Travelling Overseas is a lot of fun but it seems to be a cumbersome and expensive affair. Starting from visa applications to schedule appointment to attending fingerprint and photograph appointment – the process is quite daunting. But if you are an Indian passport holder, just forget all those lengthy visa processes which are required. Did you know that there are more than a couple of dozen amazing countries that Indians can travel without a Visa? Yes, it’s true! Hence, instead of spending time and money to apply visa, better choose your preferred country from the following list of visa-free countries that Indians can travel and go on a hassle-free pocket-friendly Holiday Destination.
List Of Visa Free Countries For Indian Passport Holders:
Bhutan, known as the happiest country in Asia has many breathtaking sites. Visa Free regime exists between Bhutan and India. Indian ordinary passport holders are granted a minimum of 7-days entry permit to visit Bhutan by road/ air. This landlocked country is also one of the budget friendly holiday destinations which can be afforded by middle-class families.
Dominica: It is a mountainous Caribbean island nation with natural hot springs and tropical rainforests. Visa-free stay up to six months for tourism and business.
Hong Kong: Visa-free stay up to 14 days in Hong Kong strictly subject to successfully completing Hong Kong Government mandatory Pre arrival Registration (PAR) online.
Montserrat: Montserrat is a mountainous Caribbean island. Visa is not needed for a period of three months for tourism and business purposes.
Nepal: Nepal is a landlocked country in South Asia situated mainly in the Himalayas. The oldest country in South Asia is the birthplace of Lord Gautam Bhudha. The mountainous country of Nepal is known for the highest mountain in the world, Mt Everest. There’s freedom of movement for Indian citizens.
Niue Island: It is an island country lies in the south pacific ocean and is Visa-free stay up to 30 days.
Saint Vincent & the Grenadines: This country is also simply known as Saint Vincent. Gold, Black and White sand beaches are available in this Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. Visa-free stay up to 30 days.
Jamaica: Jamaica is an island country situated in the Caribbean Sea. Lush mountainous forests and reef-lined coasts are the alluring ones which can feel you more excited apart from other natural and artificial scenic beauties. Before leaving Jamaica, you ought to pay $22 as a departure tax. Indian citizens can stay in Jamaica for up to 30 days without a Visa.
Samoa: This island country consists of two main islands, Savai and Upolu, and another four smaller islands. Visa-free stay up to 90 days.
Senegal: Senegal, situated in South West Africa, has incredible colonial architecture, secluded beaches blessed with world-famous surf breaks, and remote riverine deltas swarming with wildlife. You can stay up to 90 days without a visa.
Maldives: Maldives is not only the smallest country in Asia but also the smallest Muslim country in the World. You can find a wonderful underwater life on this Island. Visa is not required for stay up to 90 days.
Serbia: Serbia is a landlocked country situated at the crossroads of Central and Southeast Europe. You don’t require Visa for stay up to 30 days.
Trinidad & Tobago: It is a dual-island Caribbean nation near Venezuela. Visa is not required for stay up to three months for tourism and business purposes.
Ecuador: The country lies on the Equator in north-western South America, between Peru and Colombia. It is the best place to explore the abundant forests of Amazon, the famous Andean Highlands and the wildlife-rich Galapagos Islands. For Indian nationals, visa is available on arrival for a stay of up to 90 days.
Mauritius: According to World Travel Awards, Mauritius is generally accepted as the best honeymoon destination in the World. You can stay the amazing destination for up to 60 days without Visa.
Hope you should consider witnessing one of the mind-boggling Tourist Destinations cited above once in your lifetime. Kindly drop your valuable comment along with your favourite Visa Free Country.
Disclaimer: This information is sourced from public and external sources as on 14th February, 2020 and we’ll not be responsible for its accuracy. Indian nationals intending to travel abroad are kindly advised to cross-check this information with the Foreign Embassy/Consulate in India or Indian Embassy/Consulate abroad among others.