JAPAN VISA FREE – The Japanese government has once again opened the country for travelers after more than two (2) years of strict restrictions.
Several countries closed their borders from tourists amid the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. One of these is Japan which imposed strict restrictions on travelers for two (2) and a half years. Recently, a good news for those who wish to visit the country crossed the surface. Based on a report on ABS-CBN News, Japan which is a visa free country to travelers from 68 other nations and territories is reopening its door to tourists beginning Tuesday. The officials are hoping that the move will boost the economy amid weak yen. The country also lifted the package tour requirement and as well as the cap on the arrivals. Based on the report, tourists must present their vaccine card or a proof of a negative coronavirus test result taken three (3) days before departure.
LOOK: 66 “Visa-Free” International Destinations Filipinos Can Visit
Do you wish to visit a visa-free international destination?
VISA-FREE – Filipinos are now allowed to visit 66 international destinations even without having a visa.
Many Filipino people desire to visit the different places outside the Philippines together with their family and friends. However, although the idea sounds good, it may not be very easy to go to other countries depending on the requirements that must be complied.
Recently, a good news most especially for travel junkies broke in – more international destinations now are open for Filipino visa-free. Based on a report in CNN, the 2018 Henley Passport Index checked on the travel freedom of the different nations.
Three years ago, 60 countries can be visited by the Filipino people even those who have no visa. Currently, six international destinations were added to the list. There are 66 visa-free international destinations that Pinoys can visit now according to the report.
In the list, there are 19 destinations in Asia, 20 in Africa, 10 in Oceania, 5 in the Carribean, 8 in America, and 4 in the Middle East are visa-free.
RMN Iloilo also shared the good news with the netizens through its Facebook page. There are some netizens who have left comments on the social media post.
A Facebook user stressed that there is no problem when it comes to the destination but the immigration in the Philippines is very strict. Another netizen also shared the same sentiment and added that the ticket will be wasted.
Are you and your loved ones craving for a wonderful vacation? You can have it in any of these visa-free destinations and experience a different culture even just for a while. Many people are after unique experiences so they travel and see more of the world. Once in a while, it’s really great to go and make unforgettable memories.