More information are to be found on the French website.
Embassy of Switzerland in Cameroon
As the official representation of Switzerland, the Embassy covers all matters concerning diplomatic relations between the two countries. It represents Swiss interests in the areas of political, economic, financial and legal affairs, as well as science, education and culture.
Measures for entering Switzerland
From 2 May 2022, the normal entry requirements for Switzerland will apply again and currently there are no pandemic-related entry restrictions.
All infomation about entering Switzerland is available on the website of the State Secretariat for Migration. To find out which measures apply to your particular situation, you can use the Travelcheck tool (the result of the consultation does not guarantee a visa).
Making an appointment and filling in the visa application form are free of charge. Please expect long waiting times.
Beware of visa scams
Please be aware that visa scams exist. Fraudulent companies offer websites that claim to offer assistance in obtaining a visa and charge a fee for providing information.
Only the Embassy's website is authoritative, and only the Embassy has the authority to decide whether to issue a visa. The Embassy provides you with free visa application forms and informs on procedures without any charges.
The fees for a Swiss visa are paid in cash only at the counter of the Embassy and the visa applicant must appear in person.
For more information: Swiss Crime Prevention
All Swiss nationals who are currently on touristic visits in Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea or Central African Republic are required to register on Itineris if they have not already done so. This will enable registered persons to be informed and enable them to be contacted if urgent matters arises.
For further information, you can also consult the FDFA website.
In case of any emergencies, please contact the Swiss Embassy in Yaounde.