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Countries Filipinos Can Visit Without A Visa

Just how powerful is the Philippine Passport? Not as powerful as passports from the first world countries and not as weak as those from the third world countries. That being said, the following are the countries and territories Philippine passport holders can visit without a need for prior visa.

  1. Armenia – 120 days Visa on Arrival
  2. Bolivia – 90 days
  3. Brazil – 90 days
  4. Brunei – 14 days
  5. Burundi – 30 days Visa on Arrival
  6. Cambodia – 21 days
  7. Cape Verde – Visa on Arrival
  8. Colombia – 90 days
  9. Comoros – Visa on Arrival
  10. Costa Rica – 30 days
  11. Djibouti – Visa on Arrival
  12. Dominica (NOT Dominican Republic) – 21 days
  13. Ecuador – 90 days
  14. Fiji – 4 months
  15. Gambia – 90 days
  16. Guinea-Bissau – 90 days Visa on Arrival
  17. Haiti – 3 months
  18. Hong Kong – 14 days
  19. India – 30 Days Electronic Travel Authorization
  20. Indonesia – 30 days
  21. Israel – 3 months
  22. Kenya – 3 months Visa on Arrival
  23. Kyrgyzstan – 1 month Visa on Arrival
  24. Laos –30 days
  25. Macau – 30 days
  26. Madagascar – 90 days Visa on Arrival
  27. Malaysia – 30 days
  28. Maldives – 30 days Visa on Arrival
  29. Mali – Visa on Arrival
  30. Marshall Islands – 90 days Visa on Arrival
  31. Mauritania – Visa on Arrival
  32. Micronesia – 30 days
  33. Mongolia – 21 days
  34. Morocco – Visa Not Required
  35. Mozambique – 30 days Visa on Arrival
  36. Myanmar –14 days
  37. Nepal – 90 days Visa on Arrival
  38. Nicaragua – 90 days Visa on Arrival
  39. Palau – 30 days Visa on Arrival
  40. Papua New Guinea – 60 days Visa on Arrival
  41. Peru – 183 days
  42. Rwanda – 90 days
  43. Saint Lucia – 6 weeks Visa on Arrival
  44. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines – 1 month
  45. Samoa – 60 days Entry permit on Arrival
  46. Seychelles – 1 month Visa on Arrival
  47. Singapore – 30 days
  48. Somalia – Visa on Arrival
  49. Sri Lanka – 30 Days Electronic Travel Authorization
  50. Suriname – 90 days
  51. Tajikistan – 45 days Visa on Arrival
  52. Tanzania – Visa on Arrival
  53. Thailand – 30 days
  54. Timor-Leste – 30 days Visa on Arrival
  55. Togo – 7 days Visa on Arrival
  56. Tuvalu – 1 month Visa on Arrival
  57. Uganda – Visa on Arrival
  58. Vanuatu – 30 days
  59. Vietnam – 21 days
  60. Zambia – 90 day Visa on Arrival

Visa on Arrival means that Filipinos still need to secure a valid visa and pay the required fees upon arrival in that particular country.

Some observations: most countries where a prior visa is not required for Filipinos are from the African and South American continents; most the these countries are third world nations; with the exception of countries from some ASEAN region, there are no direct and cheap flights from Manila to these countries.

PASSPORT2On the other hand, these are the countries that allow Philippine passport holders to enter their territories provided he/she is a holder of a valid Schengen, US, UK, or Canada visa.

  1. Albania – Schengen, US, UK
  2. Andorra – Schengen
  3. Antigua and Barbuda – US, Canada, Schengen, UK
  4. Bosnia and Herzegovina – Schengen
  5. Bulgaria – Schengen
  6. Croatia – Schengen
  7. Cyprus – Schengen
  8. Dominican Republic – Canada, US, Schengen
  9. El Salvador – Canada, US, Schengen
  10. Guatemala – Canada, US, Schengen
  11. Honduras – Canada, US, Schengen
  12. Mexico – US
  13. Macedonia – Schengen
  14. Montenegro – Ireland, Schengen, UK, US
  15. Nicaragua – Canada, US, Schengen
  16. Romania – Schengen
  17. Taiwan – Australia, Canada, Japan, New Zealand, Schengen, UK, US but must secure Online Travel Authority

Just in case you have time to travel, where would you like to go first? Share us your thoughts in the comments section.

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