Lesotho e-Visa for Citizens of Indonesia

iVisa | Updated on May 19, 2022

Visiting Lesotho if you’re travelling from Indonesia with Indonesian citizenship requires you to get a Lesotho e-visa for citizens of Indonesia prior to your arrival. Make sure you apply on time, choosing the processing times that better suit your journey, and receive your 30 days Per Entry, by email! Lesotho is currently at purple stage COVID-19 restrictions, and the CDC has indicated a very high level of COVID-19 in the country, issuing a Level 4 Travel Health Notice. For those reasons, travelling to Lesotho for leisure or tourism is currently not allowed. Traveling to the country at the moment is restricted and to be avoided unless essential, however a Lesotho e-visa for citizens of Indonesia is available for those international citizens traveling within the permitted categories.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is a vaccination required to enter the country?

Due to the country’s extremely high exposure (Level 4: COVID-19 Very High), it is highly recommended you get fully vaccinated before travel. Moreover the CDC recommends you also get vaccinations for: hepatitis A, hepatitis B, typhoid, yellow fever, rabies, meningitis, polio, measles, mumps and rubella (MMR), Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis), chickenpox, shingles, pneumonia and influenza.

Is a PCR Test required to enter the country?

Yes, to enter the country you must show a ‘negative’ PCR test result taken within 72 hours before arrival.

Is a period of quarantine required upon arrival?

No, there is no quarantine requirement to enter Lesotho, however if showing clear COVID-19 symptoms, travellers will be required to self-isolate in their residence or in governmental facilities, at their own expense. It is also advisable to check local quarantine requirements when re-entering Indonesia after travelling to a foreign country.

Why apply for Lesotho e-visa for citizens of Indonesia?

Any citizen of Indonesia travelling to Lesotho is required to get a visa upon arrival. This document will grant the traveler permission to legally enter and stay in the country for 30 days Per Entry.

What are the e-visa fees and processing times?

  • Standard Processing - received within 11 days - USD $189.49

What documents do I need to apply for my Lesotho e-visa for citizens of Indonesia?

  • Your passport scan - with at least six months validity from when you’re planning on entering Lesotho.
  • Travel ticket
  • One passport-sized current photo
  • Invitation letter or accommodation details about your stay
  • Yellow fever and other vaccinations certificate
  • 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.

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