It is always imperative to take occasional breaks from your professional commitments to recharge your about-to-die batteries. But, how do you make the most out of the holiday or vacation that you are taking? The answer is simple, by visiting a foreign country. However, going abroad as a tourist has its own complexities. Apart from the cost of travel, getting the paperwork done to secure the travel permit to a foreign country can be extremely tiring and unnerving. But you should know that there are some countries that permit tourists, especially from India, to enter without the requirement of a visa. So, today we will explore those countries that allow visa-free entry for the Indians.
This country located in the eastern Himalayas is officially called the Kingdom of Bhutan. Following the Maldives, Bhutan is the next place in the South Asian region with fewer population. Some tourists, including the ones from India, can visit the country without bothering about securing a visa. The duration of stay devoid of a visa happens to be 14 days and during this period tourists can indulge in
adventure trekking and hiking. The Jhomolhari Base Camp trek, Masagang trek, and Snowman Trek are some of the trekking destinations tourists can explore during their visa-free stay. These apart there are some soon-to-be designated UNESCO sites that visitors can enjoy like the Ancient Ruin of Drukgyel Dzong, Tamzhing Monastery etc.
The Republic of Ecuador, as it is known officially, is a country in northwestern South America. This is another country where visitors from India can arrive minus a visa. It allows visitors to remain in the country without a visa for 90 days. It has several things to delight the tourists. The chief attractions for tourists in Ecuador are the Galapagos Islands, Illinizas volcano, the historic centre of Quito, Salinas beach etc. At these places, the visitors can easily have a whale of a time and easily drown their professional worries. Also, the country has a city with two UNESCO World Heritage sites and two natural UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
The Island country in the West Indies also has the provision for visa-free entries for Indians. The Commonwealth of Dominica permits tourists to hang around the country for 180 days or 6 months without the requirement of a visa. The duration is simply adequate to enjoy the country in full glory. It comprises several mountains, rainforests, waterfalls, hot springs and beaches to make your stay quite memorable.
The Republic Of Fiji is another visa-free destination for Indians to spend some valuable time. It is an island country in Melanesia that is part of Oceania in the South Pacific Ocean. Indians can stay sans a visa in the country for 120 days and soak in the splendour of some exotic beaches and picture-perfect islands. Scuba diving happens to be the most popular activity in the region and Fiji also has several soft coral reefs.
The Republic Of Haiti is another country that Indian tourists can come to without carrying a visa. It allows them to stay in the country for 90 days bereft of any kind of visa. This is situated east of Cuba on the island of Hispaniola in the Greater Antilles archipelago of the Caribbean sea. Some of the attractive places to relish over here for the tourists happen to be Camp-Perrin, Pic Macaya and Ile-a-Vache. Interestingly, the majority of tourists arrive in Haiti via cruise ships.