66 Countries Ugandans Can Travel To Without Visa


Most Uganda citizens  are unaware of the fact that there are lots of countries you can visit all over the world from Uganda without a visa. Just with your Uganda passport you can actually visit any of these countries without any hassle.

According to the arrangement, for some of these countries, a Ugandan citizen can be allowed to stay for a particular number of days or months in these countries after which they may be required to get a visa, the duration varies and you are expected to find out from the embassy or consulate.

To visit any other country or to stay for a longer time in these countries, you will require a visa. Please check the embassy or consulate of the countries you want to visit to ascertain the conditions attached to this priviledge. Here are some of the countries you can visit from Uganda with only your passport and no visa.

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66 Countries You Can Visit From Uganda Without Visa

 

1. Antigua and Barbuda – 1 Month(s)

2. Barbados – 6 Month(s)

3. Burundi

4. Bermuda – 6 Month(s)

5. Bahamas – 3 Month(s)

6. Botswana – 90 Day(s)

7. Belize – 1 Month(s)

8. Cook Islands – 31 Day(s)

9. Dominica – 21 Day(s)

10. Ecuador – 90 Day(s)

11. Eritrea

12. Fiji Fiji – 4 Month(s)

13. Micronesia – 30 Day(s)

14. Grenada – 3 Month(s)

15. Gambia – 90 Day(s)

16. Hong Kong – 1 Month(s)

17. Haiti – 3 Month(s)

18. Jamaica

19. Kenya – 3 Month(s)

20. Saint Kitts and Nevis – 3 Month(s)

21. Lesotho – 14 Day(s)

22. Montserrat – 3 Month(s)



There are more exciting countries you can travel to with only Ugandan passport and no visa on the next page

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Visa restrictions are imposed by countries to control the crossing of their borders. Almost all countries now require visas from certain non-citizens who wish to enter (or leave) their territory. A visa does not guarantee entry, however. It merely indicates that your passport and visa application have been reviewed by a consular officer at an embassy or consulate of the country you wish to enter, and that the officer has determined that you are generally eligible to enter the country for a specific purpose.

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23. Mauritius – 60 Day(s)

24. Malawi – 90 Day(s)

25. Malaysia – 2 Month(s)

26. Niue – 30 Day(s)

27. Philippines – 21 Day(s) – For more than 21 days up to 59 days, visa issued upon arrival.

28. Kosovo – 90 Day(s)

29. Rwanda – 90 Day(s)

30. Singapore – 30 Day(s)

31. El Salvador

32. Swaziland – 30 Day(s)

33. Turks and Caicos Islands – 30 Day(s)

34. Tanzania – 3 Month(s)

35. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines – 1 Month(s)

36. British Virgin Islands

37. Vanuatu – 30 Day(s)

37. Zambia – 90 Day(s)

39. Zimbabwe – 3 Month(s)

40. Nicaragua

41. Armenia – 120 Day(s)

42. Azerbaijan – 30 Day(s)

43. Bangladesh – 90 Day(s)

44. Belarus

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