List of Countries Indians Can Travel to Without A Passport and Visa

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Traveling to new locations and learning about their culture and cuisine gives you the opportunity to make your life better and happier in a number of ways. And if it’s international travel, the happiness multiplies. However, the budget and lengthy visa procedures may make you wonder if the trip is worth it.

Many tourists have this question in their minds: “Can I travel without a passport and visa from India?” The answer is yes. There are several countries in the world that allow tourists from India to enter their borders without a passport or visa. While these countries are not widely known, they provide travelers with numerous chances for adventure and relaxation abroad.

The List of Without-Passport Visiting Countries:

  • Bhutan
  • Nepal
  • Indonesia
  • Fiji
  • Qatar

Bhutan

Bhutan is one of those countries that allows Indian citizens to enter its borders without a passport. You just need to carry your voter ID card while visiting Bhutan. Children also need to have their birth certificate or ID card from their educational institution while traveling to this country. 

Bhutan is a country that perfectly reflects traditional Buddhist culture. Thimphu, the country’s capital, offers amazing views of the Raidak River along with the surrounding vegetation.

Places to Visit in Bhutan: 

Bondey Lhakhang, Khangkhu Lhakhang, Tago Lhakhang, Druk Choeding, and the National Museum are a few famous places in Bhutan that attract tourists all year round.

Also Read: Mandatory Key Travel Documents for your Trip

Nepal

Without a passport or visa, you can go to Nepal through tour packages from India, as it is one of the without-passport visiting countries. All you need is a valid Indian Government-issued ID card or a voter ID card from the Election Commission to enter to this country. Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal, is a must-see destination as it is filled with numerous holy and historic sites. With 68 species of mammals, 544 species of birds, and other creatures, the Chitwan National Park in Nepal deserves to be on the bucket list of every wildlife lover. 

Places to Visit in Nepal: 

Everest, Annapurna, and Langtang regions are a few of the hiking locations perfect for adventure seekers. Nepal’s Pokhara region is also popular among hikers and trekkers.

Indonesia

If you are planning to visit Indonesia,  you do not need to carry a visa. But this visa exemption is only feasible if your stay in the country is not more than 30 days. In such a case, getting a visa exemption stamp from the immigration counter is all that is needed. But if your trip exceeds 30 days,  you need to apply for a visa on arrival from the Indonesian Embassy.

Places to Visit in Indonesia: 

Borobudur, Borneo, Gili Islands, Komodo National Park, Sacred Monkey Forest in Ubud, Mount Bromo, Tana Toraja, Lake Toba, Raja Ampat, etc are the top attractions to see in Indonesia. Bali and its beaches are the most visited places in Indonesia, the perfect place for every honeymoon couple. 

Fiji

Fiji is another country that allows Indian citizens to visit without a visa. On arrival, Indian nationals are granted a visitor’s permit visa valid for up to 4 months. Before the initial permit expires, extensions to the permit may be granted upon application and the fees will be charged for a maximum of two additional months.

Places to Visit in Fiji: 

Sri Siva Subramaniya Swami Temple, Fiji Museum, Kula Wild Adventure Park, Colo-I-Suva Forest Park, Mamanuca Islands, Garden of the Sleeping Giant, etc are the top attractions to see in Fiji. 

Qatar

If you are planning an international trip and don’t have a passport or visa,  you don’t need to worry. If your stay in Qatar is up to a period of 30 days, you don’t need to carry any visa. A Visa Waiver can be received upon arrival in the country, which will be valid for 180 days from the date of issue. It is applicable for both single and multiple trips. But if your stay extends for 30 days,  your Qatar visa becomes compulsory.

Places to Visit in Qatar: 

Souq Waqif, the National Museum of Qatar, Katara Cultural Village, the Museum of Islamic Art, Aspire Park, The Pearl-Qatar, etc are the top attractions to see in Qatar. 

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