Places in Visas of Mozambique





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How safe is Mozambique for tourists ?

Mozambique is a relatively safe place to visit. Although there are occasional reports of petty crimes, visitors rarely encounter serious and violent crimes.

Do you need to take malaria tablets when travelling to Mozambique ?

Malaria is a risk in Mozambique. Tourists are advised to get malaria-prescribed drugs before traveling and take enough with them for the entire length of their trip. Also, follow the doctor's instructions for taking the pills; some need to be started before departure.

What is the best currency to take to Mozambique ?

Mozambique's official currency is the Metical, but if you're traveling to southern Mozambique, both the South African Rand and US Dollar are widely accepted. In the north, it's best to take along the US Dollars.

What should I wear in Mozambique ?

Functional, smart, and comfortable clothing would work best when visiting Mozambique.

What is the best time to travel to Mozambique ?

The best time for tourists to visit Mozambique is between June and October, which is the dry season with often perfect tropical weather. During this period, there is less rain and the country is easier to navigate.

I like travelling I want to visit Mozambique ist lovely place to be. ?

How can I get Visa to Mozambique ?

Am Nigeria residing in Dubia -Uae, What requirements to travel to mozambique. ?

How can I get job there ?

How can i get invitation letter from Mozambique ?

Is there any mozambican consulate in lagos? ?

Is it applyeble from Nigeria ?

How can I process my visa application here in Nigeria before coming to Mozambique, Please I need to understand becas I m interested ?

How much can it costs to get visa ?

So visa you get it when u arrive in Mozambique airport?? ?

I wat to go Mozambique hw do I get there ?

Hw do I get there ?

I want to travel to Mozambique from Nigeria, and I have a valid Nigerian international passport , what do I do? ?

i have valid international passport,,, and i want to traled from Nigeria to Mozambique ,, how much does Visa cost me am serious about that,,, and i have everything required ?

1 Visas of Mozambique found

Visa from Nigeria to Mozambique
Visa from Nigeria to Mozambique

Visa from Nigeria to Mozambique

Visas of Mozambique, Visa-Free, Visa



Travellers from Nigeria can get a visa upon their arrival at all land border post and airport in Mozambique. This visa allows the visitor to stay in Mozambique for a duration of 30 days. The visa on arrival comes at a price of $50. Prospective visitors are required to have a passport valid for a minimum of 6 months from the date of arrival in Mozambique. The passport should have at least two blank pages for visa stamping. Travellers below the age of 18 must show a copy of their birth certificate and travel authorization from their parents or guardians. Citizens of Nigeria are required to have a return or onward ticket as well as proof of enough funds to spend throughout the duration of stay in Mozambique. Confirmation of accommodation during their stay in Iran is required, which can be a hotel reservation or a letter from the host in the country. Importation and exportation of the Mozambican Metical are highly prohibited. There is no restriction on the importation of foreign currency if declared on arrival. Prospective visitors can get to Mozambique from any international airport in Nigeria. There are international airports in Lagos and Abuja. RwandAir, Kenya Airways and South African Airways are some of the carriers that fly from Nigeria to Mozambique. The estimated flight time from Lagos to Maputo, Mozambique is 10 hours, 30 minutes and from Abuja, it is 18 hours, 45 minutes. The official language of Mozambique is Portuguese. However, there are over 40 other indigenous languages spoken in the country. Christianity is the dominating religion in Mozambique, with about 50% of the entire population. Islam, Buddhism and Baha'i faith are a minority religion in the country. The Mozambican Metical is the official currency used in Mozambique. Visitors can exchange their foreign currency at various banks and exchange outlets in the country. Seafood forms a large part of the local diet in Mozambique as it is abundant and cheap. Tourists travelling to Mozambique are advised to budget about $48 for daily expenses. Mozambique has a warm and tropical climate. The country has two distinct seasons. A rainy, humid and very hot summer which is from October to April, and from June to October is the dry and cooler season. The Time zone in Mozambique is Central Africa Time(GMT+2), which puts Nigeria an hour behind in time. The power and socket plug used in Mozambique are of Type C, F and M. The standard voltage is 220 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz. Visitors can move around in Mozambique with minibuses, taxis, boats, trains and planes.