Visa and travel information

Important information about travelling to Senegal

Visa information

UK, EU and ECOWAS country passport holders enjoy visa-free travel to Senegal. View the full list of other visa-exempt countries

Travellers of all other nationalities can obtain a visa online (e-Visa) or visit the Senegalese Embassy in their country.

You will need to do the following at the point of entry to Senegal:

  • Passport valid for at least six (6) months from the date of entry into Senegal, and has at least one blank page for the entry stamp
  • Visa (if applicable)
  • Your proof of accommodation
  • Return-flight air ticket or a ticket for onward travel
  • Proof of Yellow Fever Vaccination

All travellers will be asked to fill a Public Health Passenger Locator and a Public Health form at check-in or onboard the flight.

Invitation letter to the AVCA Annual Conference for visa purposes

Contact the Conference Team via email, at conference@avca-africa.org, if you require an invitation letter to apply for a visa to attend the conference in Senegal. We can only provide visa invitation letters to registered delegates.


Coronavirus (COVID-19)

COVID-19 test requirements

Fully vaccinated travellers do not need to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test result if they have proof of a WHO-approved vaccination. However, before travelling, you should check with your airline what documentation you will need to carry with you.

Travellers over the age of two who have not been vaccinated will need to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken no more than five days before arriving in Senegal, issued in the country where you started your trip.

PCR tests can be taken in Senegal if they are required for the return journey. A PCR test at a centre in Senegal costs CFA25,000 (around US$40).

Get the latest information about COVID-19 in Senegal here »


Local regulations in Senegal

Face coverings (e.g., masks) are mandatory in public places. Businesses, including restaurants, cafes, markets, and sporting events are allowed to operate at full capacity.

Public transportation and taxi services may operate at full capacity as long as passengers wear masks.

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