Qatar visa requirements for Angolans

Travel and visa requirements

Qatari Visa is not required for Angolans

Stay Duration: 30 days

Entry Requirements

  • Facilities for an electronic visa is made available for Angola citizens travelling to Qatar 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 two blank pages on their passports to obtain visa stamps.
  • There are no Certificates of vaccination is required from Angolans to travel to Qatar.
  • Proof of Sufficient Funds by presenting evidence of sufficient funds to support visit to Qatar such as pay stubs, traveller's cheques or a most recent bank statement.
  • If they have a tourist visa, travellers must also have evidence of confirmed hotel reservation and any major credit card or at least USD 1,400.
  • There are no currency restrictions on entering or departing Qatar.
  • All travellers are not required to pay any airport tax upon departing from the airport.
  • The estimated flight time from Angola to Qatar is 7 hours, 20 minutes.
  • Qatar is on the Arabian Standard Time zone (GMT+3) making Qatar 2 hours ahead of Angola.
  • Some HIV/AIDS entry restrictions exist for visitors visiting Qatar.
  • Customs regulations are strict regarding alcohol, narcotics, pork products, weapons or weapons-related articles (handcuffs, laser pointers, etc.) and pornographic/sexually-related materials in Qatar.
  • Incidents involving obscene language, gestures, or insulting comments often result in arrest, overnight imprisonment, and/or fines.
  • Religion is a very sensitive issue in Qatar and visitors are advised to treat any discussions on religion with care and caution.
  • The law of Qatar provides for a prison sentence of up to seven years for defaming, desecrating, or committing blasphemy against Islam, Christianity, or Judaism. 
  • Flogging is employed as a punishment for alcohol consumption or illicit sexual relations.
  • The law also restricts public worship for non-Islamic faiths.
  • While you may import religious material for personal use, do not bring religious materials into the country for proselytizing purposes; this is prohibited.
  • Pets are cleared for entry into Qatar if they are carried in a clean and lockable cage suitable for the size of the animal and designed for air travel and accompanied by an official certificate of veterinary health, which confirms that the animal is cleared for air travel, free from disease and vaccinated.
  • Firearms require special permission in advance from the Ministry of Defense, Government of Qatar.
  • There are no restrictions on importing or exporting local currency (Qatar Riyal-QAR) and foreign currencies other than Israeli currency.
  • Transport within Qatar is made with Mass-transit options such as a Doha Metro, light-rail system and more extensive bus networks.
  • Arabic is the official language of Qatar, with Qatari Arabic the local dialect.
  • English is particularly useful for communication with Qatar's large expatriate community or cities.
  • Qatar is the world's biggest buyer in the art market by value based on this reason, art is at the centre of the country’s tourism.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is it safe to travel to Qatar?

Qatar is the 16th safest country in the world, based on the safest and most dangerous countries ranking. Violent crime is very low and most tourists will never face any safety concern. The most common crime is pickpocketing, but there is a large police presence throughout the country.

Can I extend Qatar's electronic visa?

The 30-day electronic Visa can only be extended online. Visitors who wish to extend their stay for another 30 days must do so via a new online portal, rather than through the Airport Passports Department.

Are there car rental services in Qatar?

Yes. Most car rentals are located in Doha and offer top quality customer service and competitive rates on a wide range of rental cars at all convenient branch locations.

How populous in Qatar?

In 2019, Qatar has an estimated population of 2.83 million (an increase from 2013's estimate of 2,035,000), making it the 141st most populous country on earth.