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DOCUMENT OVERVIEW
The Ivory Coast e-Visa is a travel authorization document available to hundreds of nationalities for tourist or business purposes. While the application process is 100% online, a printed version of the eVisa must be picked up at the Port Bouet Airport in Abidjan once your application is accepted.

Due to the current global situation regarding COVID-19, Ivory Coast authorities have designed a new Travel Declaration Form that must be presented upon arrival by all travelers without exception along with the eVisa. At iVisa.com we can offer you both documents in one simple application process.

Check out the FAQs below to see if the borders of the Ivory Coast are currently open for travelers of your nationality. If you’re ready to get started on your journey to Ivory Coast, apply for the Ivory Coast e-Visa + Travel Declaration now.

WHO CAN ENTER THE IVORY COAST WITH THESE DOCUMENTS
The easiest way to check if your nationality can enter the Ivory Coast with the eVisa is to view the FAQs below.

The following nationalities do not require the eVisa for entry:

Benin, Burkina Faso, Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Chad, Congo, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea-Bissau, Liberia, Mali, Mauritania, Morocco, Niger, Nigeria, Philippines, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Togo, Tunisia.

However, all nationalities must obtain the Ivory Coast Travel Declaration Form before arrival in Ivory Coast.

OBTAIN THE IVORY COAST EVISA + TRAVEL DECLARATION FORM
To obtain this travel document, you’ll have to provide personal information and some details about your intended stay in the Ivory Coast. It is required to have a confirmed flight ticket before submitting the form.

DISPLAY THE DOCUMENTS
The printed e-Visa must be picked up at Port Bouet Airport in Abidjan – this is the only port where you will be able to retrieve this document. The e-Visa must be presented to the Immigration Officer along with the Travel Declaration, which we will send to you by email.

Upon arrival, you also need to present your biometric passport and an international certificate of vaccination against Yellow Fever. Your biometric passport should be valid for at least six months beyond your arrival date and should have at least one blank page.

Click here for up-to-date information on specific quarantine requirements for Ivory Coast that you need to follow on arrival.

Required Documents to Apply
  • Passport Personal Details Scan

  • Return Ticket

  • Proof of Accommodation - Must match the dates of arrival and departure from the country. This is a requirement demanded by the Government in order to issue the travel document.

Important Instructions
  • Your biometric passport should be valid for at least six months beyond your arrival date and should have at least one blank page.

  • The Ivory Coast e-Visa is a Multiple Entry visa and has a validity of 90 days after arrival.

  • You can stay in the Ivory Coast for a maximum of 90 days in Total.

  • A proof of accommodation is required to obtain the travel document. The dates in this document MUST match the travel dates selected in the application. This is a requirement that is demanded by the government in order to issue the travel document.

  • If your application is accepted, you will have to pick up your e-Visa at Port Bouet Airport in Abidjan.

  • Upon arrival, you need to present your biometric passport and an international certificate of vaccination against Yellow Fever. Also you will be required to present your Travel Declaration, we will send it to you by email.

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Frequently Asked Questions

These are travel documents issued by the Ivory Coast authorities which will allow you to enter Ivory Coast. Get started on your Ivory Coast eVisa + Travel Declaration Form.

We require the following to submit your application:

  • Passport Personal Details Scan

  • Return Ticket

  • Proof of Accommodation - Must match the dates of arrival and departure from the country. This is a requirement demanded by the Government in order to issue the travel document.

HOW TO TAKE THE PERFECT PHOTO OF THE REQUIRED DOCUMENTS

If you are in a rush, we have the solution for you. iVisa.com has three different options for you to obtain the Ivory Coast eVisa + Travel Declaration Form. Choose the one that suits you better.
  • Standard Processing Time: USD 119.00.
  • Rush Processing Time: USD 149.00.
  • Super Rush Processing Time: USD 184.00.
It depends on the processing time you choose. We offer three options to get your Ivory Coast travel documents:
  • Standard Processing: 7 days
  • Rush Processing: 5 days
  • Super Rush Processing: 3 days
An Ivory Coast e-Visa is valid for 90 days after arrival. Note that this is unlike most visas, where the validity starts upon the date of issuance. This type of e-Visa is a Multiple Entry visa which allows you to enter the country multiple times within the 90 days in Total. Apply now if you’re ready to get started on your trip to the Ivory Coast.
The applicant’s passport should have at least 6-months validity from the time of entry into the Ivory Coast and at least one blank page. Your journey to Ivory Coast starts by applying here.

All countries can apply for the Ivory Travel Declaration Form.

Algeria, Andorra, Austria, Argentina, Armenia, Australia, Azerbaijan, Bahamas, Bahrain, Barbados, Belarus, Belgium, Belize, Bermuda, Bhutan, Bosnia, Botswana, Brazil, Brunel, Bulgaria, Burundi, Cayman (Islands), Cameroon, Canada, Cyprus, Chile, Czech Republic, Comoros (Island), Croatia, Costa Rica, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Denmark, Djibouti, Dominique (Republic), Estonia, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Ecuador, Fiji, Finland, France, Gabon, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Grenade, Guatemala, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Hungary, India, Ireland, Italy, Israel, Jamaica, Japan, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Kuwait, Luxembourg, Lesotho, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Macedonia, Montenegro, Macao, Madagascar, Macedonia, Malaysia, Malawi, Maldives, Malta, Mauritius (Island), Mexico, Monaco, Mozambique, Monténégro, Outer Mongolia, Namibia, Nauru, Nepal, New Zealand, Norway, Netherlands, Oman, Ouganda, Ouzbékistan, Panama, Papua, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Puerto Rico, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, Russia (Federation), St. Kits and Nevis, Spain, South Africa, Saudi Arabia, Saint Lucia, San Marino, Saint Vincent, Solomon (Islands), Salvador, Sao Tome and Principe, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Somalia, South Korea, Sweden, Switzerland, Suriname, Swaziland, Tajikistan, Taiwan, Tanzania, Tonga, Trinidad and Tobago, Turkmenistan, Turkey, Tuvalu, United States of America, United Kingdom, United Arab Emirates, Ukraine, Uruguay, Vanuatu, Vatican, Venezuela, Zambia, Zimbabwe.

Yes. The following countries are visa-exempt:

  • Benin, Burkina Faso, Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Chad, Congo, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea-Bissau, Liberia, Mali, Mauritania, Morocco, Niger, Nigeria, Philippines, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Togo, Tunisia.

However, all nationalities must obtain the Ivory Coast Travel Declaration Form before arrival in Ivory Coast.

The Ivory Coast e-Visa allows for Multiple Entry within the 90 days after arrival. Apply now to begin your journey to the Ivory Coast.
The maximum stay allowed is 90 days in Total. You can obtain your eVisa + Travel Declaration here if you’re ready to get started with your trip.

Upon arrival at the Ivory Coast, you will need to present the following:

  • Biometric Passport valid for six months minimum
  • Printed copy of the e-Visa
  • Printed copy of the Travel Declaration Form.
  • International certificate of vaccination against yellow fever.
  • The original receipt of payment of visa fee 73 euros included bank charges.

Get started on your trip to Ivory Coast by applying here.

One. Every time you plan a trip to Ivory Coast you must obtain a brand new Travel Declaration Form. If you only want to process a Travel Declaration Form contact our customer service agents. Get started with the Travel Declaration Form here.

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If you’re ready to begin your preparations for your trip to Ivory Coast, apply here.

It is recommended but not required that all travelers self-isolate for 14 days on arrival. It is mandatory to wear face-masks in public places.

Before exiting, travelers must present proof of negative COVID-19 test results dated no more than 7 days before arrival.

Yes, a Yellow Fever vaccine is required. You will need to show an international certificate of vaccination upon entry to Ivory Coast. Entry requires an eVisa and Travel Declaration, which you can obtain here.

The Ivory Coast is not a country that everyone has the courage to visit, but if you do, you will wonder at its beauty and stunning scenery. The natural parks and the beaches in the south make this African country a beautiful destination for travel, which is why you should give it a try if you have the opportunity. However, before you go, there are some things that you should probably be made aware of. The Ivory Coast is not a destination for anyone, and while it has its beauties, they are entangled with dangers. You may be wondering why you need courage to visit the Ivory Coast. Truth be told, this beautiful and charming region in Africa is entangled with violence. Some locations require special passage papers from the rebel leaders, and the security checks are often quite scary. The guards always expect to be bribed, and the tension can be very high in such situations. However, not all regions are like that, and if you want to play it safe, you can visit the south of the Ivory Coast. Unlike many countries, the Ivory Coast has two capital cities. One is located in the south of the city of Abidjan, and the other is farther north in Yamoussoukro. The former is in charge of the economic capital, while the latter deals with the political and administrative affairs. It makes no difference to tourists, but usually, people choose the southern city of Abidjan. That is where the beaches are, after all. Another interesting fact about the Ivory Coast is that many people still call it Cote d’Ivoire. The latter is its French name. In fact, the French version is the official one. It was changed in 1985. However, most people still use the English version since it is easier to pronounce. It may be of little importance, but at least now you know that the Ivory Coast and Cote d’Ivoire are one and the same. The Ivory Coast is a cash-based society, but you can find places that accept payments using credit or debit cards. ATMs can also be located in large cities, but you need to be very careful how you withdraw money and who is behind you while you do it. The crime rate in these cities is not the lowest. The official currency is the West African Franc, the same currency used by other countries such as Senegal, Niger, Burkina Faso, Guinea-Bissau, Togo, and Benin. When you enter the country, it is best if you have US dollars since they are more common and can be exchanged easily. Just make sure that you do not have too much cash on you at all times. One of the surprising things about the Ivory Coast is its diversity. Believe it or not, only 42% of the country’s population is Akan. As for ethnic groups, there are five of them. Their presence does not seem to be an issue, which makes you believe that the Ivory Coast is quite a tolerant state. Before you leave for the Ivory Coast, you should know that a trip to your primary care physician is required. Your doctor can administer the necessary vaccinations for your trip. You need to get vaccinated for malaria, the Yellow Fever, and Cholera. Not doing so exposes you to unnecessary risks, and there are a lot of outbreaks of malaria in the Ivory Coast. It is best if you do not take your chances and get the shot. While the Ivory Coast has beautiful beaches, going for a swim may not seem like such a good idea. The powerful Atlantic currents will prevent you from swimming safely, and tourists have drowned there because they would not listen to this piece of advice. If you really want to enter the water, make sure that you get only a few feet from the shore. The current is so strong that it can drag the sand from underneath your feet and you along with it. As for when it is the best time to visit the Ivory Coast, it depends on where you are going. For the sake of full disclosure, you should know that the Ivory Coast is terrible during the wet season. You will get soaked every single day. That is why it is important to know that in the north, the wet season is June through October, and in the south, there are two wet seasons: May through July and October through November. So pick your departure date according to this information if you wish to stay dry. When it comes to the Ivory Coast’s cuisine, there is nothing out of the ordinary. Their food is typical for West African food, which usually revolves around chicken, fish, tomatoes, onions, and, of course, bananas. The people there make delicious dishes out of those ingredients. Some resorts and hotels provide western food, but it does not taste the same as it does in western countries. As for alcohol, the locals drink a beverage called Bangui, which is palm wine. Some say it is delicious. The water, on the other hand, should be avoided if it is tap water. You can end up with all kinds of parasites, and some of them travel to your brain. That is why you need to consume bottled water the entire trip. You should not worry about finding accommodation. The larger cities have international hotels, and you can find a hotel for all budgets. The rural regions, however, do not give you too many options. As for means of transportation, the best options are taxis and mini buses. The trains are not very reliable. The Ivory Coast has its cons, but it is mostly governed by pros. If you avoid the dangers by getting notifications from your embassy, you should be okay during your trip. The locals there can be of help as well since they are used to their troubles. In any case, you can ask to be evacuated if something serious happens. Like any country, it is important to be aware of the rules and customs in order to make the most of your stay and enjoy the sites in safety.

Your journey to Ivory Coast starts by applying here.