Good news for everyone who is now looking for offbeat destinations to explore outside the country. Indian passport holders can now visit the beautiful country of Kazakhstan visa-free! You read that right! Indian passport holders no longer require a visa to travel to this culturally rich country! So if you’re looking for a sign to visit a unique destination, untouched by tourist crowds, look no further! Head to Kazakhstan for your next vacation.
Visa-Free Travel For Indian Passport Holders To Kazakhstan
This particular news is great if you’re looking for an offbeat travel destination to a place that is culturally rich but also untouched by hoards of tourists. For Indian passport holders, there is an added bonus too! You don’t have to worry about the hassle of getting a visa. For Indians, travelling to Kazakhstan has now become visa-free.
You can live for up to 14 days at a time at this place. However, within 180 days, you can only stay for up to 42 days in the country. This means that without a visa, you can’t stay for more than 42 days within the span of 180 days.
This is welcome news for those who are looking to travel and explore places that have remained untouched by most people. Kazakhstan has a rich culture and offers tourists an excellent opportunity to learn more about its beauty.
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Offbeat Destinations TO Explore While In Kazakhstan
This particular destination has a lot to offer tourists even if it doesn’t seem like it. For instance, one of the absolute must-visit attractions in the place includes the Mausoleum of Khawaja Ahmed Yasawi.
The place is architecturally stunning, so much so that the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization or UNESCO has declared it a world heritage sight. If this isn’t enough, the Baikonur Cosmodrome will definitely take your breath away.
The Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan is the largest space launch facility in the world. It was periodically under the Russian government on lease, however, now it is back under the control of the Kazakh government.
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