Most foreign countries need a visa to enter Papua New Guinea, including Poland. The good news is that as a Polish citizen you will soon be able to apply for the Papua New Guinea e-Visa for Citizens of Poland online with iVisa.com. We do not have this option available for Poland yet, but we still invite you to read this guide to get an idea of what this document will be once it is available.
Keep reading these questions to learn more about the upcoming Papua New Guinea e-Visa for Citizens of Poland.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the current COVID requirements to enter Papua New Guinea?
The COVID requirements needed to visit Papua New Guinea are often changing, so we strongly encourage you to head up to our FAQ section so that you can get up-to-date information on entry conditions to Papua New Guinea.
What is a Papua New Guinea e-Visa and what documents do I need to apply for this document?
It is a travel document that’s obtained online, and it allows you to enter Papua New Guinea without problems. This eVisa will be available to Poles very soon on iVisa.com.
Keep in mind that this is the list of documents that we will ask you to apply for this eVisa:
- A valid passport
- A coronavirus vaccine certificate.
- An email address where you’ll receive the eVisa.
- A debit or credit card for payments.
How much does Papua New Guinea eVisa cost?
We do not have an exact price for the Papua New Guinea e-Visa for Citizens of Poland yet, but we can give you information about our processing options so that you have a better idea of what you can choose when applying:
- Standard Processing (USD $33.49 - 24 hours): This is the affordable option that works for budget travelers.
- Rush Processing (USD $59.99 - 8 hours): It is an option we created for travelers who want faster processing.
- Super Rush Processing (USD $98.99 - 4 hours): This option was created for emergencies because it processes documents as fast as possible.
Learn more about the upcoming Papua New Guinea e-Visa for Citizens of Poland below.
How to obtain the Papua New Guinea e-Visa for Citizens of Poland online
Once we have the online form ready for you to apply for this visa, you will only have to do the following:
- First, you will have to fill out a questionnaire that will have basic questions such as what is your full name, passport ID, etc. You must also select your processing speed.
- Second, you will have to verify your data to avoid typos and after that, you have to pay for your eVisa.
- Third, the last thing you should do is add the documents we request to confirm the entire process. From there, you just have to wait for your eVisa.
We will send the eVisa by email, so stay alert to it!
Is iVisa.com safe?
We have been offering different electronic travel documents for more than 7 years, so rest assured that your information is in good hands with us. If you have any questions, we invite you to consult our comment section.
Where do I find more about the Papua New Guinea e-Visa for Citizens of Poland?
Feel free to contact our customer support agents if you have more doubts about the Papua New Guinea e-Visa for Citizens of Poland and other travel documentation required for your trip.
Before planning your trip to Papua New Guinea (PNG), there are some things you should keep in mind. Firstly, public land is basically nonexistent there. This country belongs to Papuan tribes and families. Hence, you shouldn’t stroll or walk along on your own because you could end up trespassing someone’s land and get into a little trouble. Be always sure of where you’re going.
The best way to know exactly what you’re visiting is to hire a professional guide. Besides, visiting this country with a local guide can be very convenient. That’s because many people in this land respect national associations. Another helpful thing about a local guide is that they can help you make a great impression when you arrive in PNG, especially when going to remote tribal communities. Local guides can also warn you about dangers in the zone.
Armed robbery is not a problem in Papua New Guinea, but pick-pocketing tends to happen a bit often, especially at local markets. That’s why we suggest staying alert to your belongings at all times and do not walk around with excessive amounts of cash.