As stated by the Henley Passport Index, the Pakistani passport has secured 106th position for travel freedom in the 2020 passport ranking. So, are you excited to travel freely around the globe?
Five Visa-Free Destinations You Can Easily Go To With Your Pakistani Passport
Pakistani passport holders can visit several destinations without a visa. Here are five visa-free goals that you can easily see on your Pakistani Passport:
1. Cook Islands
A group of 15 self-governing islands associated with New Zealand. This beautiful place accepts Pakistani tourists for up to one month without a visa. Good news for Pakistani nationals: You can even extend your stay to 30 more days.
From immersing into the ancient Polynesian culture to having the time of your life at the beautiful beach resorts, from exploring the waters of Aitutaki’s lagoon to experiencing the thrill of glass-bottomed lagoon cruises, you can do all that you have ever dreamt of.
Located in the Caribbean Sea, Haiti offers a three months visa-free stay to Pakistani passport holders. Making its way to the most visited tourist destinations across the globe, Haiti offers many fun activities to its visitors.
From the unique and vibrant Haitian culture to its fantastic landscape comprising of beautiful beaches and the palatable Haitian food, Haiti has a lot to offer. So are you ready to visit Haiti on your Pakistani Passport? We advise you to learn a little bit of French before you set off. Have fun!
Located in the north-east of New Zealand, Niue is yet another visa-free island for Pakistanis to visit. Pakistani passport holders can stay for up to 30 days in Niue without a visa. Niue offers a lot of adventurous to its visitors, such as caving, fishing, diving, snorkeling, stargazing, etc.
At the Matavai Resort in Niue, you can not only watch the whales performing while you dine for dinner but also hear them slap their huge fins against the water while you sleep. So, are you ready to swim with the whales?
Micronesia allows a stay of about one month to Pakistani Passport holders without a visa. An extension of 60 days is also permitted. Spread across several squares miles of the Pacific Ocean, the islands of Micronesia have a lot in store for the tourists.
From rugged volcanic crags and cliffs to natural swimming pools and waterfalls, from beautiful beaches to mesmerizing valleys and gorges, the varying landscape of the Micronesian islands has everything to offer to the tourists.
Montserrat, a British Overseas Territory, has permitted almost all countries to visit the island without a visa. Located in the West Indies, Montserrat offers a lot of places to visit, including the Soufriere Hills, The New Beach, the Montserrat Volcano Observatory, etc. Tourists can also enjoy thrilling sailboat cruises and exhilarating helicopter excursions.
So, have you packed your bags already? Are you ready to travel the world on your Pakistani Passport? Let us know in the comment section below!
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