Most countries allow visitors to stay as tourists for up to one to three months. As long as you can prove that you have sufficient funds, you might be able to extend your stay. Some countries require an extension every month, others only every three months. Except for a few retirement havens, such as Central America and the Caribbean, most countries have strict laws about how long foreigners can stay in their country as tourists, rarely allowing stays over six months. Does that still work today? In this video, Andrew shares his thoughts on what you should know about tourist visas for living abroad alone.