Do you know how many country’s your Indian passport lets you visit without actually getting involved in the cumbersome visa process? Find our right here!
One of the world’s most popular tourist destinations, Indonesia has a lot in store for you. The towering mountains, unspoiled reefs and amazing food – the country is a truly bucket-list-worthy destination. Thanks to the country’s size, there’s always something exciting to discover in Indonesia that never ceases to amaze or impress us. If you have an Indian passport, you’re exempted from a tourist visa up to a month of stay.
Imagine strolling on the pristine ring-shaped atolls with planktons shining all over the sand. Maldives is undoubtedly a slice of heaven in the Indian Ocean. Besides being a famous honeymoon destination, Maldives also offers the perfect combination of relaxation and adventure with its stunning sunsets and jet blades. The island country allows a visa-free visit to Indians for a period of 90 days.
Who doesn’t dream of vacationing in the surreal beaches and stylish holiday resorts in Mauritius? Explore the beaches, reefs and lagoons, and also get a taste of the street food, but DON’T MISS THE CHAMAREL! The different shades of colours of the uneven volcanic surface are a sight to behold and a memory etched for a lifetime. Mauritian authorities give you three months to tour the country without a visa.
If you’re looking for a place of warmth, happiness and adventure, Jamaica is where you should be headed. Revel in the lush rain-forests and reef-lined beaches of this Caribbean island nation. The adventurer in you will be delighted as you climb Dunn’s River Falls in Ocho Rios. A visa-free entry to Jamaica for a month is awaiting you.
You can let loose the wilderness wanderer in you in Ecuador. Explore the abundant forests of Amazon and the famous Andean Highlands in this South American country. Galapagos Islands, the place that inspired Charles Darwin to develop his evolution theories will leave you awestruck. Isn’t it interesting?
Exotic Himalayan beauty and sights of this neighboring country will leave you spell-bound. The stunning views of jungles, lakes and mountains, the once-in-a-lifetime treks and the friendly makes Nepal evade every traveler’s bucket-list. It’s also home to a number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.