20 Best Countries in the World with Easy Visa Policy for Any Nationalities

When traveling, we always want to go somewhere without a hassle so that we could enjoy our vacation. If we have get-together international friends or your partner from another country, it’s easy to choose if that country has an easy visa policy. We don’t want to get stressed out gathering documents like bank statements, employment certificates, so it’s better to go with the ones we can quickly enter at.

Countries with Easy Visa policy are mainly visa-free countries or visa on arrival countries. Visa on arrival means that you get a visa when you arrive at a specific port for free or for a fee without much documents required.

Here are the 20 best countries that any nationality or almost everyone can visit:


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Requirements:  Passport with a validity of 120 days beyond the date of entry

A seascape, Micronesia, you can choose where to go in 607 islands. Micronesia is also home to the world’s most magnificent coral reefs and the best pelagic fisheries; scuba diving is a must!

Points of Interest: Chuuk Lagoon, Kepirohi Waterfall, Utwe-Walung Marine Park, Lelu Ruins, Yela Ka Forest


33 visa-free countries and the rest can get entry permit of arrival for SAT200

Requirements:  Passport valid for 6 months, return or onward ticket, copy of a bank statement, no record or deportation from other countries, no health problems that would pose a risk to Samoa, no history of criminal charges.

A beautiful tropical island, Samoa is composed of 2 two large islands of Upolu and Savai'i and eight small islets. You should try to see a Fia Fia night where you can feast on traditional Samoan food, and see Samoan warriors perform, dancers, musicians, and story-tellers.

Points of Interest:  To Sua Trench, Piula Cave Pools, Robert Louis Stevenson Museum, Afu Aau Waterfalls, Alofaaga Blowholes


Visa on arrival except for Schengen Area, visa fee of $100 (some are exempted)

Requirements: Passport valid for 6 months.

Composed of 3 actual islands and six coral atolls, Tuvalu is probably an unknown tropical destination. Tuvalu however, is not only full of legends but endless beaches and crystal blue sea.

Points of Interest: Nanumea, Funafuti Marine Conservation Area, Niulakita, Fongafale, Vaitupu


32 visa-free the rest are Visa on Arrival except for Myanmar and Bangladesh

Requirements: Valid passport (for at least 6 months) and proof of return arrangements.
Additional for VOA: Proof of sufficient funds (USD 200 per week)

Want to swim with Jellyfishes and Sharks? Palau is your place to go! Known as one a paradise for divers, Palau has marine life everywhere!

Points of Interest: Jellyfish Lake, Rock Islands, Milky Way, Ngardmau Falls, Palau Shark Sanctuary


Photo by  Colin Watts

Photo by Colin Watts


Visa on Arrival except for visa-free countries - India, Russia, and Brunei

Requirements: All visitors must hold a passport valid for 6 months, a valid ticket to continue the journey out of the Maldives, enough funds to cover the expenses for the duration of the stay

An archipelago found in the Indian Ocean, the smallest country by land in Asia. Most of their islands are coralline origins, resulting in white and extremely fine sand. It is extremely an excellent place for those who want to spend days on the beach or scuba dive to see marine life.

Points of Interest: Malé Friday Mosque, Alimathaa, Maafushi, Vaadhoo, National Museum


Visa Exempt for 9 countries, others are Visa on Arrival ($30) or eVisa ($36)

Requirements: All visitors must hold a passport valid for 6 months and one empty page

The Kingdom of Cambodia is of rich history; from the rule of the Angkor Empire, a war in the 1830s, the French government, the country’s independence in 1954; another devastating war in the 1970s and up to its restoration in 1993. Despite their past, Cambodians are known to be very kind and hospitable. Journey like Lara Croft thru ancient temples and jungle ruins, and be enchanted by Cambodia.

Points of Interest: Angkor Wat, Choeung Ek Genocidal Center, Bayon Temple, Mekong River, Silver Pagoda

East Timor

Visa-free for Cape Verde and EU, others are Visa on Arrival at Presidente Nicolau Lobato International Airport or the Dili Sea Port (US$30)

Requirements: All visitors must hold a passport valid for 6 months, accommodation

Timor-Leste or East Timor is the other half of Timor Island. It was under Portuguese and Indonesian reign before having its independence. The country is notable for its marine life and uninhabited Islands. It’s not yet a popular tourist destination, nut it is truly a hidden gem.

Places of Interest: Nino Konis Santana National Park, Atauro Island, Cristo Rei of Dili, Marobo Hot Spring, Ai Pelo Prison


Visa-free for 170 jurisdictions
Citizens from all visa-exempt countries can enter Indonesia through one of the 124 designated border crossings, including 29 airports, 88 seaports, and 7 land border checkpoints

Requirements: All visitors must hold a passport valid for 6 months and one empty page

Known as the largest archipelagic country in the world, Indonesia prides itself on its diversity. With about 200 ethnic groups and many dazzling sceneries, Indonesia should be on your bucket list. Like the Philippines, Indonesia has excellent beaches, a thousand islands, breathtaking views over mountains or volcanoes, and great exotic finds. Plus it is affordable, instagrammable and it surely unforgettable.

Places of Interest: Sacred Money Forest Sanctuary, Tegalalang Rice Terrace, Komodo Island, Borobudur Temple, Merapi Volcano


162 are visa-free

Requirements: Passport or a travel document valid for more than 6 months at the time of departure, an onward or return ticket, sufficient funds for the duration of stay, completed Disembarkation/Embarkation Card, entry documents (including a visa if required) to their next destination (if applicable), and a visa and/or a yellow fever vaccination certificate for entry into Singapore (if applicable) 

The Lion City, Singapore, is a small but thriving nation. Clean, orderly, and costly it has of places or activities to offer. This place is a hub for foodies, explorers, adventure seekers, and people looking for a time to enjoy life.  You’ll most likely spend at least 2 hours in a spot starting or ending with the marvelous Changi Airport.

Points of Interest: Universal Studios Singapore, SEA Aquarium (Sentosa Island), Merlion Park, Gardens By The Bay, Orchard Road


161 are visa-free

Requirements: All visitors must hold a passport valid for 6 months

Malaysia is a colorfully diverse country of Malay, Chinese, Indian, and European cultural influences. From the National Mosque in KL to the Christ Church in Malacca, the gorgeous beaches in Langkawi to the limestone caves in Sarawak, the buzz in Genting to the peace in Pahang, Malaysia truly has a lot to offer.

Points of Interest: Petronas Tower, George Town, Langkawi, Batu Caves, Malacca

North America (& CARIBBEAN)

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Visa-free except for the Dominican Republic

Requirements: Valid passport and a confirmed onward ticket to a third country within 21 days.

Known as "The Nature Island of the Caribbean," this nation is filled with hot springs and natural rainforest. Dominica has a great combination of flora and fauna and gorgeous beaches with abundant marine life.

Points of Interest: Boiling Lake, Trafalgar Falls, Dominica Botanical Gardens, Morne Trois Pitons National Park, Kalinago Barana Aute


Visa-free All except for Colombia, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Palestine, Panama

Requirements: Visitors must hold passports that are valid for at least 6 months from the date of arrival, tourist fee of US$10

Haiti is a Caribbean nation that shares an island with the Dominican Republic. Many landmarks are still intact despite the 2010 earthquake. The country has gorgeous beaches and crystal clear waters, so you can go on holiday and help their economy too.

Points of Interest: Citadelle Laferrière, Musée du Panthéon National Haïtien, Sans-Souci Palace, Bassin Bleu, Our Lady of the Assumption Cathedral

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

Visa-free except for China, Dominican Republic, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Nigeria, Syria

Requirements: Valid passport

Named after St. Vincent of Saragossa who celebrated his feast day on the day Christopher Colombus discovered the island. This country is composed of over 32 islands and cays. Enjoy a beach holiday on the islands or any privately owned ones.

Points of Interest: Bequia, Fort Charlotte, Tobago Cays Marine Park, Rawacou Recreational Park, Falls of Baleine


Photo by  Daniel Born

Photo by Daniel Born


Visa on Arrival – US$50 or €30

Requirements: Passport valid for 6 months and return/onward ticket

Comoros is an East African Volcanic archipelago.  Its capital, Moroni, is found at the foot of an active volcano which erupted 20 times since the 19th century. Surrounded by crystal blue waters and white sand beaches, it’s genuinely a paradise plus the marine life is booming here.  

Points of Interest: Mount Karthala, Nouvelle Mosquee de Vendred, Lac Sale, Moheli Marine Park, Plage Gountsini


Visa on Arrival – Bosaso, Garowe, Abdullahi Yusuf, Aden Adde, and Kismayo Airports

Requirements: Passport valid for 6 months

Somalia is located in the horn of Africa. Before the civil war in 1991, this country was trendy due to its pristine beaches. Somalia has the longest coastline in Africa. It also has 6 national parks.

Points of Interest: Lag Badana National Park, Shanghai Old City, Mosque of Islamic Solidarity, Laas Geel, Zeila Archipelago


eVisa or Visa on Arrival except for Citizens of Palestine which are refused of entry
Visa Fee: 30 days USD$35, 60 days $45, 90 days - 55

Requirements: Passport valid for 6 months and return/onward ticket

If one ever heard of Madagascar, it’s probably from a Dreamworks animation about animal friends escaping a Zoo. This country is on the southeast coast of Africa home to thousands of animal species. So if you are looking for those you have seen in the movie in real life; then you should come here.

Points of Interest: Andasibe-Mantadia National Park, Avenue of the Baobabs, Ranomafana National Park, Tsingy Rouge, Ambohimanga

Cape Verde

Visa-free for 57 jurisdictions, others VOA (25 Euro) except for Citizens of Morocco
VOA: Sal (SID), Santiago/Praia (RAI), Boa Vista (BVC) and São Vicente/Mindelo (VXE), 25

Requirements: Passport valid for 6 months

The smallest in Africa, Cape Verde is a volcanic archipelago. You can get here by plane or ferry. The official language here is Portuguese due to them being under the Portuguese Empire until 1975. Expect a lot of stunning beaches and picturesque mountains here.

Points of Interest: Monte Verde, Praia de Santa Maria, Pedra Lume Salt Crater, Deserto de Viana, Farik de D. Maria Pia


Visa-exempt for 21 countries, the rest are Visa on Arrival or eVisa

Requirements: Passport valid for 6 months with at least one empty page

The Kingdom of Rwanda is a landlocked country in East Asia full of mountains. This country has 3 National Parks that serve as habitats for mountain gorillas and golden monkeys. 

Points of Interest: Volcanoes National Park, Lake Kivu, Kigali Genocide Memorial, Inema Arts Centre, Nyungwe Forest National Park


Visa-exempt for 37 countries, the rest are Visa on Arrival ($50) or eVisa except for Somalia

Requirements: Passport valid for 6 months

A landlocked country in East Africa, this country is abundant in wildlife like monkeys and birds. It is filled with 6 national parks, so be sure to tour at least once. It is also diverse when it comes to religions, as there are Christians and Muslims.

Points of Interest: Mount Stanley, Lake Victoria, Queen Elizabeth National Park (QENP), Tombs of Buganda Kings at Kasubi, Uganda National Mosque


Visa-exempt for 8 countries, the rest are Visa on Arrival available at Nouakchott–Oumtounsy International Airport.

Requirements: Passport valid for 6 months

With its land mostly covered by the Sahara, Mauritania is a desert country. Mauritania also consists of plateaus. One interesting fact is that people here practice the nomadic lifestyle, maybe you could try it too!

Points of Interest: Sahara Desert, Chunguetti Mosque, Richat Structure, Banc d’Arguin National Park, Port de Peche

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As you can see, most of the countries here are located in Oceania, Asia, North America, and Africa. Mostly because other countries need visa requirements especially those from Africa. European countries are also strict; many need Schengen Visas to arrive in their country mainly Africans and Asians. Although some have lax visa policy in Europe, it is hard to enter those territories without a Schengen visa making it a de-facto Schengen.

Photo by  Mohamed Thasneem

The countries here are also mostly offering tropical beaches. Tourism is a great way to have economic growth, so these countries are open to almost everyone to boost their economy. I hope you could visit there. Most requirements are easy too – valid passport or a blank page. Getting an onward ticket and hotel reservation is no problem. So what are you waiting for? Travel alone or with your friends to these easy visa policy countries now! Happy travels!

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