VISA REGIME
 

For holders of diplomatic and official passports:

Visa required.

For holders of national passports and other travel documents:

Visa required.
 

Note:

Visa is required for the holder of an emergency travel document in transit.

 

ENTRY REGIME FOR CITIZENS OF THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter the territory of Angola if they have a negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier. In addition, it is necessary to fill in the arrival registration form (Formulário de registo de viagem) 72 hours before the trip, which is available via following link: www.covid19.gov.ao .
A 7 day quarantine is mandatory from the first day of entry, except for those with a certificate of complete vaccination and a negative test result.
Foreign nationals with residence in Angola and accredited diplomats, who enter with a negative PCR-test result are required to spend seven days in house quarantine. Foreigners without permanent residence in the country must remain in non-institutional quarantine, and themselves bear the costs of their own stay. After the expiration of the seven-day quarantine, it is necessary to do a serological test. If the test result is negative, the quarantine is completed and the written approval of the Angolan health authorities for free movement is obtained. The cost of testing is 20,000 kwanza (about 25 euros). In case the test result is positive, the person remains in isolation and must follow the specific instructions of the Angolan health authorities.

 

ENTERING AND LEAVING THE COUNTRY

Angola is mostly accessible by airplane. Visas are obtained at the Embassy of the Republic of Angola in Belgrade (usually a single-entry visa for a 30-day stay). For tourist travel, the minimum remaining period of passport validity is 9 months. For exceeding the validity period of an issued visa, upon leaving the country, the traveller will be fined USD 150 for each day of overstay beyond the approved period. To enter the country, in addition to a visa, travellers need the yellow card ― a certificate of vaccination against yellow fever. 

 

SOCIAL SECURITY AGREEMENT

No social security agreement has been concluded.

 

USEFUL INFORMATION

HEALTH SITUATION — As malaria is present, it is necessary to bring a tropical (not ordinary) mosquito bite repellent and reapply it frequently during the day. Wearing light coloured clothing that covers the body (long pants, long shirts, long sleeves) is recommended. It is only safe to eat food in hotels or better restaurants, and to drink bottled water. Due to very expensive healthcare services, travellers are advised to have travel health insurance.

SECURITY SITUATION — The crime rate is high, especially robberies and thefts. Armed robberies and thefts occur mainly in Luanda, but also in other cities in the country, at any time of the day or night, even in a lively environment, such as shopping malls, restaurants, hotels and the surroundings. In Luanda in particular, there are attacks on vehicles during traffic jams. Regardless of the time of day, these attacks are mostly carried out by armed perpetrators on scooters. Foreigners are the preferred targets of theft and robbery. The perpetrators are not only targeting money, but also credit cards and mobile phones.

TRANSPORT — Public city traffic is almost non-existent. There are mostly vans, used exclusively by the local population. Taxi transportation is developed and reliable, and may be ordered by calling the taxi service or by SMS. During a tourist stay in Angola, one may only drive a motor vehicle with an international driving permit.

OTHER INFORMATION — The official currency of Angola is the Kwanza (AOA). Euro and US dollar are the two most frequently exchanged foreign currencies. It is safest to exchange foreign currency at a hotel or authorised exchange offices. Foreign payment cards are accepted in hotels, better restaurants, hypermarkets, and exclusive shops and boutiques.

 

Contact information:

During your stay in the Republic of Angola, for consular assistance and protection, you may contact the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Luanda, at one of the following numbers: 00 244 22 23 21; 00 222 32 72 40, 00 222 32 03 93, mobile telephone number 00 244 94 59 04 as well as e-mail address: serbiemb@netcabo.co.ao.