Countries that don't require visas

There is nothing more exhilarating than planning your next getaway. In fact, the fun actually begins in selecting the places you will visit and what you will do there.

Unfortunately for Filipinos, planning their dream vacation is sometimes tricky what will all the visas and other restrictions imposed by several rich countries who are wary against possible illegal aliens crossing their borders.

Before issuing visas, they require documents that would prove that you are capable of financing your journey and that you have all the reasons to come back.

I really cannot blame them. Sometimes, Filipinos really do jump ship, never coming back.

This however, affects most Filipinos who end up enduring long queues and arrogant embassy officials among others, just to get those precious visas.

It is comforting to know, however that there are countries and states that allow visits from Filipinos without requiring tourist visas. All you need is your passport and enough pocket money, of course. Cool huh?

Here are several countries, which Filipinos can visit without a visa. I hope that this is useful in planning your adventures. Read on.

Andorra – 90 days
Bermuda – 90 days
Bolivia – 90 days
Brazil – 90 days (Business visa is also not required)
Brunei – 14 days
Burundi – unknown days
Colombia – 180 days
Comoros – 90 days
Cook Islands – 31 days
Costa Rica – unknown days
Ecuador – 90 days (Business visa is also not required)
Fiji – tourist not required
Galapagos islands – Tourist, Business, and Official visa not required
Haiti – 90 days
Hong Kong – 14 days
Indonesia – 30 days
Israel – 90 days
Jeju island in South Korea- 30 days
Macau – 30 days
Malaysia – 30 day
Maldives – 30 days
Micronesia – 30 days
Mongolia – 21 days
Morocco – 90 days
Oman – unknown days
Palestine – Tourist, Business, and Official visa not required
Peru – 90 days
Saint Helena – 90 days
Samoa – unknown days
Seychelles 30 days
Singapore – tourist visa not required
Sri lanka – 30 days
Suriname – 90 days
Thailand – 30 days
Tuvalu – 90 days

Source: http://www.visahq.com/visas.php

For more details, please check out www.neilisawanderingsoul.blogspot.com
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  • ЅUX2B?ЅUX2B? El Verdadero Guayabero PExer
    There is nothing more exhilarating than planning your next getaway. In fact, the fun actually begins in selecting the places you will visit and what you will do there.

    Unfortunately for Filipinos, planning their dream vacation is sometimes tricky what will all the visas and other restrictions imposed by several rich countries who are wary against possible illegal aliens crossing their borders.

    Before issuing visas, they require documents that would prove that you are capable of financing your journey and that you have all the reasons to come back.

    I really cannot blame them. Sometimes, Filipinos really do jump ship, never coming back.

    This however, affects most Filipinos who end up enduring long queues and arrogant embassy officials among others, just to get those precious visas.

    It is comforting to know, however that there are countries and states that allow visits from Filipinos without requiring tourist visas. All you need is your passport and enough pocket money, of course. Cool huh?

    Here are several countries, which Filipinos can visit without a visa. I hope that this is useful in planning your adventures. Read on.

    Andorra – 90 days
    Bermuda – 90 days
    Bolivia – 90 days
    Brazil – 90 days (Business visa is also not required)
    Brunei – 14 days
    Burundi – unknown days
    Colombia – 180 days
    Comoros – 90 days
    Cook Islands – 31 days
    [highlight]Costa Rica – unknown days[/highlight]
    Ecuador – 90 days (Business visa is also not required)
    Fiji – tourist not required
    Galapagos islands – Tourist, Business, and Official visa not required
    Haiti – 90 days
    Hong Kong – 14 days
    Indonesia – 30 days
    Israel – 90 days
    Jeju island in South Korea- 30 days
    Macau – 30 days
    Malaysia – 30 day
    Maldives – 30 days
    Micronesia – 30 days
    Mongolia – 21 days
    Morocco – 90 days
    Oman – unknown days
    Palestine – Tourist, Business, and Official visa not required
    Peru – 90 days
    Saint Helena – 90 days
    Samoa – unknown days
    Seychelles 30 days
    Singapore – tourist visa not required
    Sri lanka – 30 days
    Suriname – 90 days
    Thailand – 30 days
    Tuvalu – 90 days

    Source: http://www.visahq.com/visas.php

    For more details, please check out www.neilisawanderingsoul.blogspot.com

    30 days for Costa Rica, but they're getting stricter. I've heard they're thinking about requiring a visa in the future. You should also include Nicaragua, where Philippine passport holders can stay up to 30 days.

    :)
  • carloscarlos the Wanderer ✭✭
    Filipinos can now get visas on arrival in INDIA. (Wala kasi masyadong pumupunta at gusto mag work doon hehehe). Add ko lang din ang NEPAL sa list. :)
  • kanlat16kanlat16 Member ✭✭
    kailangan ba ng visa ang busan?
  • oh thank you about nicaragua and nepal..... keep it coming guys
  • oh i also forgot, thailand, vietnam and cambodia but of course you knew that already dahil ASEAN sila heheehe
  • neni0hkneni0hk is at cruising altitude ✭✭
    kanlat16 wrote: »
    kailangan ba ng visa ang busan?

    Yes, since South Korea requires Filipino passport holders to secure a visa to enter their territory.
  • tama ka dyan neni0hk. medyo mahigpit na rin ngayon ang korean embassy eh, dami lalong requirements
  • guys san ang biyahe nyo this holy week? sama ako basta walang visa hehehe
  • i know guys ako ang nag post nito, pero ang hirap pala humanap ng murang flights papunta sa karamihan sa mga countries na ito grabe
  • ubermenschubermensch Member ✭✭✭
    At bilang karagdagang mungkahi, tignan kung may direct flight papunta sa isang bansang di kailangan ng visa. Kasi kung wala, baka ang dadaanang bansa ay kailangan ang transit visa.
  • guys, i just found out that palau also does not require visas for Filipinos, you can visit. there are direct flights from manila to palau via continental airlines
  • purpleheadd07purpleheadd07 Babae po ako ✭✭
    gusto ko makarating ng Turkey. :D
  • magalesmagales ako ito eh! PExer
    sarap sa Brazil sigurro, kaso lahat naman ng flight papunta dun kelangan ng transit visa :p
  • rationalrational Member ✭✭✭
    Good luck getting to the Galapagos Islands! :lol:

    Many countries have transit lounges or give transit visas on arrival. So, shouldn't be a big problem. One exception that I know is Canada.
  • neilinmanilaneilinmanila Member PExer
    grabe i heard kahit walang visa, ang tindi daw ng security to israel, kasama pa naman yan sa wish list ko
  • ЅUX2B?ЅUX2B? El Verdadero Guayabero PExer
    magales wrote: »
    sarap sa Brazil sigurro, kaso lahat naman ng flight papunta dun kelangan ng transit visa :p

    Kaya maganda talaga ang may US visa dahil maraming flights galing dun pababa sa Brazil. Kung sa Europe naman ang daan at galing Maynila ay sobrang mahal.

    :)
  • neilinmanilaneilinmanila Member PExer
    yeah, pangarap ko makapunta ng ipanema beach
  • pakwanpakwan Member PExer
    ЅUX2B? wrote: »
    Kaya maganda talaga ang may US visa dahil maraming flights galing dun pababa sa Brazil. Kung sa Europe naman ang daan at galing Maynila ay sobrang mahal.

    :)

    Try mo singapore airlines may flight na sila papunta brazil. not to sure kung san ang transit nila.
  • neilinmanilaneilinmanila Member PExer
    pag europe ba ang stopover, kailangan din ng transit visa?
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