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Top 7 Visa-free Budget-Friendly Travel Destination for Indians

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Do you know some countries allow the Indians to enter their country without a visa for travel purposes?

In 2020, a few countries have already announced that Indians don’t require a visa to travel in their country. Isn’t that exciting?

Now, if you visit these places, you no longer have to hustle for getting a visa, just a few documents will work, and they will let you enter their country.

Earlier, if someone plans a trip outside India, that was considered a big thing. People with money could afford an aboard trip; also, the entire process of visa, passport, and ticketing weren’t as easy as it is today.

But with years passing by, several countries are emphasizing on tourism as a source of revenue-generating. So, the government of these countries is getting lean towards the tourist visa process.

People love traveling, and now even in India, travel enthusiasts plan their honeymoon or a trip to other countries.

You can see Indians everywhere in European countries, the US, or in South Asian countries too.

So, there are around 40- 50 countries that allow either on arrival visas or visa-free to the Indian tourists. If you search on Google, you will find several articles written on the same.

So, I won’t be naming those countries individually, but I will tell the top 7 visa-free budget-friendly travel destinations for the Indians.

Maldives

The Maldives is an island of pristine blue water and incredibly beautiful coral life. It is one of the best honeymoon destinations that every newlywed couple dream of going.

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Do you want to travel there? Do you want to spend the most romantic days of your life here in the Maldives?

Now, you can get there easily without any requirement of a visa. As an Indian tourist, all you need is a passport that is valid for six months, your travel details, and a return ticket.

A trip to the Maldives can be expensive, so if you book the tickets early on time, it will benefit you.

You can have a look at the deals on Makemytrip or Goibibo.

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Seychelles

Seychelles is a great place for honeymoons, and with 115 islands, Seychelles has ranked on the list of favorites in the world for couples and nature lovers.

Many people don’t know that Seychelles does offer Indian tourists a visitor permit for three months. This heavenly, beautiful place welcomes everyone with a full heart and encourages travelers to enjoy their country.

Even a few years ago, Seychelles wasn’t a common travel destination, but now couples want to travel there and explore the beauty of this island.

 Seychelles travel destination for Indians

Bhutan

Bhutan, the happiest country on the earth that you should visit once in your lifetime. Its architectural brilliance, picturesque monasteries, and interacting with the locals, traveling to Bhutan could give you an entirely new experience. 

So, do you require a tourist visa to travel to Bhutan?

No. Indian nationals do not require a visa to enter Bhutan. All they need is valid documents like ID proof, travel details, and a passport.

Bhutan is an amazing budget-friendly country that allows visa-free entry to the Indians. So, what are you waiting for?

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You can start planning your next trip to Bhutan. It is also the best trending travel destination in 2020.

 Bhutan the budget-friendly travel destination

Sri Lanka

Among the many other countries that are open to Visa-free entry to the Indian nationals, I must not forget mentioning about Sri Lanka.

The southernmost small country is very well known for its scenic nature, beaches, hills, and greenery. Sri Lanka has a culturally rich history and tradition.

I have seen how travel enthusiasts from the Western countries often don’t consider traveling to Sri Lanka value to money and time.

But even Indians feel visiting Kerala is way better than visiting Sri Lanka as, according to them, Kerala resembles Sri Lanka. I would like to tell them that if they think so, then they are in a misconception.

Perhaps at both the places, the dialect and cuisine may be similar but not the place.

So, if you are looking for a budget-friendly travel destination but nearer to India, then I would say a trip to Sri Lanka would be a wise choice.

Indians would need E-Visa to enter Sri Lanka, and it is valid for 30 days. There are several flights available that connect many major Indian cities to Colombo.

(You can check out flight availability on MakeMyTrip and Goibibo. You can also check the flight cost deals on booking.com, if you use it frequently.)

Sri lanka"

Cambodia

Cambodia is yet another one of the few countries that offer visas on arrival to the Indian nationals, and it is a considerably budget-friendly travel destination.

If you are someone who loves to explore and learn more about the history and mythology of a place, then visit Cambodia.

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Despite being an underdeveloped country, it is a quiet alluring country to visit.

So, for the documents you would be needed a valid passport, you’re your return ticket confirmation and ID proof with a photograph for general validation.

There are a lot of key spots that you can visit and enjoy like Koh Kong, Bokor National Park, etc. If you want a complete travel guide on Cambodia, you can check out the blog of one of the most reliable travel bloggers, Nomadicmatt.

 Cambodia
photo credit: Britannica.com

Malaysia

A country represents a blend of skyscrapers and natural beauty. People of different religions and different religious and ethnic values. Malaysia is one of the best-developed countries in the South Asian region.

Indians love visiting Singapore and Malaysia on their family vacation or honeymoon.

So, if you haven’t yet visited this beautiful country, worry not as Malaysia offers Indians the option for E-Visa. But if you are traveling from Thailand, then you can get a visa on arrival, which is hassle-free.

Nepal

Undoubtedly, a trip to Nepal for the Indians is a very budget-friendly travel destination. A country that has so much to offer to its tourists.

Nepal is mainly dependent on its tourism industry for the country’s revenue. A complete seven days of a trip to Nepal can give you several beautiful memories to treasure.

Indians are lucky that they don’t require Visa to enter the country of Himalayas.

There are direct flights available from the major Indian cities to Nepal. But if you want to save money on flights, then you must plan and book your tickets at least three months before.

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Conclusion:

So these are the seven best countries that are budget-friendly and pocket-friendly. You don’t have to face any visa issues, you don’t have to waste your time and energy in visa approval. You can plan a vacation or trip to these travel destinations and experience your journey.

Hello, I am Paulomi Dutta stay in Pune, India with my loving husband. I love to read, travel and cook. I have been thinking about blogging for the past three years and now finally all is set to start my World Up Close. I will be writing about places, relationships, good and smart living and lastly, will be writing on money and financial tips. My motive is to help others through whatever knowledge I have and can share with you all. Being an introvert person, two things I love the most painting and writing. Both involve sharing thoughts with the outer world. I hope my little effort to help through my articles will be appreciable and noticed. Thank you.

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