In addition to filling out the application form, you’ll need to provide a digital copy of your passport, a digital passport-sized photo, a digital copy of your return flight ticket, a digital copy of the booking for the hotel you’ll be staying at (or, if you’ll be staying at private accommodation, a digital copy of the CPR Reader’s print-out of whoever you’ll be staying with) and a digital copy of a bank statement (featuring your name and dated no more than three months earlier than the date of your application). Also, your bank balance must contain at least $800 (US), or equivalent, and you’ll need a credit/ debit card for payment purposes.
This depends on the processing time you have chosen. Please refer to the FastTrackVisa website page for that country for more information.
Depending on which payment option you choose when you apply, it will either take 48 hours or 3-5 business days to process your eVisa and for you to receive it.
A Tourist eVisa ensures you’re eligible to stay in Bahrain for a maximum 30 days, including multiple entries to the country.
Your passport must be valid for the duration of your time spent in Bahrain. It must also contain at least one blank page so it can be stamped.
Provided they meet the necessary criteria, citizens of many different countries are eligible for a Bahrain Tourist eVisa. Please use our visa checker tool to find out whether you’re eligible.
This is a multiple entry visa solution, so you can use it to enter Bahrain as often as you wish, so long as you don’t use it outside its 30-day window of validity.
A Tourist eVisa entitles you to stay for a maximum of 30 days.
No, that’s not possible. You can only apply for and obtain a Tourist eVisa for Bahrain outside the country itself.
You can use the eVisa to enter Bahrain on any date within its 30-day window of validity.
Yes, but only if your original Tourist eVisa has expired; this is because an eVisa is digitally linked to its holder’s passport and no passport can be linked to more than one eVisa at a time. If you lose your passport, you’ll have to apply for a new Tourist eVisa (an eVisa can’t be used without the passport it’s linked to).
Yes. Your first step in doing this should be to contact the General Directorate of Nationality, Passports & Residence (NPRA) after you’ve arrived in Bahrain.
Should your application not be approved, you’ll have to reapply for a Tourist eVisa at your nearest Azerbaijan embassy or consulate.
You must have been vaccinated for yellow fever if travelling from a country with a risk of transmission, please ensure you carry proof of your vaccine.
The situation in each country during the Covid 19 pandemic is changing rapidly. Please check with the foreign office of the country in order to ascertain the most up to date entry requirement for vaccination and Covid tests.
The Tourist eVisa is meant for travellers who wish to visit for tourism purposes.