12 Countries Which Indians Can Visit Without A Visa

For the travelers who wish to visit a foreign land, here is a list of twelve countries were Indian’s don’t need a Visa to travel.

Bhutan– This landlocked country in South Asia, sharing its borders with many Indian states is also the second least populous nation after the Maldives. It is also considered as one of the happiest countries in the world and allows Indians to travel the country without a visa.

Hills, valleys,  picturesque monasteries, the grand dzongs (forts) makes this place truly majestic and will leave you enchanted. An idle place to visit with your parents this place is also blessed with natural greenery and is pollution free. Time to treat your eyes and give your lungs a good break.

Nepal– The only country in the world which follows only Hinduism, this place is home to eight of the ten highest mountains in the world, including the highest one the Everest. Pashupatinath temple dedicated to lord Shiva is one of the major tourist attraction in Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal.

Apart from this Boudhanath stupa, Phewa tal in Pokhra, Chandragiri hills, Nagarkot are few good places to visit in Nepal. Do not forget to visit Sagarmatha National Park, as you can get a stunning view of the Himalayan range from here. It is the closest you can get to Mount Everest. If you want to take a wildlife tour then Chitwan National park is great as it is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Lumbini, the birthplace of Lord Buddha is a must visit, along with Janakpur the place were lord Rama and Goddess Sita were married.

Trinidad and Tobago– Trinidad and Tobago is a dual-island Caribbean nation near Venezuela, with distinctive Creole traditions and cuisines. Trinidad’s capital, Port of Spain, hosts a boisterous carnival featuring calypso and soca music. Numerous bird species inhabit sanctuaries such as the Asa Wright Nature Centre. The smaller island of Tobago is known for its beaches and the Tobago Main Ridge Forest Reserve, which shelters hummingbirds.

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines– The filming of the film ‘Pirates of the Carribean‘ has made this place more famous. St. Vincent and the Grenadines is a southern Caribbean nation comprising a main island, St. Vincent, and a chain of smaller islands. With yacht-filled harbors, chic private isles and volcanic landscapes, it’s known for its major sailing destinations such as reef-lined Bequia Island off Admiralty Bay, bordered by white-sand beaches like Princess Margaret. The main island is home to the capital, Kingstown.

Dominica– It is an island republic in the West Indies and has been nicknamed the “Nature Isle of the Caribbean” for its natural environment. It also has world’s second-largest hot spring called Boiling lake. The island has lush mountainous rainforests, and it is the home of many rare plants, animals, and bird species.

Vanuatu– Officially known as the republic of Vanuatu, is a pacific island nation located in the South Pacific Ocean. Vanuatu is widely recognised as one of the premier vacation destinations for scuba divers wishing to explore coral reefs of the South Pacific region.

Macedonia(FYROM)– Or republic of Macedonia is a country in southeast Europe. It is one of the successor states of the former Yugoslavia, from which it declared independence in 1991. It became a member of the United Nations in 1993. A landlocked country having scenic mountains, the Ohrid lake is considered to be one of the oldest lakes and biotopes in the world. The country’s abundance of natural and cultural attractions make it an attractive destination for the visitors.

Ecuador– Ecuador is a country straddling the equator on South America’s west coast. Its diverse landscape encompasses Amazon jungle, Andean highlands and the wildlife-rich Galápagos Islands. In the Andean foothills at an elevation of 2,850m, Quito, the capital, is known for its largely intact Spanish colonial center, with decorated 16th- and 17th-century palaces and religious sites, like the ornate Compañía de Jesús Church.

Fiji– Fiji, a country in the South Pacific, is an archipelago of more than 300 islands. It’s famed for rugged landscapes, palm-lined beaches and coral reefs with clear lagoons. Its major islands, Viti Levu and Vanua Levu, contain most of the population. Viti Levu is home to the capital, Suva, a port city with British colonial architecture. The Fiji Museum, in the Victorian-era Thurston Gardens, has ethnographic exhibits.

Grenada– Grenada is a Caribbean country comprising a main island, also called Grenada, and smaller surrounding islands. Dubbed the “Spice Isle,” the hilly main island is home to numerous nutmeg plantations. It’s also the site of the capital, St. George’s, whose colorful homes, Georgian buildings and early-18th-century Fort George overlook narrow Carenage Harbour. To the south is Grand Anse Beach, with resorts and bars.

Haiti– Haiti is a Caribbean country that shares the island of Hispaniola with the Dominican Republic to its east. Though it’s still recovering from a 2010 earthquake, many of Haiti’s landmarks dating to the early 19th century remain intact. These include Citadelle la Ferrière, a mountaintop fortress, and the nearby ruins of Sans-Souci Palace, the baroque former royal home of King Henry I.Despite having a viable tourist industry, Haiti is one of the world’s poorest countries.

El Salvador– El Salvador is a small Central American nation. It’s known for its Pacific Ocean beaches, surf spots and mountainous landscape. Its Ruta de Las Flores is a winding route past coffee farms, rainforests with waterfalls and towns like Juayúa, with its weekend food festival, plus Ataco, home to vivid murals. The capital, San Salvador, with a dramatic backdrop of volcanoes, has numerous museums and the National Theater.



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