Easy Tourist Visa Travel

Top 7 Easy Tourist Visa Country you can Travel


The working-class man today has a lot on his plate to keep him busy. This constant work creates a lot of stress which can become the root cause for many future diseases and problems. Sometimes what they need is to unplug from their daily lives and travel to a new and unknown location.

Travelling is one of the greatest extracurricular activity which can be enjoyed alone or as part of a group. You can go for adventures by traveling to the wilderness in the form of camping or travel to a completely new country and immerse yourself in the new culture and people. Travelling is about having a change of scenery and exploring all that the world has to offer to you. 

Even though tourism is a booming industry, the recent unrest among various nations and radical groups has caused many countries to tighten up their visa acquiring methods,  whether is post work Visa or for tourism. However, there are those who have been able to maintain a more lenient travel visa process in today’s time. Following is a loss of seven countries worth traveling to who are known to have easy tourism visa process.

  • Ireland

The country which is home to leprechauns dressed in green protecting their pot of gold, the Republic of Ireland is an island nation found in the North Atlantic. Not only is the country full monuments and castle for the visitors to explore but it has also been recently listed as the most tourist-friendly nation in the world. As tourism makes up an influential part of the countries economy, the government of Ireland has considerably easy visa laws. The main cities which can be visited in Ireland are Dublin, Cork, and Galway. The coastline of the island nation is peppered with many resorts which one can relax in. If you are in for a little more authenticity, one can easily rent out a cottage in one of the local villages. 

  • New Zealand

Off the coast of the largest island nation of Australia is an archipelago called New Zealand. The landmass of New Zealand is divided into two simple subsections; North Island and South Island. The nation, though small in size, has been able to hold its own amongst other developed nations with respect to the quality of life, education, and freedom of citizens. The country considers international tourism as one of its significant sources of income. The cities which are famous among tourists are Auckland, Christchurch, Queenstown, Rotorua, and Wellington. Some of the famous places to visit are the Bay of Islands, Waitomo Caves, Milford Sound, and Aoraki/Mount Cook. Many travels to the country to lose themselves in the rich Maori culture. If lucky, one will be able to see a group of Maori performing the Haka, a warrior dance. As an island nation, the country is famous for many water-related activities. The country sees much of its tourism from August to December from natives of northern hemisphere countries trying to flee the heat.  

  • Costa Rica

Costa Rica is a country located in Central America. If one looks at the map, it can be found in that slim region connecting Northern and Southern America, sandwiched between Nicaragua to the North and Panama to the South. Though the Central and Southern American countries have had a bad run in recent years, Costa Rica has been able to hold it own by being one of the longest-lasting democracies in the region and having a large educated workforce. The country is one of the fastest growing economies and one of the key revenue sectors, other than trade, is tourism. One of the main reasons for the rise of tourism in the country is credited to its well-developed system of national parks and protected areas. The Caribbean Sea and the Pacific are great for water sports enthusiasts.  

  • Singapore

The Republic of Singapore is an island city-state in Southeast Asia and is one of the smallest countries by land mass in the Southeast Asian region. The country is one of the most developed countries in the world, and it was able to achieve a developed status in a short period of time when under the direction of founding Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew. Though a small one, it is one of the most accomplished having become one of the most competitive economies, above countries like the USA and Hong Kong. It has also been named as one of the safest countries in the world, making it perfect for tourism. The center for tourism in Singapore revolves around Orchard Road which includes attractions like Singapore Zoo, River Safari and Night Safari. For bird enthusiast, the Jurong Bird Park is a great place to visit. 

  • Canada

Canada is the northernmost country which makes up one-third of North America. It is the home of ice hockey and maple leaf and is considered to be one of the most immigration friendly nations in the world. Though the early settlers were primarily Caucasian, the demographics today has become very diverse. This diversity and easy visa laws have made it Canada a huge tourist attraction. Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver are few of the cities which are frequented by tourists. Some of the main attractions that the tourists come to see are the Niagara Falls, Canadian Rockies and some the local national parks. In the winter the lovers of snow sports can come and enjoy the fresh layer of snow.  

  • Spain

Spain, or the Kingdom of Spain as it is officially called, is situated in the European continent. It is part of the European Union and is one of the countries in the union which sees a large amount of tourism. A large amount of tourist attraction is attributed to the vibrant city life, rich culture, and history which can be traced back till the conquistadors. As a peninsula, there are great beaches surrounding the country like Costa Brava, Costa Daurada, Costa Blanca, Costa Calida and much more. Madrid and Barcelona are the most visited cities in the country.

  • Svalbard, Norway

Svalbard is an archipelago, part of the Norwegian nation, situated in the Arctic Ocean. Svalbard is home to Ny-Alesund, which is the northernmost settlement in the world which is currently known to have a permanent civilian population. Other than Ny-Alesund, visitors can visit towns like Barentsburg, Longyearbyen, and Sveagruva. Other than the enjoying the calming effect of the frigid country, you can go and explore the old abandoned mine systems. 

 

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Abhyank Srinet holds a Masters in Management degree from ESCP Europe & has an engineering degree with a specialization in Instrumentation & Control. His interest in the digital landscape motivated him to create an online start up for Masters in Management application consulting (MiM-Essay.com), focused on spreading quality information about the MiM degree & performing application consulting services for clients. He is the chief consultant of the company and takes care of Business Development and Digital Marketing side of the company. He is very passionate about writing and marketing.

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