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Saudi Arabia’s E-Visa Access Expanded to Three Additional Countries

Barbados, the Commonwealth of the Bahamas and Grenada have joined 66 others on the list of eligible countries.

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Saudi Arabia’s E-Visa Access Expanded to Three Additional Countries

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has expanded its e-visa accessibility to include citizens from three more countries: Barbados, the Commonwealth of the Bahamas and Grenada. These three nations have joined the 66 other countries with e-visa access to the kingdom. Citizens of these countries are eligible to apply for their visas online before travel, as opposed to being required to obtain one on arrival at Saudi entry points.

This comes after Albania, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Maldives, South Africa, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan were added to the list in August 2023, and Türkiye, Thailand, Panama, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Seychelles and Mauritius were added in October 2023.

The consecutive expansions are part of the Ministry of Tourism’s Vision 2030 plans to enhance the Kingdom’s global connectivity, boost tourism by 10% and create one million jobs.

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