Mozambique- Visa News!

A jolly Monday to all. I hope all is well. It is a chilly but windy day in Cape Town, South Africa. I am incredibly fortunate to have the opportunity to work for a UK Based Company like Uniglo Financial which gives me the flexibility to work remotely from home as well as in the office.

If you are planning on visiting Mozambique it may be one of the most interesting and colourful places to see and visit.

Wildlife, culture, beaches, islands and unique cuisine – you can find it all in the country of Mozambique, in the south eastern region of Africa. Between Mozambique National Park, a smattering of pristine beaches and all the vibrant, colourful markets you could ask for, boredom isn’t an option there most definitely not. However, entering the country can get a little tricky for U.S. passport holders, who must obtain a tourist visa before paying a visit.

If you need to determine the visa you require here are a few tips. There are two types of tourist visas generally to enter Mozambique: a single-entry visa and a multiple-entry visa. The single-entry visa allows visitors to enter Mozambique once and then leave. A multiple-entry visa permits visitors to enter and leave the country as many times as they wish as long as the visa is active.

The application process for each visa is similar, but the fees might vary. The exact cost of a Mozambique tourist visa fluctuates depending on where you purchase it and how quickly you need it processed.

Once you’ve obtained your visa, it’s valid for up to three months and must be used within 60 days from its date of issuance. Once you’ve used your visa to enter Mozambique, you can stay in the country for up to 30 days in a single visit, meaning multiple-entry visa holders could pay more than one 30-day visit to Mozambique as long as their visa is valid, but single-entry visa holders are permitted only one 30-day visit. 

If you want to apply for a multiple-entry visa, keep in mind that you might have to present a flight itinerary showing a second entry into Mozambique, so make sure to plan ahead of time. Multiple-entry visas aren’t always available for tourists. Then it’s simply a matter of gathering the If you  would like to know more  or have any questions about Mozambican Visas please contact is on u2us@uniglo-financial.com.

That’s all for this week folks! 

Have a fabulous week ahead.