Visa / Service Type
Total To Pay
1 -3 month single entry Cameroon visa
3-6 month single entry Cameroon visa
CAMEROON visas take 3 working days in the embassy to issue. They are usually valid for no more than 3 months with a 30 day stay unless you have prior approval from their Foreign Ministry for a 6 month visa to be issued.
How To Make An Application
What To Include In Your Application
Downloaded from above, printed, completed and signed in Capital Letters with a black pen and sent back to Travcour
It must be valid for at least the next 6 months when you apply for the visa, with at least two blank pages remaining. The passport should be in acceptable condition. If not there is a chance your application would be rejected.
2 x Passport Photos. The photos should be (45mm x 35mm) taken against a white background (the background must be white!). If you cannot get a photo yourself then we can print one for you from a digital copy.
Letter of invitation, stamped by local police in Cameroon.
Copy of flight booking confirmation.
Copy of travel insurance policy.
Showing minimum of £1000.00.
Copy of yellow fever vaccination.
Visa Application Form
Download, Print and Fill in the form
The form is in PDF format. When you have downloaded the form, please print it out and fill it in by pen. Kindly ensure all the fields of the visa application form are completely filled before submitting. If a question does not apply, please put ‘N/A’. You must fill in the form with black ink and using BLOCK CAPITALS.
The following nationals DO NOT require a visa for Cameroon: Cameroon
For stays of up to 90 days to nationals of: Central African Rep, Chad, Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon & Nigeria
Visitors must hold confirmed return or onward tickets and all documents required for their next destination
Cameroon transit visas are required by all except those as noted above and those continuing their journey to a third country by the same or first connecting aircraft within 24 hours without leaving the airport, provided holding confirmed onward tickets
(Compulsory vaccinations:) Yellow fever certificate required by all. It is also recommended that travellers making 3 or more visits per year, stays of more than 3 months in a rural area, high-risk occupational groups & backpackers staying more than 1 month have the following up to date immunisations: Cholera, diphtheria, Hepatitis A, hepatitis B, malaria, meningitis, polio, TB, tetanus & Typhoid
Malaria exists all year throughout the country.
Northern Cameroon has a single wet season between May-Sep and a long dry season. The southern part of the country has some of the highest rainfall figures in the world. Here, heavy rainfall can occur at any time but is especially heavy between Mar-Oct.
Location of Cameroon: West Africa
Local Time in Cameroon: GMT+1
Capital City of Cameroon: Yaounde
Population of Cameroon: 18 million
Language(s) spoken in Cameroon: French, English, many local African languages
Dialling Code for Cameroon: 237
Emergency numbers in Cameroon: Police: 17. Fire: 18. Ambulance: 223-40-20
Driving in Cameroon: Driving is on the right. International Driving Permit required
Electricity in Cameroon: 110V/220V AC 50Hz
Currency of Cameroon: CFA Franc (XAF 1 = 100 Centimes)
Notes: XAF: 500, 1,000, 2,000, 5,000, 10,000
Coins: XAF: 5, 10, 25, 50, 100, 500
Credit Cards/Travellers Cheques: Credit cards and travellers cheques are accepted on a limited basis
Opening Hours in Cameroon:
Bank: 0730-1500 Mon-Fri
Office: 0730-1530 Mon-Fri
Shops: 0730-1530 Mon-Sat (many shops open until 1800)