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Learn More: Western Sahara Health Declaration

Due to recent measures taken by governments to tackle Covid-19, visitors will be required to present Health Declarations, Medical Declarations, or Self-Declarations Health Form for entry Western Sahara. iVisa.com, in its effort to help all customers fulfill their travel dreams, designed these required documents for you to travel safely.

It DOES NOT replace a visa. If your country requires a visa, the immigration officers will ask for your Visa when you enter the country. Keep in mind some nationalities will require a paper visa. If that is your case, we suggest you contact your local embassy.

Required Documents to Apply

Important Instructions

  • Only complete this form if you are planning to travel within the next 3 months. Requests to travel outside of 3 months will not be considered. Check the website regularly as travel restrictions are subject to change.

  • All travelers arriving in Western Sahara must undertake a mandatory 14-day quarantine at designated facilities in their port of arrival.

Frequently Asked Questions

Western Sahara is situated on the northwest coast of Western Africa on the brink of North Africa, it borders the north Atlantic ocean to the northwest, Morocco to the northeast, Algeria to the east northeast, and Mauritania to the south and east. The main ethnic group of Western Sahara is the Sahrawis who are basically a nomadic or Bedouin ethnic group. They are of mixed Arab-Berber descent but claim their descent from an Arab tribe called the Beni Hassan who had migrated across the desert around the 11th century. The place was initially known as the Spanish Sahara. Since the land is a desert, people often wonder if there is anything worthwhile seeing at this place. But this is only a misconception because Western Sahara has a lot to offer to the people who are planning to pay this part of the world a visit.

Before you set out on a tour, make sure to wear your favorite scarf as a Sahrawi which is the local attire and fashion here. You are going to love the long drive through this area and the Sahrawi local music. The capital city of Western Sahara, Laayoune which is also known as El-Aiun is the most important city of this country. Laayoune is no secondary city of Morocco and it would be a mistake to assume that because it hosts one of the famous events called the Green March. You can go for a stroll around the gorgeous alleys of the area and stop by to eat food from Gout de Fes and even visit the local bazaars that sell ethnic and cultural stuff. Every year a lot of Chinese tourists come to the country because it is believed to be the place where a famous Taiwanese author, San Mao lived. You can drive outside the capital to have a more unique view of the desert region. The locals love to visit this place because of its serenity and quiet ambiance. You will spot locals sitting near a sand dune, heating up a tea kettle and chatting till the sun goes down, this is how they love spending their time with each other. Laayoune offers a great relaxed, calm, and laid-back experience.

The next place of visit must be Boujdour which is a port city settlement that is south of the country. It is well known for its antique lighthouse which can be traced back to the times of the Portuguese who settled here. You can view this lighthouse from a beautifully renovated park. While at Boujdour, you must try the fish. The deliciously cooked fried fish is stellar and a staple here that is loved by all. The next stop of visit on your destination list is Dakhla which is the second biggest city in Western Sahara. The place is known to be fun-loving and exciting. You can go surfing, or play golf in the middle of the desert where a golf course has been built. There are also bars where you could go for a nice drink. Next, you could visit the white dune which is surrounded by water where you could climb one of the sand dunes and enjoy the picturesque view, you can also enjoy the company of flamingos. You can also visit the ostrich farm in Dakhla, though you cannot ride these birds as they do in North Korea, you can still play with these giant birds.

The western Saharan city of Dakhla is a relaxing holiday destination. The cobalt intensity of the Atlantic Ocean is softened by the presence of palm trees. The country has a big thermal spring, this is a good place for those who need that extra care and relaxation. Once you are here, you must also try the clam lunch which is extremely popular in Western Sahara. Lastly, you must also visit the Western Sahara and Mauritania border which is extremely beautiful and picturesque. Their freshness of the area and the quiet environment will give you a state of mental peace, stripping away all the day-to-day worries of your everyday life. Western Sahara may not be the first of places that you will find out about but it is certainly one of those places that you will want to experience at least once.

However, in order to visit a place, the foremost things you need to know about are your travel destination and the process of getting there, this is where iVisa.com can be of great assistance to you. We are here to make you aware of all the do’s and don'ts that you must be aware of for your trip. The first document that you must know about is the Western Sahara Health Declaration. This is a document that needs to be obtained and adhered to. It states that a person visiting the country will religiously follow and abide by all the health codes and rules that have been laid out by the Western Saharan government who have launched this document so that they can play their part in keeping the spread of the covid-19 virus in check. In signing the document, we are playing our role in ascertaining the same. Do not mistake the visa and this document to be the same, they are not. Both these documents are different and both are required.

iVisa.com is fairly simple and does not take much of your time. We provide all related details and even lead you through the gradual process of getting your documents. You just have to sit at your computer or device and fill in the essential details while we will get your documents ready and processed in due time. You can read our client reviews on our website to know more about us. You will not have to worry about the safety of your personal information because we keep them secure and confidential. We are available at your service 24x7 to solve whatever issues you might have regarding this matter. We wish you a very happy and safe trip!

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