For holders of diplomatic and official passports:
Visa is required
For holders of national passports and other travel documents:
Visa is required
Visa is required for holders 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 Senegal, with a negative PCR test, not older than 72 hours or with a Certificate of complete vaccination. The aforementioned applies to all passengers over age of 2, as well as to those who spend more than 24 hours in transit.
Test results must be printed either in French or in English.
A person is considered fully vaccinated 14 days after the last received dose.
During the flight, passengers are requested to sign a statement in which they claim that they don’t have any symptoms of corona virus and that they have not been in contact with an infected person. This document can also be obtained online: https://www.royalairmaroc.com/documents/20195/53057329/Senegal_Declarat…
There is also a possibility that, due to the urgency of the trip, a passenger might be exempted from the obligation of prior testing (PCR test), but this must be specified in the statement that the airline submits to the competent authorities at the airport in Senegal. In that case, the testing is performed at the airport at the expense of a passenger.
Upon arrival in Senegal, the passenger locator form must be completed: https://www.dakaraeroport.com/formulaire-de-localisation-de-passager-po…
ENTERING AND LEAVING THE COUNTRY
Holders of all types of passports of the Republic of Serbia are required to obtain a visa. The same applies to holders of an emergency travel document in transit. Serbian citizens can submit visa applications to the Embassy of the Republic of Senegal in Berlin (Germany) or any other Senegalese embassy if they are abroad.
SOCIAL SECURITY AGREEMENT
No social security agreement has been concluded.
HEALTH SITUATION – As of 2007, vaccination is not mandatory but it is recommended against malaria, hepatitis A and yellow fever (although there have been no cases of this disease in Senegal since 2002). More information about the current health situation in this country can be found on the World Health Organization website: https://www.who.int.
SECURITY SITUATION – Visitors can move around freely but should be cautious as several kidnappings of foreigners have been reported. Although the security situation in Senegal is assessed as stable, travelling in regions bordering Mali should be avoided due to possible attacks by Salafist rebels, as well as in areas bordering Mauritania. If travel is necessary, it should not be undertaken at night or on your own. There is a risk of robbery in Dakar; therefore, it is not recommended to wear jewellery or carry large amounts of money.
Walking should be avoided, especially at night. When using a car, it is recommended to keep the windows closed.
TRANSPORT – Senegal has a number of airports, the newest and the most important being Blaise Diagne International Airport in Dakar.
Roads connecting big towns are in good condition. Motorists should pay attention to the driving speed and avoid driving in the period July–October, due to heavy rains. In case of traffic accident in Dakar, please contact the Central Police Commissariat or the Gendarmerie. For other parts of the country, you may contact the nearest police or Gendarmerie station.
OTHER INFORMATION – The currency used in Senegal is the West African CFA franc.
Polite and kind behaviour is recommended at all times.
For consular assistance and protection while in Senegal, please contact the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Rabat (Kingdom of Morocco), which covers Senegal on a non-residential basis, at the telephone number: 00 212 537 752 201 or e-mail address: email@example.com.