6 Travel Destinations Pakistanis Can Visit Without Worrying About A Visa

Getting a visa on a Pakistani passport is no easy task – we know. But there are some (super cool) destinations that make it rather easy for Pakistanis to visit. So if you’re looking to take a break, convince your family or gather your girl gang (or go solo) to one of these five destinations that are truly spectacular and easy to get to!


Some may think it’s overrated (boring) but there’s no denying the beauty of this island in the Indian Ocean. The Maldives is known for its breathtaking white-sand beaches, blue lagoons and extensive reefs. Whether you want to take your husband or your best friends, this place has so much to offer in the form of downtime.


Imagine being surrounded by beautiful white mountains and an immensely rich culture and history, sounds great right? Then book your tickets and start packing now! The best part is you can get your visa upon arrival for Rs2,600. Nepal is as good a place to visit with your beau as it is with friends or family.

Trinidad and Tobago

Are you and best friend both beach bums? Then this place is made for you ladies! Be it the picturesque white-sand beaches or beautiful mangrove swamps, this dual-island has it all. You can spend as many as 30 days in Trinidad and Tobago without worrying about your visa. Talk about the perfect escape!


The perfect place for all thrill seekers, the vast island of Madagascar will offer everything you could ask for and more. It is home to thousands of animals, rainforests, beaches and deserts. Plus, the visa fee is only Rs3,000 and that too upon arrival. We’d call this a win-win situation.


Dominica is a mountainous Caribbean island nation in the West Indies. It offers scenic tropical rainforests, natural hot springs, black-sand beaches and lots of diving and hiking sites. All this without any visa fuss! Call your adventurous girl gang and plan this holiday, stat!

Cape Verde

This exotic island nation is home to scenic beaches, volcanic mountains and seaside villages. Cape Verde is best known for its Creole Portuguese-African culture and traditional morna music. One of the most underrated destinations if you’re fond of beaches. The best part is, the visa is on arrival and costs a reasonable Rs5,000.

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