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Colombia Visa

Travel Visas to Colombia

Travelers from the USA, Canada, Australia, western Europe, Bhutan, South Africa, the Philippines, South Korea, Honduras, Panama, and Japan do not require a pre-arranged visa to enter Colombia. Most travelers from these countries are given 60 days upon arrival.

Visas can be extended for one month at a time in most major cities. It costs $32 and you need to present two copies each of the main page of your passport, the page with the entrance stamp, and your onward ticket out of the country as well as four photographs. You can stay for up to six months of a calendar year.

The countries in red need a visa to visit Colombia

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