The 2022 Henley Passport Index, the only one of its kind based on exclusive data from the International Air Transport Authority (IATA), has been updated to reflect the passport rankings for this year. The index includes 199 different passports and 227 different travel destinations.

Lebanon has ranked 102nd right behind Iran and ahead of Sri Lanka, Sudan, Libya, North Korea, Yemen, Syria, Iraq and others. Here’s how it compares to other countries worldwide and in the Middle East:

1- Japan
2- Germany
4- France
6- United Kingdom
6- United States
7- Canada
15- United Arab Emirates
53 – Qatar
54 – Kuwait
62 – Bahrain
65 – Saudi Arabia
91- Jordan
91 – Egypt
99- South Sudan
101 – Iran
102 – Lebanon
103- Libya
105- Palestinian Territory
109- Syria
110- Iraq

The Lebanese passport currently allows you to travel to 41 destinations without a prior visa. You can check out the full rankings [here].

To go through the full list of visa-free countries, check out this [link] but there might be some inaccuracies based on previous years.