Despite carrying the title of second worst passport in the world, Pakistanis still can visit many countries without a visa or visa on arrival. Pakistani passport visa free countries are more than 30, but most of them are located outside Asia and are very fare to reach. Therefore, I’ll give you a list of top 10 beautiful countries which you can visit with a Pakistani passport without worrying about the visa.
Pakistani Passport Visa Free Countries
The entire list of visa free countries for Pakistani citizens is the following with number of days mentioned:
Antigua & Barbuda (30 days), Bahrain (14 days), Cafe Verde (30 days), Comoros (30 days), Djibouti (30 days), Dominica (21 days), Gabon (30 days e-Visa), Georgia (30 days e-visa), Guinea Bissau (90 days), Haiti (90 days), Kenya (90 days), Madagascar (90 days), Maldives (30 days arrival), Mauritania (30 days), Micronesia (30 days), Mozambique (30 days arrival), Myanmar/Burma (28 days e-visa), Nepal (30 days arrival), Palau (30 days arrival), Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (30 days), Samoa (60 days arrival), Seychelles (90 days), Somalia (30 days arrival), Tajikistan (60 days e-visa), Tanzania (30 days arrival), Timor-Leste (30 days arrival), Togo (30 days arrival), Trinidad & Tobago (30 days), Turkey (30 days e-visa), Tuvalu (30 days arrival), Uganda (30 days arrival), Vanuatu (30 days), Zambia (30 days e-visa), Zimbabwe (30 days e-visa).
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So there are total 33 countries which will give you visa on arrival or sometimes visa is not required at all. In the above list, the only (days) mean visa is not required and “arrival” means you’ll get visa on the airport when you reach there. And the “e-visa” means, you need to get an e-visa from the respective country’s website, print that and keep it with you. And lastly, Turkey and Georgia require you to have a US/UK/Europe or Canada or Australia or Japan or South Korea or Chili visa on your passport already so then they’ll give you visa on arrival or e-visa.
Top 10 Pakistani Passport Visa Free Countries
Now here is my list of top 10 countries which anyone from Pakistan can visit and enjoy their stay with low budget. And they don’t need to worry about the visa, because visa will either be on arrival at the airport, or it’ll not be required at all. These countries I’m mentioning here are truly beautiful to explore and have some great fun.
The first country in my list is Turkey, you can get Turkey e-visa online from their official website or you can get Turkey visa on arrival at any airport with your Pakistani passport.
However and remember, in order to get Turkey visa on arrival or from their website, you must already have a visa stamped on your passport from any of the following countries; either Schengen visa or UK visa or United States visa or Japan visa or South Korea visa or Mexico visa or Australia visa or Canada visa.
If you have just one visa from the above mentioned countries on your Pakistan passport then you’ll get Turkey visa on arrival or e-visa from their website in 5 minutes. Visit this official Turkey government website to get your e-visa right now.
Turkey is just 5 hours away from Pakistan, and it’s one of the popular tourist destination in the world, located on the border of Asia, Middle East and Europe, it’ll provide you a real taste of history and the culture. And finally, the airline return ticket will cost you only $490 and hotels are also very cheap in Turkey.
My second choice would be the great Maldives, which is the most beautiful country on earth. I’m myself visiting this country within next two weeks, and I recommend everyone to visit it before it disappears from the planet earth, as it’s below sea level and will disappear in next 25 years.
Maldives president has already bought land in Australia and in India to accommodate his countrymen as the country will soon sink in the sea, but we have enough time to visit this beautiful tourist attraction.
Maldives is famous for its beautiful and amazing beaches, one of my friends recently visited it, and told me that every penny is worth spending in Maldives. and above all, it will give you a visa on arrival at Male Airport 🙂
3) Myanmar (Burma)
One of my favorite destinations is Myanmar, it gives you e-visa for 28 days, but you must land in Myanmar by air at any international airport. Myanmar (old name Burma) is one of the historical countries located in the Southeast Asia bordering with Bangladesh, India, Thailand, China and Laos.
Myanmar is famous for the historical and world’s largest Buddha temple, and there are so many cultural things related to Buddhism. Please visit this website to obtain your visa online.
Nepal is located in the Indian subcontinent, Nepal is a beautiful landlocked country stuck between India and China. Nepal offers 30 days visa on arrival for Pakistani passport holders. Nepal is a green country where you’ll find similar environment like Pakistan. I intend to visit Nepal next year. World’s highest mountain is also located in Nepal.
Located in East Africa, and one of the most advanced countries with almost every modern facility in Africa, Kenya is the second most popular if not the most popular tourist destinations in the African continent. Kenya offers you a whole 3 months e-visa. Please go here and get your e-visa before traveling to the beautiful Kenya.
Bahrain is a small island country located in the Persian Gulf, formally called the middle of east. Beautiful beaches and colorful life are the best fruits of Bahrain. Pakistani passport holders can get a 14 days single entry e-visa before traveling to Bahrain. I’m myself thinking to grab the opportunity and visit Bahrain next year. Please visit this website to get Bahrain e-visa.
Located in central Asia and bordering with Afghanistan, Tajikistan is a beautiful and mountainous country. Recently, they announced an e-visa for Pakistani passport holders, which you can obtain online before your departure to Dushanbe in Tajikistan. Now Pakistan international airlines (PIA) operates daily flights to Dushanbe, check on their website to get a cheap ticket before your travel date.
Another beautiful country located half in Europe and half in Asia bordering with Turkey and Armenia. Georgia is a green and clean destination to visit. But again, here you’ll need to have a US or UK or Europe or Australia or Canada visa on your passport, and if you do so then Georgia gives you visa on arrival.
9) Trinidad & Tobago (T&T)
Have you heard of West Indies? if so then Trinidad & Tobago is one of the nations located in West Indies and also called the Caribbean. Caribbean is very famous for it’s outstanding beaches and way of life. Official language of T&T is English, so if you ever wanted to visit West Indies then you don’t need a visa for a 30 days visit.
While you are on a Kenyan tour, why not have a short trip to Zimbabwe as well? yes, you can get e-visa for Zimbabwe very easily. Zimbabwe is the second most popular cricket nation in Africa, and it’s very beautiful too. People of Zimbabwe are very kind and caring. The currency is a bit down, but you can carry US dollars to get things done easily. Go here to get your Zimbabwean eVisa in advance.
Over to you:
I have presented you my research on “Visa Free Access for Pakistani Passport” and now it’s your turn to select your date for departure, and if you have any question then feel free to ask in the comments. And let me know which country do you like the most among the top 10 which I mentioned in this post?
P.S: I’m going to Turkey in October this year, as I already have US visa on my passport, and I’ll get the e-visa in advance, and will visit Turkey, because it’s a nice place. 🙂