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Visa Free Countries

By Bryan | Updated: 3rd Jul, 2019




While most of us may still find it difficult to travel around the world freely without a visa, Filipinos could actually skip the brunt of tit-for-tat diplomatic measures of obtaining one.

Skip the drama, grab your backpack and start traveling to more than 50 countries of the world — NO VISA!

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For first-time Pinoy travelers, your best bet is a passport that enables as much visa-free travel as possible. Start your travel bucket list to these countries with visa exemptions. Afterward, obtaining a visa would be so much easier.

Apart from having enough resources to support your travels, of course, the key is to prove that you are a genuine traveler. You could proudly show off your passport teeming with border stamps should you wish to continue and visit the rest of the big countries like the US, UK and Japan which strictly require a pre-arranged visa.

As good as it sounds, there are still some countries who are an advocate of visa-free travel while others stick to their border rules, strictly and religiously. Ecuador, for example, has one of the most lenient visa policies in the world as most visitors are not obliged to obtain a visa for stays up to 90 days. Some countries also issue visas upon arrival or right at the airport.

Fret not. Here's the list of countries who have made visa arrangements or visa exemptions for Filipinos visiting with genuine purpose of tourism.

Update as of July 2019:

Visa-free entry to Taiwan for Filipinos has been extended until next year, July 31, 2020.

Country

INFO

1

Anguilla

4 Weeks

2

Bolivia

59 Days

3

Brazil

90 Days

4

Brunei

14 Days

5

Cambodia

21 Days

6

China

Issued at PORT OF ENTRY (Hong Kong/Macau)

7

Colombia

90 Days

8

Comoros

Issued at the Airport

9

Costa Rica

30 Days

10

Cook Islands

31 Days

11

Djibouti

Visa on Arrival

12

East Timor

Visa on Arrival

13

Equador

90 Days

14

Fiji

No Visa

15

Haiti

3 Months

16

Hong Kong

14 Days

17

India

Visa on arrival - 30 days (limited only to New Delhi and Mumbai Airports)

18

Indonesia

30 Days

19

Iran

Visa on Arrival

20

Israel

Visa on Arrival

21

Lao

30 Days

22

Macau

30 Days

23

Malaysia

30 Days

24

Maldives

30 Days

25

Marshal Islands

Visa on Arrival

26

Micronesia

21 days

27

Mongolia

21 Days

28

Mozambique

Visa on Arrival (Maputo International Airport)

29

Morocco

90 Days

30

Myanmar

30 Days

31

Nepal

Visa on Arrival

32

Nicaragua

Visa on Arrival

33

Niue

30 Days

34

Palau

No Visa

35

Peru

90 Days

36

Saint Vincent And Grenadines

No Visa - 30 Days

37

Samoa

No Visa - 60 Days

38

Seychelles

No Visa

39

Singapore

30 Days

40

South Korea

Jeju Island – 30 Days

41

Sri Lanka

Visa on Arrival

42

St Helena Island

Short Term Entry Permit issued on arrival

43

Suriname

No Visa

44

Taiwan

14 Days (since Nov 2017)

45

Tajikistan

45 Days - Visa on arrival

46

Tanzania

Visa on Arrival

47

Thailand

30 Days on each visit

48

Togo

Visa on Arrival - 7 Days

49

Tuvalu

Visa on Arrival

50

Vanuatu

Visa on Arrival

51

Vietnam

21 Days

52

Zambia

14 Days - Visa issued at the port of entry



Further Reading


Andorra

A visa is not required to visit Andorra. Whilst it is located in Europe, it is not a party to the Schengen Treaty. However, there are no airports in Andorra and is only accesible through Spain or France.

Anguilla

Anguilla is part of Britain. No visa is required provided you can show you are visiting for tourism or business on arrival. http://gov.ai/immigration/imm_policy2001X.htm

Bolivia

A visa is required by all except the following, provided travelling for touristic purposes: (a) 1. nationals of countries mentioned in the chart above; (b) nationals of Argentina, Bahamas, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Iceland, Israel, Monaco, New Zealand, Netherlands Antilles, Norway, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Poland, St Lucia, St Kitts & Nevis, St Vincent & The Grenadines, South Africa, Switzerland, Turkey, Uruguay and Vatican City; http://www.learn4good.com/travel/bolivia_visa.htm

Brazil

Holders of passports of the following 76 jurisdictions do not require a visa to visit Brazil up to 90 days for tourism or business purposes (unless otherwise noted). An identity document is accepted instead of a passport in some cases: ANDORRA (business visa is required), ARGENTINA, AUSTRIA, BAHAMAS (business visa is required), BARBADOS (business visa is required), BELGIUM, BOLIVIA (business visa is required), CHILE, COLOMBIA, COSTA RICA, DENMARK, ECUADOR, FINLAND, FRANCE, GERMANY, GREECE, HUNGARY, ICELAND, IRELAND, ISRAEL, ITALY, LIECHTENSTEIN (business visa is required), LUXEMBURG, MALAYSIA (business visa is required), MEXICO, MONACO, MOROCCO, NAMIBIA (business visa is required), NETHERLANDS, NEW ZEALAND, NORWAY, PANAMA (business visa is required), PARAGUAY, PERU,PHILIPPINES, POLAND, PORTUGAL, SAN MARINO, SLOVENIA, SLOVAKIA, SOUTH AFRICA, SOUTH KOREA, SPAIN, SURINAME, SWEDEN, SWITZERLAND, THAILAND, TUNISIA, TURKEY, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO (business visa is required), UNITED KINGDOM, URUGUAY, VATICAN, VENEZUELA (business visa is required). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visa_policy_of_Brazil

Brunei

All foreign nationals entering Brunei Darussalam must have visas obtainable from any Brunei Darussalam diplomatic missions abroad except the following countries with whom Brunei Darussalam has visa arrangements which includes Philippines (14 DAYS) http://www.mofat.gov.bn/index.php/visa-information

Cambodia

Visa Exemption: Laos, Malaysia, Philippines (21 Days), Singapore http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visa_policy_of_Cambodia

Mainland China

Nationals from the following countries (including Philippines) can visit Hainan Island visa-free as long as their visit lasts 15 days or less and they are visiting as part of a tour group organised by a National Tourism Administration of China-approved travel agency based in Hainan. Aliens who hold ordinary passports, may apply to the visa-granting departments at entry ports:Beijing, Shanghai, Tianjin, Dalian, Fuzhou, Xiamen, Xi'an, Guilin, Hangzhou, Kunming, Guangzhou (BaiyunAirport), Shenzhen (Luohu & Shekou), Zhuhai (Gongbei). From Hong Kong to mainland China: Shenzhen (Luohu & Shekou) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visa_policy_of_China

Colombia

Philippine nationals DO NOT require a visa to enter Colombia as a tourist. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visa_policy_of_Colombia

Cook Islands

Bona fide visitors do not require entry permits provided they possess onward passage and do not intend staying for more than 31 days with valid passport, adequate financial means of supporting their stay, and suitable accommodation. http://www.mfai.gov.ck/index.php/immigration/visitors.html

Costa Rica

Filipinos are visa-exempt for visit up to 30 days (extendable up to 90), passport must be valid for 3 months. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visa_policy_of_Costa_Rica

East Timor

Visa available at the Presidente Nicolau Lobato International Airport in Dili (Díli) for periods of 30 days at 30 USD/person. If other conditions are met a single entry visa valid for up to 30 days (extendable for up to 90 days stay in total) is granted for a fee of US$30. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visa_policy_of_East_Timor

Ecuador

Ecuador has one of the most lenient visa policies in the world as most visitors are not obliged to obtain a visa for stays up to 90 days. All visitors must hold a passport valid for 6 months. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visa_policy_of_Ecuador

Fiji

The following classes of persons when landing in the Fiji Islands are exempted from obtaining a visa before entering the Fiji Islands: A National or citizen of Antigua & Barbuda, Argentina, Australia, Austria, The Bahamas, Bangladesh, Barbados, Belgium, Belize, Botswana, Brazil, Brunei Darussalam, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, Columbia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Dominica, Estonia, The Federal Republic of Germany, The Federated States of Micronesia, Finland, France, Gambia, Ghana, Greece, Grenada, Guyana, The Holy See (Vatican), Hungary, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Kenya, Kiribati, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Malawi, Malaysia, Maldives, Malta, Mauritius, Mexico, Moldova, Monaco, Nauru, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, Norway, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Peru, The Philippines http://www.fijiembassydc.com/default.asp?contentID=521

Haiti

Haiti allows citizens from all countries to stay visa free for 3 months except citizens of Colombia, Panama, and the Dominican Republic. http://www.haiti.org/index.php/consular-section/consular-services/26-the-embassy/content/138-visas

Hong Kong

Philippine nationals who desire to go to Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of China (HK) for transit, tourism or business with a stay of no more than 14 days are entitled to visa exemption. http://www.immd.gov.hk/en/services/hk-visas/visit-transit/visit-visa-entry-permit.html

India

Filipinos are are granted visa on arrival for a single stay up to 30 days in India when travelling as tourist or visiting family or friends. This is applicable at the following airports: Bengaluru, Chennai, Delhi, Kochi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Hyderabad and Thiruvananthapuram. Visa on arrival allows only a single entry and is issued maximum of two times in a calendar year, with a minimum gap of 60 days between each visit. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visa_policy_of_India

Indonesia

Filipinos DO NOT require a visa to enter Indonesia as a tourist for 30 days. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visa_policy_of_Indonesia

Iran

A 7-day visa is available on arrival at the following airports: Tehran MehrAbad or Imam Khomeini airport , Shiraz Airport, Mashhad Airport, Isfahan Airport, Tabriz Airport. Nationalities to be granted Iran tourist visa at Airport : Albania, Germany, Austria, Armenia , Uzbekistan, Spain, Australia, Slovenia, Slovakia, UAE United Arabic emirates, Indonesia , Ukraine, Italy, Ireland , Bahrain, Brazil, Brunei, Belarusian , Belgium, Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Portugal, Peru, Tajikistan, Thailand, Turkmenistan, China, Denmark, Russia federation, Romania, Japan, Singapore, Sweden, Switzerland, Syria, Saudi Arabia, Oman, France, Palestine, Finland, Philipines... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visa_policy_of_Iran

Israel

According to the Bilateral Agreement between the State of Israel and the Republic of the Philippines, Filipinos do not need a tourist visa prior to departure for Israel. All visitors will be interviewed at the Port of Entry. After having sufficiently answered the questions of the immigration officer, a visa will be issued prior to entry. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visa_policy_of_Israel

Korea, South

Visa free entry at Jeju/Cheju island for 30 days. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visa_policy_of_South_Korea

Laos

Citizens of the 15 countries which includes Philippines can visit Laos without a visa for 30 days. The signing of the Agreements on visa exemption between the Lao People Democratic Republic and other friendly countries have established the Turning point of the history in their relations and cooperation in all fields, and especially in consular Affairs. The agreements have played an important key role in the cause of the safeguarding and construction of Lao not only in the present time but also for the future. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visa_policy_of_Laos

Macau

Visas and entry permits are required by all visitors except the national passport holders some countries/territories including Philippines: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visa_policy_of_Macau Countries/ Territories Maximum Stay Period Philippines 30 days

Maldives

To enter Maldives no pre-arrival visa is required. A thirty day free visa is issued on arrival for all Nationalities, provided the following conditions are met:

.: Should posses a valid passport and .: Have a valid ticket to continue the journey out of Maldives and .: Have enough funds to cover the expenses for duration of the stay in Maldives. (US$100 + $50 dollars per day) or a confirmation of reservation in a Tourist Resort or a Hotel http://www.immigration.gov.mv/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=112&Itemid=96

Marshall Islands

Citizens of the Pacific Islands Forum countries, including Australia and New Zealand, Canada, European Union (includes United Kingdom), South Korea, Japan, Taiwan, and the Philippines who intend to visit the Republic (as tourists) may be issued with visitors visas UPON ARRIVAL in the Republic. http://www.visitmarshallislands.com/travel-to-the-marshall-islands

Micronesia

NO visa required for Philippine citizens if visit is less than 21 days. http://www.fsmembassydc.org/visa.htm

Mongolia

NO visa required for Philippine citizens for 21 days for all type of passports. http://mongolianembassy.us/list-of-countries-and-regions-with-no-visa-2/#.U8EnKY2SxH8

Morocco

Philippines is part of the countries with visa exemption to enter the Kingdom of Morocco. http://www.diplomatie.ma/en/Conseilsauxvoyageurs/tabid/3175/language/en-US/Default.aspx

Mozambique

Citizens of all countries can obtain visa on arrival if arriving through Maputo International Airport. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visa_policy_of_Mozambique

Myanmar

Visa exemption bot more than 30 days for citizens of Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia and Laos. http://www.travelsmyanmar.com/myanmarvisafaq.html

Nepal

With the exception of eleven states, every foreign national including Filipinos can obtain a tourist visa on arrival. Free visa for all tourists who visit Nepal for 3 days or less. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visa_policy_of_Nepal

Nicaragua

Citizens of the 73 countries and territories which includes the Philippines can visit Nicaragua by obtaining a visa on arrival. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visa_policy_of_Nicaragua

Niue

Passports are essential, and genuine tourists are given a free 30-day tourist visa upon arrival provided you have an onward ticket. Extensions are available upon application to the Immigration Office before arrival. http://www.niueisland.com/content/information

Palau

Visitors will receive a temporary visa by filling out a visa application prior to arriving at Koror/Airai International Airport. The visa is valid for a maximum stay of 30 days but can be extended. In order to obtain a visa on arrival visitors are required to hold a proof of sufficient funds (USD 200 per week).http://www.palauembassy.com/Travel.htm

Peru

Visa required by all except nationals of Andorra, Antigua and Barbuda, Argentina, The Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Bolivia, Brazil, Brunei, Chile, Colombia, Cook Islands, Costa Rica, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Federated States of Micronesia, Fiji, Grenada, Guatemala, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Hong Kong (SAR), Iceland, Indonesia, Israel, Jamaica, Kiribati, Korea (Rep), Liechtenstein, Malaysia, Malta, Marshall Islands, Mexico, Monaco, Nauru, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Niue, Norway, Palau, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, The Philippines, St Kitts and Nevis, St Lucia, St Vincent and the Grenadines, Samoa, San Marino, Singapore, Solomon Islands, South Africa, Surinam, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Tonga, Trinidad and Tobago, Tuvalu, Uruguay, Vanuatu, Vatican City and Venezuela, provided traveling as tourists, for stays of up to 90 days. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visapolicyof_Peru

Saint Vincent and Grenadines

Visas are not required. All foreign nationals visiting Saint Vincent and the Grenadines are granted visa free access for a maximum stay of 1 month. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/VisapolicyofSaintVincentandthe_Grenadines

Samoa

All nationalities traveling to Samoa do not require visas and the Government of Samoa allows visitors to remain in the country for 60 days. All visitors must hold a passport valid for 6 months. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visa_policy_of_Samoa

Seychelles

Irrespective of the nationality of the visitor and his or her family members, there are NO VISA requirements to enter Seychelles. However, the following documents must be shown in order to obtain immigration clearance at the Seychelles International Airport:

1) A passport valid on the date of entry to and exit from Seychelles 2) Return or onward ticket 3) Proof of accommodation; including contact details 4) Sufficient funds for the duration of the stay Presentation of all of the above documents will grant you a Visitor's Permit that will be issued upon arrival by the Seychelles Department of Immigration. http://www.seychelles.travel/en/planyourvisit/entry_formalities.php

Singapore

Philippines is part of the Assessment Level I and Assessment Level II lists who are allowed a maximum stay of 30 days without a visa in Singapore. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visapolicyof_Singapore

Sri Lanka

Visitors to Sri Lanka visiting for tourism purposes can obtain an Electronic Travel Authorization (ETA) prior to arrival or on arrival to Sri Lanka. Holders of ETA from all countries except Maldives, Seychelles and Singapore can obtain a visa on arrival that is valid for 30 days.

St. Helena Island

A Short Term Entry Permit for less than six months. is granted on arrival to St. Helena. http://www.sainthelena.gov.sh/short-term-entry-permit/

Suriname

A visa and return or onward ticket are required by all, except citizens of CARICOM countries and of Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica, Gambia, Israel, Japan, Malaysia, Netherlands Antilles, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Switzerland and Venezuela. Also note that visitors staying longer than one week must register at the Immigration Service (Vreemdelingen Politie) at Nieuwe Haven. Do not forget to take two good passport photos with you for this. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visapolicyof_Suriname

Taiwan

The Taipei Economic and Cultural Office (TECO) in the Philippines has the pleasure to announce hereby that starting from November 1, 2017, Philippine nationals who intend to visit the ROC (Taiwan) for the purpose of tourism, business, visiting relatives, attending functions or events can enjoy visa-free entry to Taiwan, ROC, for a duration of stay up to 14 days (starting from the day after arrival). This visa-free initiative shall undergo a 9-month trial period until July 31, 2018 as part of Taiwan’s goodwill and efforts of the “New Southbound Policy” to build closer people-to-people exchange of visits and an economic community between Taiwan and the Philippines. http://www.roc-taiwan.org/ph_en/post/1421.html

Tajikistan

Holders of Philippine passport are eligible to obtain a visa on arrival valid for a maximum stay of 45 days. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visapolicyof_Tajikistan

Thailand

Thailand is visa-free country for Filipinos. Philippine passport holders are not required to obtain a visa when entering Thailand for tourism purposes and will be permitted to stay in the Kingdom for a period of not exceeding 30 days on each visit. Foreigners who enter the Kingdom under the Tourist Visa Exemption category may re-enter and stay in Thailand for a cumulative duration of stay of not exceeding 90 days within any 6-month period from the date of first entry. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visa_policy_of_Thailand

Tuvalu

Visas are obtained on arrival and are issued for a maximum stay of 1 month. All visitors must hold a passport valid for 6 months.

Vanuatu

Visas are not required from most countries: (All commonwealth countries, Belgium, Denmark, Eire, Fiji, France and its dominions, Germany, Holland, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, Philippines, Taiwan, South Korea, Sweden, Switzerland, U.S.A.) However you must have a valid, ongoing or return airline ticket and your Passport must be valid for four months beyond your intended stay. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visapolicyof_Vanuatu

Vietnam

Citizens of Philippines do not require a visa for 21 days. http://lanhsuvietnam.gov.vn/Lists/BaiViet/B%C3%A0i%20vi%E1%BA%BFt/DispForm.aspx?List=dc7c7d75-6a32-4215-afeb-47d4bee70eee&ID;=306

Zambia

Citizens of Philippines including 92 countries and territories may obtain a visa for Zambia on arrival for up to 90 days as tourists or 30 days for business. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visa_policy_of_Zambia

13 Comments

  • Ricky Danganan
    50+ countries! I agree that if you start traveling to these visa free countries first, masa madali ng mag apply ng visa sa europe, uk and even US! Thanks for sharing
  • Bryan
    yep.. the list of countries is quite a lot actually... all worth to visit!
  • Alfonse
    This is an awesome list I'll bookmark this page to have good idea where I'm traveling to, if you have similar lists please post them so i can refer to your site if somebody needs something, Awesome work!
  • Bryan
    Appreciate it, Alfonse. It's a work in progress... Will keep on updating it. Cheers!
  • Koko
    Kindly validate the source. You need an e-visa to Iran. They need an electronic authorization or electronic reference number from the ministry of foreign affairs. Mahigpit sila so kailangan may sponsor ka sa iran.
  • Bryan
    Hi Koko. Thanks for checking. As part of the disclaimer from this blog, and as for any other countries who agreed to issue visa on arrival, the key is to show that you are indeed a genuine traveller. Iran is in fact, still issuing 15-day tourist visas from selected airports (Mehrabad, IKIA, Kish, Qeshm, Boushehr, Shiraz, Tabriz, Mashhad, Esfahan, Asalouyeh and Chahbahar airports) and an invitation letter from a sponsor is just one of the valid requirements. Actually, any one of the following proofs can be submitted at the airport plus a confirmed return ticket, of course: - Address and contact number of the place in which they want to stay in Iran - Invitation Letter - Hotel booking confirmation for duration of their stay in Iran Just to add, Philippines is definitely not on the list of non-eligible nationalities for airport visa. I hope this clarifies.
  • Koko
    Hi, May I know your source? I travelled to Iran in January and i definitely needed an electronic authorization from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Iran. I had to get my visa from Erbil, Iraq sent by the MFA Tehran. Thanks for the response though.
  • Bryan
    Hello Koko. Most of the Iranian travel agencies and Iranian Embassy sites state the same info that visa on arrival is permitted (e.g. iranianvisa<dot>com ). Would you be able to disclose on which airport did you arrive last January? I'm awaiting formal feedback from the Iranian embassy, in case, so I could update the info. Thanks again.
  • Glory Den Tejada
    Helo,, I want to go Singapore as a tourist but I hve been working there bfore 3 years and 10-months.And I wnt go there again as tourist to visit my bf in Singapore..? Wht document i need to prepare?I hope some advice..
  • Bryan
    Hi Glory. So long as you have a return ticket and hotel reservations for the entire duration of your stay to show that your genuinely visiting #Singapore as a tourist — you should be fine!
  • Arvy Valerio
    Hi Bryan. Im curious whats your source with this list of visa free countries for philippine passport holder. Have you traveled to this countries? As per DFA they could only confirm 25 visa free countries. And when you look at wikipidia its say 61 visa free countries for philippine passport holders but with no official list attached to it. Now im confused. Im now in search of a comfirm list of visa free countries for filipinos for my future travels. Thanks.
  • Bryan
    Hi Arvy. I appreciate the query — the info here are all linked to its respective local immigration sites as their visa policy may change from time to time. The ones published by DFA doesn't include most countries that allow visa on arrival (e.g. visas issued at the port or airports). I've included them here as it doesn't require the usual process of pre-arranged visas. I haven't visited all the countries yet — but I'll be more than happy to help if you have any country-specific query. All the best!
  • Mikka
    do you just buy tickets to these countries and you're good to go? O_O
  • Bryan
    ... a return ticket plus confirmed accommodations covering the duration of your stay and yes — you're good to go. Sometimes, you will be asked for an itinerary so you might want to plan it beforehand, just in case.
  • Jasmin Miravalles
    Hello.im a Filipina and have a boyfriend in Germany.I plan to visit him but I wish to go to singapore first to see around the country.from singapore ,do I need to have a visa to enter frankfurt?
  • Bryan
    Hi Jasmin, if you have a Philippines passport, you would need a visa to enter Frankfurt as for any other Shengen country regardless of your point of entry (e.g. Singapore).
  • Juliet Gloria Juanite
    Hi, yes had been in some countries...planning to go Fiji this year. did you been in Fiji?
  • Bryan
    Hola Juliet. That's nice. I haven't been to Fiji though but I'm hoping to spend one summer there ;)
  • Kerryann
    Wow, 52 visa free countries. It would be great visiting some of these countries with friends during the summer. Thanks guys for this list.
  • Bryan
    Yeah! I've actually included the countries who accept visa-on-arrival. I hope you find the list helpful, Kerryann.
  • Ajeesh
    I’m an Indian,I would like to visit Zubic and Bohol. What are the procedure to get Philippines tourist visa.
  • Bryan
    Hi Ajeesh. Indian nationals who wish to visit the Philippines for tourism purposes may be granted visa-free entry for an initial authorized stay not exceeding 14 days, provided they possess the following: a.) Either a valid US, Japanese, Australian, Canadian, Schengen, UK, or Singaporean multiple-entry visa or permanent residence permit. b.) An Indian passport valid at least six (6) months beyond the date of departure from the Philippines; c.) Return or onward ticket to the next country of destination; and d.) No derogatory record with the Philippine Bureau of Immigration. The 14-day visa-free entry may be extended by an additional 7 days with the Philippine Bureau of Immigration for a maximum stay of 21 days but is non-convertible to other visa categories.
  • Mel araneta
    TURKISH REPUBLIC OF NORTH CYPRUS IS VISA FREE FOR FILIPINOS
  • ブラックジャック
    Great article. I'm dealing with many of these issues as well..
  • Bryan
    Thanks for dropping by, Janet. If you have any insights related to visa-free travel for Filipinos, just pitch it in! :)

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