Find the list of all nations, which do not require a visa to come to Malawi, click here.
a) A completed visa application form.
b) Two passport style photos.
c) Passport with at least 6 months validity before expiry period when applicant travel to Malawi.
d) Appointments should be made beforehand phone or email.
Visa Application Form
Download visa application form from official website of Malawi, click here. If you want to get visa application form in paper form then, contact High Commission for the Republic of Malawi in London.
Visit: High Commission for the Republic of Malawi
Single entry visa fee is GBP95 and in case of double entry the visa charges will be GBP125. For full details of visa fee, click here.
Mode of Payment
Payments are only accepted in cash. If you have any confusion regarding mode of payment get in touch with High Commission for the Republic of Malawi in London (see contact details above).
a) Applicants should check following documents in order to avoid any trouble:
b) Re-check all attached supporting documents with the visa form.
c) Make sure that your application should also be fully completed.
d) Check that you have entered exact visa fee.
e) Dont forget to check that your picture size meets the criteria of High Commission.
All visa applications and travelling documents should be deposited between 11am to 3pm only on Mondays. For further queries get in touch with High Commission for the Republic of Malawi in London (see contact details above).
Processing time for an application may vary on different basis so, applicants should ask the authorities about it at the time of submission.
For collection of visas visit High Commission on Thursdays only between 11am to 3pm. For more details speak to authorities in High Commission for the Republic of Malawi in London (see contact details above).
Things Tourists are Allowed to Carry With Them
Normal baggage, toiletries, medicines (in case they are on medication), ipod or mp3 player with extra batteries, cameras, sunglasses and such other things are allowed to carry for the tourists of Malawi.