East Timor visa on arrival
Last updated: August 1, 2021
Visa on Arrival
East Timor visa on arrival is available on arrival for Nigerian citizens. The maximum duration of stay is 1 month. You can also find useful tips from fellow travellers.
East Timor COVID-19 travel restrictions
East Timor is closed for travel. Most visitors from Nigeria will not be allowed to travel to East Timor. You are required to have mandatory quarantine. Find travel restrictions, quarantine and entry requirements to travel East Timor.
Get East Timor visa on arrival from Nigeria
Max Stay: 1 month
East Timor tourist visa requirements for Nigerian citizens
3 documents required for East Timor tourist visa
Passport: Original Passport or Travel document of Nigeria with at least 6 months remaining validity on the date of travel and have at least 2 visa pages clear of any markings.
Travel itinerary: Travel itinerary (travel reservation to and from Nigeria in your name, not a ticket)
Proof of Funds: Proof of enough money for your stay and to leave East Timor
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East Timor visa advice
Do nigerian citizens need a visa to go to East Timor?
No, visa is not required for Nigerian citizens. You can get visa details, documents required, official website and other details for East Timor visa but if you still have question which are unanswered then you can discuss with the community
Frequently Asked Questions
Nigerian citizens can get a visa on arrival for travelling to East Timor.
The stay is usually short with a period of 1 month
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