Where can I go without a visa?

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I was reading an article posted by Mark on 248am.com and it mentioned something that surprised me. How many countries do you think you can enter using your Lebanese passport? 2? 5? 10? nope! 32!

I think not many people know this. Here’s a list of the countries.

Africa: Cape Verde, Comoros, Djibouti, Madagascar, Mauritius, Mozambique, Seychelles, Togo, Uganda

Americas: Bolivia, Dominica, Ecuador, Haiti, Siant Kitts and Nevis

Asia: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Georgia, Iran, Jordan, Laos, Lebanon, Macau, Malaysia, Maldives, Oman, Nepal, Syria, Timor-Leste

Europe: Kosovo, Turkey

Oceania: Cook Islands, Federated States of Micronesia, Niue, Palau, Samoa, Tuvalu

How about a nice Christmas break in the Federated States of Micronesia? It’s warm that time of year.

via Lebanon News

25 thoughts on “Where can I go without a visa?

  1. R

    With Lebanese passport you can go to lebanon without a visa? 🙂
    Madagascar is a good idea would like to go there.

  2. js

    Wow… Can’t wait to go to Syria or why not Laos… They forgot to mention we can access the “rabbit island” as well as any dumbster in the world…
    Can’t wait to get my Canadian passport…


  3. jpeditor

    Here’s how Lebanon would have the worlds blessings for millenia:

    Give the so-called “palestinians” Lebanese passports, with none-way visas.


  4. Chahe

    It’s correct for Turkey and Nepal, I know people who went with Lebanese passports. Dunno about Oman, the article said yes

  5. Michele

    No chahe it’s not correct; I went to turkey twice n trust me it was a huuuuuge headache!
    As for Nepal, 3 yrs ago I had to send one of my team member there n he was lebanese, we had to apply for a visa for him. Maybe these days the policy has changed!

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  7. wiss

    who knows what’s next! we might not be able to enter lebanon with this passport, as they might kick us out

  8. Ronman

    yeah but the issue of traveling is not about visa only, you got the stupid expensive airfares thanks to the stupid high airport taxes…

    i wonder what would happen to travel tax income if they halve it? that would boost tourism in and out by like 20 folds…

    check this out, my Brother in Law lives in the UK, if he wanted to travel to Lebanon to visit with is family (wife and 2 kids) it would cost him over 1500 pounds in tickets alone.

    that was crazy, so we met him and his family in cyprus, his flight + 6 nights in a splendid hotel? 1000 pounds, that’s a big difference,for a family not to mention a similar hotel in Leb would have cost them at least another 700 pounds or so…and at least there you get clean beach access for free not another accumulated cost… the Cedar on my passport has rubbed off, that tell you a lot about the country and its passport…

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  10. job

    walla bill ha2i2a fuck arab country wee not see only fucking problem and just wee pay all the times badna nkounnnnnn 3alam wee need peace wee need to travel evry where hatilna jozorr aww misstanka3at ta nrouhh 3alaya aww bledd fiya tidbihh w atilll fuck my passport iza bissohole ekhoud gher pass w inssa mashekell hall balad i will not say no

  11. M. H.

    Our housemaid is a Philippine passport holder, she can travel to 70+ countries without a visa.
    Shame on our Lebanese politicians.

  12. M. H.

    Lebanese government should reciprocate similar treatment, extend visa-free only for citizens of other countries that extend similar treatment to Lebanese passport holders.

  13. Maysee

    I got really excited a while back when I read that we can travel to all these countries without visas…unfortunately, it’s not true. You need to distinguish between Diplomatic vs. Ordinary passport holders because it looks like most of these rules apply to diplomatic holders – but even then, quite a few on this list are incorrect.

    I was able to get into Turkey two years ago without a visa – you get it on arrival. I believe this rule still stands.

    As for Armenia, Georgia and Azerbaijan…not true. You have to get a visa for all three. I had to contact the Georgian embassy and they sent me a letter and the only reason I am able to get in is because I’m a resident of Saudi Arabia (otherwise you would need to apply for a visa at the embassy). Azerbaijan needs a visa as well – you have to get the e-visa through a travel agency in the country (takes approximately 15 business days to obtain). You cannot get it on arrival. Armenia…you’re exempt if you hold a Diplomatic or Service passport (aka, not an ordinary citizen’s passport). You need to apply for a visa at the consulate as well.

    In regards to Cambodia…I had to change my entire trip when I was in Vietnam getting on a ship to take me to Cambodia…when I was told that I had to return halfway through the journey because I need a visa from the embassy to enter Cambodia. That was hell for me and it cost me hundreds of dollars to change my entire itinerary.

    In regards to Bolivia: You need to apply for visas at the consulates. For Bolivia we fall in to the Group II category which is the list of countries that have to obtain prior approval (visa) through one of the Bolivian embassies.

    Such a shame that a person’s rights as a human being are reduced to the country of his/her passport. It’s so sad that we are all citizens of the world and should have the right to walk on any land we choose…yet we are denied this right just because of our nationality.


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