Indonesia Visa Information

 
   
 
 
 
     
 

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Indonesia is a vast archipelago in the Pacific Ocean with thousands of member islands. It has a fascinating history, culture, and cuisine - you will be simply amazed. For one thing, Indonesia has 167 active volcanoes, making many islands quite picturesque. Additionally, Indonesia is known to have some of the best scuba-diving and snorkeling in the world.

Before you start packing, you need to find out if you need to obtain a visa or not. Lucky for you, the chances of being from a visa exempt country are pretty high: there are 168 nations and jurisdictions whose citizens do not need to apply for a visa before departure. The rest of the world needs to visit their nearest Indonesian embassy, and special government approval is required for citizens of the following countries: Afghanistan, Cameroon, Guinea, Israel, Liberia, Niger, Nigeria, North Korea, and Somalia.

If you are unsure about if you need a visa, take a look at the Indonesian visa-exemption map, but we recommend you use our Visa Checker Tool located in the top right corner of this page. Simply choose your country of origin in the left drag-down menu, and select Indonesia in the right menu. Instantly, the Visa Checker lets you know if you need a visa. Moreover, if you do need a travel document, the tool provides a list of the nearest embassies where you can apply in person. Simple, right?

Indonesia’s visa policy does not yet include electronic visas, which is why iVisa cannot process applications at the moment. As soon as that happens, we will be able to help you apply. In the meantime, feel free to use our free 24/7 support service if you have any questions.

If you need to visit an embassy to get your visa to Indonesia, we recommend you learn more about your nationality's specific requirements. While it's true that you can do a lot of research online, we think that the info you find on the internet should be used as a reference only. It is always better to contact the issuing authority itself and ask your questions there. On the other hand, iVisa can tell you that generally speaking, you need a valid passport that does not expire for another 6 months from the date of your arrival in Indonesia. You will also need a return flight ticket.

Unfortunately we cannot help you further with obtaining a visa, although we wish you the best of luck and a safe trip.

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