Below is the
exhaustive list of documents required for tourist visa to South Africa
passport valid for a minimum period of three months after the expiry date of
the visa (passports issued more than ten years ago are no longer accepted) *
and 1 old passport if applicable plus one copy of the first and last page of
the current passport. The passport should have 2 blank pages.
application form – should be filed and signed by Black pen only & block
recent photographs not older than 6 months, 35mm X 45mm, white background, matt
finish, not used for previous visa.
Proof of hotel booking, (verifiable) stating
the name, passport number of applicant(s) and duration
of visit, physical address, as well as contact details of the hotel as well as
authorized signature’s name,
designation and signature;
private bank account statement showing the turnover during the last 6 months,
duly stamped and signed by the bank.
Tax Returns for last 3 years.
certificate, if the applicant’s passport is on maiden name.
letter address to – To,Visa officer, Consulate General of South Africa,
Id/Bonafide – if student.
order/retire proof – if retired.
Cash investments like FD,PPF,Shares,Bonds,Policies,property papers.
If the applicant is
Slips for last 3 months.
for leave from employer/ school/ university clearly mentioning the name,
passport number of applicant(s) and duration of visit. Letter must have the
physical address, as well as contact details of authorized signature’s name,
designation and signature.
If the applicant is a
company owner or self-employed:
of registration of the company + 2 Letterheads.
Documents if Visiting
Friend / Family:
& Visa Copies attested by local notary/police authority.
letter attested by local notary/police authority.
proof attested by local notary/police authority.
6 months Salary slips and Bank statement- attested by local notary/police
Visa Fees :- INR 2040 (Mumbai)
Time Taken: 12 days
Visa Fee Subject to Change.
Although the information on this website has been prepared with utmost care. However, regulations and requirements are subject to change.
Embassy/Consulate reserves the right to ask for additional documents or personal appearance for an interview in special cases. Submission of the above-mentioned documents does not guarantee that a visa is granted. Submission of incomplete documentation or refusal to appear for a special visa interview may result in the rejection of your application.