With the tedious hassle of getting a visa to travel overseas(#firstworldproblems), and the weak rand adding exorbitant extra costs to the budget. No visa requirements doesn’t mean you need to compromise on a fantastic holiday though, here are 10 incredible places you can visit visa-free:
1.Peru – covering the largest part of the Amazon rainforest (second to Brazil), Peru offers some of the most mysterious and beautiful sites in the world.
2. Argentina – from learning to tango and drinking some pretty spectacular wine, Argentina offers more than just nightlife. The capital Buenos Aires is aslo renowned as one of the worlds most exhilarating cities.
3. Jamaica – the home of Reggae, the Bob Marley Museum and the perfect spot for cocktails on the beach, this Caribbean island is renowned for the best snorkeling and diving spots.
4.The Bahamas – from sandy white beaches, to crystal blue waters, and home to almost every breed of shark, the Bahamas is a scuba divers’ paradise.
5.South Korea – for those looking for a combination of tranquility and buzz, South Korea is the place to go. Don’t miss out on trying the traditional street food or visiting some of the most placid Buddhist landmarks.
6.Thailand – with constant warm weather, endless days on the beach, and warm, friendly locals, this postcard-perfect tropical island is on every list of must-visits.
7. Zambia – just a stone’s throw away from home, Zambia offers visitors the opportunity to meet wildlife eye-to-eye. For the more outdoorsy type, the country offers white water rafting down the Zambezi river or bungee jumping from Victoria Falls bridge.
8. Botswana – the untouched land of beauty, fantastic game viewing and a land protected for wildlife and nature conservation, Botswana is the place to go for those wanting to avoid the crowds.
9. New Zealand – this compact country is the place where bungee jumping was invented. Not just known for its wild side, New Zealand also offers rugged coastlines and a pristine environment that look like the set of the Lord of The Rings.
10. Ireland – known for it’s pub culture, trying a Guinness beer here is compulsory. Farmer’s markets are scattered across landscapes and castles are around every corner.