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Indian Passport Holders: Good News! Indian tourists can visit 10 countries without visa, know how long they can stay

Visa-free entry: Recently, Thailand extended the visa-free entry period for Indian passport holders to two months. Apart from this, neighbouring Sri Lanka has also given special exemption to Indians. Let us tell you about 10 countries of the world which give visa-free entry to Indians.

Bangkok: The respect for the Indian passport is increasing all over the world these days. This is the reason why many countries are now providing visa-free entry to Indian passport holders. Thailand and Sri Lanka have recently extended their visa-free entry for Indian tourists. Thailand is giving visa-free entry for two months on two Indian passports. By the way, you will be surprised to know that Indian passport holders currently get on-arrival visa in 62 countries. Visa-free travel means that there is no need to apply for a visa in advance to enter that country. You reach that country with a passport and the immigration officer gives you permission. Let us tell you about those ten countries of the world which give visa-free entry to Indian passport holders. 1- Bhutan- India has deep relations with its neighbor Bhutan. Here Indian citizens can travel without a visa for 14 days. Located in the Himalayas, this country is famous for its snow-capped peaks, monasteries and spiritual culture.

2- Nepal- Nepal is an ideal place for adventure lovers and nature lovers. Mount Everest, the world’s highest mountain, is located in Nepal. Indian passport holders do not need a visa in Nepal. Nepal and India have very cordial relations. In the border areas, there are also kinships between the people of both countries.

3- Mauritius: Surrounded by the Indian Ocean on all sides, this island nation is famous for its beaches, clear waters and coral reefs. The luxury resorts of Mauritius can be a great experience to stay. Indian passport holders can stay in Mauritius for 90 days without a visa.

4- Thailand- Famous for its beautiful islands and affordable prices, Thailand has decided to give two months visa-free entry to Indian passport holders. A large number of people from India go to Thailand for tourism.

5- Kenya: From January 1, 2024, Kenya has allowed visa-free travel to Indian passport holders with the aim of promoting tourism. There are more than 50 national parks here, where one can enjoy its world-famous jungle safari. Kenya gives Indian passport holders visa-free entry for up to 90 days.

6- Malaysia- This is a great tourist destination, where Indians get visa-free entry for 30 days. Along with its great food, historical atmosphere and beautiful beaches, there are also national parks full of wildlife.

7- Dominica: The mountainous Caribbean island nation is also known as Nature Island. There is a 1342 meter high volcano here and there are many falls. The good news for Indian passport holders is that they do not need a visa to stay here for six months. This applies to both tourism and business.

8- Qatar: This Middle Eastern country located on the shores of the Persian Gulf is considered one of the richest countries in the world. It hosted the FIFA World Cup in 2022. Indian passport holders can enjoy visa-free travel to Qatar for 30 days.

9- Sri Lanka: Sri Lanka is the latest in the list of visa-free countries for Indians. This island country located south of India boasts historical and cultural heritage as well as incredible wildlife. Indian passport holders can travel visa-free to Sri Lanka till May 31, 2024, which will be valid for 30 days.

10- Seychelles: This country is famous for its spectacular waters, coral reefs and sea turtles, beautiful fish, whale sharks. Indian passports get visa-free entry here for 30 days.

Shyamu Maurya
Shyamu Maurya
Shyamu has done Degree in Fine Arts and has knowledge about bollywood industry. He started writing in 2018. Since then he has been associated with Informalnewz. In case of any complain or feedback, please contact me @informalnewz@gmail.com
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