If you are a savvy traveler, you might want to know how powerful your passport is and what countries allow visa-free travel. Truth is, some passports offer more freedom than others. This is usually ranked depending on the quality of life, investments, and mobility index of a specific country.

Also, not all countries have forgiving rules. If you wish to travel to any of the visa-free countries, make sure to check the entry requirements thoroughly and satisfy them all before packing your bags and heading there.

The world’s strongest passport

According to the Arton Capital’s Passport Index, the United Arab Emirates holds the world’s strongest passport in 2022. It allows visa-free or visa-upon-arrival to 160 destinations, making it the most powerful passport in the world.

Coming in at second place are Sweden, Finland, and Italy, allowing visa-free access to up to 153 destinations to date. A lot of countries have tied for third place, including the Netherlands, Germany, Austria, France, Spain, South Korea, Switzerland, and Portugal, which allow access to 153 countries. The United Kingdom, on the other hand, made it to 5th place,  and the United States on 6th, with 149 destinations allowing visa-free access to its passport holders.

How strong is your passport?

A lot of countries around the world do not offer a passport, that is strong enough to guarantee global mobility and visa-free access to most territories. In some cases, a second passport might be the best solution to this problem. A lot of Caribbean countries offer citizenship where you can obtain a second passport by government donation or real estate investment. These counties are e.g. Antigua and Barbuda, Dominica, Grenada or St Kitts and Nevis. Apart from visa-free mobility, they offer also other benefits like stable ROI on real estate investments or tax optimization. To learn more about the options you can check https://citizen.chestertons.com/caribbean.