Indian Passport Holders Can Travel To These Places Without A Visa | Curly Tales

Calling out the travellers and the wanderers out there! The holiday season is right around the corner and so are the International trips. We believe that this list might come in handy to you for the holiday season. Here are a few countries that an Indian passport holder doesn’t need a visa to travel to.

1. Fiji

Fiji, located in the heart of South Pacific, is home to some of the luxurious private islands, exotic resorts, top notch spas and insane outdoor adventures. From the white sand beaches to the crystal clear ocean water, Fiji has a lot to offer us. An Indian passport holder can enjoy the luscious jungles, the gorgeous beaches, the secluded waterfalls, by just getting a four month long visitors permit on arrival. The permit does not costs you a single penny. However, be sure to carry your return flight tickets, bank statements for the last three months and a proof of your stay.
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2. Indonesia

Indonesia, known for its natural beauty, is one of the most visited tourist destination in the world. Honestly, we are not even shocked about it. From the jaw-dropping beaches of Bali to the architectural beauties of Jakarta, Indonesia is a beauty in itself and deserves to be on our bucket list. Indonesia is all the more favorable considering Indian passport holders are exempt from a tourist visa for a maximum stay of 30 days.

3. Niue

Niue, a Pacific Island paradise, provides you with the most picturesque landscapes and some breathtaking views. Swim with dolphins, see whales close up, relax at an honesty bar, visit the biggest little yacht club in the world, snorkel in warm, safe rock pools teeming with colorful fish. Niue will definitely take your breath away with its unique geology, landscape and marine life. The cherry on the cake is that you don’t need a visit visa for Niue, provided your trip lasts for less than 30 days.
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4. Seychelles

Seychelles, the perfect combination of sun, sea and sand. A popular destination for newlyweds, provides an Indian passport holder visa on arrival. The visa is provided for a maximum stay of 30 days, however to obtain the visa you must hold an onward ticket and minimum funds amounting to INR 10,000 per person per day accompanied with a proof of accommodation.
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5. Maldives

If you are looking for getting a perfect diving and snorkeling experience then Maldives is the appropriate place to do that. It is all the more better if you are an Indian citizen because Maldives provides you with a free Visa on arrival for a maximum period of 90 days. Don’t however forget to carry documents for the next destination such as return or onward flight tickets.
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6. Mauritius

Mauritius, a sparkling crystal in the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean, is a place that deserves to be on the bucket list. Indians being granted with a free visa on arrival is all the more a better reason for us to visit Mauritius. The visa is provided for a maximum stay of 60 days. There are however a few too many prerequisites to get the visa. You must hold  a confirmed booking for accommodation in Mauritius a sponsorship letter, a confirmed booking for return flight and finally a minimum of USD 100/INR 7000 per day for your expenses during the stay.
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7. Nepal

An Indian passport holder can experience Nepal’s rich architectural heritage by getting a free visa on arrival. The visa is valid for a maximum period of 150 days and costs nothing however, don’t forget to carry a nationality proof with you such as a passport, driving license etc.
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