Visa requirements for Bahraini citizens

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Visa-free and Visa-on-arrival travel[edit]

Bahraini citizens do not need a visa to enter other member states of the GCC. They also have the right to take up jobs in those countries. Similarly, citizens of other GCC states do not need a visa to enter Bahrain. Also, Bahraini citizens do not need a visa to enter many member states of the Arab League.

According to the "Henley Visa Restrictions Index 2012", holders of a Bahraini passport can visit 66 countries visa-free or with visa on arrival.[1]

Countries and territories with visa-free entries or visas on arrival for holders of Bahraini passports

Africa[edit]

Countries and Territories Conditions of access
 Burundi Visa issued on arrival [1]
 Cape Verde Visa issued on arrival [2]
 Comoros A free 24 h transit visa issued upon arrival at the airport. Within 24 hours this must be converted into a full visa at the immigration office in Moroni
(fee payable) [3]
 Djibouti 1-month visa issued upon arrival for DJF5,000[4]
 Egypt 6 months [5]
 Gambia At port of entry passport 24-72 h transit pass is issued. This must be converted into a full visa valid up to 1 month at the immigration department in Banjul (fee payable) [6]
 Kenya 3 month visa issued on arrival for US$ 50 [7]
 Madagascar 90-day visa issued on arrival for MGA140,000 [8]
 Morocco 3 months [9]
 Mozambique 30-day visa issued on arrival for US$25 [10]
 Seychelles 1 month [11]
 Tanzania 3 month visa issued on arrival for US$50 [12]
 Togo 7-days visa issued on arrival for XOF35,000 [13]
 Tunisia 3 months [14]
 Uganda 3 month visa issued on arrival for US$50 [15]
 Zambia 3 month visa issued on arrival for US$50 [16]

Americas[edit]

Countries and Territories Conditions of access
 Bahamas 3 months [17]
 Cayman Islands 30 days [18]
 Dominica 21 days [19]
 Dominican Republic 30 day tourist card issued on arrival for $10 [20]
 Ecuador 90 days [21]
 El Salvador 3 months [22]
 Guatemala 3 months [23]
 Haiti 3 months [24]
 Honduras 90 days [25]
 Montserrat 3 months [26]
 Nicaragua 90 day tourist card issued on arrival for $5 [27]
 Saint Kitts and Nevis 3 months [28]
 Saint Lucia 6 week visa issued on arrival for $50} [29]
 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 1 month [30]
 Turks and Caicos Islands 30 days [31]

Asia[edit]

Countries and Territories Conditions of access
 Armenia 120 day visa issued on arrival for AMD 15,000 [32]
 Brunei 14 day visa issued on arrival for B$20 [33]
 Cambodia 30 day visa issued on arrival [34]
 Georgia 360 days [35]
 Hong Kong 1 month [36]
 Indonesia 30 day visa issued on arrival [37]
 Iran 30 day visa issued on arrival [38]
 Iraq 30 day visa issued on arrival [39]
 Jordan 1 month [40]
 Kuwait unlimited access (GCC) [41]
 Laos 30-day visa issued on arrival for US$30 [42]
 Lebanon 3 months [43]
 Macau 30 day visa issued on arrival [44]
 Malaysia 3 months [45]
 Maldives 30 days [46]
   Nepal 60 day visa issued on arrival [47]
 Oman unlimited access (GCC) [48]
 Philippines 21 days [49]
 Qatar unlimited access (GCC) [50]
 Saudi Arabia unlimited access (GCC) [51]
 Singapore 30 days [52]
 South Korea 30 days [53]
 Sri Lanka 30 days (ETA required. cost: US$ 30) [54]
 Thailand 30 days [55]
 Timor-Leste 30-day visa issued upon arrival for US$30 [56]
 Turkey 3 month visa (e-Visa) US$80 [57]
 United Arab Emirates unlimited access (GCC) [58]
 Yemen 3 months [59]

Europe[edit]

Countries and Territories Conditions of access
 Kosovo 90 days [60]

Oceania[edit]

 New Zealand 90 days [61]
 Niue 30 days [62]
 Palau 30 days [63]
 Samoa 60 days [64]
 Tuvalu 1 month [65]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "International Visa Restrictions". Henley and partners. August 2011. Retrieved 11 August 2011.