I bet you are happy reading the title of this listicle! You know how your travel plans can get ruined if you don’t get Visa on time.

But you know you have got my back, or say the back of these countries with easy Visa guidelines. Check out this listicle and let me know in the comments below, Which country you will be traveling next?

– Vanuatu

If you hold an Indian passport and are not planning your stay for more than 30 days, You don’t need a Visa to visit Vanuatu. But there are some requirements to be followed-

Requirements:

  1. Passport with the validity of at least 6 months.
  2. Return Tickets.
  3. Proof that you have sufficient funds for the stay.
  4. Necessary travel or government documents.

The country is an independent island nation and is located in the South Pacific ocean.
Vanuatu consists of an assembly of approximately 80 islands covering an area of 1,300 kilometers.

The country’s official name is the Republic of Vanuatu and is home to many active volcanoes.

During your stay in the country, you can hike through the country’s forests and dive into the marine life of the island.

– El Salvador

El Salvador or the Republic of El Salvador is yet another country with easy Visa guidelines.

The country boasts a tropical climate and continues to attract tourists from around the globe with its nightlife and beaches.

The beaches are a surfer’s delight. Salvadoran culture has largely been Americanized and you can guess the idea of the same from American-style malls, stores, and restaurants around the country.

El Salvador offers easy Visa on arrivals. You can also obtain a tourist card with a validity of three months.

Requirements:

  1. Passport with the validity of at least 6 months.
  2. Return Tickets.
  3. Completed and signed application form.
  4. Proof that you have sufficient funds for the stay.
  5. Necessary travel or government documents.

– Macau

Macau is an Asian country and is also known as the Las Vegas of Asia.

The country which was once colonized by the Portuguese now is a Chinese special administrative region.

If gambling is what you are looking for you can easily find many luxurious casinos and hotels. The city resembles much to it’s neighboring city Hong-Kong.  

Did you know? Macau is the 6th most traveled city in the world and gambling contributes 50% to its economy. 

You don’t need a Visa If you aren’t planning to stay more than 14 days in the Las Vegas of Asia. 

Requirements –

  1. Passport with the validity of at least 60 months.
  2. Return Tickets within 14 days.
  3. Employment proof.
  4. Foreign currency and International credit.
  5. Booking details for your stay.

– Jamaica

Jamaica packs everything that a nature lover can desire rainforests, reef-lined beaches, lush topography of mountains.

If Jamaica is what your next trip looks like!

Don’t forget to miss the National Gallery of Jamaica, Blue Mountain Park, Nanny Falls, Greenwood Great House, and Reach Falls among many.

Feel free to move on the beats of Bob Marley as you don’t need a Visa for a stay up to 30 days.

Requirements-

  1. Booking Details of your stay.
  2. Valid Passport till your intended stay.
  3. Proof that you have sufficient funds for the stay.
  4. Arrival and Departure tickets.

– Micronesia
Doesn’t Micronesia sound like a strange name? 

Micronesia is located in the Western Pacific ocean and is a remote country with its natural beauty intact.

The country compromises more than 600 islands and is made up of 4 island states namely Pohnpei, Kosrae, Chuuk, and Yap. 

Where the natural beauty of the country is enchanting, Country’s No-Visa policy for a stay up to 30 days can tempt you to plan your next holiday ASAP.

Requirements-

  1. Booking Details of your stay.
  2. Valid Passport and Valid documents issued by the government up to 120 days or above.
  3. Proof that you have sufficient funds for the stay.
  4. Arrival and Departure tickets.

– Bhutan

Bhutan is a neighboring country that doesn’t shy away when it comes to Tourism.

The country has a beautiful landscape combined with a wide variety of flora and fauna.

You can travel to Bhutan only through their national airline Druk Air or by road.

Bhutan is well aware of its environment and its unique culture and only allows a limited number of individuals as tourists at a time.   

Where the country has a No-Visa policy for Indian nationals, Bhutan charges 250 U.S dollars per day from tourists to cover the impact of tourism on its environment. Relax, for now, Indian nationals don’t have to pay any such fees!

Condition:

Seven-day entry-cum-stay permit from the border offices.

Requirements:

  1. Indian Passport with a validity of 6-months.
  2. 2 passport-size photographs
  3. Voter ID.
  4. Booking details of your stay
  5. Marriage certificate copy for couples

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