14 International Beach Destinations Indians Don’t Need A Visa To Fly To

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by Curly Tales Desk

Imagine a world where endless stretches of pristine, powdery sands meet the gentle caress of crystal-clear waters, where vibrant marine life dances beneath the surface, and where time itself seems to slow down as the sun casts its golden glow over the horizon. These are the wonders that await you in the world’s most captivating beach destinations, each with its own unique charm and allure. Welcome to a world of sun, sea, and enchantment as we explore the best beach destinations to discover without the need for a visa.

Best Beach Destinations To Explore Without A Visa

1. Bali

One of the most famous beach destinations in the world, Bali is famously known as the ‘Land of Gods’ and is a tropical island paradise. The place has some of the most pristine beaches. The place is rich in culture, history, and marine diversity. Visit Nusa Islands for a relaxing getaway away from the crowds, complete with snorkelling, caves, and rock formations to explore.

2. Seychelles

Seychelles, a remote paradise that often appears in movies, is located off East Africa’s coast. Make sure to visit one of the prettiest beaches in the world with pink sand, Anse Source d’Argent, on the island of La Digue. You can also see giant land tortoises at Moyenne Island National Park.

3. Mauritius

Be it a vacation with your family, a getaway with friends, or a romantic honeymoon, Mauritius won’t let you down. You can hike to the highest mountain here, witness the rainbow-coloured sand dunes at Chamarel’s Seven Coloured Earth GeoPark, or simply indulge in the amazing Mauritian cuisine.

4. Vietnam

If you want a beach holiday with a lot of adventurous stuff to do, then Vietnam is the perfect destination for you. You can have the perfect seaside vacation in Vietnam, thanks to its pristine and stunning beaches. You can go snorkelling at Hoi An or Nha Trang, which happen to be the most famous beaches in Vietnam.

5. Micronesia

 

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Located in the western Pacific, Micronesia is a beach destination known for its stunning coral reefs, clear waters, and vibrant marine life. The country is divided into four states, and each offers unique beach experiences. Popular spots include Chuuk, Yap, and Pohnpei. Diving and snorkelling enthusiasts will find an underwater paradise here. The islands are also home to lush rainforests and stunning waterfalls.

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6. Palau Islands

Palau, situated in the western Pacific Ocean, is famous for its lush landscapes, pristine beaches, and crystal-clear waters. The Rock Islands, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a major attraction, offering opportunities for kayaking, snorkelling, and exploration of unique marine lakes. These mushroom-shaped limestone islets are surrounded by clear, turquoise waters.

7. British Virgin Islands

The British Virgin Islands are a British Overseas Territory in the Caribbean. This beach destination is renowned for its white sandy beaches, crystal-blue waters, and excellent sailing opportunities. The Baths on Virgin Gorda are a must-visit spot known for their colossal granite boulders and hidden sea pools. The British Virgin Islands are a sailor’s paradise, with calm waters, steady trade winds, and countless coves and anchorages to discover.

8. Grenada

 

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Known as the “Spice Isle” of the Caribbean, Grenada offers beautiful beaches, lush rainforests, and a relaxed atmosphere. Grand Anse Beach is one of the most popular beaches, offering a perfect setting for relaxation and water sports. The island’s interior offers the Grand Etang National Park and Forest Reserve, where you can hike to the stunning Grand Etang Lake.

9. Jamaica

 

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Jamaica is an iconic Caribbean destination famous for its reggae music, vibrant culture, and beautiful beaches. Seven Mile Beach in Negril, Doctor’s Cave Beach in Montego Bay, and the serene beaches of Ocho Rios are just a few of the options for sun and sea lovers.

10. Thailand

 

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Thailand is known for its diverse coastal regions, from the stunning beaches of Phuket and Krabi to the tranquil islands of Koh Samui and Koh Phi Phi. You can explore bustling beach towns, engage in water sports, or relax on secluded shores. The Full Moon Party on Koh Phangan is a world-renowned beach party.

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11. Somalia

 

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Somalia boasts a long coastline along the Indian Ocean with pristine beaches, although the country has faced political instability. It’s essential to research current safety conditions before considering travel.

12. Dominica

Dominica, not to be confused with the Dominican Republic, is a Caribbean island known for its lush rainforests, volcanic landscapes, and unique black-sand beaches. Batibou Beach is surrounded by lush vegetation, while Champagne Beach is known for its underwater geothermal springs, creating a “bubbling” snorkelling experience.

13. Barbados

 

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Barbados is another Caribbean gem with a vibrant culture, historic sites, and beautiful beaches. Crane Beach is famous for its stunning pink-tinged sands and breathtaking views from the cliffs. Bottom Bay is another scenic spot with its rolling waves and palm-lined shores.

14. Oman

 

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Oman offers diverse coastal experiences along the Arabian Sea, including the pristine shores of Salalah in the south and the scenic beaches in Muscat. It is known for its rich culture and ancient forts. Salalah, in the south, is known for its white sandy shores and the annual Khareef monsoon, which turns the region into a lush green paradise. 

Add these serene and beautiful visa-free beach destinations in the world to your bucket list!

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Inputs from Vaishalee Kalvankar and Mallika Khurana

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