Cameroonians willing to travel to Senegal will now henceforth benefit from new visa regulations as announced by representatives of the airline companies (Air Côte d’Ivoire, Asky, Camair-Co) that shuttle between Douala/Yaounde and Dakar-Senegal.
The new Visa rules were revealed to the press on January 15, 2018, in Douala by the honorary council of Senegal in Cameroon. “The presentation of entry visas at departure is no more a prerequisite for Cameroonians heading to Senegal”, the honorary council explained.
The Senegalese diplomat also hinted that, to ease visa procedures, a system will be put in place as well at the Blaise Diagne international airport in Dakar Senegal in order to handle visa requests on arrival.
Before new rules, Cameroonian travellers to Senegal had to request a visa at the embassy in Cameroon.
It should be noted that, a single-entry visa for a 30-day in the West African economic hub stands at $100 (about CFA50,000) .