List of 12 American Countries that Indonesian Citizens Can Visit Without a Visa Lifestyle – 3 hours ago

Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – The end of year holidays are coming soon. For those of you who are planning a holiday at the end of the year, chances are you already have a dream destination you want to visit.

If you have sufficient funds, you might be interested in visiting Latin America, which has not been explored by many Indonesian travelers. Moreover, a number of countries in the region offer free visas for Indonesian passport holders.

The following are 12 countries in America that Indonesian passport holders can visit without a visa.

1. Barbados

Barbados officially became the youngest republic in the world after breaking away from Britain and inaugurating its first president, Dame Sandra Mason, on November 29 2021. Rihanna’s hometown is one of the stunning sea tourism destinations in the Caribbean.

For those of you who love marine ecosystems, Barbados is the right choice because it has more than 60 beaches that are open to the public. One of the popular activities in Barbados is swimming with turtles at Carlisle Bay, Holetown, and Drill Hall Beach.

If the visa-free stay in European countries is only 30 days, you can visit Barbados without a visa with a stay of 90 days or about three months.

2. Bermuda

Bermuda is a visa-free country with no stay time limit for Indonesian passport holders. This country, which is located in the North Atlantic Ocean, has seven main islands and 170 other islands.

The position close to the water makes Bermuda a ‘paradise’ for beach lovers. One of Bermuda’s famous destinations is the pink sands and stunning Cerulean waters.

Apart from natural beauty and attractions, Bermuda also offers various historical sites that can be added to travelers’ tourist lists.

One of the popular historical sites in Bermuda is Fort St. Catherine in St. Petersburg George is a legacy of British colonial rule. Apart from St. Cathering, Bermuda also has Fort Scaur in Sandy Parish and Fort Hamilton which are no less interesting to visit.

3. Brazil

The Christ the Redeemer statue is seen after dark for Earth Hour on March 26, 2023 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.  (AP/Bruna Prado)Photo: The statue of Jesus Christ is seen after dark for Earth Hour on (26/3/2023) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (AP/Bruna Prado)

Brazil is a country in South America that has beautiful cities and amazing natural attractions. The 5th largest country in the world has tropical and subtropical landscapes so it has animal and biological diversity.

For tourists, it’s not a complete holiday in Brazil if you haven’t visited the statue of Jesus the Redeemer in Rio de Janeiro. This 30 meter high statue that stands majestically at the top of Mount Corcovado is one of the destinations that travelers must visit.

For tourists, there are three ways to visit the Statue of Jesus the Redeemer, namely taking a taxi to the Paineiras parking lot on Mount Corcovado and buying an entrance ticket to the statue area, taking a train and car from the foot of Mount Corcovado to the statue area, and climbing from Parque Lage.

Apart from the statue of Jesus the Redeemer, travelers can also choose natural attractions, such as the Amazon region, Santa Catarina Beach, and Iguancu Waterfall.

If you want to go on holiday to Brazil, you don’t need to apply for a visa, you just have to buy a plane ticket and bring a passport with a stay of 30 days.

4. Bolivia

Bolivia is a country with unique geographical conditions because one third of its territory is located in the Andes Mountains. Apart from geography, Bolivia also has a unique animal, namely the Bolivian Bufeo or Bolivian River pink dolphin.

Apart from that, Bolivia also has a popular destination, namely Lake Titicaca. Lake Titicaca is the highest lake in the world and the second largest in South America with a height of 3821 meters above sea level (masl) located on the border of Peru and Bolivia.

If you want to visit Bolivia, you need to have a 90-day Visa on Arrival (VoA). VoA is a temporary entry permit document given by the government of the destination country to foreign citizens who wish to enter their country.

5. Chile

Chile is one of the countries in South America which has the longest coastline in the world, which is around 6,500 km. This country, which directly faces the Pacific Ocean, has amazing natural beauty that would be a shame not to visit.

One of the favorite destinations for travelers visiting Chile is Rapa Nui or Easter Island. For Indonesian netizens, this island which is ‘inhabited’ by 1,000 stone statues may be familiar because it has been adopted as a popular emoji on social media.

In 1995, UNESCO officially named Easter Island a World Heritage Site. Not only Moai statues, Easter Island also has other places that hold magical stories, such as Pu o Hiro or Hiro Trumpet, Batu Orongo Village, and the Navel of the World which is believed to be the starting point of life in the world.

If you want to go on holiday to Chile, you don’t need to apply for a visa, you just have to buy a plane ticket and bring a passport with a 90-day stay.

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Apart from Barbados, Bermuda, Brazil, Bolivia and Chile, there are eight other countries in the Americas that can be visited without a visa. Here’s the list.

1. Dominica

21 days visa free

2. Ecuador

90 days visa free

3. Guyana

30 days visa free

4. Haiti

90 days visa free

5. Colombia

90 days visa free

6. Peru

180 days visa free

7.St. Vincent and the Grenadines

90 days visa free

8. Saint Kitts and Nevis

90 days visa free

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