Visa Free Countries: List of countries You can travel without needing a visa.

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Ghanaians are finding it easier and better to travel outside the country every day because the restrictions on foreign travel have been relaxed.


Ghanaians do not require a visa to go to any of the world’s sixty (60) countries. After obtaining a certified passport, a person is allowed to travel without the requirement for a visa.

The following are the 60 countries to which Ghanaians are permitted to travel without a visa:

1. Bangladesh

2. Cambodia

3. Indonesia

4. Macao

5. Maldives

6. Pakistan

7. Philippines

8. Singapore

9. Timor-Leste

10. Benin

11. Burkina Faso

12. Cape Verde Islands

13. Comores Islands

14. Cote d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast)

15. Eswatini (Swaziland)

16. Ethiopia

17. Gambia

18. Guinea

19. Guinea-Bissau

20. Kenya

21. Liberia

22. Madagascar

23. Mali

24. Mauritania

25. Mauritius

26. Mozambique

27. Niger

28. Nigeria

29. Rwanda

30. Senegal

31. Seychelles

32. Sierra Leone

33. Somalia

34. South Africa

35. Tanzania

36. Togo

37. Uganda

38. Zambia

39. Zimbabwe

40. Cook Islands

41. Fiji

42. Niue

43. Palau Islands

44. Samoa

45. Tuvalu

46. Micronesia

47. Vanuatu

48. Barbados

49. Dominica

50. Grenada

51. British Virgin Islands

52. Haiti

53. Jamaica

54. Montserrat

55. St. Kitts and Nevis

56. St. Lucia

57. St. Vincent and the Grenadines

58. Trinidad and Tobago

59. Nicaragua

60. Belize

There are a lot of African countries on the list above. The United Arab Emirates is one of the countries that will be added to the list. Visa applications might take a long time to process.

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Ghana is not the only country that receives visa-free treatment from other countries; nevertheless, each country has its own list of visa-free nations. With 192 countries, Japan, for example, has the most visa-free destinations in the world.

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