When preparing for your trip to the Philippines, it's important to secure the appropriate visa. Here are some options available to you:
Option A - Visa-Free Entry
Many nationalities are eligible for visa-free entry to the Philippines for a certain period. The duration of stay varies depending on your nationality. Typically, visa-free entry allows you to stay for 30 days. However, it's important to check the official website of the Philippine Bureau of Immigration for the most up-to-date information and to confirm if your nationality qualifies for visa-free entry.
Option B - Visa on Arrival
If you are not eligible for visa-free entry, you may be able to obtain a visa on arrival. This option is available for specific nationalities and allows you to obtain your visa upon arrival at the airport in the Philippines. The visa on arrival is typically valid for 59 days and can be extended if needed. Again, it's essential to verify your eligibility and check for any updates on the official website of the Philippine Bureau of Immigration.
(Visa Approval Letter: $18 USD, Visa Stamping Fee: $25 USD)
Option C - Embassy/Consulate Application
If you prefer to have your visa arranged before travelling or your nationality does not qualify for visa-free entry or visa on arrival, you can apply for a visa at the nearest Philippine Embassy or Consulate in your country of residence. The specific requirements and process may vary depending on your location, so it's advisable to contact the Embassy or Consulate directly and inquire about the application procedure, necessary documents, and processing time.
If you have any questions about getting a Philippines visa or anything about our tour, please do get in touch.
Please note that the information provided here is based on general guidelines, and it's essential to consult official sources for the most accurate and up-to-date information regarding visa requirements.