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Meghna Paul Jun 02 2014

Suggest a few countries that allow visa free travel from India?

Kanika Nevatia Jun 02 2014
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Want to travel the world? Enjoy visa-free travel from India to the following awesome places! Although there are many countries that allow visa-free travel from India check out these 10 from the lot and plan a hassle-free trip abroad



Nepal

While planning a visa-free trip from India, Nepal seems to be the obvious choice for most of us. Not only is it easy to get there but there is so much to see, do and explore in Nepal. Try your hand at some of the casinos, visit the glorious Buddhist temples or take a trip to the Himalayas and get a glimpse of the mighty Mount Everest. Nepal is also the perfect place for tonnes of cheap shopping.


Photo of Nepal (by mckaysavage)



Bhutan

Bhutan is another neighbouring country that is a favourite among travellers who wish to skip the visa line. It is famous for its breathtaking trek routes and Buddhist monasteries. The lush green landscape is sure to sweep you off your feet. Don’t forget to explore the local markets for some great deals.


Photo of Bhutan (by jadis1958)


Mauritius

White sandy beaches, scrumptious food along with a host of fun activities and watersports are just a few of the exciting things that await you in Mauritius. Choose from one of the exotic beach resorts that the land has to offer and you are sorted. The country allows Indian passport holders visa-free stay for up to 90 days.

Photo of Mauritius (by Julian Mason)


Macau

An upcoming tourist destination, Macau has been in the limelight due to the The Venetian Macao Resort, a property designed to give you the feel of Venice right in the middle of China. From scenic fountains to fabulous shopping hubs and amusement parks, the country has fun-packed options for all ages.



Photo of Macau (by travel oriented)


Jamaica

If you’re planning a short vacation then Jamaica also comes on the list of countries that allow visa free travel from India for upto 10 days.Be blown away by the crystal clear water and serenity of the beaches that this country has to offer. Jamaican nightlife is worth experiencing, so don't forget to carry your favourite dance shoes! Also, don’t forget to try the mouth-watering local Caribbean food.


Photo of Jamaica (by MsMcCarthy Photography)


Fiji

Fiji too grants Indian passport holders a permit to visit the country for a duration of up to 4 months without a visa. Fiji is well-known for its stunning beaches, beautiful warm climate, and relaxed island atmosphere. You won't be able to escape the hospitality of the Fijian people or the sheer natural beauty with the swaying palms and warm, clear water.


Photo of Fiji (by Christian Haugen)


Trinidad and Tobago

Trinidad and Tobago is another country loaded with all the beach fun that you can imagine. Go underwater sea diving and feed the fishes with your hands or simply hire a surfboard and hit the waves. You are bound to fall in love with this place!


Photo of Trinidad and Tobago (by cheesy42)


British Virgin Islands

This cluster of islands are so breathtakingly beautiful that you will never want to leave. Hire a boat and set sail to soak in the nature’s beauty. You could opt for short cruises or indulge in some water sports, depending on your mood. No matter how you decide to spend your time in the British Virgin Islands, you are sure to have an unforgettable experience.


Photo of British Virgin Islands (by CircStock)


Haiti

A vacation to Haiti is what you need if you want a reminder of the simple life. Architectural marvels, serene beaches, pristine churches and beautiful displays of art amidst a friendly atmosphere is what you are in store for here. You can stay in Haiti for upto 90 days visa free if you have an Indian passport.


Photo of Haiti (by Bruno Le Bansais)


Ecuador

If you are planning on travelling to Ecuador, then you would be glad to know that you can stay in the country for up to 90 days without a visa if you hold an Indian passport. With a fabulous climate and the most amazing landscapes, Ecuador is an unforgettable and unique destination. Islands, jungles, mountains and seas--Ecuador has it all.


Photo of Ecuador (by Rinaldo W)

Choose from the list and enjoy visa-free travel from India.


You could check out this compiled list of countries that allow visa free entry for Indian passport holders here.


Keep in mind that visa rules change very often and you should check with the individual country’s consulate before making your reservations. Happy travels!

Thanks for this useful info.....was actually willing to know these!!!! IXIGO reads our mind
Thanks for updating this. It is really helpful -- Read more: http://www.ixigo.com/visa-free-travel-from-india-fq-2013364
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Thanks for updating this. It is really helpful
give detail of flight for Jamaica from india
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Kanika Nevatia Jun 04 2014
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Hey Subhobrata, as you can see, we have only mentioned a few selected places in this listing, Hong Kong has been mentioned in this compiled list of places that allow visa free travel from India.
shouldn't have used the 'stupid' word. Sorry for that! But I do feel that HK should have been included in this list only. No offence to other countries but of all the countries that offers Visa Free Travel for Indians, HK is a class apart! I am a travel writer myself (Elance) and I do feel that people are more interested to go to Macau via HK rather than visit this place as a stand alone destination. Anyway, these are my thoughts only :) A very good article with just one sore point :P
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Stupid Subhobrata Basu! Arrogance is reflected from your words.

Kanika, Liked the article. Thanks for updating us.

Manish
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Thanks for updating with a list that can help plan a travel with less hassles ...
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Rituraj Gogoi Jun 04 2014
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Good compilation of Places to visit in the coming years :) Really Helpful
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Stupid article! Where is Hong Kong?
up your ass
@Malay Srivastava up yours too! But do you even know how to conduct yourself in a social forum?
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Thnku!!!! Nw i gt options fr a much needed vaccation. Vl b plannin fr nxt yr 
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Shouvik Dey Jun 04 2014
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How about Madagascar ?
The current visa rules for Madagascar state that - For short visits (90 days or less), every visitor, regardless of nationality, can obtain a visa upon arrival at the airport in Antananarivo, provided the visitor's passport is valid for at least 6 months beyond the last day of the intended stay in Madagascar, and provided the visitor carries an airline-issued ticket or passenger receipt confirming the visitor's intention to leave Madagascar within 90 days. However visa rules do change from time to time and it is advisable to check with the consulate before you make your reservations.
Hi Kanika, Thanks so much for the reply. Its appreciable. I would also like to enquire if there are any merchant vessels passenger ships from any of port's in India to Madagascar (preferably Tamatave? I have searched online however could not come up with a suitable answer. Please be kind to share the link if there are any. Thanks and regards, Shouvik
Malayasia and Thailand
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Thanks for updating with a list that can help plan a travel with less hassles ...
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Thanks for updating with a list that can help plan a travel with less hassles ...
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Debasish Kundu Jun 04 2014
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very beauti
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Amit Agnihotri Jun 05 2014
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Indonesia - Bali is also offers On Arrival VISA for Indian Passport Travelers.
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MALDIVES?? SRI LANKA???
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MALDIVES?? SRI LANKA???
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Rohit Dhakarey Jul 19 2014
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British Virgin Island are not 'visa free'. Check your facts please.. Even some European nations ( not part of EU) need visa as well for visting BVI..
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Tabao and Jamaica wow ... New places on list but then big problem of veg food there isn't it ????
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