Related Articles: Best Hostels in Georgia and Awesome Places to Explore in Georgia (Asia) Having a Philippines passport should let us travel within Israel for up to 90 days Visa Free.
However, there are a lot of Filipinos working in Israel (some of them illegally) which is the reason why they are quite strict when it comes to our nationality.
I’m planning to do an around-the-world trip, stepping on all continents (including Antarctica), while working-on-the-road, (as a yoga teacher, massage therapist, TEFL teacher and Professional Travel Blogger) before I turn 30.
A badly planned route and expensive visa applications can have a big impact on your trip.
Here I will be summarizing my visa experiences to free visa countries, as well as a list of other countries we can visit without requiring a visa.
If you decide to live and work there, then just take your passport to most travel agencies, who will make a phone call or two and let you know what the required ‘fee’ will be to make everything happen!
You can check this Vietnam visa site for more details.
I was a bit hesitant at the beginning, but that’s how they work, I finally got a 10-day single entry visa which was sent electronically.
The cost of the visa would depend on the processing period; we chose the 8- 9 days waiting time, you can get an urgent visa for up to 0! Related Articles: Best Luxury Hotels in Azerbaijan and Best Budget Hotels in Azerbaijan Related Article: Simple Guide to a Quick Trip to Baku, Azerbaijan Visa can be obtained upon arrival for stay up to 30 days ().Related Articles: DIY Travel Guide Series: 6 Days Trekking in Nepal and Photojournal of Nepal: A Getaway from an Ordinary Life While on a trip to Israel, my two blogging friends and I rented a car to drive to the Dead Sea and on our way back to Jerusalem we decided to make a side trip to Jericho which is called the West Bank in State of Palestine.Visa or any Identification card were not asked from us.Related Article: Best Hostels in Armenia The visa rules in Azerbaijan are quite different compared to the other 2 Caucasus countries (Armenia and Georgia), there are two options on getting the visa – from the Embassy or from the accredited inbound tourist agency!We chose the latter; I had to contact the company via email and Skype – sent them our passport copies and paid money via western union.I’ve been to other countries which do require visas but are easy and inexpensive; I usually applied for my visas abroad, so I don’t have a visa application experience in the Philippines. Before I forget, please remember that the Philippine Immigration requires us to show a return ticket.