Malawi is a country that is regarded for its main exports of tobacco and tea. But there is much more to Malawi than their exports. Malawi is also the home of the largest elephant translocation project. This project is located in the Majete National Park and has been very successful in revitalizing the elephant population by way of introducing them into the economy. There's plenty of other African wildlife as well! This includes hippos and a very large variety of birds.
Brazilian citizens are invited to apply for the Malawi e-visa, which is used in lieu of a visa-on-arrival or a traditional visa. You are required to have a visa in order to gain entry to Malawi. Please keep in mind that entry is not guaranteed, even with a visa. Immigration officers are permitted to refuse entry to anyone they deem a threat at their own discretion.
You can begin your application here.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Should I Bring 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.
What is the recommended time frame for applying for the Malawi e-Visa?
It is recommended that you submit your e-visa application at least five days before you are scheduled to begin your trip to Malawi.
How Much Does a Malawi e-Visa Cost for Citizens of Brazil?
Prices include visa cost and service fee.
- Standard Processing: USD 77.00
- Rush Processing: USD 102.00
- Super Rush Processing: USD 127.00
Can I Use Brazilian Currency to Pay for My e-Visa?
No. Brazilian Currency is not accepted as a valid form of payment for the Malawian e-visa. Only United States Dollar (USD) is currently accepted as payment for the Malawi e-visa.
What Is the Processing Time for a Malawian e-Visa?
- Standard Processing: 8 days
- Rush Processing: 7 days
- Super Rush Processing: 5 days
How Long is My e-Visa Valid For?
The Malawi e-visa will remain valid for up to 90 days after issued.
What Is the Multiple Entry Policy for the e-Visa for Citizens of Brazil?
The Malawi Immigration department regulates a Single Entry policy for citizens of Brazil.
Do I need to Bring 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. This applies to e-visa holders as well as citizens approved for visa-free access.
What is the Max Stay for Brazilian Citizens with a Malawian e-Visa?
30 days Per Entry. You can extend your stay by applying for an extension with the Malawi embassy.
Does Having an e-Visa Guarantee Entry into Malawi?
No. Malawi, per their own visa guidelines, reserves the right to refuse anyone entrance into their country. If you have an e-visa, you can still be refused. Malawi also reserves the right to not disclose the reasons for which you are denied.