Mozambique visa requirements for Cameroonians

Travel and visa requirements

Mozambican Visa is not required for Cameroonians

Stay Duration: 30 days

Entry Requirements

  • Cameroonians visiting Mozambique are granted visa on arrival for a period of 30 days of stay.
  • 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 Yaounde, Cameroon to Mozambique is 4 hours, 55 minutes.
  • Mozambique uses the Central Africa Time zone (GMT+2) hence, Mozambique is 1 hour ahead of Cameroon.
  • Currency restrictions for entry and exit are within USD 5000 and 10,000 Mozambican Meticais.
  • Penalties for the possession, use or trafficking of illegal drugs in Mozambique are severe.
  • 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 taking pictures of some government buildings.
  • It is against the law to drive under the influence of alcohol in Mozambique.
  • The 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 with the largest and most important 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 which is the official and most widely spoken language of the nation is spoken by 50.3% of the population.
  • Christians make up 56.1% of Mozambique's population and Muslims comprised 17.9% of the population while 7.3% of the people held other beliefs, mainly animism, and 18.7% had no religious beliefs.
  • The Portuguese have greatly influenced Mozambique's cuisine.

Frequently Asked Questions


Is Mozambique safe for tourists?

Road travel outside the city after dark is dangerous. You should be vigilant when you travel in Mozambique and if you travel to/from South Africa, as both countries have high crime rates. Street crimes, including mugging, purse-snatching, and pick-pocketing are common in Maputo and in secondary cities.


What is Mozambique best known for?

Mozambique is famous for the quality of its fresh seafood. The Portuguese influence is felt in dishes such as Peri-Peri (hot and spicy) Prawns and Peri-Peri Chicken. The northern regions of Mozambique are famous for their crafts, including sculptures produced by the Makondo people.


Do they speak English in Mozambique?

The only official language of Mozambique is Portuguese. About half the people speak it as a second language and very few as a first language. Languages widely spoken natively include Swahili, Makhuwa, and Sena.


Is Mozambique a communist country?

The Communist Party of Mozambique (in Portuguese: Partido Comunista de Moçambique or Pacomo) was founded in 1995 and is inactive, possibly dissolved.


How wealthy is Mozambique?

Mozambique has the 25th-highest Gross Domestic Product (GDP) at Purchasing Power Parity (PPP) among African countries (38.679 million International dollars). The top 10 African countries by GDP (PPP) are Africa, Egypt, Nigeria, South Africa, Algeria, Morocco, Ethiopia, Angola, Sudan, Libya.