Papua New Guinea began an e-Visa program for tourists from Jamaica. Instead of applying for your visa to Papua New Guinea in person, you can have your e-Visa online in a digital format with the help of iVisa.com. The e-Visa is for up to 180 days after issued.
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Frequently Asked Question
Does Papua New Guinea require the COVID-19 vaccine?
Yes, you need to show it to the authorities when you arrive, the vaccine certification of COVID-19.
Do I need a PCR test to enter the country?
Yes, if you don't have the vaccine, you need to show a negative PCR of COVID-19 at least 7 days before you arrive.
What are the requirements to apply for a Papua New Guinea e-Visa
You will need these documents for can be available to travel:
- You will need a passport valid for at least 6 months and information about accommodation, such as the hotel's name or address of a family member or friend who will host you.
- For entry or exit into Papua New Guinea, ensure you have two passport stamp pages at least. You should also have a copy of your visa on you when you travel so that authorities can verify it.
- The Papua New Guinea e-Visa for Citizens of Jamaica is only valid for tourism purposes. It cannot be used to study abroad or for business purposes.
How long does it take for a Papua New Guinea e-Visa to be processed?
At iVisa.com, we give you some options, you can choose what is better for you depending on your needs for the Papua New Guinea e-Visa for Citizens of Jamaica.
- Standard Processing: 5 Business Days.
- Rush Processing: 3 Business Days.
- Super Rush Processing: 1 Business Day.
How much does a Papua New Guinea e-Visa Cost?
Your choice of processing speed will affect the cost for Papua New Guinea e-Visa for Citizens of Jamaica.
- Standard Processing of your Visa will cost USD $108.99.
- Rush Processing will cost USD $150.99.
- Super Rush processing in will cost USD $197.99.
How many times can I enter Papua New Guinea with the eVisa?
You can enter a country in one, two, or more ways. One entry allows you to enter a country one time. Double-entry enables you to enter a country twice. Multiple entries can be used to enter the country multiple times, provided your visa is valid for at least six months.
The Papua New Guinea e-Visa for Citizens of Jamaica allows a Single Entry to visitors from this country. Make sure you plan accordingly.
What does the eVisa for Papua New Guinea expire?
The Papua New Guinea e-Visa for Citizens of Jamaica will expire 180 days after issued. You don't need to go to the Embassy to get your visa.
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Some of the good places to visit in Papua New Guinea include:
The Central Business District:
The Central Business District offers many cafes and eateries that overlook the harbor and is a great place for an afternoon coffee or Sunday brunch.
One of the best-known attractions in Port Moresby, NPA Square has a crafts market with vendors from all over PNG selling pottery, baskets, carvings, and much more!
Tokarara Palms Shopping Mall:
Tokarara Palms Shopping Mall is home to a diverse range of shopping options, from Duty-Free Shops, a Pantry, and a Wellness Centre to an Australian-themed Pizzeria.
Kokoda Trail Memorial Walk:
The Kokoda Trail Memorial Walk is situated in the Owen Stanley Ranges, stretching from Owers Corner to Sogeri. It commemorates those who fought and died during the Battle of Kokoda Trail in 1942, with interpretive signs along the way that detail what happened at certain places on the trail.