Most Beautiful Visa-Free Countries For Indians

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In each one of us lies wanderlust, the will to travel and see the world. India is a culturally diverse country where every state has something which makes it stand apart. There are many wonders to behold and unique experience to indulge in, in India. But, every once in a while or at least once, each one wishes to go abroad, venture outside of the country and see and experience other cultures. But reality hits when you have to stand in long queues to acquire a visa to start your adventurous ventures. Here's a list of visa-free countries for Indians to visit!

Here is the list of 58 Most Beautiful Visa-Free Countries For Indians

1. Malaysia - Truly Asia

Malaysia is actually Asia in true sense. The extremely diverse Malaysia is like two countries clubbed into one separated in half by the South China Sea. While one side if Malaysia is a peninsular region which constitutes of the bustling cities, modern towns, colonial buildings, tea plantations; the other side are the widespread jungles. The only thing that unites everything is FOOD!

Visa: eNTRI Visa- 15-day visa-free travel until December 31, 2020
Requirements: Passport with at least 6-month validity
Travel Documents
Travel itinerary
Return flight ticket with E-Ticket number
Hotel reservation or invitation letter from your host
Work or Residence Permit if living abroad

2. Nepal - On Top of the World

Nepal is India's Northern neighbour, and both share a 'special relationship' which allows the citizens of both the country to move freely across the border. One can go to Nepal without any passport or a visa and can stay and work in the country. Being home to the world's highest mountain Mount Everest, Nepal receives a flock of tourists. Nepal is a beautiful country which has landscapes of various elevations and beautiful countryside. The sights are enthralling and so is the culture and as an Indian citizen, you can easily visit this country by air or road. Moreover, if you are a trekking enthusiast, you cannot give Nepal a miss. Being it next to India, this visa-free country for Indians can also be visited via a road trip!

Visa: No Visa
Condition: Indian citizens can work and live in Nepal according to the 1950 Indo-Nepal Treaty of Peace and Friendship.
Requirements:
Indian Nationals must possess any of the following documents:
Passport
Voter ID
Driving License
Ration Card
An ID issued by Embassy of India in Kathmandu.

3. Thailand - The Gateway to Southeast Asia.

This country in South-East Asia is popular for its opulent temples, delicious food, rich cultural heritage and extremely friendly locals. The hospitality of the Thai people is unmatched and this can be seen from every corner of the country. Some of the islands like Koh Samui, Phi Phi and Koh Pha Ngan have also become a tourist hotspot.

Visa: E-visa on arrival
Requirements: Passport with at least 6-months validity,
A digital photo of you taken in the last 3 months,
Your travel dates,
Airline Confirmation,
Accommodation Details,
Credit/debit card or PayPal account for payment

4. Maldives, Maldives - A Tropical Haven For Honeymooners

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Known For : Male Banana Reef Diving in Maldives

This archipelago found in the Indian Ocean south-west of Sri Lanka attracts a large number of travellers because of their white sandy beaches and crystal clear ocean waters.

Visa: Visa on arrival
Conditions: Valid for 30 days. Can be extended to 90 days

Best Time: Mid December to April

View packages starting from ₹ 10,433

5. Cambodia - A Country Rich in Heritage & Natural Beauty

Cambodia is a country steeped in history. In spite of years and years of struggle, the country has emerged today as a nation with an infectious spirit seen in its people and a tourism business that is flourishing. Home of the famous Angkor Wat and numerous other temples, this country is intoxicating in its beauty, to say the least. Apart from the historical and the cultural, Cambodia is also urbane, boasting of beautiful Phnom Penh, the capital and tonnes of restaurants serving delicious cuisine.

Visa: E-Visa
Conditions: Stay valid for 30 days
Applicant Photo, 
Passport Personal Details Scan, 
Last Page of Passport

6. Laos - The Land of Serenity and Bountiful Nature

This South-East Asian country shares a border with Thailand, Vietnam and Myanmar. Known for its spectacular landscape, the country comprises of lofty mountains, lush jungles, glistening rice fields and tea leaves covering the mountain surface. The remote tribal villages, ancient Buddhist caves, rich cultural heritage.

Visa: E-visa
Conditions: Only single entry allowed. One can stay for 30 days after entry
Requirements: Applicant Photo, Passport Personal Details Scan

7. Madagascar

An island found just of the course of south-east Africa. Famous for its towering rainforests and diverse wildlife, make it the perfect destination for wildlife lovers. Its landscape makes it perfect for adventure sports such as hiking, kitesurfing,rock-climbing and kitesurfing.

Visa: Landing Authorization
Conditions: Passport should be valid for at least six months before the date of arrival and should have at least two blank pages. Single entry visa only.
Requirements: A credit/debit card or a PayPal account

8. Kenya - The Country That'll Leave You With Memories For a Lifetime

Best known for the Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya has a rich history and the tribal culture of the capital city is well depicted by the astounding landmarks, attracting vacationers from all across the globe. The perfect blend of people and attractions has the most thrilling national park, beautiful museums and great markets.

Visa: E-visa
Conditions: Visa is valid for 90 days
Requirements: Last Page of Passport, Applicant Photo, Passport Personal Details Scan, Proof of Accommodation, Airline Confirmation

9. Moldova

Found between Romania and Ukraine, this pastoral country has acres of farmlands and a large number of vineyards. Moldova doesn’t get nearly as much attention as the other European countries but it’s rich culture, monasteries, museums and cathedrals make for an interesting travel destination.

Visa: E-visa
Requirements: Applicant Photo, Passport Personal Details Scan, Return Ticket, Proof of Accommodation, Bank Statement, Travel Medical Insurance

10. Myanmar

Formerly known as Burma, Myanmar is a South-East Asian country surrounded by Bangladesh, Thailand and Laos. It’s beautiful Buddhist temples and picturesque lakes make Myanmar a popular tourist destination.

Visa: E-visa
Conditions: single entry with a total of 28 days of stay
Requirements: Passport with at least 6 months of validity, 
A scanned color copy of passport bio page, 
A recent color passport-sized digital photo, 
Credit/debit card or PayPal account for payment

11. Palau

This hidden gem is an archipelago of islands tucked away in the western pacific ocean. This tropical paradise also has many remnants from WWII such as the WWII museum, tanks and an infantry lookout. However it’s cool blue waters, colourful coral reefs and diverse marine species make it a divers delight.

Visa: No visa

12. Rwanda

Referred to as the ‘land of a thousand hills’, Rwanda’s lush green forests are home to a variety of species such as mountain gorillas, chimpanzees, leopards, sunbirds, fish eagles and hippos. This makes Rwanda the perfect spot for nature lovers and bird watchers.

Visa: East Africa E-Visa for Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda
Requirements: Passport Personal Details Scan, Applicant Photo

13. Saint Lucia

This island country is found in the Caribbean is famous for its scenic beauty and unique sulfur springs that are found all over the island.The ‘pitons’ of Saint Lucia which are volcanic rock formation is a UNESCO world heritage site. This humble little island offers amazing scenery and a rich cultural heritage that will stay with you for a lifetime.

Visa: No visa

14. Samoa

Often called the ‘Cradle of Polynesia’, Samoa is a part of the Polynesian islands and is 3 hours away from New Zealand by plane. This gorgeous island is famous for scuba diving, snorkelling and many other adventure sports. The warmth and the generosity of the Samoan people cannot be understated.

Visa: Permit on Arrival
Conditions: Stay is up to 60 days
Requirements: Passport must be valid up to 6 months, 
Blank pages on the passport must be present, 
Passport photo

15. Somalia

Found in East Africa near Ethiopia and Kenya, Somalia has many bustling markets, cathedrals and mosques that make for a memorable trip. ‘The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier’ is another famous tourist attraction which has been around for more than 60 years.

Visa: Visa on arrival
Conditions: Visa issued is valid for 90 days with a maximum stay of 30 days.
Requirements: Passport valid up to 6 months, 1 blank passport page

16. Tanzania - The Canvas of Natural Beauty

Tucked away in South-East Africa with Kenya to it’s north and Mozambique to the south, Tanzania is an absolute paradise for nature lovers. Home to a wide variety of animals such as lions, elephants, rhinos and leopards the Serengeti National Park is frequently visited by a large number of tourists. The famous Kilimanjaro mountain is also found here.

Visa: E-visa
Conditions: the passport must have at least 6 months of validity after the estimated arrival date.
Requirements: A passport-quality photo, A copy of your personal passport details, A copy of your airline ticket

17. Togo

This West African country offers palm-fringed beaches and hiking trails make it the perfect destination for people who love the outdoors. There are many villages that can be visited by tourists which gives people an idea of how they preserve their culture and practices.

Visa: Visa on Arrival

18. East Timor (Timor-Leste)

This South-East Asian island is right beneath Indonesia and is slowly becoming a hub for tourists. It’s beautiful corals and marine mammals make it ideal for scuba diving and snorkelling. Visit the Delli museum and the Timorese Resistance Archive to see how their vibrant culture has withstood the fires of many wars which shows through in the resilience of the people.

Visa: Visa on arrival

19. Tuvalu

Tuvalu consists of 9 islands in the South Pacific which are dotted with coral reefs making it the perfect diving spot. Its waters are home to many turtles and tropical fish. It is one of the most beautiful islands in the world which is often overlooked due to its location.

Visa: Visa on arrival
Conditions: 30 days stay

20. Uganda

Found in East Africa with Kenya to the east and Congo to the west, Uganda is blessed with many rare birds and animals. Kibale National Park in Uganda is home to many animals such as the mountain gorilla, golden monkey, Nile crocodile and the African lion.

Visa: E-visa
Conditions: Valid up to 90 days
Requirements: Last Page of Passport, 
Applicant Photo, 
Passport Personal Details Scan, 
Yellow Fever Vaccination

21. Zambia

Located in southern Africa, sandwiched between Angola and Zimbabwe. Filled with many parks and safari areas Zambia is perfect for wildlife enthusiasts. Its landscape is quite diverse, consisting mainly of meandering rivers, elephant grasslands, rolling hills and majestic waterfalls.

Visa: E-visa
Conditions: Valid for 90 days
Requirements: Applicant Photo, 
Passport Personal Details Scan, 
Proof of Accommodation, 
Airline Confirmation, 
Cover Letter, 
Last Page of Passport

22. Zimbabwe - Your Dose of Adrenaline

It is the country of wonders and known to be every adrenaline junkie's dreamland, this country has a lot to offer. Despite the struggles it has faced, Zimbabwe is still one of the most popular tourist locations in Africa. Zimbabwe proudly displays its rare blend of music, art, and dance. One cannot help being mesmerized by its beautiful landscapes, captivating art, and exotic wildlife.

Visa: E-Visa
Conditions: Valid for 90 days
Requirements: Applicant Photo, Passport Personal Details Scan, Last Page of Passport, Proof of Accommodation, Proof of Residence, Invitation Letter

23. Svalbard

It is a Norwegian archipelago located between Norway and the North Pole. Svalbard is covered in snow through most of the year and is home to the arctic fox and the reindeer. Northern Lights or Aurora Borealis a real visual spectacle is visible from here.

Visa: No visa required

24. Turks and Caicos Islands

It is a cluster of islands found in the Atlantic Ocean and pool in about a million tourists a year. This tropical paradise has a number of caves and great diving spots. Its untouched waters are home to a large number of coral reefs. Its beaches are also famous for kiteboarding, wakeboarding, parasailing, windsurfing and kayaking.

Visa: No visa required for a stay up to 90 days
Requirements: A valid passport, a round trip ticket

25. Serbia

Serbia is a landlocked Balkan country in Central Europe. This unique tourist destination is known for its Mountain ranges, spas and Orthodox monasteries. Belgrade, the capital of Serbia is one of the oldest cities in Europe.

Visa: No Tourist Visa
Requirements: No visas required for visits of up to 30 days, within a period of one year for normal passport holders
No visas required for visits of up to 90 days, for diplomatic and official passport holders

26. Sri Lanka - A Land Like No Other

Sri Lanka is a land of ancient ruins and religious relics, palm-fringed beaches and colourful reefs, balmy rainforests and local legends. Southern India meets Buddhist Asia.

Visa: E-Visa (also, free visa-on-arrival till April 30, 2020)
Conditions: You can get a tourist visa for a short stay in Srilanka. It is generally issued for a maximum period of 30 days.
Requirements: A passport that is valid for a minimum period of 6 months.
Airside transit and exit from Srilanka.
Travel Documents
Proof of sufficient funds for stay
Booking details of the stay

27. Bhutan - The Happiest Country in All of Asia

Bhutan is one of India's neighbours and a country with which we share good relations. It is known for being the pioneers of the concept of Gross National Happiness Index. Bhutan is a beautiful country with a diverse landscape and wildlife. It promotes tourism and welcomes foreigners but also imposes a fee of USD 250 per day which covers the environmental impact tourism has on the country. But for Indians, no such tax is imposed nor do they require any visa. One can travel to Bhutan by their only national airlines Druk Air or by land. The Government of Bhutan is acutely aware of its unique culture and environment and only allows a limited number of tourists to enter the country at a time.

Visa: No Visa
Condition: Seven-day entry-cum-stay permit from the border offices
Requirements:
6-month valid Indian Passport
Two passport-sized photograph
Voter ID
Booking Details of your stay
A copy of marriage certificate for couples

28. Fiji - Under the Trees, Against the Beach

Fiji is a beautiful island country in the South Pacific Ocean and has an abundant amount of flora and fauna. The economy of the nation flourishes, and it has a thriving tourism industry. Fiji has a tropical climate, and the weather remains the same throughout the year. Here, you can take walks on the beaches lined with coconut palm trees and indulge in scuba diving. It is the ideal vacation spot especially for Indians as one doesn't need to procure a visa before going to Fiji. You will be given a visitor permit which is valid up to 4 months as long as you have a valid passport.

Visa: Visa on Arrival
Requirements:
Passport Valid for 6 Months
Two recent passport-sized photographs
Proof of funds such as bank statements
Return or Outbound tickets
Booking Details of your stay
A copy of travel itinerary or ticket

29. Mauritius, Mauritius - Indian Ocean's Island Paradise.

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Known For : Trou Aux Biches Belle Mare Plage Beach Seven Coloured Earth of Chamarel

Mauritius is an island country in the Indian Ocean which was once colonised by the Dutch, French and British. It is a diverse country which is home to people of various ethnicities and religious communities. Mauritius is a beautiful country surrounded by white sandy beaches and one of the world's most extensive coral reefs. It has a tropical climate and is home to rare species of flora and fauna. It is visited by a huge number of tourists to enjoy the natural beauty of the islands. Indians can visit the country without any visa and can stay in the country for a maximum of 60 days.

Visa: Visa on Arrival
Condition: 60 Day Visa on arrival
Requirements:
Booking Details of stay
Sponsor letter
6-month valid Indian Passport
Two recent passport size photo
Confirmed return ticket 60 days Sufficient funds (USD 100 for per day expense)

Best Time: July to October (winter)

View packages starting from ₹ 14,250

30. Dominica, Dominica - Land of Natural Treasures

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Known For : Cabrits National Park Kalinago Barana Aute Trafalgar Falls

Dominica is a Caribbean island country whose economy hugely depends on tourism and agriculture. Dominica is a beautiful tourist destination as it had a diverse landscape consisting of mountains, rainforests, lakes, rivers, national parks and the world's second-largest hot spring, Boiling Lake. You can travel to the country through the air or by road and be a part of their vibrant culture. You can take long walks on the beaches, go on a jungle safari or indulge in hiking. Indians do not require a tourist visa and can stay for a maximum of 90 days.

Visa: No Visa
Conditions: All the citizens of countries that are the contracting parties to the Schengen agreement can stay without a visa for a maximum of 90 days.
Requirements:
Passport
Proof of funds
Confirmed onward and return ticket
Confirmation of stay

Best Time: February to May

31. Jamaica, Jamaica - The Land Rich in History and Natural Beauty

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Known For : Waterfalls Seven Mile Beach Ras Natango Gallery and Garden

Jamaica is another Caribbean island country and also the fourth largest in the Caribbean sea. It has a humid and hot climate which varies as per the elevation. It is home to a variety of flora like rainforests, coral reefs, wetlands, caves, rivers and a diverse fauna like hummingbirds, red-billed streamertails, a freshwater turtle called Jamaican slider, Jamaican Tody, among others. Jamaica is a beautiful tropical country which can be easily visited by Indian citizens. One doesn't require a visa for entering the nation and can stay up to 14 days without one.

Visa: No Visa
Condition: Indian Nationals will not need a visa for stay up to 30 days.
Requirements:
Passport valid for the period of intended stay
Sufficient funds for stay
Confirmed to and fro tickets
Booking Details for the stay

Best Time: November to December

32. Macau, China - Las Vegas of the Far East

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Known For : Senado Square St Paul's Ruins Macau Tower

Macau is a country on the continent of Asia which is equivalent to the Las Vegas of U.S.A. It was once colonised by the Portuguese and today lies in the Chinese sovereign. People visit the autonomous territory of Macau for its luxurious casinos and hotels. It is an urban city with a coastline. The economy of the country depends highly on tourism and gambling. Macau is a place where you can try your luck as there is a multitude of avenues at your disposal. The travel restrictions into the country are very less and Indians can visit visa-free and can stay for a maximum of 30 days in Macau.

Visa: No Visa
Condition: For a stay for more than 14 days, Indians can apply for a visa at the Hong Kong immigration office.
Requirements:
Passport with a minimum of 60 months validity
Return ticket within 14 days out of Hong Kong
Proof of Employment
Booking Details for the stay
International credit and foreign currency

Best Time: Middle of October to December.

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33. Ecuador - The Land of Evolution and Cultural Fiesta

Ecuador is a beautiful country on the South American coast which is home to a Spanish speaking population. It consists of the Pacific coast, and the highlands of the Andes, the rainforests of Amazon and the Island of Galapagos. The climate differs as per the altitude. Ecuador is a natural beauty and houses one of the world's most diverse biodiversity. It is the perfect holiday destination for those who enjoy being in nature. Indian nationals do not need to acquire a visa before a visit to Ecuador. You will be given a tourist permit upon reaching the country which is valid up to 90 days, as long as you have a passport.

Visa: No Visa
Conditions: for a stay more than 90 days, Indian nationals need to apply for Visa depending on the type of stay
Requirements:
Valid passport for more than six months
Medical certificate
Police certificate to show there's no criminal record
Return ticket
Two passport size photographs
For Student Visa- Certificate of course registration and financial evidence sufficient funds

34. Saint Kitts and Nevis - The Islandic Duo

Located in Caribbean Basin, Saint Kitts and Nevis is a sovereign island state. The country consists of two islands of Saint Kitts and Nevis and is quite small with a population of around 54000. Majority of the people live closer to the sea, and a lot of the rainforests are uninhabited. The country is famous for its vibrant music culture like the annual Saint Kitts Music Festival. Tourism is the backbone of the economy, and the government thoroughly promotes it. It is quite easy to acquire citizenship of this island country. Indian citizens do not have to apply for a visa to visit this country.

Visa: No Visa
Conditions: For stay more than 30 days, Indian Nationals need to apply for a visa at the Consulate (consular embassy section or high commission)
Requirements:
6-month valid passport
Proof of sufficient funds for stay
Return ticket
Booking Details for the stay

35. Micronesia - Country of 607 Islands

Micronesia is a sovereign island country located in the Pacific Ocean which is administered by the United States. Micronesia consists of various small islands which are not developed. It is a remote country, but it is also has a lot of unexploited natural beauty. You can quickly reach the nation by air. Micronesia has an English speaking population and a unique culture. As an Indian national, you can visit the country easily without a visa and can stay up to 30 days as long as they have a valid passport.

Visa: No Visa
Conditions: Visa is not required for a minimum stay of 30 days which can be extended to 60 days.
Requirements:
A valid passport and other travel document issued by the government that is valid for 120 days or above.
A proof of sufficient funds to cover their stay
Booking details of Stay
Return tickets

36. Vanuatu - A Packet of Unexpected Things

Vanuatu, located in the South Pacific Ocean is an independent island nation. It consists of many islands, mostly of volcanic origin. There are many active volcanoes on the island and is home to the animal flying fox. The weather here usually remains hot, and it rains here often. Tourism is a vital source of foreign exchange for the country, and the government promotes it. The country has a diverse culture and a beautiful and serene atmosphere where you can explore the marine life, go for hikes through the forests, or enjoy the music culture of the country. Indians are exempted from a visa and can stay up to a maximum of 30 days.

Visa: No Visa
Conditions: For a stay of up to 30 days, Visa isn't required. You can apply for the visa if you want your stay extended.
Requirements:
A passport valid for 6 months
Proof of sufficient funds for stay
Return tickets
Other travel or government documents.

37. El Salvador - Country of Nights & Beaches

El Salvador is a country in Central America that's quite densely populated. The country is inhabited by many volcanoes and has a tropical climate. El Salvador's economy depends highly on tourism, and it is visited mainly for its nightlife and beaches. Surfing is also quite popular among the tourists. El Salvador is an urbanised nation where the official language is Spanish. Indian citizens travelling to this country do not need a visa.

Visa: Visa on Arrival
Conditions: Tourists can apply for Visa at their arrival and can obtain a tourist card with three months of validity.
Requirements:
Valid passport for at least six months validity
An application form that's completed and signed
Two passports sized photographs
Copy of return ticket and itinerary
Proof of sufficient funds for stay

38. Singapore - The Quintessential Cosmopolitan

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Known For : Sentosa Island Gardens by the Bay Universal Studios Singapore

Representing the spirit of modern Asia, Singapore is a small and progressive island-nation. It is both a city and a country located in Southeast Asia. In Singapore, one can witness the vibrant fusion of cultures, ethnicity, communities and most importantly, people. The place is a complete package full of excitement, surprises and charm, especially for the first time visitors.

Visa: E-Visa
Conditions: Indian Nationals with a passport can apply for Singapore tourist visa that allows a stay for a maximum of 30 days. They need to have a Visa before their arrival.
Requirements:
6-month valid passport with a minimum of two blank pages.
Duly filled visa application and form
Confirmed return tickets
Two recent passport size photographs
A covering letter with details of traveller.
Sufficient funds for stay - Original Bank statements.

Best Time: January to November

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39. Turkey - A Land of Culture with Modern Twist

Settled on the border of Asia and Europe, Turkey is an archive of Islamic Middle East impact and the influence of Christian European West. Turkey at present represents a modern and westernised culture that exists along with its more exotic and esoteric side hidden from the outside world. Explore the dual sides of the country with the natural panoramic landscape, historic places, fertile valleys, huge mountain ranges, rugged coastline and quaint villages. The capital city of Istanbul is the heartbeat of the country buzzing with cafes, bustling bazaars, the aroma of spices, enchanting belly dancers, nightclubs and hammams.

Visa: E-Visa
Conditions: Indians can apply for E-visa if they are passport holders with a valid visa or resident permit from UK/US/Schengen/Ireland states.
Requirements:
A 6-month valid passport and other travel documents
Return ticket
Booking details of the stay
Sufficient funds at least USD 50 per day.

40. Oman - Gateway to the Charming Arab World

Oman is an Arab country located on the southeastern coast of the Arabian Peninsula. Though there is no diversity in religion here, you will find a variety of tranquil landscapes and sceneries. The beauty of beaches, the history and intricate designs of forts, the lush green mountains, unique wildlife and endless deserts will give you a shot in the arm. You will find local bazaars or souks thrust with handicrafts and the most famous item of Oman-frankincense. Cleanliness along with strict laws will blow away your mind. Kind-hearted, helpful and law-abiding people add up to make this country a must-visit place.

Visa: Visa on arrival
Conditions: Visa will be provided on Arrival to Indian Nationals. Oman Visa will be granted to those who reside in or hold an entry to US/ UK/ Canada/ Australia/ Japan or any of Schengen nations. Oman Tourism has also granted an exemption to the spouse/children of the Visa holder who can avail the visa if they are accompanying the visa holder even if they don't hold a visa to any of the above-mentioned countries.
Requirements:
A 6 months valid passport
A confirmed ticket and hotel accommodation
A scanned copy of a coloured photograph

41. Grenada - The Spice Island

Located in the Carribean Sea as part of the West Indies, Grenada is popularly known as the land of spices. An island towards the end of a chain of six other islands called the Grenadines, Grenada Island has a volcanic-based surface. Rich in soil fertility, the island is mostly humid during monsoons and is more relaxed during the drier seasons; when rainfall drastically decreases. 

Visa: No visa for stay up to 90 days.
Requirements:
Valid passport for six months from the day of departure.
A minimum of one blank page for passport stamping.
Round-trip air ticket.
Yellow fever certificates (certifying vaccination)

42. Haiti - The Former Pearl of the Antilles

Formerly known as Hayti and officially called the ‘Republic of Haiti’, Haiti is the second most populated island of the Great Antilles, one of the significant Caribbean archipelagos. Prone to natural calamities, this highly mountainous island adorns the typical equatorial climate; hot and humid through most of the year. The island receives major rainfall in two cycles; April to June and October to November. 

Visa: No Visa for stay up to 90 days 
Requirements: (For nationals exempted from visa requirements)
Six-month valid passport
Tourist fee of USD 10 to be paid at the airport.
Requirements for visa nationals:
Filled and attested application form
Two passport size colour photos
Valid passport
Photocopy of round-trip air tickets or booking confirmation
Letter from the traveller’s present employer
Explanation letter regarding the reason and duration of stay, with references in Haiti
Name, address and telephone number of the residence or hotel the traveller would be staying or that of a friend or a family member.
Tourist fee would be USD 25
This one-time valid visa is valid for three months.

43. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines - The Anglo-Caribbean Island

With a past colonial history, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is now popularly known as Saint Vincent for short. It occupies the southern part of the Lesser Antilles, a portion of the Caribbean which bleeds into South America. The island on the whole consists of 32 other smaller islands, forming the Anglo-Caribbean country. As a result of two major volcanic mountains, the island is rich in fertile soil embedded on volcanic ash and remains. The dry season is usually between January and May, with monsoons from June to December. 

Visa: No Visa required for a stay of up to 30 days.
Requirements:
Valid passport for six months from the date of arrival
Import licenses for any food imports
Yellow fever certificate
Departure tax

44. Seychelles, Seychelles - The Honeymoon Paradise

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Known For : Mahe, Seychelles La Digue Island Praslin Island

This smallest populated country but a group of over 100 islands within the African archipelago across the Indian Ocean, Seychelles is officially called the “Republic of Seychelles”. A member of the African Union, the more substantial portion of Seychelles is uninhabited and expanded with nature and her resources. Although sultry in climate, prominent parts of the islands are known to be tropical rainforests. Increased humidity is felt between December and April with March and April as the torrid months.

Visa: No Visa
Condition: No entry for Kosovo passport holders
Requirements:
Visitor’s permit
Valid passport from the period of arrival to departure
Minimum of 1 blank page for passport stamping
Valid round-trip air tickets
Yellow fever certificate, if coming from a prone country

Best Time: April to May, September to October

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45. Senegal - Land of the Pink Lake

This West African country is the hub for some of Africa’s most beautiful landscapes and touristy elements. Some of which are the pink lake, stargazing through the desert, the island of shells and much more. Towards the west of the African continent, the weather in Senegal is typically tropical; also known as Sahelian weather. The least temperature drops to 18 degrees and the highest shoots up to 30 and 32 degrees. Indians can stay in Senegal for up to 90 days without a visa.

Visa: No visa
Requirements:
Valid passport for at least six months from the date of arrival
A minimum of two blank pages for passport stamping
Valid round-trip air tickets including payment

46. Mauritania

This country is located in North-west Africa near Mali and Algeria. Its rich history is preserved in its monuments and ruins. Desert safaris, hiking, kite-surfing and fishing are some of the popular tourist activities.

Visa: Visa on Arrival

47. Trinidad and Tobago - The Twins of the South

The twin-island country of South West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago, formally known as the “The Republic of Trinidad and Tobago” is situated towards the south of Grenada. Famous for its forms of music and festivities; one of which is Diwali, these twin islands see tropical weather for most of the year. Most of the traditions in the island overlap with that of India, such as temples, Hinduism, Hindu festivals etc.

Visa: No visa
Requirements:
A six-month valid passport from the date of arrival to departure
Valid round-trip tickets
Adequate health or medical insurances
Sufficient funds to support the stay

48. Montserrat - Emerald Isle

Located in the Caribbean, Monserrat is another significant part of the Lesser Antilles. Damaged by massive volcanic eruptions nearly 25 years ago, this emerald isle has been back in the game only in recent years. Prone to hurricanes, the island adorns an equatorial climate, with lowest temperatures touching around 21 degrees and highest soaring as high as 30 degrees. As part of the territories subjected British jurisdiction, North American culture has had a significant influence on Montserrat.

Visa: No visa requirement for stay up to 180 days
Condition: 14 days of stay allowed in case of passport absence
Requirements:
Valid passport from time of arrival to departure
Minimum of one blank page for passport stamping
Valid round-trip tickets

49. Bahrain - Concoction of liberalism, diversity and prosperity

4.5 /5

Bahrain is a nation in Arabian Gulf comprising of 30 islands. Geographically, Bahrain is a flat and arid archipelago. The country has rich trading history, therefore, has a large number of archaeological sites and tourist attractions. Manama, the capital of Bahrain was chosen as the Arab Capital of Culture in 2012 and Capital of Arab Tourism in 2013 by the Arab League.

Visa: E-Visa
Requirements: A photocopy of the photo page of the applicant's passport.
Indian passport holders must additionally supply a copy of the passport's last page,
A copy of a return air ticket, A copy of your hotel booking in Bahrain,
A copy of a stamped bank statement under the visitor's name dated within the past three months with an ending balance of no less than the equivalent of 800 USD.

Best Time: December to March

50. Cape Verde

Cape Verde is a volcanic archipelago in the North-Western coast of Africa and is known for its mixed Creole Portuguese-African culture. Cape Verde offers a pleasant climate with sunshine for the maximum time of the year. Adventure activities like diving, windsurfing, sailing and trekking are very popular among tourists.

Visa: Visa on arrival
Conditions: Single entry and a maximum of 30 days stay
Requirements: A current valid passport,
Your travel dates,
A credit/debit card or a Paypal account

51. Comoros

Comoros in a volcanic archipelago in the Eastern Coast of Africa. Comoros has a number of picturesque beaches and mountain sceneries but the tourism industry faces competition from Mauritius, Seychelles and Réunion.

Visa: Visa on arrival
Requirements: a valid passport that does not expire for at least 6 months beyond your date of arrival

52. Ivory Coast (Cote d’Ivoire)

Ivory Coast or Cote d’Ivoire is a Western-African country with aa rich French colonial history. The country has beautiful beaches and rainforests. There are some hiking trails in Banko National Park which is a preserved rainforest. Photo safaris are very popular in the forests of Ivory Coast.

Visa: E-visa
Conditions: Multiple entries, maximum of 30 days stay
Requirements: Passport Personal Details Scan,
Return Ticket,
Proof of Accommodation

53. Djibouti

Djibouti is located in the horn of Africa and shares borders with Ethiopia, Somalia and Eritrea. The language spoken is French, Arabic, Somali and Afar. Lake Assal, the lowest point on earth is located in this small country. The country offers diverse landscapes including salt lakes, extinct volcanoes, huge canyons and sunken plains.

Visa: E-visa
Conditions: Single entry, up to 90 days of stay
Requirements: Applicant Photo, Passport Personal Details Scan, Airline Confirmation, Proof of Accommodation

54. Ethiopia

Ethiopia is a land-locked country located in the horn of Africa. Ethiopia has a rich history with archaeological finds that date back to more than 3 million years! Ethiopia had escaped "scramble for Africa" and is said to have retained its cultural identity. Ethiopia is a popular adventure trip and trekking destination. The country has 9 of UNESCO's World Heritage Sites.

Visa: E-visa
Requirements: Applicant Photo, Passport Personal Details Scan, Last Page of Passport

55. Gabon

Gabon lies on the western coast of central Africa. 11.25% of the country's land is preserved as national parkland. Gabon offers a variety of landscapes from white-sand beaches to rainforests to savannas. You may even find hippopotamuses play on the beaches!

Visa: E-visa
Conditions: Visa valid till 30 days of arrival
Requirements: Applicant Photo, Passport Personal Details Scan

56. Georgia

This former Soviet-Republic lies in the intersection of Europe and Asia. From Caucasus Mountain villages to Black Sea beaches, Georgia offers diverse landscapes. Other than that, the winemaking industry in Georgia dates back to 8000 years! Georgia is a favourite destination for history and nature lovers.

Visa: E-visa
Conditions: Multiple entries, valid till 30 days per entry
Requirements: Copy of passport personal details, Passport photo, Accommodation details, Your travel dates, Credit/debit card or PayPal Account

57. Indonesia - Where Culture Meets Nature

Indonesia is a kaleidoscope of taste, sight, sound, and smells bottled up in the world's largest archipelago. Spread out over a mind-boggling 17,000 islands, the country offers a vast melange of experiences begging to be sampled by visitors from across the world. Ranging from the smouldering volcanoes of central Java to the verdant expanses of Bali's rice terraces, from Jakarta's sprawling luxury malls to the untouched marine biosphere of Rajah Ampat and the lush rainforests of Borneo, Indonesia is ripe for adventure for the eager tourist.

Visa: Visa on arrival
Requirements: A valid passport that does not expire for another 6 months from the date of your arrival, Return Tickets

58. Jordan - The Land of Mesmerizing Beauty

Jordan is the Arabic nation that lies on the Eastern bank of the Jordan River. Jordan shares its bores with Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Syria, Israel and Palestine. Jordan is home to various ancient and religious sites. Go for the spectacular dead sea, historic and desert landscapes and warm hospitality of the people.

Visa: Jordan Pass
Conditions: Single Entry, Maximum stay is up to 30 days
Requirements: A credit/debit card or a PayPal account, a valid passport with at least 6 months validity

As an Indian national, one has visa-free access to these countries, thus granting one a lot of freedom to travel and see the world. Some of the most beautiful and culturally different visa-free countries for Indians have been mentioned above which are worth adding to your bucket list.

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