This is an update on last year’s post on VISA restrictions for Arab countries.
According to Henley & Partnersâ€™ Visa Restrictions Index, a global ranking of 194 countries according to the travel freedoms their citizen enjoy, passport holders from parts of the Arab world now need visas to enter more countries. Not surprisingly, the lowest-ranked Arab country was Lebanon with visa-free access to 33 countries. [Link]
Jad was kind enough to compile the list of countries Lebanese can have visa-free access to. Check out the full list [Here].
this post is pretty useful!
This list is not true. I just called the Consulate of Bolivia in Canada, and they told me that Lebanese citizens need to obtain a visa to travel to Bolivia. I also went on the Embassy of Ecuador website, and Lebanon was listed as a country that requires a visa. Based on the fact that the first 2 countries I searched out of this list need a visa, I would easily say that this list is hugely false, and whoever is putting this information together has no idea what they are doing.