Malawi e-Visa for Citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Malawi e-Visa for Citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina

iVisa | Updated on Feb 04, 2020

Malawi is a place where the people are kind and the fish are plenty. The Malawian people use chambo fish in their food frequently. Be sure to try some when you arrive. But if you aren't a foodie, Malawi also has plenty of opportunities to explore their nature, even providing hiking and mountain biking trails! Liwonde National Park has the most diverse contained wildlife.


Citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina who want to adventure in Malawi are required to have an e-visa before arriving in the country. In order to avoid being delayed, be sure to submit your e-visa application at least five days prior to your expected arrival. You can begin your application here.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Should I Take a Printed Copy of my e-Visa with Me When I go to Malawi?

While not required, it is highly recommended that you arrive in Malawi with both a hard copy and a soft copy of your e-visa.

How Much Does a Malawi e-Visa Cost for Citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina?

The Malawi e-visa pricing is divided into three options that are based on the processing speeds available to citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Pricing is calculated in United States Dollar (USD) currency; the Malawi e-visa is not available for purchase in any other currency.

  • Standard Processing: Processing Time: 8 days Price (including service fees): USD 77.00
  • Rush Processing: Processing Time: 7 days Price (including service fees): USD 102.00
  • Super Rush Processing: Processing Time: 5 days Price (including service fees): USD 127.00

Does Having an e-Visa Guarantee Entry into Malawi?

No. Malawi reserves the right to refuse entrance to anyone at their discretion. If you have an e-visa, you may still be refused. Malawi reserves the right to not disclose the reasons for which you are denied.

Are Children Required to Have an e-Visa to Enter Malawi?

Yes, children from Bosnia and Herzegovina are required to comply with the e-visa guidelines as well. Applications for minors will need to have the following documents:

  • A recent photo of the applicant
  • A copy of the applicant's passport details page
  • Evidence of accommodation during your stay in Malawi
  • Their birth certificate
  • Their legal guardian's passport page
  • A consent letter

What Is the Multiple Entry Policy for the e-Visa?

For citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Single Entry is enforced for the Malawi e-visa.

How Long is My e-Visa Valid For?

As a citizen of Bosnia and Herzegovina, you are eligible for a Malawi e-visa that does not expire until 90 days after issued.

What is the Max Stay for Bosnia and Herzegovina Citizens with a Malawian e-Visa?

30 days Per Entry is the approved length of stay for Bosnia and Herzegovina citizens with a valid Malawi e-visa. e-visa

Do I need to Take My Passport with Me to Malawi?

Yes, you must have your passport. Your passport needs to retain validity for at least six months after your arrival in Malawi. Additionally, your passport needs to contain information identical to your e-visa. Should any of the information not match, then your e-visa is considered invalid and you will need to apply for a new one.

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