The Henley Passport Index website provides comprehensive, printable lists of the countries you can access visa-free, with an electronic visa (e-Visa), with a visa on arrival, or with a normal visa. It also allows you to compare the strength of passports and understand how you might improve your travel freedom with alternative citizenship.
As the world economy has become increasingly globalized, the need for greater visa-free access has grown steadily. Across the economic spectrum, individuals want to transcend the constraints imposed on them by their country of origin and access business, financial, career, and lifestyle opportunities on a global scale.
South Africa was ranked 51 out of 104 countries, tied with Belize. Both countries have 100 countries accessible visa free or upon arrival. With 189 countries accessible, Japan, Singapore, and South Korea all hold the top spot on the list. Germany (188 countries and Denmark (187 countries) taking second and third respectively. At 150 countries, the Seychelles is the African country with the most accessible destinations.
These are the international locations South Africans can visit visa-free.
|Antigua and Barbuda||Fiji||Malaysia||Singapore|
|Bahamas||Georgia||Micronesia||St Kitts and Nevis|
|Belize||Guyana||Montserrat||St Vincent and Grenadines|
|British Virgin Islands||Honduras||Nicaragua||Tanzania|
|Cayman Islands||Indonesia||Palestine||Trinidad and Tobago|
|Cook Islands||Israel||Paraguay||Turks and Caicos Islands|
These are the international locations South Africans can visit with a visa upon arrival:
|Benin||Ghana||Marshall Islands||Sri Lanka|
|Cape Verde||Jordan||Palau Islands||Timor-Leste|
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