First published September 15, 2022 at 11:51 a.m. IST
Traveling is a way to relax and rejuvenate our spirit, especially with all the stressful and laborious routines we all go through on a daily basis. Some people also travel for the thrill and excitement they experience; some travel destinations will be on their bucket lists and would be waiting early for them to top it off. Traveling helps us create memories that will forever hold a special place in our hearts.
International travel may require a visa, depending on your destination and length of stay. Going through all the paperwork and formalities can be a killjoy when planning an international trip. Applying for a visa and going through all the paperwork can be time consuming. The good news is that there are certain countries where you can enter and exit without a visa. Social media travel influencer Shenaz Treasury shares the list of countries we can travel to without a visa in her Instagram post. The countries listed can be crossed without a ticket if you have an Indian passport, the 83rd most powerful passport in the world. Here is the list of contras given by Shenaz Treasury:
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Maldives: The Maldives can be an ideal vacation destination for leisure purposes. It can be rejuvenating and an escape from all the chaos of the city. It is one of the most breathtaking destinations in the world. Everything about the Maldives is unique. You might be wrong if you think the Maldives is just for honeymooners. The Maldives is a destination that can be visited all year round. Whichever month you plan your visit, the Maldives will never disappoint.
Oman: you can experience the best of Saudi Arabia. It is a family vacation destination. A country with interwoven natural beauty. It is famous for its ancient irrigation system fortresses and terraced orchards. The coast of Oman is lined with beaches with charming resorts and hotels. It is best to visit Oman between October and April Thailand – Thailand is full of cultural and natural destinations that attract tourists. With the slogan “Amazing Thailand”, it is truly a fantastic destination to travel. The country shares borders with Laos and Cambodia to the east, Myanmar to the north, the Andaman Sea to the west, and the Gulf of Thailand to the south. The ornate Buddha deities and their shimmering Thai temples are a major attraction here, and Wat Phra Kaew is a must-see.
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Qatar: Qatar is one of the Gulf destinations. Qatar brings together the world of hospitality and cosmopolitanism. The National Museum of Qatar and the Museum of Islamic Art are architectural masterpieces. Some famous attractions are – Islamic Art, Katara Cultural Village, Doha Corniche, Qatar National Library, City Center Mall, Aqua Loung and Oxygene Club.
Sri Lanka: It is a popular destination, especially among Indians. Sri Lanka is known for its rich Buddhist culture. It also offers a list of various sightseeing options. This island country has fantastic tropical landscapes and brings a relaxed and refreshed vacation. Despite its small size, Sri Lanka has high biodiversity and wildlife resources. Many species of flora and fauna are native to Sri Lanka. This has made the island a country with the highest rates of biological endemism in the world.
Mauritius: It is a safe destination with a low crime rate. It is surrounded by coral reefs and pure crystal clear water, with the option of many water sports available. Tourism in Mauritius is an essential component of the Mauritian economy and an important source of foreign exchange earnings. Mauritius is mainly appreciated by tourists for its natural environment and its man-made attractions, the multi-ethnic and cultural diversity of the population, the tropical climate, the beaches and the water sports.
Bhutan: It is framed in stunning valleys with stunning mountain views. It is filled with colorful culture for tourists to experience. Bhutan’s unique culture and traditions to the outside world have opened up its isolated country to outsiders. The most important tourist centers are the capital of Bhutan, Thimphu, and the western city of Paro. Taktshang, a cliffside monastery (called the “Tiger’s Nest” in English) overlooking the Paro Valley, is one of the country’s attractions.
Last updated Sep 15, 2022 at 11:51 a.m. IST