Belarus Passport Visa-Free Countries
Travel with an Belarus passport
The Belarusian passport ranks 106th in the world as of October 2023. This means that Belarusian citizens can travel visa-free to 46 countries in the world. However, to enter the remaining countries, Belarusian passport holders must apply for a visa beforehand.
Where Can Belarus Passport Holders Travel Without a Visa?
Belarus passport visa-free countries
As of October 2023, Belarusian passport holders can travel visa free to 46 countries and territories:
- Antigua and Barbuda
- Cook Islands
- Hong Kong
- North Macedonia
- Saint Kitts and Nevis
- Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
- United Arab Emirates
For visa-free travels, you still must have a valid passport — usually six months after your departure date— and you must purchase travel health insurance as required by your destination country.
Can Belarus Citizens Enter North Macedonia Visa-Free?
Belarus citizens can enter North Macedonia visa-free if they enter the country as a tourist with a tourist group or organized travel agency or have a “tourist voucher” — in this case, they’re allowed to stay in the country for 90 days within a 180-day period.
If Belarusians hold a valid Schengen visa, they can stay in North Macedonia for 15 days as long as their visa is still valid.
Visa on arrival countries
If you are a Belarusian citizen, you can get a visa on arrival for the 35 countries listed below:
- Cabo Verde
- Sri Lanka
Electronic visa countries
The following 26 countries issue eVisas for Belarusian passport holders:
- Burkina Faso
- Democratic Republic of the Congo
- Ivory Coast
- Equatorial Guinea
- São Tomé and Príncipe
- Sierra Leone
- South Africa
- South Sudan
The process of getting an eVisa is more or less the same as applying for a traditional visa. However, in this case, you don’t have to visit a visa application center— you can submit your application online, including the visa payment.
After your application is approved, you will receive an email confirming your visa status along with a document you must print out and bring with you when crossing the border. Your visa will be registered online, but some officers may ask you for a physical copy of the permit; that is why it’s important to keep the copy on your person while traveling.