We all know it is important to travel – you discover new cultures, meet new people, learn about different lifestyles from your own. You discover that there is so much more to the world than your little corner of it. However, although reading a motivational piece of writing on the importance of traveling can inspire most people, for many of us, traveling to far-off countries is not as easy as grabbing your passport and being on the go.

If you have a passport that allows you to freely visit dozens of countries, then you are one of the lucky ones. However, for many others, visiting a foreign country often includes the tedious process of obtaining a visa beforehand.

Luckily, many countries offer visas that you can use to visit multiple other countries: multiple-country visas, in other words.

What Are the Multiple Country Visas?

Here are the visas that allow you to visit multiple other countries:

  • The Schengen Visa.
  • US Tourist Visa.
  • US Green Card.
  • Canada Visa.
  • UK Visa.
  • Central American Single Visa.
  • East African Tourist Visa.
  • KAZA Univisa.

Countries you Can Visit With a Schengen Visa

Naturally, the first on this list is the Schengen Visa.

The Schengen Agreement includes 26 European countries which have abolished visa requirements and border control checks. As such, if you obtain a Schengen visa, you can travel between all the countries included in the Schengen Agreement.

However, many other non-EU countries have also entrusted the Schengen visa screening and will allow you entrance if you have a valid Schengen visa (ie. you still have valid days and entries left on your visa). The non-Schengen countries you can visit with a Schengen visa are:

AlbaniaCroatiaMontenegro
Antigua and BarbudaCyprus*North Macedonia
BelarusGeorgiaRomania
Bosnia and HerzegovinaGibraltarSao Tome and Principe
BulgariaKosovoSerbia
ColombiaMexicoTurkey

*Cyprus is a member of the European Union, but it is not a Schengen Area country

Countries You Can Visit With a US Tourist Visa

The United States of America has one of the strongest passports in the world – and apparently, one of the strongest visas as well. If you have a valid US Tourist Visa, then you can also visit the following countries for short-term stays:

AlbaniaCubaSaudi Arabia
AnguillaGeorgiaSerbia
Antigua and Barbuda*MexicoSouth Korea
BelizeMontenegroThe Dominican Republic
BermudaNorth MacedoniaThe Uk
Bosnia and Herzegovina PanamaTurks and Caicos
British Virgin IslandsQatar
Costa RicaSao Tome and Principe

You can visit several other countries with a US visa, but those are limited depending on your nationality; for example, only Brazilian passport holders can enter Canada with a valid US visa. Also, please keep in mind that you cannot enter Bosnia and Herzegovina with a US tourist visa if you have a passport issued from Kosovo. 

*Visa exemption does not apply if you have a passport issued by Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Cameron, Cuba, Egypt, Gambia, Ghana, Iran, Iraq, Kosovo, Kyrgyzstan, Macedonia, Myanmar, Nepal, Nigeria, Pakistan, Palestine, Senegal, Somalia, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Syria, Uzbekistan or Yemen.

Countries Indian and Chinese passport holders can visit with a US tourist visa

If you have an Indian passport, you can also visit the following countries with a US Tourist Visa:

ArgentinaGuatemalaPhilippines
ArubaHondurasSingapore
BahamasMalaysiaSint Maarten
ChileNicaragua (eligible for Visa On Arrival)Taiwan
ColombiaOmanTurkey
CuraçaoPeruUAE (eligible for Visa On Arrival)
El Salvador  

If you have a Chinese passport, you can also visit the following countries with a US visa:

ArgentinaPhilippinesColombia
PeruChileSint Maarten
ArubaSingaporeCuraçao

Countries You Can Visit With a Green Card

If you have a US Green Card, then you can visit the following countries/territories without a visa:

  • Canada
  • Mexico
  • Costa Rica
  • Georgia
  • The British Virgin Islands
  • Aruba and Curaçao
  • The Balkans
  • Singapore
  • Peru

Read more: Visa Free Countries for Green Card Holders

Countries You Can Visit With a Canada Visa

Having a Canadian Visa not only allows you to visit Canada but also several other countries:

Antigua and BarbudaPanama
MacedoniaDominican Republic
Costa RicaQatar (eligible for eVisa or Visa on Arrival)
MexicoGeorgia
CubaSouth Korea*

*Except for passport holders of Afghanistan, Cuba, Ghana, Iran, Iraq, Kosovo, Macedonia, Nigeria, Palestine, Sudan, Syria and Yemen

If you have a Canada Residence Permit, you can also visit the following countries without a visa:

  • Aruba
  • Bahamas
  • Curaçao
  • Sint Maarten

Countries Indian and Chinese passport holders can visit with a Canada visa

If you have an Indian passport, you can also visit the following countries with a Canada Visa:

El SalvadorOman
Sint MaartenBahamas
GuatemalaPhilippines
PeruSingapore
HondurasTaiwan

If you have a Chinese passport, you can also visit the following countries with a Canada Visa:

  • Aruba
  • Curaçao
  • Sint Maarten
  • Chile
  • Peru
  • Oman
  • Philippines

Countries You Can Visit With a UK Visa

The United Kingdom consists of four countries: England, Scotland, and Wales and Northern Ireland. As such, if you obtain a UK visa, you can visit all four of those countries. However, in addition to them, a UK visa also allows the holder to travel to several other countries not in the UK.

The countries you can visit if you have a valid UK visa are:

AlbaniaCosta RicaPanama
Antigua and BarbudaCubaQatar
ArubaDominican RepublicRomania
BelizeGeorgiaSerbia
BermudaMacedoniaSint Maarten
BonaireMexicoThe British Virgin Islands
Bosnia and HerzegovinaMontenegro 

Countries Indian and Chinese passport holders can visit with a UK visa

If you have an Indian passport, you may also enter the following countries with a UK visa:

  • Bahamas
  • Singapore
  • UAE
  • Aruba
  • Peru
  • Belarus
  • Ireland
  • Turkey
  • Oman
  • Philippines
  • Taiwan

If you have a Chinese passport, you can also enter the following countries with a UK visa:

  • Aruba
  • Peru
  • Belarus
  • Ireland
  • Moldova
  • Oman
  • Cayman Islands

Can you visit Ireland with a UK Visa?

Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland are two different countries, despite the name. While a UK visa allows you to freely enter Northern Ireland, you need a separate visa for the Republic of Ireland. However, you do not need a visa for Ireland if you already have a UK visa and you are from one of the following countries:

BahrainBelarusBosnia and HerzegovinaIndia
KazakhstanKuwaitMontenegroOman
The People’s Republic of ChinaQatarRussian FederationSaudi Arabia
SerbiaThailandTurkeyUkraine
United Arab EmiratesUzbekistan  

For more, see: British-Irish Visa Scheme

Countries You Can Visit With a Central American Single Visa

The Central American Single Visa, which is also known as the Visa Unica Centroamericana, allows the holder to travel between four Central American countries:

  • Guatemala
  • El Salvador
  • Honduras
  • Nicaragua

The visa is valid for up to 90 days.

Countries You Can Visit With an East African Tourist Visa

Kenya, Uganda, and Rwanda have launched a joint tourist visa in an effort to facilitate tourism between the countries. You can use the East African Tourist Visa to visit all three countries for up to 90 days. However, the visa is single-entry and will be invalid once you exit.

The KAZA Univisa

The KAZA Univisa allows the holder to travel between Zambia and Zimbabwe for up to 30 days.

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