7 Places Indians Can Visit Without Visa :


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There are over 50 countries around the world where Indians does not need a visa to visit or there is visa on arrival access for Indian passport holders. The next time you want a break for routine, here is a list of 7 countries you may visit without worrying about pending visa application.

Mauritius... Mauritius is a sparkling crystal in the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean. Located east of Madagascar and southeast of Seychelles, the diversified colours, cultures and tastes makes the island so charming and unforgettable. Sip on the sweet buzz pina colada while chilling in the tropical paradise.

Seychelles... Seychelles is home to some of the worlds most beautiful beaches including the white powder of Beau Vallon on Mahe and Anse Lazio on Praslin. The breathtaking pink sands and boulders of Anse Source d Argent on La Digue make it the most gorgeous beach on earth.

Saint Lucia... A genuine, natural landscape of gorgeous palm fringed beaches, miles of unspoiled rainforest and the majestic Piton Mountains is Saint Lucia. The natural waterfalls, breathtaking views, friendly locals and the authentic culture will never fail to impress you.

Bolivia... Bolivia offers a diverse mix of multi-ethnic cultural experiences, magnificent natural landscapes and extreme adventures. From luxury Copacabana resorts on the shore of Lake Titicaca to the unworldly expanse of the salt flats of Uyuni, Bolivia is all about the once-in-a-lifetime travel experience you will have.

Fiji... Fijis beaches are simply breathtakingly beautiful and pristine. Travelers head to these gorgeous beaches to be pampered in luxury outdoor spas surrounded by tropical settings. With cocktails prices at an all time low and visa on arrival for Indians to boot, this place is no brainer.

Samoa... Known as the Treasured Islands, Samoa has some of the most beautiful and enticing landscapes in the South Pacific. Samoa offers quality waves and stunning reef breaks for those with boarding prowess. Go deep sea diving or explore some of the ancient caves and wonderful lava tubes or go swimming in some of the countless hidden away river spots.

Nepal... Nepal boasts some of the most diverse landscapes on the planet from snow-capped mountains to subtropical forests. Nepals culture is just as varied, filled with centuries old temples and shrines, a profusion of colorful festivals and plenty of exotic wares to peruse and purchase.



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