Namibia Visa and Passport Requirements
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To enter Namibia, a passport valid for six months from date of entry with one blank page is required by all nationals referred to in the chart above. If you require a visa, you must have at least three blank pages in your passport.
Visas for Namibia are not required by nationals referred to in the chart above for stays of up to three months if visiting Namibia on holiday except:
1. Nationals of Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia, who do require a visa.
All visitors travelling to Namibia for business purposes require a visa. Business travellers from countries that have a visa exemption agreement with Namibia are issued a business visa on arrival, free of charge. Other business travellers must arrange a visa in advance.
Nationals not referred to in the chart are advised to contact the high commission/embassy for visa requirements for Namibia.
Visa-exempt nationals may only stay in Namibia for a maximum of three months in a calendar year.
Single-entry tourist visa: £60; multiple-entry tourist visa: £90.
Single-entry business visa: £90; multiple-entry business visa: £120.
An additional administrative fee of £35 applies to all visa types.
If you plan to work or study in Namibia, you must obtain a temporary work or study permit from the high commission or embassy in your own country.
While tourists are rarely required to prove they have enough money to see them through their trip, those applying for visas must be able to show officials that they have enough to support themselves for the duration of their stay in Namibia.
A valid passport is required and a yellow fever vaccination certificate, should you be entering from a country where the disease is prevalent.
Three-month visa extensions are available from the Ministry of Home Affairs in Windhoek.