16 Great Places Where Indians Can Travel To Without Visa!!

16 Great Places Where Indians Can Travel To Without Visa Hassles!


Every time you plan to go abroad for a trip, you are stuck with Visa issues. So many proofs, documents and expenses to get that one stamp and after all that effort, you are not even sure that the trip is worth it. Even if you go through a trip agent, you will find yourself at the Xerox, more often than you wish to. so next trip you plan, we suggest you check these top notch places where Indians can travel to without Visa hassles:

1. Jamaica


Home to the famous, Bob Marley, this crown jewel of the Caribbean is a must visit place for all the island lovers. It makes you feel that this is the island to be stranded on if that day ever came. The green landscapes, soft sandy beaches and majestic mountains, all of them creating blissful music.

Visa not required for Indian nationals.

2. Fiji

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Fiji is another beach option for the avid travelers. It’s underwater view is surreal and some of the best dives in the Pacific are available here. It’s an archipelago of more than 300 islands, so you have a lot of activities to catch up on if you are able to get away from the mesmerizing beach.

Fiji tourist visa is not required for citizens of India for a stay up to 120 days.

3. Indonesia

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If islands are on your mind, then do not forget the nearest and our dear Asian sister, Indonesia. A beautiful place that has amazing delicacies to indulge in is a must-visit place. Do check out the Komodo dragons and dolphins while you are there.

Visa on arrival for a maximum length of stay of 30 days and can be extended for another 30 days.

4. Jordan

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An Arab nation on the east bank of the Jordan River, which is defined by ancient monuments, nature reserves and seaside resorts is a middle eastern gem. It’s home to the famed archaeological site of Petra and host to many trade shows. A place for all history buffs.

Visa on arrival for a maximum length of stay of 30 days.

5. Macau

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If you follow the IIFA awards, you may have heard about this place already. Anyhow, for those who don’t know, Macau falls under the special administrative region of China. This is one of the world’s richest cities and is known as the ‘Las Vegas of Asia’.

Tourist visa is not required for citizens of India for a stay up to 30 days.

6. Maldives

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The latest choice for all the honeymooners and beach bums from India is Maldives. It is one of the luxurious options where you are pampered regardless of whether you are inside the water or above or just relaxing on any of the 1200 beaches which are very much alike.

Visa on arrival for a max. stay of 90 days Indian nationals.

7. Nepal

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Before you decide to go to another continent or travel a lot, visit our sweet neighbour Nepal. As such, this place is must visit to enjoy the glory of the Himalayas and partake in numerous adventure sports that are available here. Also one will thoroughly enjoy the culture.

Visa not required for Indian nationals.

8. Kenya

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Moving to the most unexplored continent and our dear cricket buddies, Africa for a different kind of trip. There are many places to visit, but we suggest you start with Kenya. For it’s savannah, lakelands, the Great Rift Valley, mountain highlands and abundant wildlife such as lions, elephants and rhinos will take your breath away.

Visa on arrival for a max. stay of 90 days Indian nationals.

9. Madagascar

This place is quite different from how you may remember the movie makes it sound. Of course it a home to a lot of species, but the movie you would experience here will be worth every penny. Nature and outdoor lovers will find lemurs, rainforest, beaches, desert, diving and treks as good enough reasons to visit this place.

Visa can be obtained on arrival for a max. stay of 90 days

10. Mauritius

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A Honeymooner central, this place will make you fall in love the idea of love. If not, take you to a whole new level of bliss where all you need is warmth of the nature. there are historical sites and magnificent lagoons to make your jaw drop in awe.

Mauritius tourist visa is not required for citizens of India for a stay up to 60 days.

11. Thailand

Exotic, tropical, cultured are some of the many awesome ways to describe Thailand. But for most of us this land is not new and would definitely be on our bucket list. One must surely try the local cuisine as it really lip smacking.

Visa can be obtained on arrival for a max. stay of 15 days.

12. Bhutan

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Our Buddhist neighbour on the Himalayas’ eastern edge, is a land where one should go just to reminiscence the beauty of culture. It also has plains, steep mountains and dense valleys to explore. In the High Himalayas, peaks such as 7,326m Jomolhari are a destination for serious trekkers.

Bhutan tourist visa is not required for citizens of India for a stay up to 14 days.

13. Hongkong

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Another place that falls under the special administrative region of China is Hong Kong. If you just go for experiencing a rich town and some delicious food, then this is the place for you.

Tourist visa is not required for citizens of India for a stay up to 14 days.

14. Cape Verde

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It is an island country spanning an archipelago of 10 volcanic islands in the central Atlantic Ocean. It has many beaches which are kick-off points for windsports and diving among shipwrecks. It has a great blend of history, nature and adventure, one seeks for in a good vacation.

Visa on arrival.

15. British Virgin Islands

No longer a virgin to tourists, this place is a part of a volcanic archipelago in the Caribbean off the coast of Puerto Rico. With consistent trade winds and currents, protected bays and unique pirate-ship bars, this is one of the world’s sailing hot spots.

Visa not required for 30 days.

16. Bahrain Grand-Prix Only

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Now this place, generally needs a visa for a visit which is not that difficult to get if you are being sponsored. However if you are crazy about racing, you should go here for maddening event that they host every year. You can check the nearby beaches and islands whilst on the grand pri tour.

Visa on arrival during grand prix only.

So, where are you headed, now that obtaining visa to these place is child’s play!?

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