Georgia visa requirements for Somalis

Georgian Visa is not required for Somalis

Stay Duration: 30 days

Entry Requirements

  • According to the visa policy of Georgia, Somalia citizens can visit the country going through the process of obtaining an electronic visa.
  • The visa policy is especially for a stay up for at least 30 days for visiting Somalia citizens.
  • Citizens are expected to purchase onward and return tickets
  • There are no records of certificates of vaccination to travel to Georgia
  • Citizens are required to provide a passport valid beyond the duration of stay 
  • Children aged 15 years old or younger travelling alone must have either a passport or a letter of consent from the parents.
  • Travellers are allowed the free import of personal goods up to a weight of 100 kilogrammes; three litres of wine or 10 litres of beer; and 200 cigarettes.
  • A veterinary health certificate is required from travellers bringing in cats and dogs 
  • Travellers are not required to pay any airport tax upon their departure from the airport.
  • There are no restrictions on importing local currency (GEL-Georgian Lari) and foreign currencies but restrictions are on foreign currencies beyond USD 500 at departure.
  • Georgia uses the Eastern Daylight Time zone (GMT-4), hence, Somalia is 7 hours ahead of Georgia.
  • The estimated flight time from Mogadishu, Somalia to Georgia is 6 hours.
  • In Georgia, the power plugs and sockets are of type C and F. The standard voltage is 220 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz.
  • Georgia’s landscape ranges from low-land marsh-forests, swamps, and temperate rain forest to eternal snows and glaciers contains a small segment of semi-arid plains.
  • The general landscape of eastern Georgia comprises numerous valleys and gorges that are separated by mountains. 
  •  Tourist attractions in Georgia include more than 2,000 mineral springs over 12,000 historical and cultural monuments, four of which are recognised as UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites (Bagrati Cathedral in Kutaisi and Gelati Monastery, historical monuments of Mtskheta and Upper Svaneti).
  • Transport in Georgia is provided by rail, road, ferry, and air.
  • The official languages of Georgia are Georgian, with Abkhaz having an official status within the autonomous region of Abkhazia
  • Christianity is the most predominant religion in the country which is followed closely with Islam.
  • Georgia is known for its folklore, traditional music, Architecture, dances, theatre, cinema, and art.