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Indians Can Visit Visa-Free As India's Passport gets stronger

Indians Can Visit Visa-Free As India's Passport gets stronger

In recent years, the prospect of international travel for Indian passport holders has significantly improved, reflecting India's growing global influence. The Henley Passport Index, released on Tuesday, highlights India's passport ranking at 80th globally, granting its citizens the privilege of visa-free travel to an impressive 62 countries. This convenience is a testament to India's diplomatic efforts and enhanced global standing.

The list of destinations accessible to Indian passport holders without the hassle of a visa application spans a diverse range of nations. From the picturesque landscapes of Bhutan to the vibrant cultures of Indonesia and Jamaica, Indians now have the opportunity to explore a broad spectrum of countries. The British Virgin Islands, Cambodia, and Iran are among the nations where visa requirements are waived, showcasing the widening scope of India's diplomatic success.

This positive development aligns with the broader trend of increasing global mobility for Indian citizens. Among the noteworthy countries on the list are Kenya, Jordan, and Malaysia, offering Indian travelers diverse experiences from wildlife safaris to historical landmarks. The inclusion of Oman, Qatar, and Thailand further enhances the accessibility of popular tourist destinations in the Middle East and Southeast Asia.

List of Countries:

Angola Barbados Bhutan Bolivia British Virgin Islands Burundi Cambodia Cape Verde Islands Comoro Islands Cook Islands Djibouti Dominica El Salvador Ethiopia Fiji Gabon Grenada Guinea-Bissau Haiti Indonesia Iran Jamaica Jordan Kazakhstan Kenya Kiribati Laos Macao (SAR China) Madagascar Malaysia Maldives Marshall Islands Mauritania Mauritius Micronesia Montserrat Mozambique Myanmar Nepal Niue Oman Palau Islands Qatar Rwanda Samoa Senegal Seychelles Sierra Leone Somalia Sri Lanka Saint Kitts and Nevis St Lucia St Vincent and the Grenadines Tanzania Thailand Timor-Leste Togo Trinidad and Tobago Tunisia Tuvalu Vanuatu Zimbabwe

Indians Can Visit Visa-Free As India's Passport gets stronger

Indians Can Visit Visa-Free As India's Passport gets stronger

In recent years, the prospect of international travel for Indian passport holders has significantly improved, reflecting India's growing global influence. The Henley Passport Index, released on Tuesday, highlights India's passport ranking at 80th globally, granting its citizens the privilege of visa-free travel to an impressive 62 countries. This convenience is a testament to India's diplomatic efforts and enhanced global standing.

The list of destinations accessible to Indian passport holders without the hassle of a visa application spans a diverse range of nations. From the picturesque landscapes of Bhutan to the vibrant cultures of Indonesia and Jamaica, Indians now have the opportunity to explore a broad spectrum of countries. The British Virgin Islands, Cambodia, and Iran are among the nations where visa requirements are waived, showcasing the widening scope of India's diplomatic success.

This positive development aligns with the broader trend of increasing global mobility for Indian citizens. Among the noteworthy countries on the list are Kenya, Jordan, and Malaysia, offering Indian travelers diverse experiences from wildlife safaris to historical landmarks. The inclusion of Oman, Qatar, and Thailand further enhances the accessibility of popular tourist destinations in the Middle East and Southeast Asia.

List of Countries:

Angola Barbados Bhutan Bolivia British Virgin Islands Burundi Cambodia Cape Verde Islands Comoro Islands Cook Islands Djibouti Dominica El Salvador Ethiopia Fiji Gabon Grenada Guinea-Bissau Haiti Indonesia Iran Jamaica Jordan Kazakhstan Kenya Kiribati Laos Macao (SAR China) Madagascar Malaysia Maldives Marshall Islands Mauritania Mauritius Micronesia Montserrat Mozambique Myanmar Nepal Niue Oman Palau Islands Qatar Rwanda Samoa Senegal Seychelles Sierra Leone Somalia Sri Lanka Saint Kitts and Nevis St Lucia St Vincent and the Grenadines Tanzania Thailand Timor-Leste Togo Trinidad and Tobago Tunisia Tuvalu Vanuatu Zimbabwe

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