The over 50 countries Jamaicans can visit without a visa

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In this video, there are over 50 countries Jamaicans can visit without a visa. I am a holder of one passport and that is my Jamaican passport which is what I use to travel. I hope you will find this video useful and you will start planning your travel life.

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Article by the Jamaican Observer by Richard Brown

Pictures by:
Asian countries
Bangladesh Photo by Ashraful Haque Akash on Unsplash
Malaysia Photo by Izuddin Helmi Adnan on Unsplash
Singapore Photo by Hu Chen on Unsplash
Sri Lanka Photo by sasha set on Unsplash
Hong Kong Photo by Florian Wehde on Unsplash
Indonesia Foto von VisionPic .net von Pexels
Phillipines Photo by Cris Tagupa on Unsplash
South Korea Photo by Shawn Ang on Unsplash

African Countries
Botswana Photo by KYLE CUT MEDIA on Unsplash
Swaziland Photo by Ndumiso Silindza on Unsplash
Ghana Photo by Enoch Appiah Jr. on Unsplash
Kenya Photo by Randy Fath on Unsplash
Lesotho Photo by Tatenda Mapigoti on Unsplash
Photo by Angelo Moleele on Unsplash

Namibia Photo by Sam Power on Unsplash
Photo by Kambani Ramano on Unsplash
Photo by Geran de Klerk on Unsplash

Mauritius Photo by Xavier Coiffic on Unsplash

Rwanda Photo by maxime niyomwungeri on Unsplash

Seychelles Photo by Alin Meceanu on Unsplash

Sierra Leone Photo by Annie Spratt on Unsplash

South Africa Photo by Ashim D’Silva on Unsplash

Tanzania Photo by Harshil Gudka on Unsplash

Uganda Photo by Francesco Ungaro on Unsplash

Zambia Photo by Ian McGrory on Unsplash
African countries not requiring visas for Jamaicans include Egypt Photo by Simon Matzinger on Unsplash

Madagascar Photo by Simon Matzinger on Unsplash

Mozambique Photo by Rohan Reddy on Unsplash


Zimbabwe Photo by Joshua van der Schyff on Unsplash

Russia Photo by Nikolay Vorobyev on Unsplash

Serbia Photo by Valentin Salja on Unsplash

Oceana Jamaicans can travel visa-free
Fiji Photo by Janis Rozenfelds on Unsplash

Samoa Photo by Michal Pechardo on Unsplash

Tonga Photo by Jovi Waqa on Unsplash


Middle East
Armenia Photo by Levon Vardanyan on Unsplash

Iran Photo by Mehrshad Rajabi on Unsplash

Israel Photo by Chen Mizrach on Unsplash

Jordan Photo by Chen Mizrach on Unsplash

Palestine Photo by Omri Massarwe on Unsplash

The Americas 15 countries
Belize Photo by Meritt Thomas on Unsplash

Guyana Photo by Bonnie Kittle on Unsplash

Suriname Photo by Vincent van Zalinge on Unsplash

Nicaragua Photo by Ivana Cajina on Unsplash

Panama Photo by Miguel Bruna on Unsplash

Argentina Photo by Sander Crombach on Unsplash

Bolivia Photo by Alex Azabache on Unsplash

Brazil Photo by sergio souza on Unsplash

Chile Photo by Thomas Griggs on Unsplash

Colombia Foto von EA von Pexels

Ecuador Photo by César Viteri on Unsplash

Mexico Photo by Filip Gielda on Unsplash

Peru Photo by Eduardo Flores on Unsplash

Venezuela. Photo by Jorge Salvador on Unsplash

Commonwealth countries we Need Visa

United Kingdom
New Zealand
Sri Lanka

Caribbean island

Cayman Islands
Turks and Caicos Islands
British Overseas Territories
French overseas departments
US territories of Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands
Dutch islands other than Curacao.

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