I am a U.S. citizen and will be traveling to Maputo, Mozambique (i.e., Moz) in a few months. We're flying into Maputo International Airport. I will need to enter Mozambique twice - once on arrival and again after a S. African day tour. I recently saw that the Moz entry requirements changed in Spring 2017. National travel sites are reporting that Moz dual-entry 30-day visas are now being issued to all tourist upon arrival regardless if there is an embassy in their country of origin. The costs is $50 USD. See the Travel Weekly (https://www.travelweekly.com/Middle-East-Afr…) and this Moz Tour Coumpany located within that county (https:/…). I cannot call Dana Tours directly to verify the information, but they are advertising it on their company website as a way to boost tourism. Has anyone been to Moz lately and can verify that this arrival process worked at the airport for them? I emailed the U.S. Embassy Maputo Consular, and they confirmed the new requirements. However, the U.S. State Department has not updated their website with this new information. I'm trying to determine if I should get the visa before I leave the U.S. or wait until I arrive. I don't want to be denied entry, and I'm not sure why there is no official documentation on this.