These are the places Indians can visit without a visa

These are the places Indians can visit without a visa

There are many more amazing places in the world and if you are an Indian passport holder you can visit 5 beautiful places, either visa-free or visa on arrival.

1.Salt Hotel

Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia

Visa-free/Visa of arrival: India, Philippines

According to, Salar de Uyuni is world’s largest salt flat. What is a salt flat you ask? It is a flat expanse of land completely covered in salt. Under the sun, it gives off a unique, white shimmer. In this salt flat lies a hotel made entirely of salt – from the walls, to the roof and even the furniture!

2.Vaadhoo Island

Visa-free/Visa of arrival: India, Philippines, Pakistan

The real beauty of Vaadhoo Island can be seen at night. During this time, the waves that crash into the shore turn into a bright, neon blue colour. You can even touch this luminous water!

3.Plain of Jars


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 Xieng Khuang, Laos

Visa-free/Visa of arrival: India, Philippines

Experts say that these stone jars date as far back as 500 BC to AD 200; not much is known about them beyond that. The area where they are standing to this very day was also the usual target for bombing runs during the Indo-China war, yet they have survived.

4.To Sua Ocean Trench


Visa-free/Visa of arrival: India, Philippines, Pakistan

The To Sua Ocean Trench is a 100-foot deep hole located on a volcanic island. There are two ways to get to the spot, either climb down a ladder, or if you’re looking for a thrilling experience, jump off a diving board into the emerald green waters.



Visa-free/Visa of arrival: India, Philippines

Indonesia’s Mount Kelimutu has three lakes – with three different colours. One has a blue shade, the other one is green. And they even have a lake that is blood red.