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60+ Countries Ugandans Can Visit Without a Visa



Before even thinking about entering most countries around the world, we are required to pass the ultimate endurance test: a visa application.

Reams and reams of paperwork, sweaty palmed interviews, exorbitant amounts of money and throbbing admin headaches later , we may or may not be allowed to hop in and out of a destination as fast as out little legs can carry us.

However if you delve just a little deeper , it turns out the world is actually a whole a lot more open to us than we may have thought.

Actually you will be surprised that just with your Ugandan passport, there are several countries you can visit with out a Visa.

These are the several countries you can go and travel without a visa.


  1. Burundi
  2. Botswana-90 days
  3. Gambia- 90 days
  4. Zambia-90 days
  5. Eritrea
  6. Rwanda- 90 days
  7. Madagascar- 90 days
  8. Seychelles-1 months
  9. Kenya –3 months
  10. Tanzania 3 months
  11. Ethiopia – Visa upon arrival
  12. Mauritius – 60 days
  13. Malawi – 90 days
  14. Mozambique- 30 days
  15. Swaziland- 30days
  16. Egypt-15 days-valid for south Sinai resorts only
  17. Lesotho- 14 days
  18. Togo-7 days
  19. Zimbabwe -3 months
  20. Djibouti- 1 months
  21. Comoros
  22. Sao Tome and Principe- 1 months-Registration made by airline
  23. Mali – Visa upon arrival
  24. Ghana – Visa upon arrival


  1. Ecuador – 90 days
  2. Bolivia – 90 days (Visa upon arrival)


  1. Saint Kitts and Nevis- 3 Months
  2. Anguilla -6 Months
  3. Montserrat – 3 months
  4. Jamaica
  5. Nicaragua
  6. El Salvador
  7. Saint Lucia – 6 weeks
  8. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 1 months
  9. Antigua and Barbuda – 1 month
  10. Grenada- 3 months
  11. Dominica-21 days
  12. Haiti- 3 months
  13. Turks and Caicos Islands- 30 days
  14. Belize- I months
  15. British Virgin Islands
  16. Barbados-6 Months
  17. Bermuda-6 Months
  18. Bahamas- 3 months


  1. Kosovo-90 days
  2. Belarus


  1. Macau
  2. Georgia – 360 days
  3. Armenia -120 days
  4. Singapore -90 days
  5. East Timor-30 days
  6. Philippines- 21 days ( for more than 21 days visas are issued up to59 days, visas issued upon arrival)
  7. Malaysia- 2 months
  8. Cambodia – 30 days
  9. Bangladesh-90 days
  10. Sri Lanka – 30 days  (Passengers must hold Electronic Travel Authorization (ETA).
  11. Nepal
  12. Hong Kong – Months
  13. Maldives-30 days
  14. Azerbaijan-30 days
  15. Laos- 30 days


  1. Iraq-only available at Erbil international airport
  2. Jordan
  3. Iran – 15 days maximum stay. Visa upon arrival


  1. Cook islands – 31 days
  2. Fiji – 4 months
  3. Niue – 30 days
  4. Palau-30 days
  5. Vanuatu- 30 days
  6. Tuvalu-1 months
  7. Federated states of Micronesia – 30 days
  8. Nauru
  9. Samoa-60 days

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