Travelling is an adventure we all love to go on; meeting new people, learning the culture and visiting new places is an absolute delight. Though the tiring and to me consuming part of travelling abroad is getting all the paperwork done for your visa and it is actually quite hard to get a visa for some places. But worry not because there are a couple countries which have allowed visa free travels for Indians which saves you from all the time consuming paperwork.
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Seychelles is an absolute beauty of an island nation which has visa free travel fof Indians. This island nation comprises of 115 islands located off the coast of East Africa. This place is perfect for a getaway from all your worries and just relax by the stunning beaches of Seychelles.
The nation is best known for it absolutely gorgeous pink sand beach in La Digue which is one of the only beach with pink sand rather than normal sand. You can make the most fabulous sand castles with all the pink sand in La Digue. Not just known for its beaches; the beautiful nation is also known for having two UNESCO sites with Aldabra i.e. the second largest coral atoll in the world which is known for the largest population of Giant Tortoises in the world and Vallée de Mai in Praslin Island with it unique flora and fauna.
If you get tired of all the beaches and animals then you can always stop at the Takamaka Bay Distillery for a tour and a nice drink.
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The magical city of Bhutan is another place where Indians can visit visa free and is also amongst the most frequent places Indians love visiting. Bhutan is known for its majestic monasteries, its rich culture and kindhearted people. You can easily drive to Bhutan if you want or take a train, bus or flight. Travelling to Bhutan is actually quite economic and convenient.
If you love learning more about culture then you must visit Phuentsholing. In the town you can visit the Karbandi Monastery, which has a breathtaking view of the Bengal plains. But if you want to see something fun then there is a Crocodile Breeding Centre, called Amo Chhu that can be a fun place to visit.
You can also visit Thimphu for the best and the most authentic Bhutanese cuisine. After the food you can go to Punakha which is a beautiful valley known for its Dzong/Fortress. This is situated on the confluence of two popular rivers of Bhutan, Mo and Pho.
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Barbados a cultural history as rich as it's landscape. Discovered by the Spaniards; Barbados was later colonised by the Britishers. You can still see the Spanish and British influence in Barbados till date. The most luxurious and well developed Carabian island nation is sure to blow away your expectations.
If you are visiting Barbados and have a taste for alcohol then you must visit the Fisherman’s Pub. Chat up with the locals and learn about it's rich history while enjoying your drink. But if drinking is not your interest then you can always visit The Barbados Wildlife Reserve and if you want to relax by the beach then Barbados haa beautiful beaches to visit at your disposal with cute cozy cafes to go after a nice swim.
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Maldives is like the honeymoon capital for Indians. The picture perfect Maldives is a place you must visit at least once. Stressed and tired of your everyday life? Visit Maldives for an amazing getaway and let all your worries slip away.
There are loads of water adventure sports for you to try from jet skies to scuba diving; scuba diving in Maldives is almost divine. But if adventure sports are not your thing then you can travel around the islands but make sure to visit the capital of Malé for it's out of the world underwater hotels and resorts.
What you must not miss at Maldives is its shining white beaches and varied marine life. It is almost a sin to go to Maldives and not see the magical glowing planktons.
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Nepal is another country which has given Indians a visa free entry and rightfully so given how close India and Nepal relations are. The beautiful country has lured tourists from all across the globe by its amazing culture, people and the sceneries. Some are here for the mountains, some to trek the Himalayas and some are here just for the mouth watering food.
Katmandu is one place which is known for its cultural significance in the region. Here you will see the historic attractions and monuments but if history is not your cup of tea then you must go and visit Chitwan National Park or the lakeside town of Pokhara.
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