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India: Places You Can Travel To Without The Visa Woes

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Securing a visa for your abroad travels is probably the toughest. All the effort that goes into getting that one stamp on your passport, sometimes, makes you question the worth of your trip. But not anymore, with so many countries offering visa on arrival, travelling abroad is not so much a daunting experience.

Check out these amazing destinations where you can go to, without facing any of the visa hassles.

1. Jordan

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Jordan is an incredibly diverse country. You can get yourself a visa for two weeks on arrival with an approximate fee of USD 30. Floating without a life jacket in the dead sea is something that you must try out. Its high salt content makes it impossible for you to drown. There is so much salt, that nothing can survive in the water.

Also, if you are into Mediterranean food, you’re going to love Jordan. You do not want to miss their national dish of mansef. It is an addictive meal of rice and lamb covered in yogurt sauce.

2. Macau

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Macau, the ‘Las Vegas of Asia’, falls under the special administrative region of China. Apart from being the mecca of flamboyant casinos, it is also a popular destination for duty-free shopping. And you can do all that for a month without a travel visa! How cool is that?

3. Fiji

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Famous for its soft coral diving, white sand beaches and pristine natural environment, don’t be surprised if Fiji leaves you mesmerized.  Located in the south pacific, Fiji is composed of 320 tropical volcanic islands with 110 that are actually inhabited. You can stay here for up to 120 days without worrying about your travel visa.

4. Jamaica

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What really makes Jamaica the slice of paradise is its gorgeous long sandy stretches, crystal clear water and rich cultural heritage. Indian nationals do not need a visa to learn about the Jamaican cuisine, tradition, art, language, music and blend in with this Caribbean delight.

5. Kenya

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From hand feeding Giraffes,to taking breathtaking balloon safaris at dawn, there is a lot that you can do in Kenya and you can obtain a visa on arrival for a maximum of 90 days by paying USD 50.  In just one trip to Kenya, you can plan a safari that blends adventure and relaxation, luxury and natural simplicity, social experiences and solitude.

6. Bolivia

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Superlative in its natural beauty, Bolivia is one of South America’s most diverse nations. The landscapes, views, and nature-born experiences will elevate you to a new proximity with the natural world. For climbers, the steep mountain peaks offer a lifetime’s worth of adventure. You can obtain a visa on arrival by paying a fee of USD 52 at La Paz airport.

7. Cambodia

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Indians can obtain a Visa on Arrival for Cambodia, for a maximum stay of 30 days, by paying a fee of USD 20. The Angkor Wat will entrance you with its rich history of the Angkorian period and fine carvings of Lord Vishnu.

8. Seychelles

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Located in the Indian Ocean, Seychelles is unsurprisingly a choice place for newlyweds, owing to its dreamlike setting. However, this archipelago is not only for the newlyweds. There are jungle and coastal walks, boat excursions, and diving and snorkelling for the travel enthusiasts who run on a high dose of energy.

Fellow Indians can obtain a visa on arrival for a maximum stay of 30 days.

9. Mauritius

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Mauritius will make you feel like you belong, and why not, when you do not require a tourist visa for a stay of sixty days!  Mauritius is a melting pot where past and present are smoothly blended together. Its multitude of colours and tastes will compel to return to its shores time and time again.

 

10. Cape Verde

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You get your visa on arrival to this stunning island country with its out of the world beaches. It’s dotted with colourful, cobbled towns, like Santa Maria where you will find surf shops, traditional restaurants and a pretty square lined with al fresco cafés.

So, let the wave of wanderlust overcome you!

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