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  • Immigration & Visas

    As of 1st January 2018, nationals of all countries receive a visa on arrival at Kigali International Airport and all land borders.


    • A single entry tourist visa costs US $30 (exclusions apply for select countries and is valid for 30 days.
    • A single-entry conference visa costs US $30 and is valid for 30 days.
    • A multiple entry business visa costs US $50 and is valid for one year.
    • The East African Tourist Visa(EATV) covers Rwanda, Kenya and Uganda, costs US $100 and is valid for 90 days.

    For further information on visas or work permits, please consult the Rwanda Directorate of Immigration and Emigration.

    Applicants should have a valid passport or another acceptable travel document. The document must have a validity of at least six months on the day of entry into Rwanda.

    Visas can be applied for before departure, by submitting an application online, with the option to pay online or upon arrival. Alternatively, applications can be submitted at the Rwanda Diplomatic Missions of the country of residence.

    Visa extension applications should be submitted the Directorate General of Immigration and Emigration offices. Details on each class of visa are set out in the Information section. Visa extensions should be applied for whilst the initial visa remains valid.

  • Rwanda Development Board: is a government department that integrates all government agencies responsible for the attraction, retention and facilitation of investments in the national economy. RDB was established in 2009 to coordinate, spur and promote national economic development. RDB includes agencies responsible for business registration, investment promotion, environmental clearances, privatization and specialist agencies, which support the priority sectors of ICT and tourism as well as SMEs and human capacity development in the private sector.
  • Rwanda Revenue Authorityis a government revenue collection agency established by the Parliament of Rwanda. The RRA is charged with enforcing, assessing, collecting, and accounting for the various taxes imposed in Rwanda.
  • RTTA: stands for Rwanda Tour and Travel Association was found in 2000 by a small group of Rwanda Tours & Travel operators concerned about the quality of tourism services in the country. These founding members recognized the need to create awareness of Rwanda as a competent tourism destination as well as represent the interests of the national tours and travel industry.
  • National Bank of Rwanda: is the central bank of Republic of Rwanda. It is abbreviated “BNR”

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