Five Visa Free Destinations For Indians
Visa Free Destinations for Indians: There are many beautiful and unique places to travel where Indians do not need a visa. We are telling you about 5 such countries.
5 Visa Free Destinations for Indians: It is said that traveling is more valuable than money, and none can understand it better than travelers who never stop themselves from traveling. Discovering new places and cultures is their way of life. But applying for a visa and then waiting for it’s acceptance makes the entire journey a fun.
However, you need not to worry, because there are many beautiful and unique places where Indian citizens do not need a visa to travel. We are telling you about 5 such places where you can go without visa:
After reaching here, you will be welcomed by saying ‘Ne Ho’. The islands of Koloné and Taipa along with the Macau Peninsula form the Macao Special Administrative Region which is part of the People’s Republic of China.
It is also called Vagus of China. Macau has magnificent casinos and resorts with world class luxury entertainments. It is part of the peninsular Portuguese colony for nearly 300 years and that is why you will find Portuguese-named roads, while the vernacular is Cantonese.
You can stay in Macau for 30 days without a visa.
Currency: Macau Pataka (MOP). A Macnis Pataka costs 9 rupees.
When to go: March to May (spring) and September to November (autumn)
It is an island group consisting of 30 islands. There are coral reefs and interesting beaches in Fiji which will relax your eyes. Along with this, Fiji is a house,consisting of many diverse ethnic groups and hence, there are various traditional traditions such as the Kava ceremony.
On reaching there, a traditional drink of cava root is offered to guests after seating them in a circle. Fiji is one of the happiest countries in the world. Fiji is a hub of adventure sports such as surfing, hiking, sky diving and zip-lining.
You can stay in Fiji for 120 days without a visa.
Currency: Fiji Dollar (FJD). A Fijian dollar costs around 32 rupees in India.
When to go: Between July to September
Samoa is a beautiful island, where men wear skirts, food is cooked inside the ground. You can go in search of never-seen waterfalls, swim with sea turtles and sleep on the beach after spending a day full of adventures.
You can stay in Samoa for 60 days without a visa.
Currency: Samoan Tala (WST). A Samoan Tala costs about 27 rupees of India.
When to go: Between June to September
This country is made up of 15 islands and is full of beaches, lagoons, waterfalls, diving spots and mountain treks. Their Polynesian heritage is different and the tourists enjoy the traditional dance and food here.
You can stay in Cook Islands for 31 days without a visa.
Currency: Cook Island Dollar (CKD). A Cook Island dollar costs about 45 rupees of India.
When to go: April to November.
Adventure sports lovers can go here for river rafting and roaming across the island in spectacular rainforests and caves. Jamaica is for those who want to spend their days lying on a sandy beach. The serenity of the beaches of Jamaica, as well as, the view of the sea will mesmerize you.
You can stay in Jamaica for 14 days without a visa.
Currency: Jamaican Dollar (JMD). A Jamaican dollar costs about 0.53 rupees in India.
When to go: November to December