Mozambique visa requirements for Egyptians

Mozambican Visa is not required for Egyptians

Stay Duration: 30 days

Entry Requirements

  • Egypt citizens visiting Mozambique are granted visa on arrival for a period of 30 days.
  • Visitors are required to possess passports valid for the proposed duration of stay.
  • Visitors are expected to leave at least three blank pages on their passports to obtain visa stamps.
  • The two blank pages on the passport must be consecutive.
  • Visitors are expected to provide a copy of flight itinerary or e-ticket displaying round trip travel with entry/exit dates.
  • If visitors plan to stay in hotels, they must provide a copy of confirmed hotel reservations.
  • The Embassy of Mozambique recommends that travellers carry an original Yellow Fever vaccination certificate.
  • If visitors cannot present a certificate of vaccination, vaccination will be made with charges at the port of entry.
  • The estimated flight time from Cairo, Egypt to Mozambique is 7 hours, 10 minutes.
  • Mozambique uses the Central Africa Time zone (GMT+2), hence, there is no time difference between Mozambique and Egypt.
  • Currency restrictions for entry and exit are within USD 5000 and 10,000 Mozambican Meticais.
  • Visitors are advised to always carry passports along while touring the country or else they will be taken in for questioning.
  • Permission must be made before photographing some government buildings.
  • It is against the law to drive under the influence of alcohol in Mozambique.
  • Major mode of transportation within Mozambique is by road, although, the roads are not smooth enough for long intra-travels and overnight drives.
  •  Mozambique is a southern African nation whose long Indian Ocean coastline is dotted with popular beaches like Tofo, as well as offshore marine parks.
  • Mozambique is the world’s 36th-largest country and it is comparable in size to Turkey.
  • The country is drained by five principal rivers and several smaller ones. The largest and most important river is the Zambezi.
  • Mozambique has a tropical climate with two seasons, a wet season from October to March and a dry season from April to September.
  • The country’s natural environment, wildlife, and historic heritage provide opportunities for beach, cultural, and eco-tourism.
  • Modes of transport in Mozambique include rail, road, water and air.
  • Portuguese is the official and most widely spoken language of the nation spoken by 50.3% of the population.
  • Christians make up 56.1% of Mozambique’s population and Muslims comprised17.9% of the population while 7.3% of the people hold other beliefs, mainly animism, and 18.7% have no religious beliefs.
  • The Portuguese have greatly influenced Mozambique’s cuisine.