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In which countries you can travel without a visa on a Pakistani passport?

Pakistani passport

The Pakistani passport is the world’s fourth weakest passport in the world rankings, making it possible to travel to less than thirty countries without a visa.

Asia and Middle East Countries:

1. Qatar

Qatar

Last year, Qatar began issuing ‘Visas on Arrivals’ for a period of up to thirty days without obtaining advance visas to citizens of more than 8 countries, including Pakistan.

2. Cambodia

 Cambodia

Pakistani citizens can get online E visas to travel to Cambodia or they can get a visa in Cambodia for tourism upon arrival.

3. Maldives

Maldives

Pakistani citizens can also get ‘Visa on Arrivals’ if they have hotel reservations, daily expenditure money and a valid passport.

4. Nepal

Nepal

Nepal has a 30-day visa-free for Pakistani passport holders. But if you want to stay longer than that, then you have to extend the visa period by paying a fee.

5. East Timor

East Timor

East Timor is a neighbouring country of Indonesia and Pakistani citizens can get a visa for 30 days at the airport only.

Caribbean Countries:

1. Dominican Republic

Dominican Republic

Pakistani citizens do not need to get a visa to travel to this small island country in the Caribbean. Visitors to the Dominican Republic can stay there for six months without a visa for tourism and trade.

2. Haiti

Haiti

Haiti is located in the Caribbean Islands and Pakistani passport holders are not required to obtain a visa to stay for three months.

3. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

For citizens of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, another small country on the Caribbean island, Pakistani citizens do not need to get a visa for a month’s stay.

4. Trinidad and Tobago

Trinidad and Tobago

Located in the Caribbean Sea, this country is only eleven kilometres away from the South American country of Venezuela. Pakistanis coming here for tourism or business do not need to get a visa for a ninety-day stay.

5. Montserrat

Montserrat

The Caribbean island is part of the West Indies. Pakistani passport holders do not need a visa to stay here for up to 180 days.

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Islands and countries of the South Pacific:

1. Micronesia

Micronesia

Located in the Pacific, near the island state of Micronesia Indonesia. Pakistani citizens can go to Micronesia for up to 30 days without obtaining a visa if they have the proper amount of money.

2. Cook Islands

Cook Islands

The total area of ​​the sovereign country and island, located in the southern Pacific, forms ninety square miles. Visas on arrival can also be obtained in the Cook Islands.

3. Nuevo

Nuevo

According to the Henley Passport Index, Pakistani citizens can also obtain visas in advance without travelling to the Nueva Islands in the Southwest Pacific.

4. Palau Republic

Palau Republic

The territory of this small island country in the Pacific is 400 square kilometres, and Pakistani citizens do not need a visa to stay for 30 days.

5. Samoa

Samoa

Visas for up to sixty days can also be obtained by touring the island of Samoa, located in the southern Pacific.

6. Tuvalu

Tuvalu

Located some distance from Australia in the Pacific and near Fiji, Tuvalu is the fourth-smallest country in the world. Here also the citizens of Pakistan can get a visa on arrival.

African countries:

1. Cape Verde

Cape Verde

Cape Verde is also located in West Africa, and people with Pakistani passports can also get visas on ‘Visa on Arrival’.

2. Union of Comoros

Union of Comoros

Located on the northern coast of Africa, the country is also known as ‘Jazir al-Qamar’ and upon arrival here Pakistani citizens can obtain visas.

3. Guinea-Bissau

Guinea-Bissau

In the West African country of Guinea-Bissau, Pakistani citizens can get up to ninety days’ visa upon arrival.

4. Kenya

Kenya

Online pass visa facility is available for those holding Pakistani passports in the African country of Kenya.

5. Madagascar

Madagascar

Madagascar is an island nation located in the east of Africa in the Indian Ocean. The fourth-largest island. Pakistan can land in Madagascar and get a visa for up to 90 days.

6. Mauritania

Mauritania

According to the Henley Passport Index, Pakistani citizens in the Muslim-majority country located in the northwest of Africa can also get ‘visas on arrival’ in Mauritania.

7. Mozambique

Mozambique

Pakistani citizens can also get visas for up to 30 days at the airport in Mozambique, a Southeast African country.

8. Rwanda

Rwanda

Rwanda gives Pakistani citizens visa on arrival at the airport. In addition, you can get an E visa before travelling.

9.Senegal

Senegal

Pakistani nationals can get visas online and at the airport to travel to Senegal, an African country.

10. Somalia

Somalia

According to the Henley Passport Index, Pakistani passport holders can obtain ‘visas after arrival’ at the Mogadishu, Boussou and Galkiyo airports in the African country of Somalia. The website of the Somali Embassy in Islamabad, however, does not confirm this information.

11. Tanzania

Tanzania

According to the Henley Passport Index, Pakistani citizens in Mozambique’s neighbouring Tanzania can also get ‘visas on arrival’.

12. Togo

Togo

In Togo, a country with a population of 2.5 million in the west of Africa, Pakistani citizens can get a visa after arrival at the airport.

13. Uganda

Uganda

In Central African country Uganda, people with Pakistani passports can get ‘visa on arrival’. In addition, ‘electronic visas’ can also be obtained in advance on the Internet.

According to the Passport Index 2020, the world’s most powerful passport is Japan, on which you can travel to 191 countries without a visa.

The Pakistani passport is also the fourth weakest passport in the world this year, allowing you to travel to 32 countries without obtaining a premature visa.

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