Tajikistan visa

Tajikistan has an electronic visa regime for most countries, which makes traveling to Tajikistan considerably easy. Traveling to Pamir requires a separate GBAO permit.

Please make sure to check the latest entry information due to COVID-19. The rules are changing even daily and the information below most likely is not valid at the moment!

Most travelers to Tajikistan need a visa. An additional GBAO permit (Gorno-Badakshan Autonomous Oblast) is necessary for any travel to the Pamirs.

Unlimited stay

Nationals of the following 10 nations are not required to obtain a visa for Tajikistan

90 days
30 days

 

Gorno-Badakhshan

Special permits are required to visit the regions within the Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous ProvinceOVIR permit required US$20  and another special permit (free of charge) is required for Lake Sarez.

Visa Validity 

The visa used to be valid for 45 days within a 90-day period from the entry date you fill in. Since March 1st 2020, visa validity has increased to 60 days. 

The e-visa is single entry, just like the visa on arrival. The 45 days should fall entirely within the 90 days. You can apply as early as you like. You don’t have to enter on the first day of entry, you can enter at a later date as well. Similarly, you can leave before the 60 days are up, you do not have to stay until the last day. Your day of entry counts as a full day, even if you arrive at 23.55. Same with your day of exit: counts as a full day.

eVisa

 Tajikistan launched an E-visa system on 1 June 2016. The evisa can be used at any border crossing, and is granted for tourism and business. Along with an eVisa visitors may obtain a permit to visit the Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous Region for US$20. 
 
Holders of passports of the following 121 countries or territories can obtain a single or multiple entry e-Visa online for US$30 prior to arrival for a maximum stay of 60 days within 90 days:
 

Unfortunately we do not have the time to update this page all the time. You can check the latest information from the Tajik government official website.

Page updated 10.8.2020

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