Official Tourist Electronic Travel Authority (eTA) to Sri Lanka

Official Sri Lanka Tourist Electronic Travel Authority by Sri Lanka - Ministry for Foreign Affairs requests visa to Sri Lanka. Apply now for ETA to Sri Lanka

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Valid for 180 Days

Tourist e-Visa

Double Entry

Government Fee

$35.00

/applicant

Valid for 90 Days

Business e-Visa

Double Entry

Government Fee

$48.00

/applicant

Aid-Air does not charge a fee before checking all of your documents. Checking the documents and your eligibility for a visa is free.

Required Documents To Apply

  • Passport Personal Details Scan (if applicable)

Important Instructions

  • The ETA is limited to 30 days in Total of stay in Sri Lanka from the date of arrival, and allows for two (2) entries.
  • Important: The validity of the Visa for the two entries is 30 days and starts on the first arrival date. This means the departure date for the second entry must be within 30 days of the first arrival date.
  • The information entered will be sent electronically to DI&E (Department of Immigration & Emigration) and we will send your Sri Lanka ETA online via email.
  • Travelers who want to visit Sri Lanka must have a passport valid for at least 6 months from the planned date of entry.
  • We suggest passengers verify the information, print it out, and bring a physical copy on their trip. The check-in staff at the airports can also verify the registration on their system. However, we highly recommend that clients keep a copy available on a personal electronic device in addition to carrying a printed copy.
  • You cannot obtain a new ETA while you are in Sri Lanka, regardless of whether your current ETA is valid or expired.
  • Nationals of Yellow Fever affected countries must carry a yellow fever vaccination card at the time of arrival in Sri Lanka.
NOTE: Citizens of the Republic of Singapore, the Republic of Maldives and the Republic of Seychelles are exempt from obtaining this visa (meaning they can travel there without applying for a visa)

Learn More: Tourist Electronic Travel Authority (eTA) to Sri Lanka

In January 2012, the Department of Immigration and Emigration of Sri Lanka introduced the Electronic Travel Authorization (ETA) system for travelers visiting Sri Lanka. Travelers from almost any country in the world can now apply online without having to visit an embassy or consulate. The ETA is an official authorization for short-term visits to Sri Lanka and is issued electronically. Applicants will receive their visas via email after completing the application form with the necessary information, and once the online payment is completed. Simple, right?