Indians are quite fond of travelling overseas. Banking on the same idea
are various countries that are offering visa on arrival to Indians. An
international holiday is something that Indians enjoy thoroughly, and
things get even better when the destination of choice has visa on
arrival for Indians. Why? Because getting visa is one of the most
stressful parts of vacation planning. Waiting for hours in embassies and
answering all those annoying questions can really become a big-time
mood off. To make travelling abroad a cakewalk for travellers, there are
a number of countries these days offering visa on arrival facility to
those bitten by the wanderlust bug. You’ll be surprised to know that
there are more than 50 countries where you can just land up and get a
visa stamped on arrival. Recently Zimbabwe was also added to the list
along with a few more countries.
Here is the list of some 50 and more countries that are offering visa on
arrival for Indians. Check them out and start planning your trip
Asia is no less than a wonderland and for Indians, it is a dream
destination. Another point to be noted is Asian countries are easily
accessible and comparatively ‘in-budget’. From the shopping paradise of
Thailand to the little-known-wonder Laos, visa on arrival is offered in
Cambodia, Indonesia, Jordan, Nepal, Maldives, Macau, and Timor Leste.
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Africa’s natural history alone would make a dozen visits here
worthwhile! Fall asleep to the sounds of birds and be a part of the
spectacular scenery that Ethiopia and Madagascar has to offer. The other
African countries that offer visa on arrival are Kenya, Djibouti,
Guinea-Bissau, Mauritius, Tanzania, Uganda, Burundi, Cape Verde,
Comoros, and Togo. Visitors are also required to hold proof of
sufficient funds to cover their stay and documents required for their
next destination. In Seychelles, visitors can obtain a “Visitor’s
Permit” on arrival for a maximum period of 3 months, if holding a return
ticket (if not, then a return ticket must be purchased on arrival);
sufficient funds (minimum of USD 150 or equivalent per day); and proof
of accommodation during stay.
Music, beaches and towering forests are things to look forward to in
North America. Visa-on-arrival is offered to Indians in Jamaica, Saint
Vincent, and the Grenadines, Trinidad and Tobago, El Salvador, Saint
Kitts and Nevis, and St Lucia.
Head to South America and you’d be greeted with colonial towns and white
sandy beaches. Only Bolivia and Guyana offer a visa on arrival for
Oceania is the region centered on the islands of the tropical Pacific
Ocean. Currently four island nations offer Indians a visa on arrival.
These are Fiji, Samoa, Nauru and Tuvalu.
Countries recently added to the list
Zimbabwe, Zambia, Sao Tome and Principe, Rwanda, Malaysia, Georgia, Gabon, Antigua and Barbuda, Cote d’Ivoire, Bahrain
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For obtaining a visa on arrival, visitors would typically need to
furnish return flight tickets, proof of hotel reservations, evidence of
sufficient funds to cover their stay, passport sized photographs, a
passport with adequate empty pages, and the money for fee if required by