Visa support

IOF member federations that do not need visa to Belarus: Argentina, Azerbaijan, Brazil, China, Cuba, Ecuador, Israel, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Macedonia (invitation is needed), Moldova, Montenegro (invitation is needed), Russia, Serbia, Turkey, and Ukraine.

Visa-free travel

Citizens of EU countries, as well as Australia, New Zeland, United States, and some other countries do not need visa to Belarus for 30 days stay if they come via Minsk National Airport. The visa-free regime does not apply to people arriving to Belarus by planes from Russia. You will need only a passport and a health insurance.

Information on visa-free travel via Minsk National Airport

Citizens of EU countries, as well as Australia, New Zeland, United States, and some other countries do not need visa to Belarus for 10 days stay if they come via border checkpoints near Grodno. Visitors can enter Belarus via Rudawka – Liasnaja (Poland), Kuźnica – Bruzgi (Poland), Švendubrė – Pryvalka (Lithuania) and Raigardas–Pryvalka (Lithuania) border checkpoints, as well as Grodno railway station. You will need a passport, a health insurance, and the letter of support from the organizers. You may only visit the territory of Grodno Region and Grodno city.

Participants should contact the organizers together with final entry. Belarusian Orienteering Federation will render necessary visa support and issue documents for crossing the border of all participants.