Egypt visa requirements for Djiboutis

Travel and visa requirements

Basic Travel Requirements for Djiboutis visiting Egypt

Travelers are required to fulfill the following requirements in order to apply for a Egyptian Visa.


  • Completely filled visa application form.
  • Original International passport valid for at least 6 months on entry into Egypt.
  • Two passport-size color photograph that meets the visa photo specification.
  • Round trip reservation.
  • Travel itinerary.
  • Non-Djibouti are required to present a valid resident permit.
  • Receipt of paid visa fee.
  • Documentation proving home ties is necessary to show that the applicant has intentions to return to Djibouti.
  • For minors, a notarized copy of their birth certificate, as well as a notarized letter of support from both parents consenting to travel to Egypt, is needed.
  • Proof of financial capability.
  • Proof of accommodation.
  • Documentation stating the purpose and duration of the trip might be necessary.
  • Holders of onward tickets can transit for a maximum time of 48 hours.
  • Leaving the airport is permitted for passengers with transit time between 6 and 48 hours. Passengers with a transit time fewer than 6 hours may leave the transit area but not the airport.

Egypt Visa for Djiboutis

Facts about Egypt


Egypt is a country which is very rich in history and culture. Egypt is known to have a lot of pyramids with most of them being tombs for the Egyptian pharaohs. The pyramids found at Giza are considered to be the most popular pyramids in Egypt. The largest pyramid is the ‘Pyramid of Khufu’ at Giza, it is the only one of the seven wonders of the world which still exists. Tourists in the country can visit museums to see ancient Egyptian antiquities or take a ride through the safari on a camel’s back or a jeep. Whatever you want to do during your time in Egypt, it definitely is great fun.
 
The tourism industry in Egypt is a leading aspect to the economic growth in Egypt. In 2010, Egypt played host to 14.7 million tourists and contributed more than 11%of the country’s GDP. From then on, the number of tourist visits in the country has been on the rise and it is expected to keep rising for the foreseeable future.
 
Travelers into Egypt are not allowed to enter or leave Egypt with more than $10,000 or its equivalent in any currency. People caught in any homosexual act are subject to 10 years imprisonment. Avoid drinking alcohol in public places, you could be arrested if seen doing so. The Egyptian government is not against the practice of Christianity but trying to convert someone to the Christian faith is illegal.

Types of Egypt Visa


Types of Visa Processing Time Duration of Stay
Tourist visa within 7 days 90 days
Work visa within 1 year 1 year and above
Business visa within 7 days 90 days

General Requirements for Egypt Visa


  • Completely filled visa application form.
  • Original International passport valid for at least 6 months on entry into Egypt.
  • Two passport-size color photograph that meets the visa photo specification.
  • Round trip reservation.
  • Travel itinerary.
  • Non-Djibouti are required to present a valid resident permit.
  • Receipt of paid visa fee.
  • Documentation proving home ties is necessary to show that the applicant has intentions to return to Djibouti.
  • For minors, a notarized copy of their birth certificate, as well as a notarized letter of support from both parents consenting to travel to Egypt, is needed.
  • Proof of financial capability.
  • Proof of accommodation.
  • Documentation stating the purpose and duration of the trip might be necessary.
  • Holders of onward tickets can transit for a maximum time of 48 hours.
  • Leaving the airport is permitted for passengers with transit time between 6 and 48 hours. Passengers with a transit time fewer than 6 hours may leave the transit area but not the airport.

Egypt Visa Fees


Visa Type

Sub Types

Visa Fees

Tourist visa

25.00 (USD)

Work visa

1000.00 (EGP)

Business visa

25.00 (USD)

Egypt Visa Application Centres & Embassies in Djibouti


Location

Address

Djibouti Ville

Egyptian Embassy in Djibouti Ville, Djibouti El-Shatt Street P.O. Box 1105 Djibouti Ville, Djibouti

ambassadegypte0000@gawab.com

(+253) 351231, (+253) 351232

Frequently Asked Questions


Is Egypt expensive to live?

The cost of living in Egypt is very low in comparison to the western world. 


Is Egyptian food safe for me to eat?

You are to eat well-cooked food and fresh fruits which have to be peeled by yourself. Complaint of Egyptian food being poisonous is enormous and it is as a result of not properly stored and well refrigerated.


Can Ramadan affect my visit to Egypt?

The presence of Ramadan during its month changes visits to Egypt but its effect on traveler is not so restrictive.


Are Egyptian citizens welcoming?

People of Egypt are very friendly and funny. They love joking around with high sense of humor and their children and adults are welcoming to foreigners.