The Gambia Visa Policy is a collection of regulations and limits that govern whether or not a foreign citizen must apply for a visa to visit Gambia. A visa is a travel authorisation granted by a government to a foreign citizen for admission and stay in that country.
The criteria of the visa are defined by the traveler's citizenship, the purpose of the visit, and the expected period of stay in the nation.
Citizens of around 144 countries and territories are permitted to visit the Gambia without a travel permission or a visa, according to the Gambia Visa Policy. These nationals just need to submit a valid passport to verify their nationality at the port of entry in order to visit the Gambia.
According to the Gambia Visa Policy, passport holders from about seventeen countries may visit Gambia visa-free, however they must get approval from Gambian immigration prior to departure to enter the country.
Only four countries are eligible for Visa on Arrival. After landing in the nation, people of these countries may apply for a visa.
According to the Gambia Visa Policy, people of the remaining countries must apply for an Embassy Visa to enter the country.
According to the Gambia Visa Policy, passport holders from around 104 countries and territories may visit the country without a visa. Citizens of these countries are permitted to visit the Gambia and stay for a maximum of 90 days.
About 17 nations are also visa-free for admission into Gambia, although passport holders from these countries must clear entry with Gambian immigration before leaving their home country.
Citizens of almost four countries may visit the Gambia by applying for a Visa on Arrival and staying for a maximum of 28 days.
Passport holders from the rest of the globe must apply for an Embassy Visa in order to visit the Gambia and remain for a maximum of 30 days.
A valid passport, trip itinerary, aircraft tickets, travel insurance, and lodging information are required to apply for a Gambia Tourist Visa.
A Gambia Tourist Visa may be obtained by visiting the closest Embassy and submitting an application form along with accompanying papers.