Iran visa requirements for Comorans

Travel and visa requirements

Iranian Visa is not required for Comorans

Stay Duration: 30 days

Entry Requirements

  • Comoros citizens that travel to Iran as tourists are granted visa upon arrival or can apply for an electronic visa for the maximum duration of stay is 30 days.
  • Visitors are required to possess a passport with a validity of at least another 90 days from the date of arrival.
  • Visitors must provide at least one blank page of their passports for entry stamps.
  • Yellow fever vaccination certificate required for Comoros visitors aged 9 months and above.
  • Pets may enter Iran as visitor's luggage, as cargo, or in the cabin.
  • Birds, cats and dogs of visitors must be accompanied by a veterinarian health certificate and by a certificate of vaccination against rabies.
  • Visitors are allowed to bring in a moderate amount of cigarettes, a moderate amount of perfume for personal use and gifts whose import duty or tax is not more than USD 80.
  • On leaving the country, visitors will be required to pay a departure tax of IRR 70,000.
  • Visitors are allowed to possess up to IRR 500,000 on entry and at departure. 
  • All tourists or foreigners entering Iran are required to report their arrival within 8 days at Police Headquarters in Tehran or Main Police Office in other Iranian cities so as to obtain a residential permit.
  • Visitors are strongly recommended to have several passport photos and copies of their passport, especially the page containing personal dates, as all owners of private or public places such as hotels must inform Police Authorities and Foreign Nationals Residence Record Office of the details of such visitors
  • Trading in or possession of illegal drugs is a serious crime that is met with very severe penalties in Iran.
  • Bringing in alcoholic drinks and old books or magazines is also not allowed.
  • It is prohibited to bring in any kind of live birds, animals and their products, bacteria, fungi, insects, worms, viruses, berries, fruits, plants, seedlings or vegetables, bulbs, parts of plants or cuttings, stalks, roots, seeds and soil, especially from Asian countries. 
  • In Iran, the power plugs and sockets are of type C and F. The standard voltage is 220 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz.
  • Iran currently uses Iran Daylight Time zone (GMT+4:30) hence, Iran is 30 minutes ahead of Comoros.
  • The estimated flight time from Moroni, Comoros to Iranshahr, Iran is 6 hours, 20 minutes.
  • Transportation in Iran is made mainly by road, the best way to escape the traffic and crowded streets of city centres.
  • The currency adopted by Iran is the Iranian Rial.
  • Persian (Farsi) is the predominant and official language of Iran.
  • Tourism in Iran is diverse, providing a range of activities from hiking and skiing in the Alborz and Zagros mountains, to beach holidays by the Persian Gulf and the Caspian Sea.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Iran safe to visit?

Yes, you can consider Iran as a safe place to travel. Actually, the Islamic Republic of Iran is one of the safest countries throughout the world.

What is Iran famous for?

The Iran Persian culture is famous for beautiful poetry, luxurious rugs, and lush gardens. In fact, the English word “paradise” comes from a Persian word meaning “enclosed garden".

Can I drink alcohol in Iran?

Under the law, it is forbidden for Iran’s Muslim citizens to consume alcohol. Much of the alcoholic beverages consumed by Iranian citizens are smuggled from Iraqi Kurdistan into Iran.