British nationals require a visa to enter Burundi. An internationally accepted yellow fever vaccination certificate is also needed to be produced before entering the country. The possibility of getting visas upon arrival is available but it is also suggested that a visa may be obtained prior to traveling.
All nationals need a visa for entry in to Burundi with some east African countries’ nationals being given the exemption. An internationally accepted yellow fever vaccination certificate is needed to be shown before entering Burundi. There is a possibility of getting a visa upon arrival but it is suggested that a visa may be procured before traveling to avoid any inconvenience.
Some documents required are listed below to obtain a visa for Burundi.
a) A valid passport with 6-months after the return with blank visa pages
b) 2 recent passport-size photographs
c) Internationally accepted vaccination certificate against yellow fever
d) Complete details of plane tickets or itinery and accommodation
e) Visa fee
Submission of visa application
You have to contact the Burundi Embassy in Belgium as there is no embassy of Burundi in London. You may call them up at the above phone number and make an appointment before leaving.
Embassy of Burundi in Belgium
Processing time and fees
The visa processing time is usually 4 working days.
The Entry visa fee is GBP 57.06 for one month. The Transit visa is GBP 25.36 for three days.
Collection Of Visa
You need to visit the Embassy of Burundi in Belgium to collect your visa after the completion of visa processing.
Final Checklist of items to take to Burundi
Here is a checklist of items that you may need during your travel:
a) Cash to support your visit
b) Complete information about your place of accommodation and your travel itinery
c) Maps of different locations or areas
d) Sunhats and Sunglasses
e) Medicines, Mosquito (other bug) repellents
f) An Internationally recognized yellow fever vaccination certificate