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The ITS Integrator User Group is not responsible for your Travel and Accommodation arrangements.
You have to make all such arrangements yourself.

Herewith information about discounted prices the Exco has negotiated on behalf of Delegates.

Entry, Exit and Visa Requirements

Requirements for Entry: 

  • Passport 
    • Passports must have at least six months of validity remaining beyond your planned date of departure. At least three completely blank pages are required for entry. If you are traveling with minor children to Namibia via South Africa, be aware that additional documentation is required.
  • Visa 
    • Tourists visiting Namibia for fewer than 90 days per calendar year are not required to obtain a visa in advance of their arrival. All other visa types (e.g., student, work, volunteer, etc.) must be obtained from the nearest Namibian embassy or consulate before travel. Visit the  Embassy of Namibia's website  for the most current visa information.
    • Upon arrival, check your visa validity before leaving the immigration counter to ensure that the visa stamp is valid for the length of your intended stay (up to 90 days) or transit through Namibia and that immigration officials have given you a correctly dated entry stamp, as this stamp will be checked upon departure. Overstaying the time granted or having an incorrect or missing entry stamp can result in detention, arrest, and fines. 
  • Proof of a negative SARS-CoV-2 PCR test result from country of departure that is no older than seven calendar days. Only COVID-19 certificates obtained on the Trusted Travel platform or verified on the Global Haven system are valid for entry into or exit from Namibia. See the U.S. Embassy's COVID-19 information page for further information. 
  • World Health Organization (WHO) card with yellow fever vaccination if traveling from a yellow fever endemic country. Check the CDC Yellow Book for further information. 

Parents traveling to Namibia with children should be prepared to produce unabridged birth certificates for their children demonstrating their parental relationship. Birth certificates should be original or certified copies of the original. When one parent is traveling alone with a child, he or she should present the unabridged birth certificate, plus a notarized consent from the other parent listed on the birth certificate authorizing him or her to enter/depart from Namibia with the child. Alternatively, the parent could also present a court order granting him or her full legal custody of the child, or the death certificate of the other parent named on the birth certificate. 

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