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What you will need: 

A visa is not required for U.S. citizens traveling to Colombia for tourist visits.  A valid passport is required.

What you will need: 

  • A visa is required for business travel.  The Embassy of Colombia requires a different visa application be submitted based on your purpose of business travel to the country. Please refer to their website to determine the appropriate application needed.
  • For full visa application instructions, please refer to the Embassy of Colombia’s website.

See our Price List for detailed information about Service Fees and Shipping information.

*Please note, you can also fill out and submit your application for free (excluding embassy fees) by visiting the Colombia Embassy website. We have no affiliation with any government embassy or agency.

Forward Documents To:
1001 Connecticut Ave NW
Suite 710
Washington, DC 20036

We ask that you send the documents listed above via FedEx or UPS so the delivery can be tracked. Please call us at 202-393-3030 to let us know that your documents have been sent. See our Price List for detailed information about Service Fees and Shipping information.

No vaccinations are required to enter Colombia from any country.


  • Vaccination against Yellow Fever for all passengers visiting middle valley of the Magdalena river, eastern and western foothills of the Cordillera Oriental from the frontier with Ecuador to that with Venezuela, Uraba, foothills of the Sierra Nevada, eastern plains(Orinoquia) and Amazonia;
  • Malaria prophylaxis. Malaria risk – P. vivax (58%), P. falciparum (42%) – is high throughout the year in rural/jungle areas below 800 m. Transmission occurs in municipalities of the regions Uraba-Bajo Cauca, Orinoquia, Pacifico and Amazonia. Transmission intensity varies from department to department, with the highest risk in Amazonas, Choco, Cordoba, Guainia, Guaviare, Putumayo and Vichada.
  • Chloroquine-resistant P.falciparum exists in Uraba-Bajo Cauca, Pacifico and Amazonia. Resistance to sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine reported.
  • Recommended prevention in risk areas: III.; in Uraba-Bajo, Causa, Pacifico and Amazonia, IV.
  • Passport required.
  • Passport and/or passport replacing documents must be valid on arrival.
  • Visa required, except for those holding normal passports, coming for touristic purposes only and for a stay of max. 90 days being:  nationals of U.S.A.;


  • Passengers under 18 years of age, being nationals or legal residents of Colombia, can leave from Colombia if: For details, click here

Additional Information:

  • All passengers coming as tourists must hold tickets and documents for their onward/return travel and sufficient funds to cover their stay.
  • Length of stay for U.S.A. nationals holding normal passports can be extended up to a max. stay of 180 days per calendar year For details, click here
  • All visitors to San Andres Island, For details, click here


Helpful Resources

Sample Visa
Business Letter

ETIAS Visa Waiver Postponed

How to confirm an Apostille is authentic

Tips for successful document processing

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