Entry into Ethiopia is subject to a visa requirement. However, in June 2017, the Ethiopian Department of Immigration and National Affairs (EDINA) launched the Ethiopian Electronic Visa plan (eVisa) to boost tourism, trade, and cooperation. All citizens of Tunisia willing to travel to Ethiopia, should apply for an Ethiopian Visa for citizens of Tunisia before their arrival.
Fill in our online application and apply now for your electronic version. Be advised that the access point for travelers with an eVisa is the Addis Ababa Bole International Airport. All other points of entry will require a consular Visa.
The beauty of Ethiopia starts from its jagged and landlocked territory, famous for its ruins and archeological sites, dating back to the 12th century. Amongst others, visit the most important site of Lalibela and admire the old Christian churches carved into the rock. Also, don’t miss out on local food and fall in love with the astonishing Blue Nile Falls!
Current advice is against all but essential travel to Ethiopia. The country is currently at Level 4 Travel Health Notice according to the CDC, and advice is not to travel to this country at the moment. However, if you’re from Tunisia and wish to travel to Ethiopia, apply for a Ethiopian visa for citizens of Tunisia. Save time and avoid endless bureaucratic procedures and queues, get your e-visa directly via email.
You will be granted a 30-day permit to stay in the country and be ready to travel!
COVID-19 Travelling FAQs
1. Is a vaccination required to enter the country?
A COVID-19 vaccination is recommendable but not mandatory to enter Ethiopia.
2. PCR Test required to enter the country?
Yes, to enter the country, it is asked to show a valid and ‘negative’ PCR test, taken within 5 days (120 hours) hours from their departure (for all passengers aged 10 or above).
3. Is quarantine required upon arrival to the country?
No, there is no quarantine requirement to enter Ethiopia, though travelers are asked to self-monitor their health conditions and self-isolate at home for 7 days.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why apply for Ethiopian eVisa for citizens of Tunisia?
Any citizen of Tunisia traveling to Ethiopia is required to obtain a visa before his/her arrival. This will grant a 30-day Single Entry Visa. Keep it and your passport with you at all times when traveling.
What are the e-visa fees and processing times?
There are three (3) different options to apply for an Ethiopian eVisa for citizens of Tunisia:
- Standard Processing: Received within 3 Business Days - USD 87.00.
- Rush Processing: Received within 2 Business Days - USD 117.00.
- Super Rush Processing: Received within 12 hours - USD 152.00.
What documents do I need to apply for my Ethiopian eVisa for citizens of Tunisia?
- Your passport scan, with at least 6 months validity from when you’re planning on entering Ethiopia.
- Travel ticket.
- Residence permit.
- A selfie with the physical credit card used for the online payment. Only the last 4 digits of the card must be visible in the photo. Only one image per order is required to verify the payment.
Can I trust iVisa.com?
In recent years iVisa.com has proved to be a reliable ally for many travelers, helping them to overcome any difficulties encountered in the heavy burden of pre-departure procedures, helping them to clarify any doubts related to understanding and document processing procedures, simplifying departures, shortening times and avoiding unnecessary queues at the airport.
Where can I find more information?
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Surely you’ll have heard about Ethiopian coffee before, its fruity and fresh flavor. In fact, Ethiopia is the 7th largest coffee producer globally and Africa’s top producer and consumer at a domestic level. To continue exploring the culinary aspect of this fascinating country, make sure you don’t miss out on Injera, the main dish of the Ethiopian and Eritrean cuisine, made with teff flour, originating from the Ethiopian highlands.
But Ethiopia has a lot more than its cuisine to offer to international tourists. The country is also known to be an archeological site, due to many ancient sites and fascinating ruins here and there all across the country, ruptured in two by the Rift Valley.
Most appreciated tourist attractions across the years have proved to be the Blue Nile Falls and one of the most famous destinations in the world, especially for those looking for something exciting. Check out the Erta Ale volcano, an active and massive volcano famous for its huge lake of lava. It’s part of a chain of volcanoes, and you can spot it right by the Rift Valley, in the Afar Triangle, a unique spectacle not to be missed!