Indian passport holders who are willing to apply for a Cameroon Tourist visa can find the necessary visa information on this page. In the following, you can find Cameroon Tourist visa requirements which mainly include the visa documents and eligibility criteria. General guidelines to be followed at the time of submission of Cameroon Tourist visa documents are mentioned on the page. For further visa consultation, you can contact BTW Visa Executives.
For detailed information, Please go through Cameroon Tourist Visa - Definitive Guide
In order to be eligible to travel to the country on a visa, you will have to meet the following eligibility criteria.
Be a genuine traveller-You must have a valid and good intention behind travelling to the country.
Eligible to bear all expenses -You must possess sufficient funds to support yourself and any dependents throughout the stay.
Reasons to return - You must have strong ties in your home country that will ensure that you will return after your stay.
Be of good character - You must have a clean criminal track record and be of good character. You may have to provide PCC (Police Clearance Certificate) for the same.
Be in good health -You must at least meet the minimum health requirements required by the authorities.
Indian nationals, proceeding direct from India, may forward their details to the Indian High Commission in Nigeria (Lagos), who will pass on the information to Cameroon for the issue of the visa on arrival. Visa fee, for a short stay is Pound 40, and long stay is pound 80 approximately.
Embassy/Consulate reserves the right to ask for additional documents or personal appearance for an interview in special cases. Submission of the above-mentioned documents does not guarantee that a visa is granted, so It's recommonded to get the professional visa consultation. Submission of incomplete documentation or refusal to appear for a special visa interview may result in the rejection of your visa application .
Although the information on this website has been prepared with utmost care. However, regulations and requirements are subject to change.