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Tuvalu is a group of small islands and atolls in the South Pacific that form the fourth smallest country in the world. It is not a typical vacation destination because the islands are not very touristy. There are not many tourist facilities, but that should not stop you from going. The fact that Tuvalu has not caught up with the world of international travel does not make it less gorgeous. Sitting on one of the many superb beaches underneath a palm tree and nobody around is something that you do not get to experience in all tropical paradises - but Tuvalu makes that possible.
Before you travel to Tuvalu, you need to check if you need a visa or not. Lucky for you, the visa policy of Tuvalu is lenient, and no matter what nationality you are, you do not have to pay a visit to the diplomatic mission of Tuvalu. The European Union signed an agreement with the government of Tuvalu, allowing all EU citizens to travel to Tuvalu visa-free for up to 90 days. The other 34 nationalities are eligible for a free visa on arrival. All the other travelers qualify for a visa on arrival that costs approximately $100. The visa on arrival grants a 30-day stay.
If you wish to find out which category of travelers you fit into, you can consult Tuvalu’s visa policy yourself. Better yet, you can use iVisa’s Visa Checker. It is a simple feature that tells you what you need to know in just a few clicks. First, you need to access the tool by clicking on the Visa Checker in the top right corner of this page. Then, you must select your country of origin from the drag-down menu on the left and add Tuvalu in the box on the right. The result will tell you if you need a Tuvalu visa on arrival or not.
iVisa does not process applications for Tuvalu visas, but we would still like to provide assistance in some other way. As a result, we put our support service at your disposal. The service is available 24/7 and is free of charge.
As far as the requirements go, you do not have to worry about that either. There is nothing out of the ordinary and chances are that you already meet them. The only requirement is a valid passport. According to Tuvalu’s visa policy, all travelers who arrive in Tuvalu must have a valid passport. Moreover, the passport needs to maintain its validity for another 6 months from the date of arrival. Other than that, you are good to go.
We regret that we cannot help you any further with the Tuvalu visa application process, but should that change in the future, we will let you know. In the meantime, we hope that you find the information above useful.