Monday – Friday
Monday – Thursday 9:30am – 3:00pm
Friday 9:30am – 12:00pm (noon)
58-59 Trafalgar Square, London, WC2N 5DX
Anyone holding an ordinary passport must have a visa to travel to Burundi, unless a special exemption has been granted by the competent authorities. The consular services of the Embassy of Burundi in the United Kingdom issue the following types of visas:
A valid travel document with a minimum of six months of validity before the expiration date, such as a Passport or other travel Document.
One (1) visa application form per applicant, legibly completed and signed.
A confirmed or unconfirmed round-trip ticket, or a letter from a travel agency.
Two recent, coloured, passport-sized photos. Please staple the photos on the corresponding forms.
A copy of a yellow fever vaccine certificate.
A letter from the government/company.
An invitation letter by family members or friends.
Proof of hotel reservation(s).
In the event you choose to post your application, a prepaid, self-addressed, stamped, express-returned envelope (such as Royal Mail, FedEx or UPS Envelope).
Nationals of the East African Community (EAC) and DRC are exempted from visa application, however, they need to have a valid passport issued by their respective countries (minimum six month of validity before the expiration date).
Holders of diplomatic or official passports are exempt from visa fees (minimum six month of validity before the expiration date).