CHANGE YOUR VISA IN ARMENIA WITH A FREE HOTEL STAY!
Armenia has been a hot travel destination consecutively and has been considered to be a country with fascinating cultures and intriguing historical sculptures that has got it on the radar of the tourists.
Offering a tourist visa on arrival for UAE residents, travelers here have a chance to witness a land that is the birthplace of one of the strongest religions of the world, the Christianity. At every nook and corner, you’ll find folktales and delicious food that will add on to the bonus of your trip.
But, this country is not only a major player as a holiday destination, it’s quite a popular chic for being a UAE visa change destination. Known as a fact to the world, Armenia is a backpacker’s destination that also calls out for some luxury which is why it’s getting expensive.
To save you a world of unnecessary pains, especially during your visa change, Pinoy Tourism offers you a FREE hotel stay for as long as you don’t get your visa. Yes, it’s true! You get a chance to stay for free at a luxury hostel while booking a visa change to Armenia.
Visa changes could be tiresome and long-running and paying for the hotel room rates can end up leaving you with no money in hand. So, why not save on your accommodation and have a quick staycation along with a new UAE visa in hand.
#TravelTip: Armenia is visa on arrival for Philippines passport holders.
So, here’s what you need to know:
- Book your flights to Armenia via Air Arabia or Fly Dubai.
- Get your FREE hotel stay reservation.
- Exit UAE, and send your exit stamp.
- Arrive at Armenia and pay for your visa on arrival (AED 25).
- Meet your airport representative and transfer to the hotel.
- Check-in at the hotel and relax. (Choose a city tour).
- Return back to UAE, once your visa is approved.
Reminder: Do not forget to carry all your required travel documents including passports, confirmed flight tickets and hotel bookings, cancellation papers, if any, overstay fines, and return ticket to Manila or your home country city.
Remember, exiting can be a challenge if you’re not carrying the right documents and could lead to refusal of entry.