The Dominican passport, among the least powerful in Latin America

The Dominican Republic passport is one of the least powerful in Latin America, allowing entry to only 70 countries without a prior visa. According to the Henley Passport Index 2023, the Dominican passport holds the 76th position out of 199 passports and 227 travel destinations. It ranks as the third weakest passport globally, following Cuba and Haiti.

Dominican passport holders can enter 70 destinations without needing a pre-approved visa, placing it among the three least influential passports in the region, alongside Cuba and Haiti. These two countries allow entry to 63 and 51 destinations respectively.

The group of ten countries with the least powerful passports in Latin America includes Bolivia (80), Ecuador (92), Venezuela (126), Nicaragua (128), Colombia (133), Honduras, and El Salvador, with the latter two permitting entry to 134 destinations each.


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