Botswana Visa – How Do I Get An Botswana Visa?

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Always make sure you have all of the appropriate travel paperwork to make sure you aren’t delayed when traveling abroad. A Botswana Visa (tourist or business) is not necessary if you are traveling to Botswana from the United States, for example.

Regardless, there are still some critical preparations you should take to ensure your journey proceeds without delay. Check the validity of your current US passport to ensure that it will be valid for at least 90 full days after your trip officially starts. You’ll also want to double-check that you have at least two fully blank visa pages, which will be required for any stamps or stickers required when you enter Botswana.

Finally, make sure that any nation you stop at on your journey from the United States, such as Botswana, does not have any unique passport or visa requirements that you will need to make arrangements for.

Expedited passport services in your area can help you quickly renew your passport, apply for a new one, obtain more blank visa pages, and complete other important tasks before your trip begins.

Information on Botswana Embassies and Consulates

Consulate General of Botswana in Washington DC
1531-1533 New Hampshire Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20036
United States


More information about Botswana

Capital Gaborone
Currency Pula (BWP)
Language English



Electricity Voltage: 230 V
Frequency: 50 Hz
Power sockets: type D/G
Country Code +267
Time Zone
Central Africa Time(UTC+2)
Summer (DST)not observed (UTC)
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