Tuvalu Visa Requirements
It is generally believed that the earlier ancestor came mostly from Samoa, possibly by way of Tokelau, while others came from Tonga and Uvea (walls island). These settlers were all Polynesians with the exception of Nui where many people are descendants of Micronesians from Kiribati. There are three distinct linguistic areas in Tuvalu. The first area contains the islands of Noumea, Niutao and Nanumaga. The second is the island of Nui where the inhabitants speak a language that is fundamentally derived from i-kiribati.
The third linguistic group comprises the islands of Vaitupu, Nukufetau, Funafuti and Nukulaelae. Today, Tuvalu and English are both spoken throughout the islands. The first European Explorer to make contact with Tuvalu was Alvaro de Mendana y Neyra, a Spanish explorer. He sailed westward across the Pacific in 1567 -8 to discover, explorer and name a substantial part of the eastern half of the Solomon Islands. On january 16, 1568 Mendana, with his ship Capitana, sighted his first island, which turned out to be Nui and named it the isle of Jesus.
Assistance regarding Visa application process:
Visa Assistant Manager: Shafiuddin Ahmed (Tuhin)
Mobile: (+88) 01678569293
Visas are not required by Bangladesh nationals for stays in Tuvalu of up to 30 days.
-Entry permits for a maximum one-month stay are issued on arrival providing a valid passport (at least for 6 months from the date of arrival),
-proof of accommodation
-and a return/onward ticket.
For any Countries visa assist query please call at (+88) 01678569293