With the exception of delegates from the East African Community countries, a visa is required for travel to Rwanda. The Rwanda Directorate General of Immigration and Emigration website states that from 1st Jan 2018, nationals of all countries receive a visa on arrival at Kigali International Airport and all land borders on arrival or from Rwandan Embassies prior to travel.
Optionally, one can apply online at the official website of the DGIE; www.migration.gov.rw or the Government portal www.irembo.gov.rw only. There is no single affiliated Agent that is authorized to apply for visa on your behalf. Such Agents may mislead travellers and charge more than the visa fees. The visa fees must not exceed 30 USD for single entry visa. Follow this link to know the standard rates of visa fees; https://www.migration.gov.rw/index.php?id=249
Proof of yellow fever vaccination is required for travellers entering from regions with yellow fever transmission. This may extend to recent travel as well.
The Rwandan government is allowed to change this process at any time and is allowed to request additional materials during the visa process.
For more information about Visa requirements, fees and exempt countries click here.
The 6th International African Palliative Care Conference will be held at the Kigali Convention Centre, located on Highway KN5, adjacent to the Kimihurura Roundabout, just 6km from Kigali International Airport.
Kigali Convention Centre’s 2,600-seater Auditorium.
Accommodation in the Kigali Convention Centre: US$200 single room per night
Tel: +250 252 252 252 or +250 252 253 253
Delegates are to arrange with their hotels or use the official airport transfer services that are available at the Kigali International Airport