List Of Countries Where Indians Can Travel Without Passport

If you want to travel outside India but don’t have a passport or visa, here are some countries you can check out.

Everyone longs to see the world and learn about other ways of life. However, without a passport, international travel is impossible. Indian citizens can skip the passport needed for several international destinations. While a passport is not necessary to enter these countries, you will still be asked to provide evidence of identification. Aadhaar card holders under the age of 15 or above the age of 65 are also restricted from entering these countries.

From India, you may travel to Nepal and Bhutan without a passport. A passport valid for not less than a year or a government-issued photo ID is required for entry into Bhutan. When visiting this nation, minors must have either a birth certificate or a school ID. You may get to Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal, by taking a flight from any major airport in India. Proof of Indian citizenship paper is all that is needed.

Aadhaar or a voter ID card would suffice for this purpose. India has visa-free travel privileges with 58 countries (including Bhutan and Nepal). A passport is necessary to enter these nations, though. Some of these places are Mauritius, Macau, Bhutan, Kenya, Uganda, Qatar, Zimbabwe, the Maldives, and Thailand.

Visa Waiver Destinations for Indians

Indian citizens do not always need a visa to travel to other countries. To put it plainly, visa-free travel is the ability to visit a nation without first obtaining a visa. To enter such visa-free nations, you need to carry evidence of identity with you. Albania, Thailand, Oman, Indonesia, Fiji, and many more do not require visas for entry.

It is not necessary to apply for a visa in advance of travel if you want to enter the country through a visa-free entry port. Some nations, like Myanmar, Bolivia, Maldives, Sri Lanka, Cambodia, etc., allow visitors to get visas upon arrival.

Destinations You Can't-Miss in Nepal 

The capital city of Nepal, Kathmandu, is home to several important religious and historical landmarks. Chitwan National Park should go on any nature lover's bucket list since it's a great place to see some of the country's native animals up close. The Everest, Langtang, & Annapurna areas are among the most popular destinations for trekkers and adventurers in Nepal. Pokhara is a hub for trekkers around the country.

Destinations You Can't-Miss in Bhutan 

As the 'Last Shangri-La,' Bhutan is a magical land where ancient Buddhist culture shines brightly. It's perfect for group getaways and individual travel, especially honeymoons. Thimpu, the country's capital, is located in the upper Himalayan hills, providing stunning vistas of the surrounding verdant landscape and river Raidak River. Khangkhu Lhakhang, the National Museum, Tago Lhakhang, & Bondey Lhakhang are just a few of the many monuments, temples, and museums that may be seen in Bhutan.

The greatest way to experience the tranquility of Bhutan's medieval town of Paro is on foot. You shouldn't skip out on seeing Bhutan's Wangdue Phodrang Jigme Dorji National Park, Punakha, in the country's central region, Trongsa, and Phobjikha, either.