Who wouldn’t like to travel? But some hold back their ultimate dream of travelling thinking about all the troubles they would have to go through during the visa application procedure. Let’s cheer up as we list all the places that you can visit without visas. These are 16 affordable places in the world, which welcome Indian passport holders with their arms wide open:
Located in South Pacific, this archipelago of over 300 islands is famous for its blue lagoons, beaches and activities such as zip-lining and coral diving. Indians can visit Fiji without a visa and stay there for as long as four months.
Hot springs, Trafalgar Falls, botanical gardens and much more awaits you in Dominica. An Indian passport holder can visit this paradise without visa and stay here for 180 days.
Ecuador offers a chance to peek into history and explore the nature. Wild life on the Galápagos Island and the capital, Quito, which boasts 16th and 17th century cathedrals and places are surely going to give you a feel of another world all together.
You can travel to Grenada without a tourist visa for 60 days. Make sure to check the requirements for a transit visa for connecting flights.
Mountains, breathtaking landscapes, beaches in the Pacific ocean, rainforests, coffee farms; this artistic Central American nation boasts a complete holiday package. Indians can avail visa-free holiday for 90 days.
The Las Vegas of Asia, as it is famously known, is dotted with Casinos in all nooks and corners. With the Ruins of St. Paul’s at the heart of the country, Macau is the perfect place to try your luck and revoke your faith. 30 days of visit without a tourist visa is allowed to Indian passport holders.
Hong Kong is a only ferry ride away from Macau. No tourist visa needed to visit the country either. Indians can tour Hong Kong without visa for 14 days.
A heaven in the world, Mauritius is a vacation destination that every Indian traveller must visit once in their lifetime. Indian tourists do not require a visa to take a trip to Mauritius up to 90 days.
Want to travel abroad but not too far from home? Our neighbouring country, Nepal, is the answer. There are no laws restricting Indians from staying in Nepal.
The natural beaches, vibrant architectures and mountains shrouded with clouds are the reasons to visit these twin islands in the Caribbean. Indians can tour this place for 90 days without a visa.
There are a lot of places that offer the luxury of relaxing and soak in the beauties of nature.Trinidad and Tobago, however, also offer an amazing experience at an unusually energetic cultural festival held every year.
Not too far, not too close, at the border of Sikkim lies Bhutan. It is home to Buddhism and offers breathtaking beauty of the Himalayas. The aura and topography of the country will swoon you into a calm state of mind. There are many peaceful resorts to visit for a break from your dull city life.
If you’re crazy about water sports such as scuba diving, surfing, fishing, snorkelling or just enjoying the sights of waterfalls and coral reefs, Micronesia should be on your “must visit” list. The country is a compilation of 600 small islands spread across the western Pacific Ocean. Perhaps, that’s what the word “Micro” in Micronesia stands for. There is quite a lot of history to explore in this area, sunken basalt temples, ancient ruins and burial vaults. Indians can take a trip to Micronesia for 30 days without a visa.
Indian passport holders may travel to St. Vincent and the Grenadines without a visa for 30 days. A few places to visit in the country are La Soufrière, Grenadines and Botanic Gardens. Sailing is a rather important tourist attraction.
This is yet another getaway destination, an island that offers the joy of scuba diving, hiking the trails of active volcanoes, deep sea fishing and kayaking.
A mountainous island in Barcelona that lies in the midst of the Carribbean Sea, it is known for its religious trademark Basilica Montserrat Monastery of The black faced Madonna. The cable car that connects the island to the iconic monastery gives you a birds eye view of the island.