No visa, no problem: 3 awesome places where Indians can enter visa-free

Visa Free

There are plenty of beautiful and exotic locations where Indians can travel without the hassle of getting a visa


We all love to pack our bags and take off – for peace, to unwind and to relax. However, the biggest impediment to all our plans becomes the hassle of applying and then waiting for a visa. We know this and hence, we are here to help. There are plenty of beautiful and exotic locations where Indians can travel to without the hassle of getting a visa.

Fiji islands

This is an archipelago of 300 islets, and the Fiji islands has amazing coral reefs and awesome beaches which will serve as a great visual treat for the visitors. Also, Fiji is home to different ethnic groups and hence, you can also witness traditional practices like the Kava ceremony.

Fiji is ranked as one of the happiest countries in the world and there are plenty of activities which include surfing, hiking, sky diving, and zip-lining.

Bear in mind, duration of stay without a visa is 120 days.


This one is a beautiful island country where one will find men wearing skirts, where food is prepared under the ground, and where one can go hunting for undiscovered waterfalls, swim with giant sea turtles and clams. And after all the adventures, when you are tired, sleep on the beach.

This is a tropical country and is also home to many cave pool and sea trenches.

Duration of stay without a visa is60 days.


The Macau peninsula falls along with the islands of Coloane and Taipa and forms the Macao Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China. It is also known as the ‘Vegas of China’, and has the best casinos and resorts.

The luxury entertainment, which is the biggest draw here, is world-class! It is on the banks of Pearl River estuary in the Chinese Southern Coast.

Length of stay without a visa is 30 days.


So, plan a trip to any of these exotic locations and share this article to help others too.

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