11 Honeymoon Destinations Where You Don’t Need To Apply For A Visa In Advance If You’re A Pakistani

Traveling with a Pakistani passport is not always easy. The Pakistani passport has been ranked as the second worst in the world, right after Afghanistan. However, there are some positive aspects of having a green passport, such as being able to travel to many different countries with visa on arrival…

We’ve put together a list of honeymoon destinations that you can easily travel to with a Pakistani passport.

1. Cabo Verde

Visa: upon arrival at the destination

Visa Price: Rs 5000/-

#lionmountain #caboverde #eilandtour #ilhadosal #sal

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This stunning island has a captivating blend of mountains, beaches, and peaceful seaside villages. It has lush mountain peaks hiding piercing green valleys of flowers and sugar cane, ideal for amazing hikes.

2. Dominica

Visa: no visa required

We still beautiful #Dominica 🌤🇩🇲#Caribbean #sunset #chefofthecaribbean #earthbeauty

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Remote, affordable and unspoiled, in Dominica you can explore mountains covered by tropical rainforest, endless hiking trails, dive sites, and black-sand beaches.

3. Maldives

Visa: upon arrival at the destination

Visa Price: Rs 10,500/-

Okay! Maldives is certainly on top of ever couple’s list. It is one of the most beautiful tourists spots!

4. Nepal

Visa: upon arrival at the destination

Visa Price: Rs 2600/-

Nepal is also on the list, peeps!

5. Madagascar

Visa: upon arrival at the destination

Visa Price: Rs 3000/-

Morning sun illuminates emergent baobab trees (Adansonia rubrostipa) in Madagascar's dry deciduous forest, one of the island's most endangered habitats. Despite receiving no rain for up to nine months each year, these forests are home to an astonishing diversity of wildlife, including Madam Berthe's Mouse Lemur, the world's smallest primate. Sadly, due to logging and land clearing, these forests have been reduced to less than 3% of their original extent, and now remain in only a few reserves along the western coast. @chienleephotography . . . . . #madagascar #conservation #baobab #trees #endangered #endangeredspecies #keepitwild #naturephotography #sunrise #dryforest #landscape #wildmadagascar #onlyinmadagascar #dawn #earthporn #beautifulearth #landscape #landscapes #landscapephotography #landscape_lovers #forest #forests #baobabtree #habitat #wildearth #ancientlandscapes

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Madagascar, atleast you would know this place from the movie Madagascar, no?

6. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

Visa: no visa required

Good Morning!!! #saintvincent

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#viewfromeclipse #SaintVincent

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Located in the heart of the Caribbean Sea, get away from tourist exploitation and explore the white-sand beaches on deserted islands and sky-blue water.

7. Timor-Leste

Visa: upon arrival at the destination

Visa Price: Rs 3,000/-

Timor-Leste is Asia’s newest country offers some of the world’s best adventures. It has the world’s best reefs to dive, mountains, and ancient traditions that have survived war.

8. Nicaragua

Visa: no visa required

Tourist Card Price: Rs 1000/-

buenos días #eltransito #nicaragua #mañana #sunrise

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Nicaragua offers its travelers unique volcanic landscapes, colonial architecture, gorgeous beaches, and fascinating forests.

9. Guinea-Bissau

Visa: upon arrival at the destination

Visa Price: Rs 7600/-

#africa #westafrica #rubane #rubaneisland #guineabissau 🇬🇼 #africacarnival

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Filled with amazing landscapes, beaches, culture, and animal life – all close to the capital. It houses colonial-era houses, filled with decay and history.

10. Trinidad and Tobago

Visa: no visa required

Trinidad houses pristine mangrove swamps and rainforested hills with oil refineries and industrial estates. Tobago has everything you’d expect from a Caribbean island, palm trees, and white sand beaches, and luckily it’s unchanged by tourism.

11. Vanuatu

Visa: no visa required

A Pacific island adventure with deserted beaches, remote islands, culture, and uncomparable diving are just a small part of this fantastic island.

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