Madagascar visa requirements for Togoleses

Travel and visa requirements

Malagasy Visa is not required for Togoleses

Stay Duration: 90 days

Entry Requirements

  • Togolese intending to visit Madagascar must first apply for an E-visa.
  • This online pre-visa can be granted by the Madagascar consulate in the applicant's home country.
  • On presentation of the pre-visa at the border checkpoint of Madagascar the traveller is then issued a visa on arrival.
  • This visa is valid for a maximum total stay of 30 days within a one-year period.
  • Alongside the printed confirmation that a visa will be issued upon arrival, 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 Madagascar 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 Madagascar are allowed unlimited foreign currency import but amounts on or exceeding $2726 must be declared on entry.
  • 60 days Tourist Visa costs $45

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Madagascar most famous for?

Madagascar is well known for many things including its wildlife and culture. The majority of Madagascan flora and fauna are endemic to the island. Madagascar is a 226,658 square mile island nation in Africa located within the Indian Ocean.

Is it safe to visit Madagascar?
You should remain vigilant when visiting beaches to the South and North of Toliara (Tuléar) as there have been attacks and robberies. Avoid visiting isolated and remote beaches, especially alone. Crime, particularly robbery and theft is widespread in Madagascar.

Do people live in Madagascar?

Madagascar is a large island nation in the Indian Ocean. Twenty-two million people live there; its capital is Antananarivo. It is the world's fourth largest island.

Is Madagascar a rich or poor country?

Despite a wealth of abundant and diverse natural resources, Madagascar is one of the world's poorest countries. Madagascar holds great potential for agricultural development, mainly due to the large variety of soil types and climatic diversity.

What is so special about Madagascar?

Best known for its lemurs (primitive relatives of monkeys, apes, and humans), colorful chameleons, stunning orchids, and towering baobab trees, Madagascar is home to some of the world's most unique flora and fauna. This distinctive biodiversity is a result of Madagascar’s geographic isolation.