Countries Filipinos Can Visit Without Visa

The Philippines currently ranked number 76 tied with Cape Verde at The Henley and Partners Visa Restrictions Index 2016 with Germany topping the list.  The Visa Restrictions Index is a ranking of countries based on the travel freedom its citizens enjoy.  How convenient it would be to travel to whichever country you desire without the hassle of getting visa and worrying about getting approved?  Currently, the Philippines can enter to 61 countries and territories without a visa or visa on arrival, that’s 61 out of 218 countries and territories, quite not there yet.

Filipinos are still not able to see the Grand Canyon, Statue of Liberty, the Eiffel Tower, the Sydney Opera, the Louvre, or may not be able to experience the Cherry Blossom in Japan or witness the Northern Lights without having a visa, but, there are still some magnificent places to see.

Twin Towers in Malaysia, the Jeju Island, the amazing Maldives, Angkor Wat in Siem Reap, floating market in Thailand, the Christ the Redeemer statue in Brazil are just some of the most beautiful tourist attractions that Filipinos can readily visit without visa.  Who knows one day we can visit more countries, maybe USA or Europe without the need for a visa?  Well, a man can dream.

Here are the list of countries Filipinos can visit without a Visa:

VISA NOT REQUIRED

Bolivia 90 days
Brazil 90 days
Brunei 14 days
Cambodia 21 days
 

Colombia

90 days on arrival and can be extended for another 90 days
Cook Islands 31 days
Dominica 21 days
Ecuador 90 days
Fiji 4 months
 

Gambia

90 days but an entry must be obtained from Gambian Immigration prior to travel
Haiti 3 months
Hong Kong 14 days
Kish Island
Indonesia 30 days
Israel 3 months
Jeju Island (South Korea) 30 days
Laos 30 days
Macao 30 days
Malaysia 30 days
Micronesia 30 days
Mongolia 21 days
Morocco
 

Myanmar

14 days and 28 days for E-Visa. Must arrive via Yangon, Nay Pyi Taw or Mandalay Airports
Peru 183 days
Pitcairn Islands 14 days
Rwanda 90 days
Saint Vincent and Grenadines 1 month
Singapore 30 days
Thailand 30 days
Vanuatu 30 days
Vietnam 21 days
Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus 3 months

Read:  Places in China Filipinos Can Visit Without Visa

Visa on Arrival is almost the same as no Visa Required.  The only difference is that one may be required to pay for Visa fee.  

VISA ON ARRIVAL

Armenia 120 days
Burundi 3 months
Cape Verde
Comoros
Costa Rica 30 days and can be extended to 90 days
Djibouti
Guinea-Bissau
Iran 30 days
 

Kyrgyzstan

1 month and only available at Manas International Airport
Madagascar 30 days
Mahawi
Maldives 30 days
Marshall Islands 90 days
 

Mauritania

Available at Nouakchott-Oumtounsy International Airport
Mozabique 30 days
Nepal 90 days
Nicaragua 90 days
Niue 30 days
Palau 30 days
Papua New Guinea 60 days
Saint Lucia 6 weeks
Samoa Entry Permit on Arrival for 60 days
Seychelles Visitor’s Permit on Arrival
 

Somalia

30 days; invitation letter must be submitted by sponsor at least 2 days before arrival at Airport Immigration Department
 

Tajikistan

45 days at Dushanbe International Airport. E-visa is also available and can enter at all entry ports.
Tanzania
Timor-Leste 30 days
Togo 7 days
Trinidad and Tobago
Tuvalu 1 month
Uganda E-visa is also available
Zambia 90 days

Electronic Visa is a visa applied online and should be processed before your arrival.  Fees may also be paid, but this process is more convenient than going to embassies or consulates to apply for one.

E-VISA

Antigua and Barbuda
Gabon Must arrive via Libreville International Airport
Georgia
India E-Tourist Visa; 30 days
Kenya 3 months
Sri Lanka Electronic Travel Authorization; 30 days
Zimbabwe

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