Is your Passport is screaming to be stamped!!
Here is the 18 countries where you can travel without Visa.
Famous For : Himalayan views, golden temples, pleasant hill villages and wildlife watching.
Famous for : Himalayan kingdom and traditional Buddhist culture.
Famous for :Colonial centers, Kichwa villages, Amazonian rainforest and heights of Andes.
Famous for : Nicknamed ‘nature island’ as there is no white powdery beaches and rum-fueled pool parties. Known for Boiling Lake, Champagne Reef, rainforest-shrouded volcano and Caribbean’s first long-distance hiking trail.
Famous for : Incomparable luxury, white-sand beaches and underwater world.
Famous for : More than 17,000 islands, of which 8000 are inhabited. It offers countless adventures.
Famous for : Archipelago exquisite beaches, undersea marvels, lush interiors and explore fascinating culture.
8. El Salvador
Famous for : Adventure, Natural greenery beauty and mountain hiking.
Famous for : Beach Island and wonderful sandy seashores.
Famous for : NGO, volunteering and social works with eco friendly environment.
Famous for : Own soundtracks, crystalline waters flowing over gardens of coral, sandy beaches and waterfalls.
Famous for : Sapphire-blue waters, white powdery beaches, luxury resorts that provide a most beautiful views of Indian Ocean.
Famous for : Marshall Islands, Beaches and most human friendly mammal Dolphin.
14. Trinidad and Tobago
Famous for : Caribbean island, with palm trees and white sand.
Famous for : Cruise-ship ports, deserted beaches and resorts, ancient culture, remote and rugged islands and world-class diving.
16. Saint Kitts and Nevis
Famous for : Mountains and related activities to engage your body and mind.
17. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Famous for : Exotic visions and idyllic island life. Caribbean Sea with white-sand beaches on deserted islands, sky-blue water gently lapping the shores and barely a soul around.
Famous for : Vibrant markets and glittering nightlife, beaches of Yoff and N’Gor and lazy beats.
Hope this information will be helpful in planning your next travel to abroad…
Stay tuned for PART II for “58 countries to visit for Indians”…