5 places where Indians can enter without a visa
- On top of the list is Dominica. Indians can stay here for a maximum of 90 days without a visa
- This is followed by Samoa
- In Vanuatu, Indians can stay without a visa for 30 days
After two years of harsh lockdowns and travel restrictions due to COVID, many countries have started opening up their borders again to tourism.
And while everyone the fun part of a vacation is the journey and the final destination, the not so fun part is getting a visa. Luckily, there are a few places where Indians can visit without one. Below is a list of places where Indians do not require a visa to enter.
A picturesque island in the Catibbean, Dominica is surrounded by breathtaking views of mountains, lakes, rivers, and rainforests, It is home to the world’s second-largest hot spring. The land of hot springs is quite adventurous too as travellers can go hiking, go on a jungle safari, or simply cover long distances on beaches by walking. Indians can stay here for a maximum of 90 days without a visa.
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If biking is your thing, then Samoa is your ideal island destination. Surrounded by pristine waters and trenches, this is a serene island to relax back and rejuvenate. It is a very lively place with their love for singing, dancing, and entertaining. A unique thing about their food is the way it is prepared in underground ovens known as umu. The foods reflect the perfect earthy taste that makes it more special.
Popularly known as ‘The Spice Island’, Grenada is a magnificent island in the West Indies. The place has so much history attached to it. Grenada got the name, Spice Island as it is a major source of various kinds of spices such as cinnamon, cloves, ginger, and even top-quality cocoa. The weather conditions of the island make the trip memorable for the travellers as it stays humid in the rainy season and the winters are very relaxing.
With spectacular landscapes and pristine waters, the surroundings near Vanuatu is mesmerising and the island is full of friendly residents. People can witness active volcanoes here. A unique feature of the island is that Vanuatu is the home to the one and only underwater post office in the entire world. Indians can travel and explore the island without a visa for maximum 30 days.
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5) Trinidad and Tobago
Trinidad and Tobago, the twin-island country in the southern part of the West Indies is yet another island where Indians can enter and explore without a visa. This island boasts of the perfect blend of African and Indian cultures. The twin islands always have tropical weather that makes the experience of staying there more interesting.