8 May 2019 | 4 min read

No Visa, No Problem: 6 Countries That Offer Visa On Arrival


The checklist for things and documents when travelling abroad usually stops at the passport, right? A passport, valid tickets, hotel bookings and the feeling of the vacation already sinks it. But then comes to mind that one document that can ruin all your dreams in a moment – a visa! While a rejected visa is surely a disheartening experience, being forgetful about applying for a visa until the last moment is a mistake committed by many, especially if the plan is sudden. However, there is a way to keep these worries away; by travelling abroad to these six countries, as all of them offer visa on arrival to Indians!

1. Bhutan, Asia

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With a breath-taking Himalayan landscape, Tibet is the land where snow-capped peaks rise above deep, shadowy gorges of vast forests. Priding themselves on promoting sustainable tourism in line with the philosophy of GNP {Gross National Happiness}, Bhutan is the land of dzongs, monasteries, handicrafts, and Buddhist culture that one can visit in Asia.

Bhutan offers Visa on Arrival for Indian citizens and can be visited by land or air.

2. Seychelles, Africa

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An archipelago of 115 islands situated in the Indian Ocean off East Africa, Seychelles is home to numerous beaches, nature reserves and coral reefs along with rare animals like the giant Aldabra tortoise. Other than the obvious relaxing resort villas facing the sea, other places that you should visit here include the Beau Vallon and Anse Takamaka beaches, along with the mountain rainforests of Morne Seychellois National Park.

Tip – Book your tickets on Indigo and use your digibank debit card to avail exciting discounts.

3. Sri Lanka

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For many years, travellers have often ignored Sri Lanka for its other nearby alternatives like India, Bhutan, and Nepal. But the last few decades have seen a constant rise in tourists to this country which is known for its stunning beaches, timeless ruins, friendly locals, and famous teas. Home to ancient sites where legendary temples boast beautiful details even as they shelter in caves or perch on prominent peaks, this country is a true delight for any architecture and culture enthusiast.

Plus, with national parks that are scattered in almost every corner, safari tours here promise encounters with leopards, water buffaloes, along with all manner of birds and a passel of primates. Sri Lanka is spectacular, affordable, and still often uncrowded. Now is the best time to discover it.

4. Bolivia, South America

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Bolivia is infamous for a varied terrain spanning across the Andes Mountains, the Atacama Desert and the Amazon Basin rainforest. Why wouldn’t one want to visit this country, especially when you have the option of Visa On Arrival? Its administrative capital La Paz situated on the Andes’ Altiplano plateau offers brilliant views of snow-capped Mt. Illimani. Another must-visit region in this country is the glass-smooth Lake Titicaca, the continent’s largest lake, which also shares its border with Peru.

5. Montserrat, North America

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A mountainous Caribbean island, Montserrat is a delight for all types of travellers. A British Overseas Territory in the Leeward Islands, this region is a part of the Lesser Antilles chain, in the West Indies.

Book your tickets and head here for an unadulterated experience of black-sand beaches, coral reefs, cliffs and shoreline caves.

6. Fiji, Oceania

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Rugged landscapes, palm-lined beaches and coral reefs with clear lagoons, this archipelago of 300 islands is a must-visit for everyone! One of the most developed economies of the Pacific Islands, Fiji’s two major islands are Viti Levu and Vanua Levu. Fiji has three official languages under the 1997 constitution: English, Fijian, and Hindi, making it an even more obvious reason to put this country offering Visa on Arrival in your bucket list.

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