Updated October 2022
According to the Henley Passport Index, a country’s passport strength is defined by the total number of foreign locations to which its citizens have visa-free entry.
With an Indian passport in 2022, you can travel to several locations all across the world without needing a visa.
Note: While travelling to the following countries does not require Indian passport holders to obtain a visa, there may be requirements pertaining to COVID testing and/or vaccination to be met before entry is granted. Make sure to check the latest travel requirements if you’re planning on travelling to any of the listed countries.
Indian travelers can stay in Serbia for up to 30 days without a visa. However, they should not be working or enrolling in any kind of educational program.
Considered one of the most beautiful destinations in the world, Indonesia allows Indian travelers to enter the country for up to 30 days. Travelers can also apply for a free visa on arrival which will be valid for only 30 days. As long as travelers have a set itinerary and have the funds to support their stay, they can expect to have a good time in this country.
- Northern Cyprus
Very few American nations allow Indians to travel to their countries visa-free. One such country is El Salvador, which permits visa free entry for Indian nationals, provided they purchase a tourist card upon arrival – valid for 90 days.
- Saint Kitts and Nevis
- Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
- Trinidad and Tobago
- Turks and Caicos
Fiji’s visa exemption rule allows Indian tourists, along with several other countries, to enter the country without a visa. Tourists entering Fiji are allowed a maximum of a four-month stay period should they enter Fiji via international airports or land borders.
Tourists must ensure that their passports are valid for at least 6 months past the date of departure from Fiji. Travelers must also have proof of an outbound ticket as well as proof of sufficient funds to cover their stay in Fiji.
Indian passport holders are eligible for visa-free access to Barbados for business, tourism, or transit. A maximum stay of 90 days is permitted. The majority of visitors from visa-free nations will just need to show a valid passport.
- British Virgin Islands
Indian tourists are permitted to remain in Mauritius for up to 60 days without obtaining a visa. However, while in Mauritius, Indian visitors should avoid working or studying.