To travel to Uganda, citizens of other countries, including Montenegro, need to grab a visa before their trip. If you’re passing through Uganda and just need to catch a connecting flight, you can do that without a visa, but you won’t be able to leave the airport terminal.
But whatever your travel plans are, there’s an easy alternative to visiting an embassy or consulate to get a visa. It’s called the e-Visa, and the Republic of Uganda has been issuing them since July of 2016. The process is all online, and you can easily get your e-Visa before you leave on your trip.
With a Uganda e-Visa, you can leave the airport for a vacation, tour, or just a short stop during a layover.
Types of Uganda e-Visas for Montenegro Citizens
Before you get a Uganda e-Visa, look at the different options. Depending on how much time you want to spend in Uganda, you’ll choose either a Tourist e-Visa, a Transit e-Visa, or an East African e-Visa.
The Transit e-Visa is the best way to survive a long layover. It’s also great when you’re in a hurry. With the Transit e-Visa, you can see the wonder of Uganda for three days before boarding your next airplane. Get a Transit e-Visa here.
With the Tourist e-Visa, you can’t work or study, but you’ll have up to 90 days to relax, unwind, and take in the sights of Uganda.
The Tourist e-Visa allows for a single entry into Uganda, and you have 90 days to use it once you’ve arrived in Uganda. After you’ve entered the country, you can spend 45 days there before departing. Like all e-Visas, you can get the Tourist e-Visa with a simple and secure online application.
East African e-Visa
The East African e-Visa gives you an unparalleled experience of Uganda, Rwanda, and Kenya. With this e-Visa, you’ll have limitless entries into Rwanda and Kenya during your 45 days in Uganda. Apply for an East African e-Visa here.
Don’t waste your energy getting your visa from the consulate or the embassy. Purchase an e-Visa instead. The e-Visa application is fast and secure, and you’ll be on your way in no time.
For even faster processing, you can have these documents with you while you apply:
- A valid passport — Be sure you have a valid passport, and that the expiration date is not in the next 180 days.
- A recent passport photo — Scan the photo from your passport and upload it when you apply for your e-Visa.
- Travel plans and a return ticket — Once you’ve arrived in Uganda, you’ll need to explain why you’re coming to the country and for how long.
- Email address — This is the email address we’ll use when we send you your e-Visa, so make sure it’s the right one. When you get the e-Visa, print it out and be sure to bring it with you.
- Yellow fever vaccination — Uganda requires all travelers have this. Some other countries don’t, but it’s always recommended that you get immunized before you visit any country in Africa.
- Payment method — You can pay using PayPal, Visa, Mastercard, or American Express. Whichever you prefer, have it ready at checkout.
You can always trust iVisa to get you where you’re going, as quickly and as smoothly as possible. We hope you enjoy your trip to Uganda and amazing East Africa.