16 countries to allow visa-free entry to Indian passport holders

Published 2 years ago

If you have been pondering where you could abandon a visa, here's your answer. 16 nations will presently give without visa passage to Indian passport holders. Among these 16 nations, you have Bhutan and Mauritius. 

V Muraleedharan, Minister of State for External Affairs, said in a composed answer to an inquiry in Rajya Sabha that there are 16 nations that give sans visa section to common Indian identification holders. He further educated that there are 43 nations giving visa-on-appearance offices, and 36 nations giving e-visa offices. 

The 16 nations giving visa-free offices to conventional Indian identification holders are Barbados, Nepal, Bhutan, Mauritius, Haiti, Hong Kong SAR, the Maldives, Senegal, Serbia, Trinidad and Tobago, Grenada, Dominica, Samoa, Senegal, Saint Vincent, and the Grenadines, Niue Island, and Montserrat. 

The Minister additionally said that it is the proceeding with endeavors of the legislature to build this number of free-visa travel, e-visa offices, and visa-on-appearance. This will, obviously, permits voyagers to go on global goes effortlessly. 

Starting at now, Indonesia and Myanmar give visa-on-appearance to Indian identification holders, while Malaysia and New Zealand have e-visa offices for Indians. 

This data will help many individuals need to go with no stress over getting a visa. A portion of the nations in the rundown are top travel objections, and you can be sure of an enhancing experience. So once we are out of the COVID storm, you should simply convey your identification and travel to one of the 16 nations where Indians can go without a visa.


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