While Egypt is a popular tourist destination, where a visa is required to enter the country, Egyptians also need visas to visit most countries around the world. Luckily, there are a few countries that don’t require an e-visa or visa on arrival. That said, we’ll show you some of the visa-free countries that you can fly to on your next vacation.
The dazzling city with its skyscrapers, ancient traditions, and delicious food from nature will captivate you whether it's your first visit or your 50th. You can indulge in some soul searching near the Chinese border, have lunch with Sikhs at a temple, followed by a night of opera, tango, or singing Cantonese karaoke anytime, anywhere. Moreover, you can stay there for up to 90 days without a visa.
Malaysia is more like two countries in one that is divided by the South China Sea. The peninsula exhibits bustling cities, misty tea plantations, resort islands, and colonial architecture but Malaysian Borneo is home to wild orangutan jungles, granite peaks, outlying tribes, and some pretty cool diving spots. Enjoy a 90-day “staycation” in Malaysia without worrying about a visa.
Mark Twain once wrote, "Mauritius was created first, then Heaven followed, and Heaven was copied after Mauritius." Mauritius is famous for its sapphire waters, white sandy beaches, and luxury resorts. If you plan on having a relaxing vacation amidst palm trees and a tropical waterfall, Mauritius is the way to go. Moreover, if your vacation is long enough, you can stay there for up to 90 days without a visa.
Haiti is a heavenly place that has mesmerizing scenery. With its turquoise sea water that gently meets the golden shores, misty mountains peeking through lush greenery, and out of this world sunsets embracing the landscape in vivid color, you can stay in this piece of heaven for 90 days without a visa.
If you’re an adventurous, avid traveler, you wouldn’t want to miss the rivers that are made for rafting adventures, hinterland hiking trails, or a snorkeling reef. For these reasons and more, you will enjoy a trip to Dominica. Luckily, it is one of the countries that don’t require a visa for Egyptians, but you’re only allowed to stay there for 21 days without a visa.
A vast country comprising more than 18,000 islands and home to more than 300 languages spoken on the mainland, Indonesia is a must-visit masterpiece. Its beauty is unmatched and with its friendly people, it has become one of the best destinations in the world to travel to. Your visa-free stay can last up to 30 days.