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Canada passport holders can now enter 186 destinations

According to the Henley Passport Index 2023, Canada is currently the eighth-ranked most powerful passport in the world. Moreover, Canada passport holders can enter a total of 186 destinations, either without a visa, through a visa on arrival, or via an eTA.

The Henley Passport Index is one the most authoritative ranking of all the world’s passports. The firm has been regularly monitoring the world’s most travel-friendly passports since 2006. Moreover, its index is based on data from the International Air Transport Association (IATA). It includes 199 passports and 227 travel destinations. Let’s explore this ranking!

Please note this research process is ongoing throughout the year. The information provided in this article reflects the Henley Passport Index ranking on January 19, 2023.

The most powerful passports in the world

The following ranking of a passport is based on the total number of destinations that the holder can access visa-free.

RankPassportVisa-free score
1Japan, Singapore193
2South Korea192
3Germany, Spain 191
4Finland, Italy, Luxembourg190
5Austria, Denmark, Netherlands, Sweden 189
6France, Ireland, Portugal United Kingdom188
7Belgium, Czech Republic, New Zealand, Norway, Switzerland, United States 187
8Australia, Canada, Greece, Malta 186
9Hungary, Poland 185
10Lithuania, Slovakia184

The top-ranking Japanese passport gives visa-free access to 193 destinations (85% of the world). By contrast, at the bottom of the ranking was the Afghanistan passport. It provides visa-free access to only 12% of the world and less than 1% of global economic output.

Canada’s Historial Ranking

It is important to mention that for some months, in 2022, Canada ranked 7th in most powerful passports of the world.

Canada: free access destinations

Oceania

Middle East

Europe

Caribbean

Asia

Americas

Africa

Note: *visa on arrival, **eTA.  Source: Henley Global

How to get a Canadian passport?

Generally speaking, you only qualify for a passport if you are a Canadian Citizen. However, convention refugees and protected persons in Canada may be eligible for a Travel Document. You can read more about this in the following article:

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