Good news! You don’t need a visa to travel to these countries.

Visa-free travel is not impossible!

As an Indian citizen, you can travel to a limited number of places without obtaining a visa. India’s visa-free score is 58. This indicates that Indian passport holders can visit 58 countries without getting a key beforehand. Currently, 19 nations give visas for free, and 36 countries offer passes on arrival. Let’s have a look at a few nations to which Indians can travel without a visa:


Albania has long been a mystery in Mediterranean Europe, having been closed to outsiders for much of the twentieth century. Yet, Albania fascinates with its breathtaking mountain landscapes, crumbling castles, lively city, and romantic beaches that cannot match anything in the Mediterranean. Visas are not required for stays up to 90 days in this place.


Serbia’s beautiful landscapes are a visual and spiritual feast. Regardless of the part of Serbia you visit, you will be left with lasting images of its stunning beauty and unparalleled experiences. The ruins of scores of strongholds established on strategically significant locations – beside rivers, along trade routes, and at the boundaries of ancient empires – may be seen across modern-day Serbia. For 30 days, visas are not required if you travel here.


Haiti shares the western portion of the island of Hispaniola with the Dominican Republic in the West Indies. Haiti is two-thirds hilly, with the rest of the nation characterised by large valleys, extensive plateaus, and little plains. It is roughly the size of Maryland. For three months, you will not need a visa to stay here.


The Spice Islands is a hidden gem with untouched beauty and a pure and genuine lifestyle that you will feel instantly revitalised. Grenada, Carriacou, and Petite Martinique, a tri-island destination in the eastern Caribbean just south of Barbados, are known for their fragrant spices and organic chocolate. For three months, you can travel there without a visa.


Indonesia is a Southeast Asian archipelago with 17,000 islands (6,000 inhabited) straddling the equator. Sumatra, Java (the most populated island), Bali, Kalimantan (Indonesia’s section of Borneo), Sulawesi (Celebes), the Nusa Tenggara islands, the Moluccas Islands, and Irian Jaya (also known as West Papua), the western half of New Guinea, are the biggest islands. Thirty days visa-free for tourism purposes is allowed here.


Low-rise towns in Oman preserve their historical attractions, and Bedouin values are still central to an Omani welcome. Oman is the logical choice for those seeking the modern face of Arabia while wishing to sense its old essence, thanks to its plethora of natural beauty, including stunning mountains, wind-blown deserts, and a beautiful coastline. Visa is free for ten days in Oman.

Riya Banerjee

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