Djibouti visa requirements for Togoleses

Travel and visa requirements

Djibouti Visa is not required for Togoleses

Stay Duration: 31 days

Entry Requirements

  • Togolese  intending to visit Djibouti must first apply for an E- visa.
  • This online pre-visa can be granted by the Djibouti consulate in the applicant's home country.
  • This E-visa is valid for a maximum total stay of 31 days within a one-year period.
  • Alongside the E-visa, the traveller must also have a return/onward ticket.
  • A proof of hotel accommodation is also needed, as well as an international certificate of vaccination.
  • Togolese intending to visit Djibouti are required to provide a passport with six months of validity and with atleast two blank pages for stamps on arrival and departure.
  • Togolese intending to visit Djibouti are allowed an unlimited foreign currency import.
  • 30 days visa costs $90

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Djibouti a safe country?

Serious crime or hostility aimed specifically at travellers is very rare, and there's no more to worry about here than in most other countries. In Djibouti City, take care in crowded areas and markets, as pickpockets may operate, and avoid walking on your own in the Quartier 1, immediately south of Les Caisses market.

What is Djibouti best known for?

This lake is also famous as the place of the discovery of Australopithecus skeleton Lucy. It was founded during the Afar depression in 1974. The lake is also known for its limestone vents and flamingos. The Danakil Desert is a lowland geothermal region which covers much of western Djibouti.

Is Djibouti poor?
Djibouti, in the Horn of Africa, has recently graduated to low-middle-income country status. Despite recent economic growth, poverty rates stand at 79 percent, with 42 percent of the population living in extreme poverty.

Is Djibouti a rich country?
Djibouti is a small nation located in the Horn of Africa between Ethiopia, Somalia and Eritrea. At the heart of Djibouti’s poverty is a lack of resources. The arid land makes Djibouti a poor place for farming. In fact, just 0.04 percent of land in Djibouti is arable; this is largely due to the harsh, dry climate.

Is Djibouti a developing country?

The population growth rate of 2.2% as of 2014 is high by developed country standards, but unexceptional for the developing world. Djibouti is the 40th-fastest-growing country globally. Djibouti is also a young country. As such, the demographic dynamics of the country are favourable for strong economic growth.