63 Countries Saudis Can Visit Without A Visa

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With close to 200 countries in the world, you’ll be surprised to know that with a Saudi Passport you can visit 63 of them without a prior visa.

So what is stopping you from traveling, take a look at the countries that are welcoming you with open arms.

1. Bahrain: Visa not required-Freedom of movement


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2. Bangladesh: Visa on arrival – 30 days


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3. Bolivia: Visa on arrival – 90 days


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4. Botswana: Visa not required – 90 days


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5. Brunei: Visa on arrival – 30 days


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6. Burundi: Visa on arrival – 30 days; obtainable at Bujumbura International Airport

7. Cambodia: Visa on arrival – 30 days


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8. Cape Verde: Visa on arrival


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9. Comoros: Visa on arrival


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10. Djibouti: Visa on arrival


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11. Dominica: Visa not required – 21 days


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12. Ecuador: Visa not required – 90 days

13. Egypt: Visa not required – 90 days


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14. El Salvador: Visa not required – 90 days


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15. Gambia: Visa not required -90 days

16. Georgia: Visa not required – 90 days within 180 days


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17. Guatemala: Visa not required – 90 days

18. Guinea-Bissau: Visa on arrival – 90 days


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19. Haiti: Visa not require – 3 months


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20. Honduras: Visa not required – 3 months


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21. Indonesia: Visa on arrival – 30 days

22. Iraq: Visa on arrival – Must arrive via Basra or Najaf


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23. Jordan: Visa not required – 3 months

24. Kenya: Visa on arrival – 3 months

25. South Korea: Visa not required – 30 days


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26. Kuwait: Visa not required – Freedom of movement


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27. Kyrgyzstan: Visa not required – 60 days


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28. Laos: Visa on arrival – 30 days


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29. Lebanon: Visa not required – 3 months


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30. Madagascar: Visa on arrival – 90 days


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31. Malaysia: Visa not required – 3 months


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32. Maldives: Visa on arrival – 30 days


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33. Mali: Visa on arrival


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34. Mauritania: Visa on arrival


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35. Mauritius: Visa not required – 90 days


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36. Micronesia: Visa not required – 30 days


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37. Morocco: Visa not required – 90 days


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38. Mozambique: Visa on arrival – 30 days


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39. Nepal: Visa on arrival – 90 days


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40. New Zealand: Visa not required – 90 days

41. Nicaragua: Visa not required – 90 days


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42. Oman: Visa not required – Freedom of movement

43. Palau: Visa on arrival – 30 days

44. Panama: Visa not required – 180 days

45. Philippines: Visa not required – 30 days

46. Qatar: Visa not required – Freedom of movement


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47. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines: Visa not required – 1 month


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48. Samoa: Entry Permit on arrival – 60 days


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49. Seychelles: Visitor’s Permit on arrival – 1 month


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50. Sri Lanka: Electronic Travel Authorization – 30 days


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51. Sudan: Visa on arrival


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52. Tajikistan: Visa on arrival


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53. Tanzania: Visa on arrival


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54. Timor-Leste: Visa on arrival – 30 days


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55. Togo: Visa on arrival – 7 days


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56. Tunisia: Visa not required -90 days


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57. Turkey – eVisa on arrival – 3 months

58. Tuvalu: Visa on arrival – 1 month


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59. Uganda: Visa on arrival

60. United Arab Emirates: Visa not required – Freedom of movement.


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61. Yemen: Visa not required – 3 months


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62. Zambia: Visa on arrival – 90 days


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63. Zimbabwe: Visa on arrival – 90 days

So where are you planning to travel to?

Before you travel, please remember to contact the embassy or consulate of the country you are planning to travel to. This is to confirm that there have not been any recent changes that may affect your travel, as visa and immigration policies change frequently. 

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    Not a Saudi, but so far as I know Saudi Arabia does not have an embassy in Thailand and Israel, and as such though there is unilateral acceptance on the host country’s side, Saudi immigration’s position is ‘each man unto himself.’ Meaning, if you wish to go there, do at your own peril. We will not be responsible for your wellbeing. I think that’s enough of a deterrent for anyone. Also, count this as choice D). 😉

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    The telegraph had an article our in March 2017 that 69 countries can be visited by Saudis without applying for a visa . Other countries due require Saudis to submit an application ( online/ physical ). I remember Canada & Switzerland were +170 countries , China & India are like 50-52 countries only

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