Uzbekistan passport visa free countries

Uzbekistan passport visa free countries

According to the Global Passport Ranking Index, the Uzbekistani passport ranked 80th. It allows visa-free travel to 60 countries. Uzbekistani passport holders can travel to Russia, Turkey, Ukraine, and Indonesia without Visa. Visas are required for Uzbekistani natives to visit 169 countries across the world. The United States, India, and Japan are among the countries that need a visa ahead of time.

25 Destinations that you can travel to without a visa from Uzbekistan passport

  1. Antigua and Barbuda
  2. Armenia
  3. Azerbaijan
  4. Barbados
  5. Belarus
  6. Cook Islands
  7. Dominica
  8. Ecuador
  9. Gambia
  10. Georgia
  11. Haiti
  12. Indonesia
  13. Kazakhstan
  14. Kyrgyzstan
  15. Malaysia
  16. Micronesia
  17. Moldova
  18. Namibia
  19. Niue
  20. Philippines
  21. Russia
  22. St. Vincent and the Grenadines
  23. Tajikistan
  24. Turkey
  25. Ukraine

34 Destinations that you can travel from Uzbekistan passport with Visa on arrival

  1. Bangladesh
  2. Bolivia
  3. Cambodia
  4. Cape Verde
  5. Comoros
  6. Guinea-Bissau
  7. Iran
  8. Jamaica
  9. Jordan
  10. Kenya
  11. Laos
  12. Lebanon
  13. Macao
  14. Madagascar
  15. Maldives
  16. Mauritania
  17. Mauritius
  18. Mozambique
  19. Nepal
  20. Nicaragua
  21. Palau
  22. Rwanda
  23. Samoa
  24. Senegal
  25. Seychelles
  26. Sierra Leone
  27. Somalia
  28. Syria
  29. Thailand
  30. Timor-Leste
  31. Togo
  32. Tuvalu
  33. Uganda
  34. Zimbabwe

Ranking of Uzbekistan Passports

The ranking of a passport is decided by:
  • The number of countries that allow Uzbek passport holders to enter without a visa,
  • The number of countries that allow passport holders to enter by obtaining a visa on arrival,
  • With the number of countries an electronic travel authorization (eTA).
25 visa-free countries in Uzbekistan, 34 visa-on-arrival countries in Uzbekistan, and 1 eTA.

ABOUT Uzbekistan

Uzbekistan is a country in Central Asia.
The landlocked Republic of Uzbekistan is divided into 12 regions and was a former Soviet republic. The country shares borders with Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, and Kazakhstan in Central Asia. Samarqand, Fergana, and Qashqadaryo are the most important regions. The country of Uzbekistan covers a total size of 448,978 square kilometers. This places it as Asia’s 16th largest country. The landscape is largely a flat sandy desert, with mountains to the east. The climate is arid continental, moderate in the north, and subtropical in the south.