eVisa Djibouti
eVisa Djibouti
eVisa Djibouti


eVisa Djibouti


eVisa Djibouti – basic information

The Djibouti eVisa was launched by the Djibouti government to improve the visa process, making it simpler and more speedy for eligible citizens.

Now, instead of standing in long queues in an embassy, a traveler can obtain a travel visa online via several effortless steps.

An applicant has to meet a few online visa requirements: have a device with an internet connection, an accessible email account, and sufficient payment means.

It’s also important to have a valid passport, face photo, and some additional documents depending on travel purposes and country of departure.

The Djibouti visa is a single-entry permit issued for 3 months. You can choose between a visa for 14-day or 30-day stays.

Apply for a Djibouti eVisa in advance and enjoy stress-free traveling!

Who needs an eVisa Djibouti

All citizens who don’t have visa-free access must get a Djibouti visa to enter the country. An eVisa to Djibouti is an official mandatory visa that eligible citizens are lucky to apply for online.

Keep in mind that only the Ambouli International Airport accepts electronic visas.

eVisa for Djibouti is available to the citizens of following countries:

  • Andorra Andorra
  • Anguilla Anguilla
  • Antigua and Barbuda Antigua and Barbuda
  • Argentina Argentina
  • Aruba Aruba
  • Australia Australia
  • Austria Austria
  • Azerbaijan Azerbaijan
  • Bahamas Bahamas
  • Barbados Barbados
  • Bolivia Bolivia
  • Brazil Brazil
  • British Virgin Islands British Virgin Islands
  • Brunei Brunei
  • Bulgaria Bulgaria
  • Cameroon Cameroon
  • Canada Canada
  • Cayman Islands Cayman Islands
  • Chile Chile
  • China China
  • Colombia Colombia
  • Ivory Coast Ivory Coast
  • Croatia Croatia
  • Cuba Cuba
  • Cyprus Cyprus
  • Czech Republic Czech Republic
  • Denmark Denmark
  • Dominica Dominica
  • Dominican Republic Dominican Republic
  • Ecuador Ecuador
  • Egypt Egypt
  • Estonia Estonia
  • Falkland Islands Falkland Islands
  • Finland Finland
  • France France
  • French Guiana French Guiana
  • Gabon Gabon
  • Georgia Georgia
  • Germany Germany
  • Ghana Ghana
  • Greece Greece
  • Grenada Grenada
  • Guadeloupe Guadeloupe
  • Guyana Guyana
  • Haiti Haiti
  • Hong Kong SAR Hong Kong SAR
  • Hungary Hungary
  • Iceland Iceland
  • India India
  • Ireland Ireland
  • Italy Italy
  • Jamaica Jamaica
  • Japan Japan
  • Kazakhstan Kazakhstan
  • Kenya Kenya
  • South Korea South Korea
  • Latvia Latvia
  • Liechtenstein Liechtenstein
  • Lithuania Lithuania
  • Luxembourg Luxembourg
  • Macau Macau
  • Malaysia Malaysia
  • Malta Malta
  • Martinique Martinique
  • Mauritius Mauritius
  • Mexico Mexico
  • Monaco Monaco
  • Montserrat Montserrat
  • Morocco Morocco
  • Mozambique Mozambique
  • Netherlands Netherlands
  • New Zealand New Zealand
  • Norway Norway
  • Pakistan Pakistan
  • Paraguay Paraguay
  • Peru Peru
  • Poland Poland
  • Portugal Portugal
  • Puerto Rico Puerto Rico
  • Qatar Qatar
  • Romania Romania
  • Russia Rusia
  • Saint Kitts and Nevis Saint Kitts and Nevis
  • Saint Lucia Saint Lucia
  • San Marino San Marino
  • Senegal Senegal
  • Seychelles Seychelles
  • Singapore Singapore
  • Slovak Slovak
  • Slovenia Slovenia
  • Spain Spain
  • Suriname Suriname
  • Sweden Sweden
  • Switzerland Switzerland
  • Taiwan Taiwan
  • Thailand Thailand
  • Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad & Tobago
  • Turkey Turkey
  • Turks And Caicos Islands Turks And Caicos Islands
  • US Virgin Islands US Virgin Islands
  • United Kingdom United Kingdom
  • Uruguay Uruguay
  • Venezuela Venezuela
  • Holy See Holy See

eVisa Djibouti types

There are two types of Djibouti tourist eVisa according to the permitted stay period. Both visas are single-entry, only the permitted time to spend in Djibouti differs.

14-day visa

The first type of Djibouti visa allows its holders to enter the country once and stay there for 2 weeks (14 days) while the visa is valid.

90-day visa

The second type of Djibouti tourist visa allows travelers to stay for a longer period of type – 3 months (90 days) during the same 3-month period of visa’s validity.

eVisa Djibouti application form

It is extremely easy to apply for a Djibouti visa online. As there is no necessity to go to the Djibouti embassy or consulate, be interviewed, and deal with boring paperwork, the visa application process will go smoothly and won’t cause any stress.

You can submit your application whenever you want, as the online application process provides great flexibility – the application form is available 24/7.

Get your eVisa in a few clicks by following this guide:

  • Complete the Djibouti visa application form by filling in the fields with the requested information.
  • Upload the required documents. These are a valid passport page, face photograph (may be taken by PC or phone camera), hotel bookings or an invitation letter (for family visits), onward or return flight reservation, and a yellow fever vaccination (if arriving from a yellow fever-affected country).
  • Cover the visa fee. All payment options are protected by an SSL certificate, so you can use any of them without worries. Payment via debit/credit card is available, among others.
  • Check the inbox. You should reload your email account regularly, as the approved document will be sent there.

You may wait for the Djibouti visa to be processed for up to 3 business days. Be attentive so that your application won’t contain errors or typos. Any incorrect information may cause issues that result in delays.

eVisa Djibouti validity

The Djibouti visa is valid for 3 months (90 days) from the date of issuance.

Ensure your passport doesn’t expire within a minimum of 6 months from the planned date of the trip. As the travel visa is electronically linked to the applicant’s passport, all changes to the passport have an impact on the electronic visa too.

If a passport gets lost or any passport data is no longer correct, the Djibouti visa becomes invalid. In this case, you need to get a new visa.

Transit information

If you don’t intend to leave the transit zone in the airport, you are not required to obtain a Djibouti visa.

But, if you do want to go out of this zone (for example, you have a long time to wait for your next flight), you need to get an online Djibouti tourist visa. Apply for it in advance of your trip.

Visa Summary

  • eVisa destination



  • eVisa price


    79 EUR

  • eVisa Processing time


    several days

  • Visa validity


    90 days

  • Visa requirements documents


    • valid passport
    • applicant’s face photograph
    • onward or return ticket
    • hotel bookings or an invitation letter from a family member

Other Travel Requirements

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

How do I get a Djibouti eVisa?

A Djibouti visa process involves an entirely online procedure. You have to provide personal and travel information in the form, make the payment, and print out the approved Djibouti eVisa from the email.

When will I receive a Djibouti eVisa?

The Djibouti visa is processed and approved within a few working days. So even though you will likely get it earlier, it's recommended to get all the documents prepared and apply beforehand.

Do I need to print Djibouti eVisa?

Yes, you are required to make a Djibouti eVisa hard copy, take it to the airport together with your valid passport and let customs officials check them upon arrival.

What if my Djibouti eVisa is not approved?

Your visa application may not be approved in case of incorrect information: errors, typos, or blanks. Remove mistakes and try again. If your Djibouti visa still isn't approved, please contact our support team so that we could provide proper assistance in completing the application process.

How long can I stay in Djibouti with Djibouti eVisa?

The length of your stay in Djibouti depends on the visa type chosen. Even though both of them allow visiting Djibouti only once, with the first type, you can stay in the country for 14 days, while the second type enables its holder to enjoy a 90-day trip.

What is the validity of Djibouti eVisa?

The Djibouti visa stays effective for 90 days (3 months) from the issuance date. Any changes to passport data, as well as its expiration, lead to visa invalidity.

Do children need a Djibouti eVisa?

Yes. Each underage passenger must have a separate application form. Parents and guardians must submit the application for minors.

What is the cost of a Djibouti eVisa?

The price of a Djibouti eVisa is 79 Euro. You can cover it via any payment option available on our website, all of them are valid.

What must I have to apply for a Djibouti eVisa?

Djibouti eVisa requirements include having a working electronic device with an internet connection, sufficient means to pay online, and an active email account. Also, you need to provide the required documents.

What is the processing time for a Djibouti eVisa?

The processing time for a Djibouti tourist visa varies, as each application has unique data and is submitted during different hours. To avoid prolonged processing, thoroughly fill up the form so that it has no mistakes.

What documents are required to get a Djibouti eVisa?

You need to add several required documents to your application form: passport bio-data page, face photo taken by PC or phone camera, hotel bookings or an invitation letter for family visits, onward or return flight reservation, and a yellow fever vaccination if arriving from a yellow-fever prone country.

What data do I need to provide in the application form for a Djibouti eVisa?

To apply for a Djibouti visa online, you need to provide your personal (name, surname, nationality, birthdate), contact (phone number and email address), and travel (purpose of travel and planned travel dates) details.