12 places where you can get on arrival visa from India

1. Bhutan

Visit the kingdom of Bhutan and explore its insuperable heights with Visa on arrival. Indian, Bangladeshis and Maldives nationals can obtain a 14 days tourist visa at the port of entry on producing a valid passport with a minimum of 6-month validity.


2. Hong Kong

Explore Hong Kong, the country of skyscrapers and ancient traditions. Indian nationals can enter Hong Kong, with a valid travel document, for a period up to 14 days without a visa.

hong kong

3. Jamaica

Jamaica is well known for its beaches and all-inclusive resorts. Enter this country for 30 days with visa on arrival facility.


4. Jordan

If the ancient monuments of Jordan captivate you, visit this historical country with visa on arrival facility for Indians valid for 2 weeks.


5. Trinidad and Tobago

Trinidad has always accommodated Indians since British Raj. Visit this twin island country off the northern edge of South America with Visa on arrival valid for 90 days.

Trinadad and Tobago

6. El Salvador

From India, you can easily visit this Central American nation known for its Pacific Ocean beaches, surfing and mountainous landscape. Visa on arrival facility is available for a visit of 30 days.


7. Fiji

Visit Fiji, the ultimate destination for every beach bum. Being an Indian national, you can enter its boundaries with visa on arrival valid for 6 months.


8. Mauritius

Visit the pristine beaches of Mauritius with Visa on arrival valid for 14 days for Indian nationals.


9. Ecuador

Visit the diverse landscape of Ecuador that encompasses Amazon jungle, Andean highlands and the wildlife-rich Galapagos Islands with visa on arrival facility for Indians valid for 14 days.


10. Laos

Visit the stunning backwaters of Laos with visa on arrival for Indians valid for 30 days.


11. Macau

Visit Macau, the ultimate destination for understanding the Chinese heritage. Being an Indian, you can avail 30 days visa on arrival to enter this country.


12. Haiti 

Visit Haiti, a Caribbean country that shares the island of Hispaniola with the Dominican Republic to its east. Indians can enter this country for 30 days with visa on arrival facility.


I look my best when I’m totally free, on holiday, walking on the beach.


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