Follow the steps below to begin your Tanzania E-Visa application. Once your Electronic Visa is approved and completed, we will email your approval confirmation to you. Tanzania E-Visas are issued as single entry visas and are valid for 90 days from the date of issue. We offer convenient visa and passport services.
Step 1 - Click here to complete the Service Order Form.
This link will take you our Service Order form, where you will be able to choose the processing speed that best meets your traveling needs. There is no need to print, simply click the green “Save” button when you are done. If completing the form via a mobile device, the save button will be blue. This is an electronic form, and we will receive it instantly. A confirmation email will be sent to you as well. Save your assigned number for status inquiries. Your Tanzania Consulate fee will be $125, and our service fee (in addition to consulate fees) will vary between our four processing speeds; Regular, Rush, Premier Gold, or Express.
Step 2 – Email your documents.
Gather all the below documents and email them individually to firstname.lastname@example.org. All emails must have CLEAR LEGIBLE scanned COLOR copies of all the below documents. Your documents must be scanned separately, facing forward and must not be crooked or rotated. If your document is not scanned correctly, your visa will be denied.
- Passport ID Page
- Passport Picture 2”x 2.”
- Business Card (if applying for a Business Visa)
- Copy of your Itinerary (Ticket and Hotel Info)
Step 3 - Complete your Tanzania E-Visa Application Form below.
Your application must be fully completed. Once done, click on submit. We will receive it instantly. IF ANY QUESTIONS ARE UNANSWERED, YOUR VISA WILL BE DENIED.
Step 4 – Print your Visa and Travel
Once your documents are received, we will process your application. Your completed visa will be emailed to you once completed. Your Visa Approval Letter will be attached to our email. Once you receive your visa, please print two (2) color copies of your approval letter. One should be kept with your passport, and the other should be placed inside your luggage as a backup in case the first one gets lost or damaged.