Citizens of Austria can now enjoy their vacations in Papua New Guinea by acquiring a Papua New Guinea e-Visa for citizens of Austria. Instead of applying to the country's consulate in Vienna, you can get your e-Visa online with no need for physical paper.
The Papua New Guinea e-Visa is perfect to stay for 60 days Per Entry, depending on your nationality. Take into account to get your passport in order and your accommodation information to proceed with the visa.
Questions? See below to check our FAQ about the Papua New Guinea e-Visa for citizens of Austria and the services iVisa.com offers to make the process easy and fast.
Frequently Asked Questions
The Papua New Guinea government has limited the access of foreign visitors to the country. With the Papua New Guinea e-Visa, you can only enter the country with an exoneration of those Austrians who have the permission of the National Pandemic Controller.
Vaccination required to enter the country?
If you have the permission of the National Pandemic Controller to travel, the vaccine certification issued by the EU from an accepted vaccine is necessary.
PCR Test required to enter the country?
Yes, it is mandatory and should be taken 72-hours before the flight as requested by the national authorities.
Quarantine required upon arrival to the country?
Yes, the person must be self-quarantined if:
The test for COVID-19 was positive, when arriving at the airport. The quarantine time is 14 days and the person is responsible to cover the hotel's expenses.
What is the product and how do I apply for it?
The cost of a Papua New Guinea e-Visa for citizens of Austria is not a single price, it varies according to the person's urgency. To commence the application, you should have a passport with at least 6 months of validation, and the name of the places and people where you are staying at.
Take into consideration that you must have a space of two blank pages of your passport to stamp the entrance and exit of the country.
Be mindful of the Papua New Guinea e-Visa for citizens of Austria usage, because it can only be used as a tourist, not to become a student or a business person.
- Standard Processing: 5 Business Days and the price is USD 85.00.
- Rush Processing: 3 Business Days and the price is USD 115.00.
- Super Rush Processing: 1 Business Day and the price is USD 150.00.
How many times can I enter Papua New Guinea with an e-Visa?
A Single Entry is allowed with the Papua New Guinea e-Visa for citizens of Austria.In other words, you can enter just one time in the country.
What is the expiration date of the Papua New Guinea e-Visa?
The expiration date is 180 days after issued.
How long can I stay in Papua New Guinea with an e-Visa?
You can stay for 60 days Per Entry, because of the Single Entry mentioned above.
Can I trust iVisa.com?
Yes, you can trust iVisa.com because we pride ourselves on the safety and security of your personal data, you have no need to worry with us, check out our customer reviews to be sure.
Where can I find more information?
If you have any more questions about the Papua New Guinea e-Visa for citizens of Austria please don't hesitate to contact our customer support team who are available 24/7 and always happy to answer any questions you have.
The Submarine Base at Tavui Point, used by the Japanese during the Second World War, is an entertaining spot to seize the day to eat out, walk through rail track traces and the tunnel. If you desire water activities, you can do some snorkelling to observe the corals.
Asaro Village, in the Goroka province, is known for its mudmen, tribal warriors who wear mud masks and are covered in mud. Fight shows for the foreigners who visit their village can be witnessed. ThePapua New Guinea e-Visais the first step to have an unforgettable stay in the country.
The Highlands, where the Huli Wigmen live, is one of the most picturesque cultures in the entire country. They celebrate one of the most impressive cultural festivities in Papua New Guinea, the Mount Hagen festival, which gathers more than 100 tribes from the region who attend the festival in ancestral costumes to dance and sing together.
Last but not least, is Sepik River, a perfect spot to sail in the longest river in the country, surrounded by villages along its riversides where you can find guest houses to know first hand its customs, share a meal and watch their craft making.