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Cameroon tourist visa for Costa Rican citizens

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Cameroon tourist visa for Costa Rican citizens

Costa Rican citizens are required to have a visa when travelling to Cameroon. Cameroon tourist visa is required for Costa Rican citizens. The stay is usually short. Applicant is not required to be present when applying for Cameroon tourist visa. A total of 5 documents are required for applying Cameroon tourist visa.
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Cameroon tourist visa conditions for Costa Rican citizens

short stay

How to apply for Cameroon tourist visa from Costa Rica

Costa Rican citizens need to get tourist visa to visit Cameroon. Cameroon tourist visa process requires you to follow a total of 8 steps.
  • Step 1 : Gather all the necessary documents required for a Cameroon tourist visa including passport and any other supporting documents.
  • Step 2 : Check that Costa Rican passport is valid for at least six months from the date of your arrival in Cameroon. If not apply for a new Costa Rican passport.
  • Step 3 : Fill the application form for Cameroon.
  • Step 4 : After filling, providing the required documents with your passport and make the payment and submit visa application at the embassy of Cameroon
  • Step 5 : Once visa application for Cameroon is approved, you will receive a visa sticker in your passport and will be notified by e-mail.
  • Step 6 : Pickup your passport from Cameroon embassy
  • Step 7 : Upon arrival in Cameroon, present Costa Rica passport to the immigration officer at the counter.
  • Step 8 : You will receive Cameroon visa stamp in your passport, which allows you to stay in Cameroon for the duration on your stamping.

Cameroon tourist visa requirements for Costa Rican citizens

Documents required for Cameroon tourist visa from Costa Rica include passport and other supporting documents. A total of 5 documents are required.
  • Passport

  • Original Passport or Travel document of Costa Rica with at least 6 months remaining validity on the date of travel and have at least 2 visa pages clear of any markings.
  • Travel Bookings

  • A round-trip flight reservations(s) for Cameroon An Onward Ticket is a flight reservation made by a real travel agency that can be helpful for visa applications or if you want to enter a country without purchasing a return flight. Get verifiable one way, round trip, and multi-city flight bookings for visa purposes.
  • Accomodation Bookings

  • Hotel reservation(s) in Cameroon for the duration of your visit. Embassy recommends not to purchase tickets until visa is approved. Don’t risk your money, time and effort by buying actual tickets. Get hotel bookings for any city in the world within minutes for visa purposes.
  • Proof of Funds

  • Proof of enough money for your stay and to leave Cameroon
  • Travel itinerary

  • Travel itinerary (travel reservation to and from Costa Rica in your name, not a ticket) Embassy recommends not to purchase hotel and flight tickets until visa is approved. So don’t risk your money, time and effort by buying actual tickets. Get best hotel and flight itinerary within minutes for any country visa.
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Do costa rican citizens need a visa to go to Cameroon?

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Cameroon travel restrictions

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Cameroon is open for travel. Most visitors from Costa Rica can travel to Cameroon without restrictions. No quarantine is required. Find travel restrictions, quarantine and entry requirements to travel Cameroon.
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