10 Visa-Free Countries You Didn’t Know You Can Travel to

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Summer might be coming to a close soon, but there are still long weekends you can take advantage of! Instead of going to your usual destination, why don’t you try a new place to explore? After all, the Philippine passport can take you to 63 countries sans the visa! Check out our favorite picks below.


10. Morocco

Live a life of color with Morocco’s vibrantly hued tiled-mosques and ceramic pottery or run into the sand as you travel through the dunes of Erg Chebbi.

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9. Maldives

Grab your significant other and fly to Maldives, where you can enjoy a private villa and go down the ladder into the clear waters of the Indian Ocean. You might even spot a whale shark or two under your nose.

Island breeze & lights down low…✨?? @conrad_maldives

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Lunchtime for the sharks ? #sharks #maldives #holidaytime

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8. Peru

In Peru, hiking will not only get you to see a sunrise at the peak. It will get you to some of the wonders of the world like the Machu Picchu, Vinicunca, and Salineras de Maras.


7. Israel

Whether for pilgrimage to the Holy Land, a float in the Dead Sea or the sight of the remains in Masada, a trip to Israel would be interesting for religious and non-religious travelers alike.

Day 7: In many ways, today was the climax of our pilgrimage to the heartland of our faith. Today began our three-day journey through the city of Jerusalem. The city, being jam packed with over three thousand years of religious history, is vibrant with the sounds, smells, and sights of three different faiths: Judaism, Islam, and Christianity. All three religions, for the most part, peacefully cohabitate within the city. In fact, there is often more tension between the various Christian denominations than between the religions. Our journey today included the Mount of Olives, the Garden of Gethsemane, and the Via Dolorosa (“the way of the sorrow”). Beginning at the Mount of Olives, we witnessed the traditional spot where Jesus would have ascended into heaven (Acts 1). Surrounding the Mount of Olives are many series of graveyards and gardens. Jews, Muslims, and Christians for many centuries have paid approximately $30,000 per grave to be buried surrounding Jerusalem. Each believes that the final judgment of man will take place from the spot that used to be the Temple Mount. The Garden of Gethsemane lies at the very bottom of the Mount of Olives. The beautiful garden is decorated with olive trees, flowers, and a church commemorating Jesus praying in the garden with his disciples on the night of his betrayal (Matthew 26). The Garden was a powerful place to visit preceding the Via Dolorosa. For those who do not know, the Via Dolorosa is the suggested route that Jesus took beginning with his flogging and ending with the tomb. With a total of fourteen stations, the Via Dolorosa highlights each of the times Jesus falls under his cross, his speech to the women of Jerusalem, and his short interaction with his mother. The most renowned portion of the route is located in the Church of the Holy Sepulcher. Being completely transparent, this church was the number one reason why I signed up for this trip. The church includes a display of indescribably beautiful icons, art, architecture, mosaics, as well as the heavy weight of much history and many traditions. It is built over the top of the rock that Jesus and the two criminals… SEE FACEBOOK FOR MORE.

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6. Tanzania

See the cast and set of Lion King with your own eyes when you visit Tanzania. From your lodges and safaris, you’ll witness gentle animals and wild beasts up close, as well as sunsets like you’ve never have.

What an amazing picture.. #mountains #kilamanjaro #beutiful #beautiful

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Sunsets in paradise #Safari #Tanzania #Tarangire

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5. Brazil

Explore thousands and thousands of animal and plant species in the Amazon rainforest or party like the Brazilians do during the world-famous Rio Carnival with floats larger than life.


4. Madagascar

Photographers will have the time of their lives taking photos in Madagascar. The sunsets in the Avenue of the Baobabs look better than the background on desktops, not to mention close-up shots of the lemur and action shots of a humpback whale.


3. Costa Rica

Home to several volcanos and national parks, Costa Rica was made for adventure-seekers. Explore the tantalizing turquoise lake in Poás Volcano, the tropical birds Carara National Park, and the waterfall in Río Celeste.


2. India

Discover the love story behind the Taj Mahal, the mystery of the Himalayas, and the ecstasy during a Holi Festival in India.

Let's go everywhere, We have never been there, Let's count the stars, Somewhere far, Far from these things mundane, Under Pondicherry's sun, Or Cherrapunjee's rain. We can climb those mountains in Mcleodganj, Or visit a monastery in Zanskar, Or we can just sit on a boat in dal, Maybe take a ride on a camel in Thar. Let's find those kisses kept hidden, In the moments yet to be experienced, Exploring the lands, With our bare hands. And some days I'd like to taste, Those parts of you, Your skin, Your soul, Your smiles, Your tears, Your fears, Your freedom, Your dreams, Your nightmares, And midst those stares, We'll find it. This journey that awaits us, To undertake it, The road that lusts after us, The skies that love us, The sun that absolutely adores us, The moon that is desperate for our tales, And us, Still seeking the divine company, Of each other, And it's been long. So let's go everywhere, Our hearts open, Our bodies bare, Sun burnt skins, No burden of lies, No fear of our sins, Just us two travellers, Who've met in time, Long ago like two stars, In Andromeda galaxy, Before our souls entered this one, Through the gates of sirius, For we've always been like this, The lovers and seekers of everywhere, no love? . . . . . #spiti #lonelyplanetindia #poetry #writing #himalayas #himachal

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1. Mauritius

Nature lovers will think they’re in heaven when they see Mauritius. Every possible shade of blue, green, and other colors of the rainbow are brought to life in places like Seven Coloured Earths, Île aux Cerfs, and Ebony Forest.

The views before jumping out of the plane. #MyFirstJump #Skydive

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Chamarel Falls, the most famous and recognized waterfalls in Mauritius!

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Below is the complete list of countries you can visit without* a visa and the maximum stay for each:

  1. Armenia – 120 days
  2. Bolivia – 90 days
  3. Brazil – 90 days
  4. Brunei – 14 days
  5. Cambodia – 21 days
  6. Cape Verde – NA
  7. Colombia – 90 days
  8. Comoros – 45 days
  9. Costa Rica – 30 days
  10. Cote d’Ivoire – 90 days
  11. Djibouti – NA
  12. Dominica – 21 days
  13. Ecuador – 90 days
  14. Fiji – 4 months
  15. Gambia – 90 days
  16. Guinea-Bissau – 90 days
  17. Haiti – 3 months
  18. Hong Kong – 14 days
  19. India – NA
  20. Indonesia – 30 days
  21. Iran – 30 days
  22. Israel – 3 months
  23. Kenya – 3 months
  24. Kyrgyzstan – 1 month
  25. Laos – 30 days
  26. Macao – 30 days
  27. Madagascar – 30 days
  28. Malawi – 30 days
  29. Malaysiya – 30 days
  30. Maldives – 30 days
  31. Marshall Islands – 90 days
  32. Mauritania – NA
  33. Mauritius – 60 days
  34. Micronesia – 30 days
  35. Mongolia – 21 days
  36. Morocco – 90 days
  37. Mozambique – 30 days
  38. Myanmar – 14 days
  39. Nepal – 90 days
  40. Nicaragua – 90 days
  41. Palau – 30 days
  42. Palestinian Territories
  43. Papua New Guinea – 60 days
  44. Peru – 183 days
  45. Rwanda – 90 days
  46. Saint Lucia – 6 weeks
  47. Samoa – 60 days
  48. Seychelles – 3 months
  49. Singapore – 30 days
  50. Somalia – 30 days
  51. Sri Lanka – 30 days
  52. Vincent and the Grenadines – 1 month
  53. Taiwan – Until July 31, 2018
  54. Tajikistan – NA
  55. Tanzania – NA
  56. Thailand – 30 days
  57. Timor-Leste – 30 days
  58. Togo – 7 days
  59. Trinidad and Tobago – NA
  60. Tuvalu – 1 month
  61. Uganda – NA
  62. Vanuatu – 30 days
  63. Vietnam – 21 days

*Some countries will issue visas upon arrival.

Source: Passport Index


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