Malawi is a country in southeastern Africa that has been revered for its flourishing wildlife, thriving culture, and accommodating people(s). Home of the largest lakes in Africa, Malawi offers its visitors a chance to experience the natural beauty of African wildlife in its most raw form. There are plenty of opportunities with safaris, national parks, and more being offered for tourists.
Citizens of Costa Rica are given the opportunity to dive into the culture of Malawi when they apply for a Malawian e-visa. The e-visa is a travel document required of all those who wish to enter the country of Malawi. You can start your application here.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
How Much Does a Malawi e-Visa Cost for Citizens of Costa Rica?
Your e-visa cost will be decided based on the processing speed you choose for your application:
- Standard Processing Price: USD 77.00
- Rush Processing Price: USD 102.00
- Super Rush Processing Price: USD 127.00
Can I Use Costa Rican Currency to Pay for My e-Visa?
Only United States Dollars are accepted for the e-visa application. You may not use any other currency to pay for your e-visa at this time.
What Is the Processing Time for a Malawian e-Visa?
Processing speeds for the Malawian e-visa are divided into three categories:
- Standard Processing: 8 days
- Rush Processing: 7 days
- Super Rush Processing: 5 days
Is Multiple Entry Access Allowed with the Malawi e-Visa for citizens of Costa Rica?
Your e-visa has Single Entry status.
How Long is My e-Visa Valid For?
The validity of your e-visa extends up to 90 days after issued.
What is the Max Stay allowed for Costa Rican Citizens with a Malawian e-Visa?
Citizens of Costa Rica are allowed to have a visit in Malawi that does not extend past 30 days Per Entry.
Do I Need an e-Visa if I have a Costa Rican Passport?
Yes. You will need an e-visa in addition to your Costa Rican passport. The e-visa is a separate document from the passport and retains validity for different aspects of the travel process.
Do I Need My Costa Rica Passport with Me in Malawi?
Yes, you must have your passport. Your passport needs to be valid for at least six months after your arrival in Malawi.
Does an Approved e-Visa Guarantee Entry into Malawi?
No. Malawi reserves the right to refuse anyone entrance into the country. If you have an e-visa, you can still be refused. Malawi reserves the right to not disclose the reasons for which you are denied.
What Documents Does the Application Ask For?
The following documents are required of Costa Rican applicants. Keep in mind that the application will only accept scanned copies of each of these documents.
- A photo of the applicant
- A copy of your passport details page
- Evidence of accommodation during your stay in Malawi
If your child is travelling with you, their application will also require:
- The minor's birth certificate
- The minor's legal guardian's passport page
- Consent letter
If My Application is Rejected, Will I Get A Refund?
e-Visa applications are nonrefundable once processed.