Q: Do I need a visa to travel to Rwanda?
Yes. Each person travelling on an Italian passport requires a visa to travel to Rwanda. However, you can travel to Rwanda and obtain a 30-day single entry visa on arrival, following the new visa policy for Rwanda.
Q: Does The Entry Visa Permit Me To Work In Rwanda?
The entry visa does not permit you to work in Rwanda. For information about the types of temporary/permanent permits available visit https://www.migration.gov.rw/index.php?id=79
Q: What types of visas are available?
|TYPE OF VISA||Code||ENTRIES||VALIDITY||PRICE|
|Entry Visa||V1-S||Single||30 Days||€27.00|
|Tourist Visa||T2||Multiple||90 Days||€45.00|
|East African Travel Visa||T12||Multiple||90 Days||€90.00|
|Family Visa||T3||Multiple||90 Days||€45.00|
|Diplomatic/Official Visa||T4||Multiple||90 Days||GRATIS|
|Conference Visa||T6-1||Single||30 Days||£23.00|
|Business Visa||T7||Multiple||90 Days||£40.00|
|Group/Tourist Visa (4-10 people)||T9||Multiple||90 Days||€90.00|
Q: What immunisations and vaccinations do I need?
All travellers should visit either their personal doctor or a travel health clinic six to eight weeks before departure.
The following immunisations/vaccinations are compulsory for travel to all areas of Rwanda:
The following immunisations/vaccinations are recommended for travel to all areas of Rwanda:
Diphtheria | Hepatitis A | Malaria prophylaxis (with Lariam, Malarone, or doxycycline) | Polio | Tetanus | Typhoid
The following immunisations/vaccinations should be considered for travel to all areas of Rwanda:
Hepatitis B | Rabies
Please consult with your doctor for more specific advice.