Why Cruising is ideal for Filipinos who are planning to visit the Caribbean? 😍
As you guys know, I've been traveling around the world since 2013 and even though I'm married to a British citizen.. I'm still a Philippines Passport holder. My goal is to be able to visit every country in the world and since we're already here in the Caribbean... it's smarter for me to visit most of the small Caribbean island countries but the problem is I would be needing visa to enter these countries unless I'm going on a Cruise that would originate from a USA territory!
So, yes you don't need a visa in the Caribbean if you will go on a cruise but you'd need a visa if you will travel by airplane!
The best thing about going on a cruise as well (like in Royal Caribbean) are the live performances every night, the facilities (flowrider, wall climbing, gym, walking path etc) and the FOOD!! They have a buffet restaurant, pizza place and also the fine dining experience and they are all included / all inclusive on your cruise fare! 😍
DO YOU RECOMMEND USING THE SERVICES OF A TOUR/VISA AGENCY?
Yes, I highly recommend availing the services of iVisa, if you feel more comfortable having your application submitted by a professional organisation. They have been providing expedited processing and guidance services for any e-visa applications since 2013 so they have a lot of experience. Here are some advantages of getting your visa from them:
They have 24/7 support in many languages.
Application forms are all available on one page;
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Go to the iVisa website to discover how they can help you with your visa application.