Check the Visa and Tourist Visa requirements for any country in the world – including the American Visa, Australian Tourist Visa or a British Tourist Visa. You can find Visa free countries, Visa on arrival, Visa application required and eVisa countries. Where the information is known, we also detail how many days duration each visa lasts.
We have collected together the visa requirements for over 200 different destination countries across the world, so that we can make planning your future trips, holidays and vacations as easy as possible.
All details are correct as of March 2020
E-visa, or eVisa, is short for electronic visa. It is simply a visa that you can apply for on your own through a country’s visa website. They are no different than other types of travel visas. The only difference is that you can complete the application online.
Visa-free refers to the ability to travel to a foreign country without the need for a travel visa. In such a case only a valid passport is required for entry and exit purposes.
Visa-free days (VFD) refers to the ability to travel to a foreign country without the need for a travel visa. In such a case only a valid passport is required for entry and exit purposes. The important difference between Visa-free and Visa-free days is that when entering on a VFD visa you must leave the country before the visa period ends - or serious issues can arise such as fines, a travel ban or prosecution.
A visa on arrival, or VOA, that lets you obtain your visa upon landing at your destination instead of having it in hand before you even get on the plane.
Visa required means that travellers must apply for a visa to the country before actually travelling there.
The information in the site should be used as a guide only. You are advised to contact your local official mission/consulate/embassy and ensure you have the latest information. We take no responsibility in any way shape or form for any of the information found on this site, or for any sites that this site links to. Rules and regulations change on a day to day basis.
We are always happy to hear from fellow travellers who wish to share their experiences but please do not email us with individual visa questions or requests.