|Apply Sri Lanka Tourist Visa Application Online.|
|Type of Visa||Visa Category||No. of Entry||Visa Validity||Stay Validity||Processing Time||Visa Fee|
|30 Days Visa||Tourist Visa||Double Entry||30 Days||30 Days||48 Hours||88.0USD|
|48 Hours Visa||Transit Visa||Single Entry||48 Hours||48 Hours||48 Hours||32.0USD|
|30 Days Visa||Business Visa||Double Entry||90 Days||30 Days||48 Hours||93.0USD|
Formerly known as 'Ceylon', Sri Lanka is often overlooked by travelers because of its neighboring country India. But that in no way means that the country is short on gems to offer. Though it is a small island located in the Indian ocean, it has its own diverse range of flora and fauna with Yala National Park having the highest concentration of leopards in the world. The rich culture of Sri Lanka is reflected in the "Cultural Triangle" which is at the center of the country and If you want to satisfy your religious soul, visit Dambulla, a beautiful cave temple complex in the Central Province. While in Sri Lanka, make sure you try their local delicacies like Fish ambul thiyal and Kukul mas curry which will leave you wanting to come back for more. If you are not a citizen of one of the visa-exempt countries, you will require an e-visa, visa-on-arrival or get it beforehand from your nearest Sri Lankan embassy. E-visa is recommended so that you can avoid the tedious procedures of other types of visas.
Nationals of any country other than Afghanistan, Cameroon, Congo Brazaville, Congo, Cote D'ivoire, Egypt, Gabon, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Kenya, Liberia, Mali, Maldives, Myanmar, Nigeria, North Korea, Sierra Leone, Seychelles, Singapore, Sudan, Syria and Uganda may apply for an eVisa online.
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People planning to go to Sri Lanka for vacationing or meeting their relatives or friends have to apply for a tourist visa. Hotel bookings or invitation from whoever you will be visiting has to be shown and the validity of your passport has to be for at least 6 months beyond your period of stay.
If you have to go to Sri Lanka for representing your country or starting your business, you require a business visa. The institute or organization you will be visiting has to provide you with a letter stating the duration and reason for your visit to the country.
Yes, you can, but on a Sri Lankan ETA visa, you are only allowed to study for no more than 30 days.
Yes, unless your children hold Sri Lankan passports, they will require ETA's to visit Sri Lanka. All travelers to Sri Lanka, regardless of age, require an ETA.
If the children have their own passport, you should apply for a separate ETA for the child entering all the details from your child's passport.
If the child is on a parents passport, you still need a separate ETA, just apply using the parent's passport details, but use the child's name, date of birth, sex, country of birth as they appear on the passport.
You can only have one type of valid Sri Lanka visa type associated with it. In other words, if you already have a Sri Lanka tourist visa, you can not take out a business visa until the tourist visa expires.
No. ETA expires as soon as your passport expires/loses its validity. If you have a new passport, you must apply for another ETA if you need one.
Since your Sri Lankan ETA visa is attached to your old passport number, you will need to re-apply for a Sri Lankan ETA that ties to your new passport number. Electronic visas are not transferable between passports.
You cannot obtain a fresh ETA while being in Sri Lanka irrespective of whether your ETA is valid or expired.
Please provide all given names as they appear on your passport. If you have multiple given names, provide all of them. When filling in this field please do not use punctuation. (For example- Jane-May will be Jane May)
No. This ETA is for tourism purposes only.
A visitor wishing to stay more than 30 days per entry in Sri Lanka may apply for an extension. The ETA may be extended for up to 90 days from the date of arrival on the first visit, and a further 90 days on the second visit. Application for an extension must be submitted to the visa section of the Department of Immigration.
No. You can apply for the ETA visa before you have booked your flight.
As long as you do not intend to stay in the country longer than 30 days, you can take part in conventions and conferences as well as meetings whilst in Sri Lanka.
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