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How To Get Tourist Visa to Armenia for Filipinos [Armenia Visa for Filipinos]

Armenia is a Eurasian country with a charming vibe. Though not a popular or unknown destination for Filipinos, you should put this in your list as it’s easy to enter. You can get an Armenia Visa on Arrival or get an Armenia eVisa before your departure.

*Update as of July 2022: Armenia suspended the Visa on Arrival, Filipinos need to get an eVisa first to travel to Armenia. Check more here.

Armenia Visa on Arrival and Armenia EVisa Guide for Filipinos

Though you will be paying a Visa Fee, it will be worth it as Armenia has three UNESCO World Heritage Sites. It has gorgeous old monasteries, churches, and archaeological sites. It’s a perfect destination if you want a unique travel experience.

Quick Facts About Armenia

  • Armenia was part of the Soviet Republic until 1991
  • It’s a landlocked country surrounded by Turkey, Georgia, Azerbaijan and Iran
  • Armenia is one of the earliest Christian nations in the world. Armenian Orthodox Church, the country’s religion, was through Bartholomew and Thaddeus, two of the 12 apostles
  • The country has its alphabet that was invented in 405 AD by an Armenian linguist, Mesrop Mashtots
  • Cher is part Armenian from her father’s side and also Kim Kardashian through her father, Robert
  • Yerevan, the capital of Armenia, has been lived by people since 4000 BC, it’s one of the oldest inhabited cities in the world
  • Ararat Brandy made from spring water and Armenian white grapes is named after Mt. Ararat which is said to be where Noah’s ark landed after the flooding
  • The eternity sign (sun cross) is Armenia’s national symbol
  • All UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Armenia are Monasteries: Monasteries of Haghpat, Sanahin, and Geghard
  • Though Armenia is landlocked, it has Lake Sevan, a freshwater lake where people enjoy the beach and many recreational activities

Armenia Visa on Arrival for Philippine Passport Holders

Good for: a maximum of 120 days
Entries: Single or Multiple

Where to Get Armenia Visa on Arrival

  • Zvartnots International Airport, Yerevan
  • Shirak Airport, Gyumri
  • Ayrum railway Station (from Georgia)
  • Bagratashen, Tavush (from Georgia)
  • Bavra, Shirak (from Georgia)
  • Gogavan, Lori (from Georgia)
  • Meghri, Syunik (from Iran)

Documents Needed for Armenia Visa on Arrival

  • Valid Passport – more than 6 months
  • Visa Application Form – you can print this ahead or get one at the airport

Armenia Visa on Arrival and Armenia eVisa Guide for Filipinos

  • 3.5 x 4.5 cm photo – recently taken
  • Return or Onward Ticket
  • Hotel or Accommodation Booking
  • Proof of financial means – bank statements and other documents
  • Health (travel) insurance
  • Visa Fee
         – 21 days – USD 6 (AMD 3,000)
    – 120 days – USD 30 (AMD 15,000)

Armenia EVisa for Philippine Passport Holders

Should you not want to queue for a long time, you can get Armenia EVisa 3 days before your arrival

Good for: A Maximum of 120 days
Entries: Single or Multiple
Processing Time: Up to 3 working days

Documents Needed for Armenia EVisa

  • Valid Passport – more than 6 months, scan the bio page
  • 5 x 4.5 cm photo – recently taken, a digital copy
  • Return or Onward Ticket
  • Hotel or Accommodation Booking
  • Credit Card for Visa Fee Payment
    – 21 days – USD 6 (AMD 3,000)
    – 120 days – USD 30 (AMD 15,000)

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How to Get an Armenia EVisa

1. Scan all the documents asked and prepare your credit card details.

2. Go to this website and click Apply for EVisa.

Armenia Visa on Arrival and Armenia eVisa Guide for Filipinos

3. Check your e-mail for the confirmation to continue your application.

4. Type your Passport and personal details.

Armenia Visa on Arrival and Armenia eVisa Guide for Filipinos

5. Upload your picture and the documents needed.

Armenia Visa on Arrival and Armenia eVisa Guide for Filipinos

6. Select how many days you will be staying as well as the purpose of your visit.

Armenia Visa on Arrival and Armenia eVisa Guide for Filipinos

7. Double-check your application and click Submit.

8. Pay the visa fee.

9. Wait for an e-mail with regard to your Armenia EVisa. Print this confirmation.

10. During your arrival in Armenia, present the confirmation with your Passport and documents to the Immigration.


Armenia Visa Extension

If you have fallen in love with the country and wish to stay for a few more days, here’s additional information that may be of help.

Passport and Visa Department of the Police of the Republic of Armenia
13A Mashtots Ave., Yerevan

Visa Extension Fee

Per Day – USD 1 or AMD 500
Maximum of 60 days extension

Armenia Visa on Arrival and Armenia EVisa Guide for Filipinos

Armenia is something you should not miss, especially as it is easy to enter. It will give you a Eurasia feel, in case you aren’t ready for a Schengen visa – document and financial side-wise. Should you want to go there, here are the recommended hostels for your stay. You would surely not regret this!​

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Written by Kach Umandap

Founder of Two Monkeys Travel Group. Since 2013, Kach has visited all the 7 continents (including Antarctica) and 151 countries using her Philippines Passport. In 2016, she bought a sailboat and went on sailing adventures with her two cats - Captain Ahab & Little Zissou in the Caribbean for 2 years. She now lives in Herceg Novi, Montenegro where she's enjoying her expat life and living on a gorgeous Stonehouse. She writes about her experiences traveling as a Filipina traveler with a PHL Passport. Also tips on backpacking trips, luxury hotel experiences, product reviews, sailing & adventure travel.