Countries that Indian tourists can visit visa-free
Posted on September 29, 2017
There are certain countries Indian Tourists can enter without a visa. First among them is its neighbour, Nepal, where Indians can travel without either a visa or a passport. All they need is a photo identity issued by the Indian government. A haven for tourists, it is famous for artifacts and the Himalayan Mountains. Other places which one can visit are Bhaktapur Durbar Square, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and Annapurna Circuit, a trekkers’ delight.
Visitors from India can visit and stay up to 14 days Sans Visa in Hong Kong, the Special Administrative Region (SAR) of China. A former British colony, it houses Disneyland, Lantau Island and Ocean Park, among others. Lan Kwai Fong is a popular haunt for people who seek lively night-life.
Another SAR of China, Macau, also allows Indians to enter it visa-free. Popular mainly for gaming and entertainment, it houses old Chinese temples. Macau Tower is also a major attraction.
Jamaica in the Caribbean, which is renowned for reggae music and rums, allows Indians to stay here for up to 30 days without a visa. Other attractions of this island country are mountains, rainforests and beaches.
Haiti is another Caribbean country where Indians do not need a passport to visit. They can stay here for up to three months without a visa. Popular with American Tourists, this Caribbean island is famous for its carnivals.
Micronesia, a group of islands in the Oceania north of Australia, is a veritable treasure for tourists, which houses temples, ancient ruins, beaches and lagoons. According to The Free Press Journal, being a remote country, it is surrounded by pristine environs. The major attractions here are Kepirohi Waterfall, Nan Madol, and Tamilyog Trails. Indians can stay here for up to 30 days visa-free.
Dominica, a mountainous Caribbean country, allows Indians to stay for a period of up to six months without a visa. The country is renowned for mountains, unique flora and fauna and rainforests. Popular tourist spots here are Boiling Lake, Cabrits National Park, Trafalgar Falls, the Museum of Rum and so on.
Another country close to India is the Maldives, which is becoming fast one of the world’s top getaways. With beaches, water sports and luxurious accommodations, it is becoming a popular honeymoon destination for Indians. Its proximity to Indian is another advantage.
For historic tourists from India, Cambodia is the place to head to. It is home to the world-famous Angkor Wat, one of the largest religious monuments in the world.
The Cook Islands, North West of New Zealand, is another exotic destination that allows Indians without a visa. It is renowned for blue lagoons, water sports and music performances.
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