Travel without visa to these 7 ‘wonders’ of the world!Credit: ThinkStock PhotosPlanning
a foreign vacay can be a stressful task even for the most seasoned
travellers. You need to scout for the cheapest flight deals, book
accommodation way ahead of the planned date, plan the itinerary and the logistics. But the most difficult bit of planning a trip is looking into visa requisite.

We say, you can avoid visa hassles by making some smart choices
when it comes to the travel destination. Go ahead and check out the
countries that allow tourists to enter their boundaries without a visa.

Fiji

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Fiji is an island of high fame and striking beauty having no parallel. It is home to the heavenly beaches, top-of-the-line spas, exemplary adventure sports, mind-blowing food
and a melange of cultures. What makes it worth to be added to your
bucket list is the four-month-long visitor permit on arrival. Be sure
you have the return travel tickets, proof of stay, bank statements for
the last three months and a passport valid for six months following date
of arrival.

Niue

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Niue was once the best-kept secrets of the South Pacific but not
anymore. This picturesque island country will floor you with its
limestone cliffs, rock pools, coral reefs and the dolphins. Oh, and did
we mention that you need not bother about getting an entry visa provided
your visit shall last less than 30 days, and you have a return ticket
along with documents supporting you have enough funds.

Tuvalu

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Residence of sea turtles, tropical fishes, gorgeous blue sea, coral reefs, coconut palms and high culture,
Tuvalu has enough to keep you busy for a month! All you need to have is
a proof of stay, enough monies and a passport valid for a period of at
least six months from the date of entry.

Palau

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Add vacationing in Palau your priority for the upcoming holiday
season. It will change everything you think about holidaying in an
island for a good reason, of course. To enjoy its treasure trove of
beauty, Palau grants a 30-day-long visa on arrival to foreign tourists.

Samoa

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The clusters of awe-inspiring islands of the South Pacific, known
by the name of Samoa, have a reputation for being endowed with
picture-perfect spots to wander around and lose yourself in the
wilderness. The fact this country issues entry permits on arrival, which
lasts for up to 60 days, is a good reason to plan a vacation pronto!

Vanuatu

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Indians can look forward for a vacation in Vanuatu, a nation
composed of 80 islands extending 1,300 km to the south of Pacific Ocean.
Hit up Vanuatu to explore
its coral reefs, lagoons made of lovely hue of blue, underwater caverns
and even ruins of the ships that date back to the time of World War 2.

Micronesia

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The dimensions of Micronesia span the western Pacific Ocean and
features 600 plus islands. The destination has four states
namely—Pohnpei, Kosrae, Chuuk and Yap. Micronesia will woo you with its
wealth of palm-shaded beaches, wreck-filled dives and ancient ruins. As a
cherry on the cake, tourists are allowed to enjoy all that with a
visa-free entry for a period of 30 days.