66 Countries Ugandans Can Travel To Without Visa

Most Uganda citizens are unaware of the fact that all over the world, there are many countries Ugandans can travel to 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 privilege. 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)

Although this is not one of the most popular countries, it is actually a sovereign nation with a population of less than a hundred thousand people. It is made up of two islands,  Antigua and Barbuda located in Oceania. People travel there for tourism.

2. Barbados – 6 Month(s)

Located in the Caribbean region of North America, Barbados is one of the best places for people looking for a vacation. For Ugandans, you can visit this country without needing any visa, and stay for up to 6 months.

3. Burundi

If you don’t want to travel far, Burundi may just be the destination as it allows you in with no visa for as much as 3 months.

4. Bermuda – 6 Month(s)

Bermuda is not one of those places that many people would want to visit except for the search of adventure, which you can trust is a very strong reason. The country is located in North America and it is one of the countries Ugandans can travel to without visa if you only want to stay for less than 6 months.

5. Bahamas – 3 Month(s)

One of the most interesting places that lovers and adventure seekers, as well as people who just need relaxation go to, is this North American island. Located in North America, The Bahamas is a place that Ugandans can visit for up to 3 months without needing to worry about a visa.

6. Botswana – 90 Day(s)

In Southern Africa, Botswana accepts Ugandans to stay for 90 days without a visa. Hence if you are thinking safari, this may just be it.

7. Belize – 1 Month(s)

Belize is a very small country in Central America with a population of less than 400,000 people. Apart from being of historic significance, Belize is very beautiful and rich in tourism. Among the countries Ugandans can travel without a visa, Belize allows you to stay for a month.

8. Cook Islands – 31 Day(s)

The Cook Islands is located in Oceania very close to New Zealand. The country has its doors open to people searching for holiday and vacation for 31 days.

9. Dominica – 21 Day(s)

This Caribbean island is a very beautiful country that welcomes Ugandans to stay for 21 days before it is time to go. Although it has less than a hundred thousand people, it is a great place to visit.

10. Ecuador – 90 Day(s)

Among the countries, Ugandans can travel to without visa is Ecuador which allows you in for 90 days. Found in South America, this is another country that isn’t all that very big, but it is worth visiting.

11. Eritrea

Eriteria also allows you in without visa for a particular time which has not been stated. Nevertheless, you may get to stay for as much as 30 days.

12. Fiji – 4 Month(s)

This is a very small island that is mostly unknown and it lies somewhere in the South Pacific Ocean with a population of less than a million people. If you want to know the world some better and get to rest on an island, you can have 4 months with no visa here.

13. Micronesia – 30 Day(s)

Micronesia has slightly above a hundred thousand people and it is located in Oceania. You are free to visit this country for 30 days.

14. Grenada – 3 Month(s)

This island is another country that welcomes you in for 3 months without needing a visa. Somewhere in the northwest of Trinidad and Tobago, the country has over a 100 thousand people.

15. Gambia – 90 Day(s)

Although you can go to the Gambia for 90 days without a visa, you will need an entry clearance which is given by the Gambian immigration before you travel.

16. Hong Kong – 1 Month(s)

While you need a Visa to visit China, you can visit Hong Kong for a period of 30 days without needing to have a  visa.

17. Haiti – 3 Month(s)

Haiti is one of the countries Ugandans can go to without visa for as much as three months. With over 10 million people, Haiti is a great place also for vacation.

18. Jamaica

Jamaica is a very popular place to visit, most especially places like Kingston. As a Ugandan, you can visit this country without any Visa for as long as 180 days.

19. Kenya – 3 Month(s)

Three months is what Kenya has for Ugandans that wish to visit without Visa.

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

Mostly referred to as Saint Christopher and Nevis, this North American island may not be very well known, but it has its doors open for up to 3 months.

21. Lesotho – 14 Day(s)

This country that is hugged in the arms of South Africa is a culturally rich country that has its doors open for 14 days to Ugandans who do not have Visas.

22. Montserrat – 3 Month(s)

Another Caribbean nation, the country allows Ugandans without a visa to stay therein for 3 months.

There are more exciting countries you can travel to with only Ugandan passport and no visa.

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.

23. Mauritius – 60 Day(s)

For as many people that are not sure of where to go for an interesting vacation, Mauritius may be a very good idea not only because it offers many spots that are very good, but also because it allows you to stay for up to 30 days without a visa.

24. Malawi – 90 Day(s)

Malawi is among the that Ugandans can travel to without Visa. This country is as popular as many other African countries for its rich tourism. It is very generous as it allows Ugandans to stay for up to 90 days without a visa.

25. Malaysia – 2 Month(s)

Malaysia is a very good place to visit for people who are looking to go on a vacation or those interested in business. The fine country allows Ugandans come in for 2 months.

26. Niue – 30 Day(s)

In the South Pacific is where you find this small island of fewer than 2000 people. It is located in New Zealand and allows Ugandans to visit without a visa even though they don’t get to stay for more than 30 days.

27. The Philippines

The Philipines gives you 21 day(s) without a visa. However, if you wish to stay for more than 21 days up to 59 days, you will need a visa which is issued upon arrival.

28. Kosovo – 90 Day(s)

Although this is a new country that is still a cause of dispute, it is quite a place to visit. It has a population of over a million people and it has a long and interesting history.

29. Rwanda

Rwanda is yet another African Country that Ugandans can get to visit without needing to have a Visa. The great part is that you get to stay for as much as 6 months.

30. Singapore – 30 Day(s)

For Singapore, the country gives Ugandans 30 days without a visa. The Asian nation has a population of over 5 million people. It is a great place for vacation.

Below are other countries Ugandans can travel to without visa:

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

A visa allows you to travel to the destination country as far as the port of entry (airport, seaport or land border crossing) and ask the immigration officer to allow you to enter the country. In most countries, the immigration officer has the authority to permit you to enter. He or she usually also decides how long you can stay for any particular visit. Here are more countries you can visit from Uganda without a visa.

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45. Djibouti – 1 Month(s)

46. Egypt – 15 Day(s) – Valid for south Sinai resorts only.

47. Georgia

48. Iraq – Only available at Erbil international airport.

49. Jordan

50. Cambodia – 30 Day(s)

51. Comoros

52. Laos – 30 Day(s)

53. Saint Lucia – 6 Week(s)

54. Madagascar – 90 Day(s)

55. Macau

56. Maldives – 30 Day(s)

57. Mozambique – 30 Day(s)

58. Nepal

59. Nauru

60. Palau Palau – 30 Day(s)

61. Seychelles – 1 Month(s)

This is the dream vacation home for most people and the perfect honeymoon destination for any couple. Interestingly enough, it is here in East Africa, and it allows one to visit for a month.

62. Sao Tome and Principe – 1 Month(s) – Registration made by the airline.

63. Togo – 7 Day(s)

Togo only allows you in for 7 days without a visa.

64. East Timor – 30 Day(s)

This is a Southeast Asian country that is open for Ugandans who want to visit for 30 days without Visa. It has a rich culture and amazing arts.

65. Tuvalu – 1 Month(s)

This is another island that is very inviting even as it has only 12,000 people. It is located in Oceania and allows you in for a month.

66. Samoa – 60 Day(s)

With close to 200 thousand people, this island is a good place ti visit for Ugandans who have 60 days to spend without needing to worry about having a visa.

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