Afghanistan visa requirements for Tunisians

Travel and visa requirements

Basic Travel Requirements for Tunisians visiting Afghanistan

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


  •  Completely filled and duly signed Afghanistan visa application form.
  • Original Tunisia passport with at least six-month validity beyond stay in Afghanistan.
  • The passport must have at least two blank pages for the visa stamp.
  • One (2×2 inch) passport photograph with a white background is required.
  • The passport photograph must not be older than six months.
  • Uncompleted application or application with missing necessary documents will not be processed and the visa fee will not be refunded.
  • Applicants must strictly follow Afghanistan visa requirements or the visa application will be rejected.
  • Applicants should not sign electronically if the application form is obtained online. The signature must be in the applicant’s handwriting before submitting it.
  • Documents verifying the applicant’s current address in Tunisia, such as a driver’s license, and utility bills are required.
  • All required documents should be translated to either English, Pashto, or Dari.
  • Receipt showing the applicant has paid the visa application fee.
  • Applicants should provide a bank statement indicating proof of sufficient funds to sustain them during the period of stay in Afghanistan and to return to their country of origin or transit into another country.
  • The standard visa processing time for the Afghanistan visa is 5-7 business days.
  • A police report indicating applicant has no international criminal record.
  • A valid travel document, showing entry and exit date.
  • Certificate of vaccination showing applicants have no contagious disease.
  • The Certificate of vaccination must be issued by the Ministry of Health in Tunisia is required.
  • Applicants will be denied a visa if they do not have any certificate of vaccination if arriving from an infected area.
  • Underage children travelling alone are to provide certified authorization by the parent.
  • Health insurance for the period of stay in Afghanistan, covering medical costs throughout stay.

Afghanistan Visa for Tunisians

Facts about Afghanistan


Afghanistan is part of Asia with largest city and Capital being Kabul.  Babur Gardens which is considered ‘the loveliest spot’ in Kabul, Afghanistan is the most popular destination in Afghanistan. The garden is a site for recreation and relaxation. Tourists also troop into the National Museum of Afghanistan and the Kabul Zoo. The zoo has about 280 animals.

Even though Afghanistan has a lot to offer especially to the brave tourists, it's an extremely dangerous country to visit due to it being a war zone. Terrorism is a huge problem with the government forces fighting against Taliban insurgents.

Travel to Kabul is strongly advised against due  to it being a lethal war zone. Despite the turmoil in Afghanistan, the country manages to pull in a reasonable number of tourists annually. On average, about 20,000 tourists visit the country. 

Tourists should avoid trying to preach to or convert Muslims to other faiths, it is highly forbidden and regarded as a crime. Use and possession of narcotics, alcohol and pork products is a violation of the Afghan laws and orders. Homosexuality is also illegal in the country.

Types of Afghanistan Visa


Types of Visa Processing Time Duration of Stay
Tourist visa 5 to 7 business days 30 days
Business visa 5 to 7 business days 30 days

General Requirements for Afghanistan Visa


  •  Completely filled and duly signed Afghanistan visa application form.
  • Original Tunisia passport with at least six-month validity beyond stay in Afghanistan.
  • The passport must have at least two blank pages for the visa stamp.
  • One (2×2 inch) passport photograph with a white background is required.
  • The passport photograph must not be older than six months.
  • Uncompleted application or application with missing necessary documents will not be processed and the visa fee will not be refunded.
  • Applicants must strictly follow Afghanistan visa requirements or the visa application will be rejected.
  • Applicants should not sign electronically if the application form is obtained online. The signature must be in the applicant’s handwriting before submitting it.
  • Documents verifying the applicant’s current address in Tunisia, such as a driver’s license, and utility bills are required.
  • All required documents should be translated to either English, Pashto, or Dari.
  • Receipt showing the applicant has paid the visa application fee.
  • Applicants should provide a bank statement indicating proof of sufficient funds to sustain them during the period of stay in Afghanistan and to return to their country of origin or transit into another country.
  • The standard visa processing time for the Afghanistan visa is 5-7 business days.
  • A police report indicating applicant has no international criminal record.
  • A valid travel document, showing entry and exit date.
  • Certificate of vaccination showing applicants have no contagious disease.
  • The Certificate of vaccination must be issued by the Ministry of Health in Tunisia is required.
  • Applicants will be denied a visa if they do not have any certificate of vaccination if arriving from an infected area.
  • Underage children travelling alone are to provide certified authorization by the parent.
  • Health insurance for the period of stay in Afghanistan, covering medical costs throughout stay.

Afghanistan Visa Fees


Visa Type

Sub Types

Visa Fees

Tourist visa

80.00 (USD)

Business visa

100.00 (USD)

Afghanistan Visa Application Centres & Embassies in Tunisia


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Afghanistan currently does not have an Embassy in Tunisia but applicants ca apply at the Embassy in Tunisia’s neighboring countries.

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Frequently Asked Questions


What is the most visited place in Afghanistan?

The capital of Afghanistan and the country’s largest city, Kabul is the most visited place by tourists and has a millenary history, as it has existed for more than 3,500 years. Some of the city’s attractive sites are the Abdul Rahman Mosque, the Afghan National Museum and the historic park, Gardens of Babur.


What is the official language of Afghanistan?

Pashto and Dari (Afghan Persian/Farsi) are the official languages of Afghanistan. Pashto was declared the National Language of the country during the beginning of King Mohammad Zahir's reign, however, Dari has always been used for business and government transactions. Approximately 35 per cent of the Afghan population speaks Pashto, and about 50 per cent speak Dari.


What is the official religion in Afghanistan?
Islam is the official religion of Afghanistan and the majority of the population are Muslims (approximately 99.7%). There are some very small residual communities of other faiths, including Christians, Sikhs, Hindus, and Baha'i.