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Indians can Travel Without a Visa

March 22, 2022
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Everyone fantasizes about taking a long vacation in a faraway nation. It's a wonderful feeling to visit new locations, take photos, purchase unique items, and make wonderful memories. These desires faced a backlash due to covid and its variants. The covid crises had led to the collapse of travel, travel desires and made us all stay inside our homes.

However, you no longer need to be concerned because your Indian passport is valid for travel to a variety of countries without the requirement for a visa. Some nations do not need you to have a visa at all, while others would gladly stamp your passport once you arrive. So grab your passport, pack your belongings, and head to the airport to purchase a ticket to one of these destinations.

The list of countries that Indians can travel to without a Visa:

1. Barbados (maximum of 90 days)

2. Cook Islands (maximum of 31 days)

3. Grenada (maximum of 3 months)

4. Indonesia (maximum of 30 days)

5. Macau (maximum of 30 days)

6. Montserrat (maximum of 30 days)

7. Pitcairn Islands ((maximum of 14 days)

8. Serbia (maximum of 30 days)

9. Transnistria (maximum of 45 days)

10. Turks and Caicos Islands (maximum of 60 days)

11. British Virgin Islands (maximum of 60 days)

12. Dominica (maximum of 90 days)

13. Fiji (maximum of 12 days)

14. Haiti (maximum of 90 days)

15. Jamaica (maximum of 30 days)

16. Maldives (maximum of 30 days)

17. Micronesia (maximum of 30 days)

18. Niue (maximum of 30 days)

19. Qatar (maximum of 30 days)

20. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (maximum of 30 days)

21. Senegal (maximum of 90 days)

22. Trinidad and Tobago (maximum of 90 days)

23. Tunisia (maximum of 90 days)

24. Vanuatu (maximum of 30 days)

25. Indonesia (maximum of 30 days)

It is, nevertheless, critical that you examine the country's admission regulations before travelling there. It is critical that you do not stay beyond the visa-free time since this might cause complications in the future and result in your being denied permission to return to the country. During the visa-free time, you will also be unable to study or work.

With the re-opening of the travel world, we can again broaden our horizon, meet new people, experience new cultures, and understand new means of life.