Ethiopia Visa

Saudiwakala is an accredited UK visa company that can help customers obtain an Ethiopian visa from the country’s embassy for personal or business use. Despite the country’s growing popularity among tourists and businesspersons, visitors are unable to enter Ethiopia without the appropriate documentation. This is where we can offer our services.

Here at Saudiwakala, we bring our significant experience to UK customers looking for an Ethiopian visa. Our service offers a one-stop solution, with our team undertaking the entire application process on behalf of our clients.

We recognise just how frustrating obtaining a visa can be, and how much stress and worry this can cause in advance of a trip. However, our Ethiopian visa service takes this weight off your shoulders, allowing you to simply sit back and wait for your documentation to arrive.

Please note: Our visa services do not extend to those wishing to come to the UK from Ethiopia

  • Ethiopia Tourist & Business Visa

  • finished in 3 or 4 working days
  • How to Apply for an Ethiopia Visa

Applying for an Ethiopia visa with GulfVisa is done in four easy steps:

  • Examine the guidelines – First, carefully read the criteria related to the visa application you’re making, whether for an Ethiopia tourist visa or an Ethiopia business visa.
  • Organise your documents – Our easy-to-follow guidelines let you know exactly what you need, including passport photos, a reference number, and an Ethiopia visa application form.
  • Purchase your required visa service – Once you’ve chosen the visa type you require, you can pay online. We accept debit and credit cards, as well as Apple Pay.
  • Submit your application – You have the option to either post your application to GulfVisa. or drop it off directly at our London office in Mayfair. However you do it, be sure to include all the relevant documents. Our standard turnaround time is around 3-4 days, plus the delivery times, should you post the application to us. We also offer a 1-2 day fast-track service, for an additional fee.
  • Ethiopia Visa Cost

Types of Visa Service Duration Fees GBP (£)
Business Visa Standard Service: Completed within 3 working days From £129
Tourist Visa Standard Service: Completed within 3 working days From £99
  • Travel to Ethiopia: A mini guide

Ethiopia is a traveller’s dream, and it’s no wonder the country’s tourism industry is one of the fastest-growing in the world. Believed by many archaeologists to be the birthplace of the human race, this African gem is also known for landmarks like the holy city of Lalibela and the wondrous Simien Mountains.

  • Ethiopia's Culture

While Amharic is Ethiopia’s official language, around 80 other native tongues are spoken, with English also used across the country. After the Derg regime fell in 1991, the new constitution of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia conferred all ethnic groups with the right to develop, promote and preserve their languages. This included allowing them to introduce mother-tongue education systems.

Religion permeates almost every aspect of Ethiopian life, with around half of the population belonging to the Ethiopian Orthodox Church, and a huge percentage practising Islam. Almost every national day has a religious aspect, including Meskel, a festival commemorating the discovery of the True Cross by the Roman Empress Helena, which is celebrated with huge feasts and bonfires. Meanwhile Timkat marks the baptism of Jesus in the River Jordan, with mass crowds partake in rituals and dancing.

  • Ethiopia's Economy

Ethiopia’s economic turnaround has been one of the greatest financial success stories of the 21st century. In 2000, it was the third-poorest country in the world, but by 2018 it was the world’s third-fastest growing economy, experiencing a 189% growth in GDP per capita over that period. Key to this transformation has been a massive increase in industrial activity, diversifying the economy away from agriculture. This is the result of a period of relative political stability, and huge foreign investment from China in particular.

  • Ethiopia's most popular destinations

As the tenth-largest country in Africa, covering 426,373 square miles, there is an abundance of destinations to explore in Ethiopia. Top of many visitors’ lists is the town of Lalibela, which is noted for its rock-cut Christian churches, including the iconic Church of Saint George. It is also close to Mount Abuna Yosef, one of the country’s largest mountains.

Talking of mountains, another one of Ethiopia’s tourist hotspots is the Semien Mountains in the north of the country. A World Heritage Site, they are characterised by their unique formation, consisting of spectacular plateaus separated by valleys. The mountains are also home to some notable wildlife, such as the walia ibex, the gelada, and the caracal.

Other Ethiopian attractions include its capital city Addis Ababa, and its array of museums, art galleries and markets, while the northern city of Gondar is also popular with visitors. Among its highlights are the Fasil Ghebbi castle, Kuskuam palace and the church of Debre Birhan Selassie.

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