Countries That Don’t Need Tourist Visa For Filipinos

For those who want to start their travel escapades out of the country, it would best to start on countries that don’t need any visit visa. It may be nicer to visit those that require it like the European countries but it would cost you a lot of time and money.

Since I’m one those people who has been dying to get my passport inked, I searched for the information indicated below to have a jump start on the possible countries I can visit with nothing but my passport alone.

Source: http://reahguevarra.com/countries-filipinos-no-tourist-visa/

Country No. of days allowed Official Webpage
Embassy Phone Numbers in the Philippines
Brunei Up to 14 days none found             +63-2-816-2836
+63-2-816-2837
Cambodia Up to 21 days Homepage             +63-2-818-9981
+63-2-810-1896
Hong Kong Up to 14 days Visa requirement page (See Table)
Indonesia Up to 30 days Visa exemption page             +63-2-892-5061
Israel Up to 90 days Visa exemption PDF             +63-2-894-0441
+63-2-894-0443
Laos Up to 30 days Exemption table             +63-2-852-5759
+63-2-852-5979
Macau Up to 30 days Visa free countries webmaster@macau-embassy.org (US)
Malaysia Up to 30 days Requirement table (632) 864 0761 To 68
Mongolia Up to 21 days List of countries with no visa esyam@mongolianembassy.us
Singapore Up to 30 days Philippines is not listed in the countries requiring entry visa             63-(2)-856 9922
Thailand Up to 30 days Visa-fee exemptions page             63-(2)-815-4221
Vietnam Up to 21 days Visa exemption page             63-(2)-525 2837 

63-(2)-521 6843

Countries in South America

Country No. of days allowed Official Webpage
Embassy Phone Numbers in the Philippines
Bolivia Up to 30 days Info page (Spanish) None
Brazil 90 days Exemption List             +63-2-845-3651
+63-2-845-3654
+63-2-845-3655
+63-2-845-3662
+63-2-845-3668
+63-917-574-4513
Colombia Up to 90 days List of exempted countries (Filipinas)             +63-2-911-3101
Ecuador 90 days Embassy in US homepage             +63-2-8700-100
Peru Up to 183 days See Filipinas             +63-2-813-8731
+63-2-813-8732
+63-2-813-8733
Suriname Up to 90 days Check the list at the bottom esuriname@covad.net (US)

Countries in Africa

Country No. of days allowed Official Webpage
Embassy Phone Numbers in the Philippines
Morocco Up to 90 days Visa application page(see countries that do no need a visa) Consulate Office 

+63-8191686
+63-8866178
+63-8896170
+63-8896181

Saint Helena Up to 90 days none found was@minbuza.nl (US)
Seychelles Up to 30 days US website             63-(2)-631-6075
Tuvalu Up to 90 days Consulate of Tuvalu on Singapore tuvalu@onecommonwealth.org (US)

Countries in North America

Country No. of days allowed Official Webpage
Embassy Phone Numbers in the Philippines
Costa Rica Up to 30 days Country list (click Philippines)             +63-2-818-6740
+63-2-816-7851
Haiti Up to 90 days Embassy of Haiti in US embassy@haiti.org (US)
Saint Vincent Grenadines Up to 30 days Website mail@embsvg.com (US)

Country in Europe

Country No. of days allowed Official Webpage
Embassy Phone Numbers in the Philippines
Kosovo Unlimited for valid passport Site of embassy in the US embassy.usa@ks-gov.net (US)

Countries in Oceania

Country No. of days allowed Official Webpage
Embassy Phone Numbers in the Philippines
Fiji Up to 120 days Visitor visa page (see exemptions) +852-375-1618 (Hong Kong)
Micronesia Up to 21 days Country list of requirements             (202) 223-4383       (US)
Nauru Up to 30 days none found none found
Niue Up to 30 days none found none found
Palau Up to 30 days US embassy website             +63-2-817-9666
Pitcairn Islands Up to 14 days (entry permit of $30) Information admin@pitcairn.gov.pn (New Zealand)
Samoa Up to 60 days none found no contact info found
Tuvalu Up to 90 days Consulate of Tuvalu on Singapore tuvalu@onecommonwealth.org (US)
  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/01337580564981806299 Mae Codizal

    HELPFUL! Thanks! This is just what I need

  • http://eytozee.net/ Yannie

    Thanks for sharing….

    Brazil, etc, etc… here I come!!!

  • http://www.myredhotreviews.info redamethyst

    wow, thanks for sharing this, hopefully I can visit some of the countries here.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/05399277101606721016 Tin

    Wow! Thanks for this! Now let me see where to go next.

    Tin of http://ohhthat.blogspot.com

  • http://www.stayathomeblessings.com Chin chin of Stay at Home Blessings

    I haven't been to Hong Kong or Singapore. Maybe I could go there with my family and not worry about getting a visa. Thanks for the info.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/13881180872086441691 shadz

    Kosovo in Europe. Is there a direct flight going there? Hehe. But this is a nifty list you got here Thanks for sharing. :)

  • http://cc.awemusings.com CC

    Cool list! I thought we were only limited to travelling to Asia, but now I know that's not quite true. Thanks!

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/00254264451637622494 Jen

    Thank you for this list! Now Peru looks more inviting than ever!

  • http://www.charmingjunkie.com/ yuuki

    the places i want to visit weren't on the list…pls update us if there are any additional countries/ cities we could go without visa…

  • http://www.stylishvoyager.com zoan

    very helpful post for a traveler like me:D thank you so much for sharing:)

  • http://www.bongabonlife.com imriz

    visa application is really a pain the a__ :) and yes, costly, too.

    BTW, added u up in my blogroll .

    Thanks.

  • Miracle Boy

    There are more than 50 countries which allowed Visa free or Visa-on-arrival for Philippine Passport. Brazil is one of these countries which allowed Filipinos to stay at least 90 days Visa-free. This is their response to the 60-day Visa-free given by the Philippine government to Brazilian citizens. On the other hand, Brazil follows a principle of “what goes around comes around”. This can be applied to their $160 Visa fee for US citizens as a counterblow for the strict immigration requirements by the US to Brazilians. We are lucky because we can visit the 2016 Rio de Janiero Olympics Visa-free

    • http://www.awesomencounters.com Andrea

      wow! thank you for sharing this one mr. miracle boy… good thing brazil implemented that one to the US because getting a visit visa to visit their country is indeed a pain in the a–!

      • Miracle Boy

        Indeed!