Do you know there are few countries where Indians do not a visa to travel? Yes, there are some countries where either there is visa-on-arrival facility or no requirement of visa for the Indian passport holders.
So, if you love to travel, then these destinations are just so right for you:
Jamaica is situated in the Caribbean Sea. This place is considered to be the best for outdoor adventures.
2. Hong Kong
Here also visa is not required. This place is greatly known for its harbor views, attractions and authentic Indian food. You may not miss India here.
From snow leopards to jungly tiger habitat, Nepal has every bit of beauty and adventure in it that you need.
Here you may be for entry permit on arrival. It is an Oceanian country that got independent from New Zealand in the year 1962.
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5. Turks and Caicos Islands
The Turks and Caicos Islands are situated in the Bahamas island chain. The climate here is quite dry and sunny.
This country has visa on arrival facility for the Indian citizens. You will be highly delighted with the cuisine here. The tastes in the famous Thai cuisine include: sour, sweet, salty, spicy and bitter.
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This place is widely known for its abundant wildlife, snow-capped Rwenzori Mountains and Lake Victoria. Here you will be asked for visa on arrival.
This place is greatly known for giant Aldabra tortoises (rare wildlife), beaches, nature reserves, coral reefs and diving.
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Known as an island country, the population here is majorly Polynesian. This place features a tropical climate.
This place is bordered by Colombia, Pacific Ocean and Peru. Spanish is the official language spoken here.
Other major countries are as follows:
14. Cook Islands
18. Trinidad & Tobago
19. Saint Kitts and Nevis
So, you can travel instantly to these destinations with your family and friends. You just need to confirm for ‘no visa’ or ‘visa on arrival’ specific requirements.