Lebanon is a country with a proud people, culture, heritage and history. Unfortunately, this isn’t quite reflected in the power of the Lebanese passport, which was recently ranked 96th out of 102 in terms of the travel freedom it grants.
For the Lebanese traveler, finding countries that don’t require visas, or that grant them upon arrival, is essential to skipping the stress and hassle of applying for visas. Here are ten countries you don’t need a visa to visit, and why you should put them on your 2017 bucket list!
From its sprawling green valleys to its many wineries, Georgia has emerged as an unexpected leader of up and coming tourist destinations. Don’t miss the chance to visit this picturesque European country visa-free!
Lebanon shares much more with Jordan than just a border. With delicious food, ancient sites, and beautiful cities, Jordan is a must-visit for Lebanese travelers. Read more about the coastal city of Aqaba here.
Laos is the Southeast Asian country that has managed to avoid the hectic and rapid development of its popular neighbors, making it an ideal spot for travelers looking to explore an authentically Asian culture.
4. Sri Lanka
In Sri Lanka you will find endless beaches, delicious cuisine, welcoming people and for the animal lovers, the chance to play with elephants!
Oman has gone under the radar of most travelers to the region but don’t let that fool you. Oman’s vast deserts, pristine coastline, and distinctly Middle Eastern culture will delight anyone looking for an authentic Arabian experience.
This South American country packs a whole lot into its small size. Visit the Amazon jungle, surf on the Pacific coast, and immerse in Andean culture without worrying about getting a visa.
With over 17,000 islands, Indonesia offers the chance for endless adventure and and exploration into hidden temples, thick jungles and constantly breath-taking scenery.
The Maldives have become synonymous with serious luxury, and for a good reason. The over-water bungalows and crystal-clear water is the idyllic vacation we could all use, visa-free.
Not only is Armenia drenched in history, it also offers curious travelers breathtaking scenery, from views of Mount Ararat to Lake Sevan. Fly direct from Beirut to Yerevan in just two hours and immerse yourself in the warm spirit of the people. You’ll soon find the capital is bursting with life, especially at night.
Home to exotic jungles, Himalayan peaks and ancient monasteries, Nepal is the ultimate destination for the adventurous at heart who are looking for cultural immersion with a side of adrenaline.