a perfect place to see artists in action. You can end your day in Dili by going to see the magnificent statue of Cristo Rei. One needs to climb 597 steps to reach the hilltop where the 88.6 feet statue stands tall. The hike to the top is worth your sweat and time as the sea view from the statue is stunning.

Baucau, the second-largest city in East Timor, is 140 kilometers away from Deli. You can reach there by a six to seven hours bus journey or book a private vehicle. When in the city, make a point to visit Pousada de Baucau, a Portuguese-style villa that used to host the Portuguese elite. Today it has been converted into a hostel and restaurant. Later you can spend a couple of hours at Baucau old market and St. Anthony Cathedral and get a feel of the day-to-day lives of locals. You must try Mie Ayam, a local chicken curry dish, at Baucau market. Uatabo Beach is merely 7 kilometers away from Baucau, you can catch a sunset on the beach before calling it a day.

The Bobonaro area has several hot springs. These hot springs have therapeutically heated water in which you can soak in and relax. Explore the rural architecture and way of life of Tetun people in villages dotted around the mountains of Bobonaro. The Balibo museum and fort should also be visited. The Atauro Island and Liquica area have multiple beaches, some of which are popular and some of which are lesser-known. You can enjoy beach parties and go pub hopping here. The Atauro Islands has some of the world’s best fish markets and it is one of the most popular locations in the country. You can discover the marine ecosystem at Liquica. By scuba diving, you can see wonderful coral reefs and underwater gardens. The coastal city also has the ruins of the Aipelo that has a colonial prison constructed by the Portuguese.

The Nino Konis Santana National Park is a biodiversity hotspot and East Timor’s first national park. The national park is spread across 556 square kilometers and is home to some of the world’s most endangered species like the yellow-crested cockatoo and Timor imperial pigeon. For diving and snorkeling, the best place to go is Oecusse-Ambeno municipality. It is located 255 kilometers away from Dili. The Jaco Island is less than 25 kilometers away from the center of Nino Konis Santana National Park. It is considered a heaven for avid bird watchers. There are several beachside resorts near Jaco Islands where you can have a relaxing stay. The small village of Tutuala deserves special mention because it has caves from the Paleolithic and Mesolithic eras. You can see the stone tools and cave paintings made by early man in these well-preserved caves.

One of the documents that you require while entering East Timor is the mandatory health declaration form. The form indicates that you are not infected with COVID-19. One of the easiest ways of getting a health form in a timely manner is via iVisa.com. Our website will help you get the form in a hassle-free manner. You simply have to fill out an online application. The application will have a processing fee that you can submit through PayPal or a debit/credit card.

You can easily fill out this form in 10 to 15 minutes. If you face some difficulties during this process then you can contact our 24/7 customer support service. Make sure that you have a passport with six months validity as you fill the form. It is important to note that you should only apply for the health declaration form if you are planning to visit East Timor in the upcoming three months. Our website makes it easier for you to get relevant travel documents by giving clear instructions and having user-friendly online procedures.

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