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SRI LANKA IS OPEN: Sri Lanka fully re-opened for tourism in October 2021 and the good news is that since April 22nd, 2022 the Sri Lanka Health Declaration is no longer needed to enter the country.

You can apply for your Sri Lanka Health Declaration Form online with us, prior to your arrival in the country. It's easy and fast, it won't take longer than 5 minutes to fill out. See below for details on how to apply.

SRI LANKA HEALTH DECLARATION FORM

  • Health Declaration Form: A smart vaccination certificate for international travelers
  • Validity: Valid on entry to Sri Lanka
  • No. of entries: Single entry document
  • Fees: iVisa.com charges a processing fee, see all the options below
  • Eligibility: Everyone wishing to travel to Sri Lanka must fill out the form.
  • Passport requirements: Valid for at least 6 months after date of entry.

If you’re ready to get started on your journey to Sri Lanka click here to apply for the Sri Lanka Health Declaration Form.

Required Documents to Apply
  • Negative pre-departure PCR COVID-19 test result (if applicable)

  • Passport Personal Details Scan

  • Medical proof of COVID-19 vaccination (if applicable)

Important Instructions

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APPLYING FOR THE SRI LANKA HEALTH DECLARATION FORM

Obtaining the Sri Lanka Health Declaration Form with iVisa.com is an easy and user-friendly process, as follows:

  • Step 1: Choose the document you want to apply for and provide some information about yourself and your trip.
  • Step 2: Verify the information you have already provided is correct, choose the processing time and pay the fees using a credit or debit card.
  • Step 3: Attach any required documents needed and hit ‘Submit’.

You will receive a confirmation email from us with a QR code attached, you will need to present this at the airport when boarding your flight to Sri Lanka.

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No, you don't. As of today, COVID vaccination passports or certificates are not mandatory to enter Sri Lanka. Now, if you are a Covid vaccine certificate holder, you are exempted from testing and quarantine requirements.

Any vaccination type accepted by the country of origin will be accepted. You are considered vaccinated if all doses of a vaccine against SARS-Cov-2 have been administered for at least two weeks before traveling.

Since information may change quickly, we advise you to follow up on the latest Sri Lanka travel updates and/or contact your local embassy.

  • COVID test prior to arrival: PCR test within 72 hours or antigen test within 48 for unvaccinated travelers.
  • COVID test on arrival exemptions: Fully vaccinated travelers and children under 12.

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  • Quarantine requirements: There are no quarantine requirements.

Check our application page to complete the Sri Lanka Health Declaration Form.

The Sri Lanka Health Declaration Form is a Smart Vaccination Certificate, a health care declaration form for Sri Lanka that must be completed by incoming travelers arriving from abroad during the COVID-19 pandemic.

It is one of a series of coronavirus travel restrictions for Sri Lanka that have been implemented during 2020 and 2021.

iVisa.com has 3 processing options to choose from depending on your time frame:
  • Standard Processing Time: 24 hours - USD $26.49
  • Rush Processing Time: 8 hours - USD $46.49
  • Super Rush Processing Time: 4 hours - USD $74.99
Yes, it is an option but It is strongly recommended to fill out the form prior to your travel date in order to avoid any administrative delays at the Airport. By applying beforehand with iVisa.com, you can avoid any delays or errors, including saving time at immigration. Our team of experts will also review your application to minimize the likelihood of errors, this is why at iVisa.com we charge a service fee.
Yes, it is. Every traveler wishing to enter Sri Lanka must fill out the form.
Children also need to complete a health declaration form for Sri Lanka, as does any other traveler. However, they do not have to fill it in themselves. Parents and guardians are responsible for doing so.
You must apply before departure to Sri Lanka, preferably within 48 hours.
It will only take around 10 minutes of your time to fill out the form online.

The Sri Lanka Health Declaration Form is valid for a single entry into Sri Lanka.

Each time you travel to the country you will be required to fill out a new Sri Lanka Health Declaration Form.

To obtain the Sri Lanka Health Declaration Form online with iVisa.com it's easy, just complete the application form with your personal details and travel information. Once you fill it in and pay the service fees, our team will handle your request and send a confirmation and the final document to your email. We will contact you if we need any more information for your application. You should keep an electronic and printed copy of the Sri Lanka Health Declaration Form with you during travel to show at the airport.

Please don’t hesitate to contact our customer service agents if you have further questions, they’re available for you 24/7.

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Sri Lanka is a fascinating country to visit. With approximately 20 million inhabitants, this island located at the southeastern tip of India is a destination that has mountains, beaches, and unique culture of its kind. This country, in general, is a reasonably inexpensive destination to visit that you can enjoy without any problem. This country is known for its famous Ceylon tea, as well as for its exportation of precious stones, coffee, rubber, and coconut. Sri Lanka has the highest per capita income in South Asia. This destination is considered a quiet and safe island, perfect for family tourism. After the civil war from 1983 to 2009, there was a lot of devastation. These wounds caused by the internal conflict are visible predominantly in the north and east of the country, making this place perfect for all enthusiasts of dark tourism. Unfortunately, some of these areas are inaccessible and probably the most exciting and beautiful to visit. Fortunately, today, Sri Lanka has been able to recover from the civil war and has been able to reestablish itself as an attractive tourist resort for tourists from any country. Above all, because they have been able to unite the negative things that happened in its history and have been able to make tourist routes that tell their story. This type of tourism is considered worldwide as dark tourism. When visiting Sri Lanka, we recommend staying for at least two weeks. When choosing your destination, it is essential to consider the dates. The monsoons hit the island between May and November, with the south being affected between May and August, while the rains hit the north in October and November. Consequently, the ideal time to visit is between December and April. The main tourist activity of Sri Lanka, besides dark tourism, is the tourism of sun and beach. This island allows enjoying a tropical climate. The average temperature is 27ºC, although the values can oscillate a lot on the same day between the coast and the mountainous interior, where temperatures of 10ºC can be registered. The country has only 2 seasons, from May to July in the southwest; and from December to January in the northeast. However, sunny and warm days are the norm. Before continuing with more information about the country, it is essential to inform you about the Sri Lanka Health Declaration Form. This health document is mandatory to enter the country due to COVID-19. This country, which has recently opened its borders, has been looking for health measures that allow the population to be secure and, at the same time, activate the economy. That is why iVisa.com offers an online application service. However, if you want to know more about this information and want to process the Sri Lanka Health Declaration Form, we recommend you to visit our website iVisa.com or our Sri Lanka Health Declaration product page. You will find information about our services and the most common FAQs on these pages. Keeping on with what you can do in Sri Lanka, we recommend starting in Colombo's capital. A noisy and chaotic but exciting city that you can visit for 1 day. Any visit to this city is incomplete if you don't see the curious Gangaramaya temple and try the local cuisine. Another destination you might want to consider visiting is Negombo. It is a small coastal town near the international airport of Bandaranaike, where it is easy to get around and the accommodations, mostly backpacker hotels by the beach, are cheap. After visiting the capital and nearby destinations, you can travel to the island and visit Kandy, the cultural capital. This port of entry to the Highlands is a city between mountains and on the shores of a lake. This destination has a pleasant temperature, especially after visiting Colombo, a city known for its high temperatures. Kandy is one of the most sacred places of Buddhism. This destination has as its main attraction the great temple of the Tooth of Buddha, which is visited every day by hundreds of devotees and pilgrims. Moreover, if you visit in August, you may be able to coincide with the Esala Perahera, the annual Buddhist festival. Therefore, this destination deserves at least a couple of days of exploration, including the Udawattakelle reserve, with majestic trees and bold capuchin monkeys that steal food at the slightest carelessness but are pretty adorable to watch. To continue your trip, it is essential to visit the Highlands, a destination with warmer temperatures, hypnotic views, and green and undulating trails through the tea fields. From Kandy, you can visit by train Nuwara Eliya, Ratnapura, Badulla, or Haputale; any of these towns are perfect for exploring the Horton Plains. If you are more adventurous, you can climb the 5200 steps of Adam's Peak, where many pilgrims go to watch the sunrise and venerate the supposed footprint of a Buddha. The perfect place to conclude this tour of the Highlands is the town of Ella. Surrounded by mountainous rocks, this one-of-a-kind destination will make you feel like you're in an adventure movie where endless trails lead you to unique destinations. Strolling by train, you will be able to admire the epic Nine Arches Bridge. If you prefer to relax and unwind in the sun, Sri Lanka has two perfect tourist spots for this type of activity. Mirissa beach and the fortified town of Galle. These destinations are ideal for swimming with weights, snorkeling, walking along beautiful beaches, relaxing in front of the sea, and enjoying the night activities on the boulevard. They are also excellent places to spot sharks and whales. Sri Lanka is a perfect place to visit, but don't forget how important it is to have a Health Declaration to travel around the country. This document is available online with iVisa.com. This document must be processed before the trip to ensure that it is in perfect condition and COVID-19 free. If you would like more information about the Sri Lanka Health Declaration Form, do not hesitate to contact our customer support team, who are available 24/7 and willing to help! As always, iVisa.com wishes you a safe and perfect trip!
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