22 Dec 2019

Indian Passport 58 Countries Free Visa

Now 58 Visa Free Countries for Indians

Indian Passport 58 Countries Free Visa


India ranks 59th in the list of most powerful passports: Know where you can visit without visa.
Indian passport holders can travel to 58 countries, without visa and on visa on arrival, except India itself.  The country list is based on the 193 members of the United Nations and the other six territories which belong to other countries.

List of countries where Indian passport holders can visit:
S.No.CountryType
1BahraineVisa
2BhutanNo Visa
3BoliviaVisa on Arrival
4CambodiaVisa on Arrival
5Cape VerdeVisa on Arrival
6ComorosVisa on Arrival
7Cote d’IvoireeVisa
8DjiboutiVisa on Arrival
9DominicaNo Visa
10EcuadorNo Visa
11El SalvadorNo Visa
12EthiopiaVisa on Arrival
13FijiNo Visa
14GaboneVisa
15GeorgiaeVisa
16GrenadaNo Visa
17Guinea-BissauVisa on Arrival
18GuyanaVisa on Arrival
19HaitiNo Visa
20IndonesiaVisa on Arrival
21JamaicaNo Visa
22JordanVisa on Arrival
23KenyaeVisa
24LaosVisa on Arrival
25MadagascarVisa on Arrival
26MaldivesVisa on Arrival
27MauritaniaVisa on Arrival
28MauritiusNo Visa
29MicronesiaNo Visa
30MoldovaeVisa
31MyanmareVisa
32NepalNo Visa
33PalauVisa on Arrival
34RwandaeVisa
35Saint Kitts and NevisNo Visa
36Saint LuciaVisa on Arrival
37Saint Vincent and the GrenadinesNo Visa
38SamoaPermit on Arrival
39São Tomé and PríncipeeVisa
40SenegalNo Visa Required
41SeychellesNo Visa
42SomaliaVisa on Arrival
43Sri LankaNo Visa but special permit required
44TanzaniaVisa on Arrival
45ThailandVisa on Arrival
46TogoVisa on Arrival
47Timor-LesteVisa on Arrival
48Trinidad and TobagoNo Visa
49TuvaluVisa on Arrival
50UgandaVisa on Arrival
51VanuatuNo Visa
52ZambiaeVisa
53ZimbabweeVisa
54AntarticaNo Visa/ Execpt  ship
55FYRO MacedoniaNo Visa
56SvalbardNo Visa
57MontserratNo Visa
58Turks & Caicos IslandsNo Visa for Exempted countries, For India it is required

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