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Countries To Visit With A Jamaican Passport

Countries To Visit With A Jamaican Passport

There are many Countries To Visit With A Jamaican Passport. Yes I know you maybe saying nah you’re wrong, well I’m here to prove that to you. Not many are able to get a visa to visit the USA or UK or Europe which is where most people dream of traveling. Why not start by traveling to countries and islands that you can and start from there.

There are so many amazing places to visit besides the USA and UK. Open your mind to different places and people. A dream of mine is traveling to other countries and islands besides the USA and I know that dream will come through sooner or later. In the mean time I’ll share with you places you can travel on your Jamaican passport!!.

I’m so excited to share these places with you. There are over 54 countries you can visit on your Jamaican passport. You read correctly!!, there is so much places to explore and cultures to learn about. I’ll be sharing a few not all. I’ll leave a link to a post that shows you all the countries, let’s get into it!!.

Countries To Visit With A Jamaican Passport

Visa Free Countries, Using Your Jamaican Passport

1. Argentina

2. Antigua and Barmuda

3. Barbados

4. Bahamas

5. Brazil

6. Belize

7. Columbia

8. Dominica

9. Grenada

10. Hong Kong

11. Indonesia

12. Israel

13. Kenya

14. Mexico

15. Panama

16. Philippines

17. Singapore

18. South Korea

19. South Africa

20. St Lucia

21. St Kitts & Nevis

22. St Vincent & The Grenadines

23. Trinidad & Tobago

24. Tanzania

25. Venezuela

Blogpost showing all the countries you can visit with Just your Jamaican passport by The Retro Grade Don’t limit yourself to places you can g0, spread your wings and explore!!.

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4 Comments

  • Reply Benita James

    You guys are lucky to be able to visit Brazil and Argentina.

    Bernie,
    The Style Fanatic

    October 28, 2019 at 10:55 am
  • Reply Ivana Split

    so great you can visit all these countries without a visa.

    November 1, 2019 at 3:09 am
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