Embassy of Mali in Rabat mali visa
Embassy – to apply for Mali visa in Rabat

How to get Mali Visa in Rabat Morocco

If you are planning to visit Mali, then one of the easiest places to get a Mali visa is Rabat. The embassy accepts applications from 9 am until 2 pm and visas are issued between 11 am – 3 pm.

Please contact the embassy directly regarding opening hours as they can vary.

More details can be found here at 123embassy.com.

We applied before noon and our visa was ready at 3 pm. Friendly staff even asked if we needed a multi-entry visa or one for 90 days.

Single entry 30 days visa for Australian and EU passports costs 250 MAD.

Multi entry 90 days Mali visa costs 550 MAD.

Our Mali visa
Our Mali visa

What you will need to get Mali Visa in Rabat:

  • 2 Passport Photos
  • A completed application form provided by the embassy for Mali Visa 
  • A fee of 250 MAD paid in cash (single entry)
  • A printed copy of your passport
  • They have asked us for a hotel booking but didn’t need it in the end.

Location: Address: Embassy of Mali, 7, Rue Thami Lambaouar, Rabat, Morocco

Google maps will get you there and metered taxis are cheap in Rabat.

There is also a patisserie, Carrefour supermarket, and a bank nearby. Mauritania Embassy is just down the road if you are applying for a Mauritania visa too – Go to their embassy first thing in the morning as they don’t keep your passports, then get your Mali visa.

Have you recently applied for Mali Visa recently? Let us know in the comments.

I hope this information about applying for a Mali visa in Rabat is helpful for you. Would you happen to need some information about applying for other African visas? Check out our Visa Guide.

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