Visa on Arrival / E-Visa Countries for Philippine Passport Holders

Pinoy travel addict mode on global scale updated as of July 2020

As of July 2020, Philippine Passport holders have free visa / visa-on-arrival / e-visa privilege in around 82 UN-recognized countries. Additional 11 countries if working as professional in Middle East (GCC) states and more than 20 countries / territories if holder of valid visa on Schengen, United Kingdom, Canada or United States. This countries do not require Filipino with Philippine passport holders to have an appointment to Embassy, either just go straight to the country or apply the visa online at home. On the other hand, Republic of the Philippines granted visa-free privilege to Nationals from 157 countries for a period of stay of thirty (30) days or less.

To know more about the latest visa policies of different countries for Filipino travelers or Philippine Passport Holders, use the following keywords into web search engines;
* search "visa policy of (country you like to visit)" or "(country you like to visit) mfa"
https://www.passportindex.org/comparebyPassport.php?p1=ph&fl=&s=yes
https://visalist.io/philippines/all-visas
* http://visados.com/en/

the new Philippine e-passport

Countries in Asia where Filipinos can apply for E-Visa / Visa on Arrival

A s i a ( Non-ASEAN )
01. Armenia - 21/120 days visa issued upon arrival for $7/$37
02. India - 60 days e-visa to be applied before arrival single entry for $60
03. Israel - 90 days visa issued upon arrival (visa fee free of charge)
04. Kazakhstan - 30 days single entry issued upon arrival (visa fee free of charge)
05. Kyrgyzstan - 30/90 days visa issued upon arrival for $50/$100
06. Maldives - 30 days visa sticker issued upon arrival (visa fee free of charge)
07. Mongolia - 21 days visa stamp only (visa fee free of charge)
08. Nepal - 15/30/90 days visa issued upon arrival for $25/40/100
09. Pakistan - 30 days single entry e-visa for $25 starting March 1, 2019
10. Palestine - same upon entering Israel (visa fee free of charge)
11. Sri Lanka - 30 days with double entry visa issued upon arrival for $35
12. Tajikistan - 45 days single entry e-visa for $50
13. Uzbekistan - 30 days single entry e-visa for $20 starting February 1, 2019
X1. Hong Kong (Republic of China) - 14 days visa stamp only (visa fee free of charge)
X2. Macau (Republic of China) - 30 days visa stamp only (visa fee free of charge)
X3. Taiwan (Republic of China) - 14 days visa issued upon arrival (visa fee free of charge)

A s i a ( ASEAN )
01. Brunei - 14 days (visa fee free of charge)
02. Cambodia - 21 days (visa fee free of charge)
03. Indonesia - 30 days (visa fee free of charge)
04. Laos - 30 days (visa fee free of charge)
05. Malaysia - 30 days (visa fee free of charge)
06. Singapore - 30 days (visa fee free of charge)
07. Thailand - 30 days (visa fee free of charge)
08. Vietnam - 21 days (visa fee free of charge)
09. Myanmar - 14 days (visa fee free of charge)
10. Timor-Leste - 30 days visa issued upon arrival for $30

Countries in Ocenia where Filipinos can apply for E-Visa / Visa on Arrival

E u r o p e
01. Russia (Kaliningrad and Leningrad (Saint Petersburg) Blast only) - starting 01-Oct-2019, single-entry free of charge E-visa up to 8 days starting from the date of entry, within 30 calendar days upon issued.
02. Moldova - holders of valid Schengen visa / can apply also for e-visa

O c e a n i a
01. Fiji - 120 days Visitor's Permit issued upon arrival (visa fee free of charge)
02. Marshall Islands - 30 days visa issued upon arrival (visa fee free of charge)
03. Micronesia - 30 days visa issued upon arrival (visa fee free of charge)
04. Niue - 30 days visa issued upon arrival (visa fee free of charge)
05. Palau - 30 days visa issued upon arrival (visa fee free of charge)
06. Papua New Guinea - 60 days visa issued upon arrival (visa fee free of charge)
07. Samoa - 60 days Visitor's Permit issued upon arrival (visa fee free of charge)
08. Tuvalu - 30 days visa issued upon arrival (visa fee free of charge)
09. Vanuatu - 30 days visa issued upon arrival (visa fee free of charge)
X4. Cook Islands (New Zealand) - 31 days visa issued upon arrival (visa fee free of charge)

Countries in Africa where Filipinos can apply for E-Visa / Visa on Arrival

A f r i c a
01. Benin - 48 hours transit visa issued at the land border for 43,000 CFA ($75)
02. Cape Verde - 30 days visa issued upon arrival for $60
03. Comoros - 45 days visa issued upon arrival for 30 Euro ($50)
04. Cote d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast) - 90 days visa issued upon arrival (visa fee free of charge)
05. Djibouti - less than 10 days single entry e-visa to be applied before arrival for $15
06. Ethiopia - 30 days e-visa to be applied before arrival single entry for $52
07. Gabon - 30 days e-visa to be applied before arrival single entry for $95
08. Gambia - 90 days visa issued upon arrival
09. Ghana - 48 hours transit visa issued at the land border for $100
10. Guinea- 90 days single e-visa to be applied before arrival for $80
11. Guinea-Bissau - 30 days visa issued upon arrival
12. Kenya - 90 days visa issued upon arrival for $50
13. Lesotho - 30 days e-visa to be applied before arrival single entry for $150 (Invitation Letter required)
14. Madagascar - 90 days visa issued upon arrival for $38
15. Malawi - 30 days visa issued upon arrival
16. Mauritania - 30 days visa issued upon arrival
17. Mauritius - 60 days visa issued upon arrival (visa fee free of charge)
18. Morocco - 90 days visa issued upon arrival (visa fee free of charge)
19. Mozambique - 30 days visa issued upon arrival for $50
20. Rwanda - 90 days visa issued upon arrival (East Africa borderless visa)
21. Sao Tome and Principe - holders of valid Schengen, US visa / can apply also for e-visa
22. Senegal - 90 days visa issued upon arrival
23. Seychelles - 30 days visa issued upon arrival (visa fee free of charge)
24. Somalia - 30 days visa issued upon arrival
25. Tanzania - visa issued upon arrival for US$50
26. Togo - 7 days visa issued upon arrival for 10,000 CFA ($20)
27. Uganda - 90 days single e-visa to be applied before arrival for $50 (East Africa Borderless visa)
28. Zambia - 90 days single e-visa to be applied before arrival for $50
29. Zimbabwe - 30 days double entry e-visa to be applied before arrival for $50

Countries in Central America where Filipinos can apply for E-Visa / Visa on Arrival

C e n t r a l   A m e r i c a
01. Antigua and Barbuda - 30 days single entry e-visa to be applied before arrival for $100
02. Barbados - 90 days visa issued upon arrival (free of charge)
03. Costa Rica - 30 days Visitor's Permit issued upon arrival (free of charge)
04. Cuba - within 72 hours transit without visa, allowed to leave the airport
05. Dominica - 21 days visa issued upon arrival (free of charge)
06. Haiti - 90 days visa issued upon arrival for $10
07. Nicaragua - 30 days (CA-4 tourist card for $10)
08. Saint Kitts and Nevis - 30 days single entry e-visa to be applied before arrival for $100
09. Saint Lucia - 60 days Visitor's Permit issued upon arrival (free of charge)
10. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines - 30 days visa issued upon arrival (free of charge)
11. Trinidad and Tobago - 90 days visa issued upon arrival for TT$400
* El Salvador, Guatemala & Honduras - 30 days if holding a Nicaragua valid visa based on Central America-4 (CA-4) agreement

S o u t h   A m e r i c a
01. Bolivia - 59 days (visa fee free of charge)
02. Brazil - 90 days (visa fee free of charge)
03. Colombia - 90 days (visa fee free of charge)
04. Ecuador - 90 days single entry e-visa to be applied before arrival
05. Peru - 90 days (visa fee free of charge)
06. Suriname - 120 days (visa fee free of charge)
* Yellow Fever Vaccine Certificate may be required, please prepare in case.

Countries in South America where Filipinos can apply for E-Visa / Visa on Arrival

Philippine Passport Holders with valid visa of another country

Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) member states (Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, Oman, Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates) expatriate residents who are businessmen, company managers or representatives, auditors, accountants, doctors, engineers or employees working in the public sector, their family members, drivers and servants sponsored by them.
01. Kuwait
04. Bahrain - e-visa costs 29 BHD for single-entry one month 
05. Qatar - visa on arrival costs 100 QAR for single-entry one month
06. Oman- visa on arrival costs 5 OMR for single-entry one month
07. Lebanon - visa on arrival costs $20 for single-entry one month
08. Republic of Georgia - visa on arrival free of charge
09. Tunisia - visa on arrival costs 60 TND for maximum stay of 15 days
10. Azerbaijan - visa upon arrival for 1 month for UAE residence visa holders
11. Jordan - visa on arrival costs 40 JND for single-entry one month

C a r i b b e a n   I s l a n d s
Any person, regardless of their nationality, can visit if they are a legal resident or, if they have one of the following valid visas in their passport: United States, Canada, United Kingdom or Schengen.
01. Cuba - tourist card on arrival, $25 (not be able to board a US to Cuba flight with green Tourist Card)
02. Dominican Republic - tourist card on arrival, $10
03. Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands - United States territory, same with it's 50 states

O t h e r   C o u n t r i e s (with valid US, UK, Schengen Visa) 
01. Gibraltar (Europe) - holders of a valid United Kingdom multiple entry visa visa fee free of charge).
02. Bosnia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Macedonia, & Romania (Europe) - holders of valid Schengen visa do not require a visa for transit or intended stays in the territory not exceeding 90 days in any 180-day period (visa fee free of charge). 
03. Albania, Kosovo, Montenegro, & Serbia (Europe) -  holders of valid US, UK and Schengen visa do not require a visa for transit or intended stays in the territory not exceeding 90 days in any 180-day period (visa fee free of charge).
04. Mexico, Panama (Central America) - 30 days if holding a valid United States visa or permanent resident of Canada, Japan, the United Kingdom and countries that comprise the Schengen area.
05. Belize (Central America) -  30 days if holding a valid multiple entry visa issued by the USA can obtain a visa on arrival with $50 fee
06. El Salvador, Guatemala & Honduras (Central America) - 30 days if holding a valid visa for Nicaragua based on Central America-4 (CA-4) Border Control Agreement establishing Foreign nationals who enter one of the signatory countries can also travel to other signatory states without having to obtain additional permits or to undergo checks at border checkpoints (Similar to Schengen Visa Agreement)
07. Argentina (South America) -  90 days multiple entry e-visa if holding a valid United States B2 or Schengen Visa (starting Feb. 2019)
X5. Turks and Caicos Islands (United Kingdom) -  30 days if holding a valid United States or Canada

11 comments:

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  3. Can you confirm if visa can be obtained upon arrival at the border for Argentina and Chile if we hold a valid US visa? Thanks!

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    1. @Joseph; I confirm that you need to apply for visa in Argentina and Chile prior to your arrival even if you hold a vaild US visa...
      For Argentina - http://www.embassyofargentina.us/en/consular-section/visas/tourist-visa-applications.html
      For Chile - http://chile.gob.cl/washington/en/para-extranjeros/visa-section/

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