If you have an Indian passport, you can travel to eight countries without a visa.
Planning a trip to another country can be a difficult task. From deciding on a destination to dealing with long wait times that can last weeks, there are a slew of details to consider. Fortunately, many countries do not require a visa for entry.
Mauritius is an ideal holiday destination, with white sand beaches, turquoise blue waters, and opulent resorts. It also has a number of heritage structures, as well as adventure sports and shopping opportunities. Mauritius allows Indian passport holders to stay for up to three months.
Macao is located on China's south coast. The city has world-class hotels and resorts, expansive tourism and entertainment facilities, luxurious shopping malls, and state-of-the-art convention and exhibition venues, in addition to mouth-watering cuisine and the best night views. Macao allows Indian passport holders to stay for a month.
Barbados is a diverse island with limitless opportunities. The coral island's beautiful white-sand beaches are its main draw. It also has a variety of other attractions, including rolling hills with deep ridges and gullies, as well as an interesting flora and fauna distribution. Barbados allows Indian passport holders to stay for three months.
Bhutan is one of India's most accessible international destinations. There are several fast-flowing rivers in the area. Mountain adventure trekking and hiking are also available to visitors. Indian citizens can stay in Bhutan for 14 days without a visa.
- The British Virgin Islands
The British Virgin Islands are an overseas territory of the United Kingdom in the Caribbean, east of Puerto Rico. It has more than 50 of the world's most beautiful islands and cays. Water sports, sailing, hiking, and even shopping are available to visitors, as well as diving, snorkeling, and sunbathing. For one month, Indian tourists can visit the islands without a visa.
- The Cook Islands
The Cook Islands are made up of 15 islands that are spread out over a large area and are known for their white sand beaches, turquoise lagoons, and lush green mountains. Swimming in the crystal clear water, snorkelling, diving, surfing, and exploring nature trails and wildlife are all options for visitors. Tourists with an Indian passport can stay in the Cook Islands for a month.
Fiji, which has 300 islands, is known for its dense rainforest, exotic waterfalls, picturesque coral reefs, and shaggy volcano peaks. It is located in the Melanesia subregion of Oceania. For a period of four months, Indian tourists can visit Fiji without a visa.
- El Salvador
El Salvador is Central America's tiniest country. Beaches, coffee plantations, and national parks abound. On empty and dark-sand beaches, tourism can enjoy world-class surfing. Indian passport holders can visit El Salvador for three months without a visa.