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Visa-Free Countries for Philippine Passport Holders

Written by Patrick

The Philippine passport is your key to exploring the world, and for Filipino travelers, the prospect of visa-free travel is an exciting opportunity. Visa-free access simplifies the travel process, allowing passport holders to explore new destinations without the hassle of obtaining a visa beforehand. 

Visa-Free

Here is a list of visa-free countries that welcome Philippine passport holders, offering them the chance to experience diverse cultures, breathtaking landscapes, and unique adventures.

  1. Barbados – 90 days
  2. Bolivia – 90 days
  3. Brazil – 90 days
  4. Brunei – 14 days
  5. Cambodia – 30 days
  6. Colombia – 90 days
  7. Cook Islands – 31 days
  8. Costa Rica – 30 days
  9. Côte d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast) – 90 days
  10. Dominica – 21 days
  11. Fiji – 120 days
  12. Haiti – 90 days
  13. Hong Kong (SAR China) – 14 days
  14. Indonesia – 30 days
  15. Israel – 90 days
  16. Kazakhstan – 30 days
  17. Kiribati – 90 days
  18. Kish Island (Iran) – 14 days
  19. Laos – 30 days
  20. Macao (SAR China) – 30 days
  21. Malaysia – 30 days
  22. Micronesia – 30 days
  23. Mongolia – 21 days
  24. Morocco – 90 days
  25. Myanmar – 14 days
  26. Niue – 30 days
  27. Palestine
  28. Peru – 180 days
  29. Rwanda – 90 days
  30. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines – 90 days
  31. Samoa – 60 days
  32. Singapore – 30 days
  33. Suriname – 30 days
  34. Taiwan (Chinese Taipei) – 14 days (until July 31, 2024 only)
  35. Tajikistan – 30 days
  36. Thailand – 30 days
  37. Vanuatu – 30 days
  38. Vietnam – 21 days

Visa on Arrival

Some countries also allow visa on arrival for Philippine passport holders.  Visa on arrival means tourists are required to have a visa to be allowed entry to the country but the visa can be obtained upon arrival.  There is no need to go through the process of obtaining the visa before actually leaving the Philippines.

Here is the list of countries that allow visa on arrival for Philippine passport holders.

  1. Bahrain – 14 days
  2. Burundi -30 days
  3. Cape Verde – 30 days
  4. Comoros – 45 days
  5. Ethiopia – 90 days
  6. Guinea-Bissau – 90 days
  7. Kyrgyzstan – 30 days
  8. Madagascar – 60 days
  9. Malawi – 90 days
  10. Maldives – 30 days
  11. Marshall Islands – 90 days
  12. Mauritania 
  13. Mauritius – 60 days
  14. Mozambique – 30 days
  15. Nepal – 30 days
  16. Nicaragua – 90 days
  17. Palau – 30 days
  18. Saint Lucia – 42 days
  19. Senegal – 90 days
  20. Seychelles – 90 days (Visitor’s Permit on arrival)
  21. Somalia – 30 days
  22. Sri Lanka – 30 days
  23. Tanzania – 90 days
  24. Timor-Leste – 30 days
  25. Trinidad and Tobago
  26. Tuvalu – 30 days

Before planning any international trip, it is essential to check the latest visa regulations and entry requirements of your destination, as these may change over time. Additionally, travelers should ensure that their passports are valid for at least six months beyond their intended date of return.

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About the Author

Patrick

Patrick is an entrepreneur, digital nomad, explorer, and photographer. Patrick is always in search of fun and adventure. He is well travelled throughout the world, and although location independent, his home base is Phoenix, Arizona in the USA. Patrick loves island lifestyle which is no wonder why he is so interested in spending time in the Philippines with it’s over 7,000 islands. Patrick created this site to share his knowledge of and experiences in the Philippines with Filipinos as well as other foreigners.

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