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20 countries that allow Indians visa on arrival

Last updated on: May 2, 2013 06:25 IST

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The most stressful thing for most Indians planning to travel abroad is not the price of the ticket, but securing a visa. Unlike Americans and Europeans, majority of countries around the world require Indians to obtain visa prior to travelling.

But there are some nations that allow Indians to get the visa after landing.

Let's take a look at 20 countries that allow Indians visa on arrival.

Source: visasforindians.com

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Image: A tourist sits on an elephant's trunk during the opening of the King's Cup Elephant Polo Tournament in the resort town of Hua-Hin, some 160km south of Bangkok, Thailand.
Photographs: Sukree Sukplang/Reuters
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Thailand

Visa regulations: Thailand visa for Indians can be obtained on arrival for a maximum stay of 14 days by paying a fee of 1,000 baht. Visitors are required to hold onward or return flight tickets along with evidence of funds of at least 10,000 baht per person to cover their stay.

Address of the place where they'll be staying in Thailand also needs to be provided along with two recent passport size photos.

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Image: A skytrain passes over vehicles in Bangkok, Thailand.
Photographs: Kerek Wongsa/Reuters

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Hong Kong

Visa regulations: Hong Kong visa for Indians can be obtained on arrival for a maximum stay of 14 days. Visitors are required to show evidence of sufficient funds to cover their stay in Hong Kong and hold travel documents, including visas and confirmed flight tickets, required for their return or next destination.

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Image: A view of the Central District in Hong Kong.
Photographs: Bobby Yip/Reuters

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Nepal

Visa regulations: Nepal visa for Indians is not required for those holding proof of nationality and coming from India.

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Image: Swyambhu Nath Stupa is illuminated on the second day of the Tihar festival in Kathmandu, Nepal.
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Maldives

Visa regulations: Maldives visa for Indians can be obtained on arrival for a maximum stay of 30 days. Visitors are required to hold documents required for their next destination.

Passengers who do not have a hotel reservation are required to hold at least $30 per person per day to cover their stay.

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Image: Tourist huts on a reef at a resort island in Male, Maldives.
Photographs: Reinhard Krause/Reuters

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Seychelles

Visa regulations: Seychelles visa for Indians can be obtained on arrival for free for a maximum stay of 30 days provided holding an onward or return ticket and funds of a minimum of $150 per day per person along with proof of accommodation.

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Image: A view of a beach in Seychelles.
Photographs: Ahmed Jadallah/Reuters

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Bolivia

Visa regulations: Bolivia visa for Indians can be obtained on arrival by paying a fee of $52 at La Paz airport.

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Image: Llamas walk on the grass near the edge of the world's largest salt flats, the Salar de Uyuni, at the village of Coquenza in Bolivia.
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El Salvador

Visa regulations: El Salvador visa for Indians can be obtained on arrival by purchasing a tourist card for $10 to stay for a maximum of up to three months.

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Image: A view of downtown San Salvador in El Salvador.
Photographs: Luis Galdamez/Reuters

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Kenya

Visa regulations: Kenya visa for Indians can be obtained on arrival for a maximum stay of three months by paying $50. Visitors are required to show evidence of sufficient funds to cover their stay in Kenya and hold travel documents.

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Image: A view of Nakumatt's shopping mall in Nairobi, Kenya.
Photographs: Noor Khamis/Reuters

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Madagascar

Visa regulations: Madagascar visa for Indians can be obtained on arrival for a maximum stay of 90 days by paying a fee of MGA 140,000 ($75).

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Image: A view of Madagascar's old colonial church (at the top of the hill) in the capital Antananarivo.
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Mozambique

Visa regulations: Mozambique visa for Indians can be obtained on arrival for a maximum stay of 30 days by paying $66. Visitors are required to show evidence of sufficient funds to cover their stay in Mozambique and hold travel documents.

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Image: Local fishermen row their traditional canoe at Cahora Bassa dam in Tete province, Mozambique.
Photographs: Goran Tomasevic/Reuters

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Saint Kitts and Nevis

Visa regulations: Saint Kitts and Nevis visa for Indians can be obtained on arrival for free for a maximum stay of three months provided holding proof of sufficient funds to cover their stay.

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Image: Tourists walk inside the zone known as Port Sante in Basseterre, Saint Kitts and Nevis.
Photographs: Eduardo Munoz/Reuters
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St Lucia

Visa regulations: St Lucia visa for Indians can be obtained on arrival for a maximum stay of six weeks by paying a fee of $50 and holding proof of sufficient funds to cover their stay.

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Image: Music fans dance during the final day of the St Lucia Jazz Festival at Pigeon Island in St Lucia.
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Antarctica

Visa regulations: Since Antarctica is not a part of any country, no visa is required. However, you do need a permit to enter, visas for destinations enroute that you stop at, and a handsome budget.

As most Antarctica flights and cruises depart from Argentina or Chile, you will need to show your passports in either country.

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Image: Emperor penguins are seen in Dumont d'Urville in Antarctica.
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Albania

Visa regulations: Albania visa on arrival can be obtained for those holding a letter issued by the Albanian Ministry of Interior confirming that a visa will be available on arrival.

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Image: People walk after snowfall in the city of Bulqize, some 140km north of capital Tirana in Albania.
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Azerbaijan

Visa regulations: Indians holding an official invitation letter issued by Azerbaijan and pre-cleared before travel can obtain a visa on arrival.

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Image: A view of the main government building in central Baku, Azerbaijan.
Photographs: David Mdzinarishvili/Reuters

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Cambodia

Visa regulations: Cambodia visa for Indians can be obtained on arrival for a maximum stay of 30 days provided holding a passport photo. Applicable fee is $20.

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Image: An aerial view of Phnom Penh and Mekong river in Cambodia.
Photographs: Chor Sokunthea/Reuters

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Fiji

Visa regulations: Fiji visa for Indians can be obtained on arrival for a maximum stay of four months. Visitors are required to show evidence of sufficient funds to cover their stay in Fiji and hold travel documents.

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Image: A woman walks around a swimming pool at an international hotel in Suva, Fiji.
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Macau

Visa regulations: Macau visa for Indians can be obtained on arrival for a maximum stay of 30 days. Visitors are required to show evidence of sufficient funds ($60) to cover their stay in Macao and hold travel documents.

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Image: A croupier stands in front of a gaming table inside a casino in Macau.
Photographs: Bobby Yip/Reuters
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Laos

Visa regulations: Laos visa for Indians can be obtained on arrival for a maximum stay of 30 days provided holding a return or onward ticket, all travel documents required for next destination, a confirmed hotel reservation, one passport size photograph and a fee of $30.

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Image: A view of Pha That Luang, the golden stupa, a national symbol of Laos, in Vientiane.
Photographs: Tim Chong/Reuters
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Djibouti

Visa regulations: Djibouti visa for Indians can be obtained on arrival for a maximum stay of one month. Visitors are required to show evidence of sufficient funds to cover their stay and hold travel documents.


Image: Fishermen at the harbour in Obock town in Djibouti.
Photographs: Ed Harris/Reuters

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