Passport, Visa, Travel Insurance
A visa is a clearance permitting an individual to proceed to visit another country. Burundian visa is issued at Burundian Missions/ Embassies abroad and also at the Entry/ Exit Points.
Burundi is served by a number of insurance companies covering a wide range of insurance policies. Visitors who are interested in local insurance cover policies are advised to purchase a third party insurance which can be obtained at the border or airport for a nominal fee.
Clients are also advised to purchase evacuation insurance before traveling. This covers evacuation in case of an accident, health difficulties, etc.
It is advisable that clients purchase the necessary health insurance for themselves. The company will not be held liable for sickness of a client as a direct or indirect consequence of traveling.
It is a condition of booking that all clients must have, and demonstrate to the company prior to their departure, adequate insurance for the duration of the tour. Such insurance should fully cover death; personal injury; loss; accident; medical expenses; repatriation in the case of accident, illness or death; cancellation or curtailment of the tour by the company or client; and loss of, damage to, or theft of the clients’ personal property. Activities with a greater inherent risk, such as mountaineering, animal tracking, water rafting, swimming in lakes, should be covered.
Visiting drivers must hold an International Drivers License.
Visitors from or passing through a yellow fever and cholera zone may be able to produce a valid International Certificate of Vaccination.