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You can travel visa-free to these 60 countries on an Indian passport

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Updated May 10 2023

You can travel visa-free to these 60 countries on an Indian passport


If you hold an Indian passport, you can now travel to 60 countries in the world without a prior visa.

India has the 83rd most powerful passport in the world as per the Henley Passport Index: Q1 2022 Global Ranking.

The Henley Passport Index lists 198 passports and 226 destinations worldwide. In 2022, Oman and Armenia have found their place in the list of countries that Indians can travel to without a prior visa.

The Indian passport is far more powerful than the passports of the neighbouring countries like Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Bhutan and Afghanistan.

The Indian passport gives you visa-free access to 60 countries in Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Europe, the Caribbean and Oceania. If a country has a "visa-free" status, you can just travel there with an Indian passport and be allowed to pass through. Even if you do not require a visa, you should still research the entry criteria of the nation you are going. Also, make sure you don't stay longer than your visa-free period allows; if you're only allowed to stay for three months, go before your time is up. If you overstay your welcome, you may have difficulty returning there in the future. You are not permitted to work or attend school in the nation you are visiting during your visa-free stay.

The Indian passport gives you visa-free access to 60 countries in Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Europe, the Caribbean and Oceania.

Having visa-free access not only makes your travel cheaper but also much easier. You save a whole lot of time by not having to run to travel agents or queueing up at Embassies and Consulates.

The most popular travel destinations among Indians are in Asia itself. Popular destinations like Thailand, Maldives, Nepal, Indonesia, Bhutan, Mauritius and Sri Lanka either provide visa-free or visa-on-arrival entry.

Data shows that Indian passport holders can get a visa-on-arrival in Indonesia with a maximum stay of 30 days. South Africa is also introducing an online visa pilot for Indian tourists.

Where can I travel without a visa on an Indian passport in 2022? If you hold an Indian passport, you do not need a prior visa for these countries:
Asia Armenia
Cambodia (visa on arrival)
Macau (SAR China)
Maldives (visa on arrival)
Myanmar (visa on arrival)
Laos (visa on arrival)
Thailand (visa on arrival)
Timor-Leste (visa on arrival)
Sri Lanka (visa on arrival)
America El Salvador
Bolivia (visa on arrival)
Europe Serbia
Middle East Armenia (visa on arrival)
Jordan (visa on arrival)
Iran (visa on arrival)
Oceania Cook Islands
Marshall Islands (visa on arrival)
Palau Islands (visa on arrival)
Samoa (visa on arrival)
Tuvalu (visa on arrival)
Caribbean Barbados
British Virgin Islands
Kitts and Nevis
Lucia (visa on arrival)
Trinidad and Tobago
Vincent and the Grenadines
Africa Comoros (visa on arrival)
Cape Verde Islands (visa on arrival)
Ethiopia (visa on arrival)
Gabon (visa on arrival)
Guinea-Bissau (visa on arrival)
Kenya (visa on arrival)
Madagascar (visa on arrival)
Mauritania (visa on arrival)
Mozambique (visa on arrival)
Rwanda (visa on arrival)
Seychelles (visa on arrival)
Sierra Leone (visa on arrival)
Somalia (visa on arrival)
Tanzania (visa on arrival)
Togo (visa on arrival)
Uganda (visa on arrival)
Zimbabwe (visa on arrival)

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