Visa free Countries for Pakistani Passport


Pakistan is one of the best countries in world in terms of its beautiful landscapes, traditions, culture and music. Every year thousands of tourists visit Pakistan to explore its beauty. For last two decades, Pakistan faced an immense challenge of terrorism and instability due to regional foreign policies. Although within last 3 years Pakistan Army had completely overcome the giant of terrorism and now again Pakistan is safe for international visitors. Due to peace reconciliation in Northern Areas of Pakistan and Karachi, number of tourists in that places among citizens of Pakistan and foreign tourists increasing day by day. I’ll also suggest you to visit Pakistan before making plan to visit another country. In this article, I’m sharing some countries which allowed Pakistani passport holders to come without visa or some are offering visa on arrival. However, it is sort of a mandate to have a passport if you plan on visiting more countries than the ones mentioned below. Passport agencies are highly efficient like the San Francisco Passport Agency for instance, and see to it that people get their passports on time.

Here is a list of those countries which allowed you (if you are Pakistani) to visit them without visa:



Dominica is a mountainous Caribbean island nation with natural hot springs and tropical rainforests. Its capital is Roseau and currency is East Caribbean dollar. According to world bank’s statistics, its population is about 72,000. The official language is English so you can easily adjust here. The main tourist points are Morne Toris Pitons National Park and Roseau.



Haiti is in neighborhood of Dominica. In 2010, Haiti hit by a severe earthquake. The currency is Haitian gourde and official languages are French and Haitian Creole French. According to world bank’s statistics, Haiti’s population is 10.32 million in 2013. The famous tourist points are Citadelle la Ferriere, Sans -Souci Palace and the home of former royal King Henry 1.



Federated states of Micronesia is made up of 4 island states; Pohnpei, Kosrae, Chukk and Yap. The country has beautiful palm-shaded beaches, ancient ruins and wreck-filled dives. Famous points are Nan Madol sunken basalt temples and burial vaults. The capital of Federated states of Micronesia is Palikir. The official language is English and currency is US dollars.

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Saint Vincent and the Grenadines


St. Vincent and the Grenadines is a southern Caribbean nation comprising main island, St. Vincent and a chain of small islands. It is famous for volcanic landscapes and yacht sailing. The official currency of country is East Caribbean dollar. Its population was 100,000 in 2012. According to tourist guides Saint Vincent and the Grenadines has 32 islands. Among them, Saint Vincent is a volcanic one and total area of this island is 345 km2.

Trinidad and Tobago

trinidadTrinidad and Tobago is a dual-island Caribbean nation near Venezuela. The capital of Trinidad is Port of Spain, and the official language of country is English. The majority is Christians and Muslims; however, country is a secular country. The official language is English and official currency is Trinidad and Tobago dollar. Famous destinations for tour and travel are; Maracas Bay, Pigeon Point, Port of Spain, Little Tobago Island and Mount St. Benedict Monastery.



Vanuatu is a country of 80 islands stretched to 1300 kilometers. Its capital is Port Vila and currency is Vanuatu Vatu. According to World Bank’s 2013 statistics, population of Vanuatu is near about 250,000. The official languages are French, English, and Bislama. Famous destinations are; Port Villa, Luganville, Tunna Island and Espiritu Santu.

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