Namibia visa requirements for Angolans

Travel and visa requirements

Namibian Visa is not required for Angolans

Stay Duration: 90 days

Entry Requirements

  • Angolans travelling to Namibia are not required to apply for a visa for a period of 90 days.
  • Citizens of Angola are expected to possess a passport with a validity of 6 months beyond stay upon entry.
  • Passports of visitors must have at least six blank pages for entry stamps.
  • Angolans are required to provide a Yellow Fever certificate of vaccination upon entry into the country
  • There are no restrictions on local and foreign currencies imported in and out of the country.
  • Travellers must have confirmed onward or return tickets.
  • All travellers are not required to pay any airport tax upon departing from the airport.
  • Namibia is richly endowed with game notably antelope and giraffes which coexists with cattle and sheep.
  • The Etosha Pan in the north is a major game area and tourist attraction followed with the Fish River Canyon.
  • Transportation is dominated by Trans-Namib, a public-sector rail, road, and airline operator.
  • Namibia is the driest country in Sub-Sahara and depends largely on groundwater.
  • The winter in Namibia from June to August is generally dry. 
  • The lightest rain in Namibia falls between September and November while the heaviest is between February and April and both rainy seasons occur in summer.
  • The estimated flight time from Angola to Namibia is 1 hour, 49 minutes.
  • Namibia uses the Central Africa Time zone (GMT+2)hence, Namibia is 1 hour ahead of Angola.
  • In Namibia, the power plugs and sockets are of type D and M. The standard voltage is 220 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is it safe to visit Namibia?

Namibia is one of the safest countries in Africa. It is also a huge country with a very sparse population, and even the capital, Windhoek, is more like a provincial town than an urban jungle.

How populous is Namibia?
Namibia's population is estimated at 2.49 million, compared to 2.1 million in 2011. Namibia is one of the least densely populated countries in the world with just 3.13 people per square kilometre which ranks 226th worldwide.

Are there mosquitoes in Namibia?

There are no mosquitoes and there is no malaria either in Namibia. Since the country does not have much stagnant water the risk of contracting malaria is minimal in most parts of the country or limited to a specific time of the year. This does not mean, however, that you should not use mosquito repellent.

On what side of the road are cars driven in Namibia?

In Namibia, cars are driven on the left side of the road. Passengers in the back as well as the front seats must wear seatbelts. To drive a vehicle in Namibia, you need a valid driving licence and must carry it with you when you are driving.