Islands Indians Can Travel To Without Visa

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Islands Indians Can Travel To Without Visa

Visas are always a hassle when we plan our vacations abroad. Things turn pretty strenuous while we have to deal with all these formalities. But there are also destinations abroad where Indian don't really need a visa to travel and break free from all the visa arrangements. So here's a list of places which you can follow and plan your next destination in accordance to these!

Here is the list of 20 Islands Indians Can Travel To Without Visa

1. 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

2. Mauritius - A Perfect Tropical Vacation

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)

3. Dominica - Land of Hot Springs

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

4. Jamaica - All of Nature and Nothing Else

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

5. 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 90 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

6. 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 stayBooking details of StayReturn tickets

7. 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 suffi
cient funds for stay
Return tickets
Other travel or government documents.

8. Singapore - Experience One of The World's Best Cities

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 ticketsTwo recent passport size photographs
A covering letter with details of traveller
Sufficient funds for stay
Original Bank statements

9. 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. Conditions for visa differ depending on the nationality. With exempted visa requirements for up to six months for British nationals, 97 other nationalities under the Grenadian jurisdiction can stay in Grenada without a visa for up to three months.

Visa: No visa
Condition: Passport holders from the following countries ought to apply for a passport on arrival: Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan
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)

10. 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. Most of the countries can stay in Haiti without a visa for three months. However, there are exemptions.

Visa: No Visa
Conditions: Foreign nationals from the following countries are required to have a visa in advance: Syria, Libya, Iran, Yemen, Vietnam, Chechnya.However, upon unavailability of a six-month valid passport, the following Nationals ought to possess a visa for entry:the Dominican Republic, Colombia and Panama.
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 photosValid 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.

11. 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. Although there are no visa requirements for entry into Saint Vincent, nationals from a set of countries are required to obtain a visa in advance.

Visa: No Visa required for a stay up to 180 days.
Condition: Foreign nationals from the following countries are obtain a visa in advance:The Dominican Republic, Syria, Jordan, Iran, Iraq, Nigeria, China and Lebanon.
Requirements:
Valid passport for six months from the date of arrival
Import licenses for any food imports
Yellow fever certificate
Departure tax

12. Seychelles - The typical honeymoon and wedding destination

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

13. 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
Condition: Some of the Middle Eastern countries will have to possess a visa in advance, whereas some may avail a visa on arrival.
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

14. 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

15. Sri Lanka - Adventure, Nature and Lots to Explore

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
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

16. Bahrain - Perfect Blend of Culture and Modernity

Dubai is not only the place to visit in UAE. While it may not be as glamorous as its Arabic counterparts, Bahrain is an aesthetically pleasing country to visit. Interestingly, it is the only Gulf Country that provides an E-Visa to Indians. With spectacular architecture and magnificent forts, Bahrain has the perfect blend of culture and modernity, definitely a country worth visiting the next time you plan a short trip.

Visa: Apply for an E-Visa via i-Visa
Conditions: Bahrain Visa is applicable for 14 days. Your Visa span starts from the day of your vacation
Requirements:
6-month valid passport with a minimum of two blank pages
Credit or debit card (or PayPal account)
Return flight information
Answers to a few personal questions

17. Tuvalu, Oceania- The Hidden Gem

Tuvalu is one of the tiniest countries in the world. It is not very well known to the world but it has attractions like no other. It has an endless ocean at its tip and picturesque sights. You get a beautiful view of it even before you arrive from the airplane where you can witness a colour of turquoise and green, ringed with coral and embellished with tiny, palm-topped islets. It's a destination where you can unwind, go on long bicycle rides and stop by small eateries to gorge on Chinese food. 

Visa: Tourist visa on arrival
Conditions: Indians can avail a Visa on arrival which is valid for a time span of maximum one month
Requirements:
Bank statement for checking adequate funds
6-month valid passport
Confirmed return or onward ticket of departure.

18. Niue - The Land with Honesty and a Sense of Community

Niue is perhaps one of the islands in the world where you enter as a tourist and leave like a member of their family. It is known for its hospitality, sense of community, warmth and honesty. If you leave a commodity somewhere you will actually find it back at the exact place, untouched. It's beauty doesn't lag behind either. It bears crystal clear waters and golden beaches. The aqua marine life is splendid with dolphins and humpback whales. It does not have a tourist rush so you can enjoy the tranquil vacation. The caves and coral reefs are a refreshing sight in the island.

Visa: No Visa
Conditions: for a stay for up to 30 days no Visa is required for Indian citizens
Requirements:
Bank statement for checking adequate funds
6-month valid passport
Confirmed return or onward ticket of departure

19. Samoa, Oceania - The Ideal Land for Road Trips

Samoa is the perfect destination for your bike rides. You can take a refreshing dip in the clear cave pools and sea trenches. The best part about Samoa is laying back and unwinding on the beaches is kind of a tradition here and you can do that for hours. The food here is uniquely prepared. You get an earthy essence as they are cooked in underground ovens called umu. The Samoan population loves to sing and dance and they will ensure that you do not leave without dancing to their tunes. 

Visa: No Visa required
Conditions: Indians don't need a visa for their stay that lasts for a maximum of 60 days
Requirements:
6-month valid passport with a minimum of two blank pages
Return arrangement proof
Bank statements 

20. Jeju Island, Province of South Korea- The Land of Laid Back Vibes

If you want to unwind or relax, away from the hustle bustle of your mundane life, Jeju Island is just the right destination. The island has a face that represents it which is Jeju, a symbol of which is seen almost everywhere. Jeju island has tenants of over 350 volcanoes which are dormant. You can also indulge in some trekking and scuba-diving if you enjoy  adventure activities. 

Visa: No Visa
Conditions: As long as your in Jeju island for the purpose of traveling and stay for not more than 30 days, you do not need a visa
Requirements:
6-month valid passport with a minimum of two blank pages
Confirm return tickets 
Purpose of travel will be enquired 

Islands are the best places to unwind and disconnect from our daily mundane lives! Let us know what do you think of these islands in the comments below.

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