Visa Free Countries for Afghan Passport in 2023

Despite being the lowest-ranking passport in the world, Afghan passport holders can still visit 27 countries without a visa or can get a visa on arrival. I will share the exact list of countries where Afghanistan citizens can visit the maximum number of countries visa-free on their blue passports in 2023. It’s far behind Indian, Sri Lankan, and Bangladeshi passport.

Visa Free Countries for Afghan Passport

Visa Free Countries for Afghan Passport in 2023

This is the complete list of countries where Afghan passport holders can visit without a visa or get a visa on arrival without any issue. I will share the list separately for evisa countries and for visa-on-arrival countries on this page but this is the list of all countries.

  1. Bangladesh *
  2. Burundi *
  3. Cambodia *
  4. Cape Verde Islands *
  5. Comoro Islands *
  6. Cook Islands
  7. Dominica
  8. Guinea-Bissau *
  9. Haiti
  10. Macao (SAR China) *
  11. Madagascar *
  12. Maldives *
  13. Mauritania *
  14. Micronesia
  15. Mozambique *
  16. Niue
  17. Palau Islands *
  18. Rwanda *
  19. Samoa *
  20. Senegal *
  21. Seychelles *
  22. Somalia *
  23. St. Vincent and the Grenadines
  24. Timor-Leste *
  25. Togo *
  26. Tuvalu *

The (*) means visa on arrival and without (*) means that you don’t need to obtain a visa in advance while carrying an Afghan passport.

Visa on Arrival Countries for Afghan Passport in 2023

Being a citizen of Afghanistan is hard in 2023 but don’t lose hope, you can still get a visa on arrival in many countries around the world. Here is the list of countries where you need to show up at the airport and you will get a visa on arrival with an Afghanistan passport.

  1. Bangladesh
  2. Bolivia
  3. Burundi
  4. Cambodia
  5. Cape Verde
  6. Comoros
  7. Macao
  8. Madagascar
  9. Maldives
  10. Mauritania
  11. Mozambique
  12. Niue
  13. Palau
  14. Rwanda
  15. Samoa
  16. Seychelles
  17. Somalia
  18. Timor-Leste
  19. Togo
  20. Tuvalu

I will share the required documents at the bottom of this page which Afghan citizens must carry before starting their journey to the visa-on-arrival countries.

eVisa Countries List for Afghan Passport in 2023

Below is the list of countries where Afghan citizens can apply for a visa online and they don’t need to visit any embassy for a visa to these countries. Each country on this list has different requirements for Afghan citizens. Please check the website of each country to find out the exact requirements and documents.

  1. Albania
  2. Antigua and Barbuda
  3. Bahamas
  4. Bahrain
  5. Benin
  6. Bhutan
  7. Botswana
  8. Burkina Faso
  9. Cameroon
  10. Colombia
  11. Congo (Dem. Rep.)
  12. Cote d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast)
  13. Djibouti
  14. Ecuador
  15. Ethiopia
  16. Gabon
  17. Guinea
  18. India
  19. Kenya
  20. Kyrgyzstan
  21. Lesotho
  22. Malawi
  23. Malaysia
  24. Moldova
  25. Montserrat
  26. Oman
  27. Pakistan
  28. Saint Kitts and Nevis
  29. Sao Tome and Principe
  30. Singapore
  31. South Sudan
  32. St. Helena
  33. Suriname
  34. Tajikistan
  35. Tanzania
  36. Turkey
  37. Uganda
  38. United Arab Emirates
  39. Uzbekistan
  40. Zambia
  41. Zimbabwe

Some countries in this list may require Afghan passport holders to have a valid USA, UK, Schengen, or Canada visa before they can be granted the eVisa. For example, Turkey has a visa policy for Afghanistan citizens that they must have a valid visa before they can apply for an eVisa to Turkey.

Visa Free Countries for Afghan Passport

Required Documents for Afghan Citizens

You can go to many countries without a visa and can get a visa on arrival while holding an Afghan passport but you must carry some important documents because every country has requirements in place for incoming visitors. These are general documents that you must hold before starting your journey to any of the visa-free countries on an Afghan passport.

  1. Valid passport for 6 months
  2. Return or onward ticket
  3. Hotel booking for the entire stay
  4. Cash money $50 USD per day
  5. Visa fee (if applicable).

Some countries may require more documents from Afghan citizens because these days countries are extra cautioned after the Taliban have seized power in Afghanistan. Therefore, it’s better to check the official website of the country where you plan to travel on an Afghan passport. Just put that country’s name on Google and you will find the details.

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