Mauritania Tour Guide: Visas

Mauritania Tour Guide: Visas Last updated on Thursday 22nd April 2010

Visas are required by all visitors except the citizens of France and Italy.

On arrival, you will be required to fill out a currency and valuables declaration form and you must report to the police at your first large town.

Going to Mali, you will pass through a checkpoint and there are a number of checks if you are travelling south to Nouadhibou.

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