Visa

Djibouti visa requirements for Sudaneses

Djibouti Visa is not required for Sudaneses

Stay Duration: 30 days

Entry Requirements

  • Facilities for an electronic visa is made available for Sudan passport holders for a duration of 30 days.
  • Intending visitors are required to have a passport valid for a minimum of 6 months from the arrival date to Djibouti.
  • The passport should have at least two blank pages for visa stamps at the port of entry.
  • Intending visitors are expected to have proof of yellow fever vaccination. 
  • Tourists are required to have a return or onward ticket and proof of enough funds to spend during their stay.
  • A detailed printed itinerary of your time in Djibouti and a confirmation of accommodation during the stay is needed.
  • The estimated flight time from Khartoum, Sudan to Djibouti is 2 hours, 1 minute. 
  • The Djiboutian Franc is the official currency used in Djibouti and visitors can exchange their foreign currency at various bank and exchange outlets in the country.
  • Djibouti is dominated by the Islamic religion with about 94% of the entire population practising it while Christians make up the minority.
  • The languages spoken in Djibouti include Afar, Arabic, Somali and French. Although Somali and Afar are the most widely spoken tongues, Arabic and French serve as the official languages.
  • Djibouti experiences an arid climate consisting of extremely hot and dry weather. From October up till April, the weather is slightly cooler, with a little rainfall. 
  • Samosas, fah-fah and cambaboor served with yoghurt are some of the major dishes served in Djibouti.
  •  Trains, buses and taxis are major means of transportation in Djibouti.
  • The power plugs and sockets in Djibouti are of type C and E. The standard voltage is 220 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz.
  • The time zone in Djibouti is the East Africa Time (GMT +3), which means that Djibouti is 1 hour ahead of Sudan.
  • Visitors are expected to be courteous and conscious of existing rules and customs as they go about their tourism-related activities.