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When you’re gearing up for an overseas vacation, one of the most significant hurdles is often the timely acquisition of a visa. However, for select travel destinations, you might find yourself in a pleasantly different situation: either being granted a visa on arrival at no cost or enjoying visa-free entry.

In the recent release of the Henley Passport Index rankings, India has made noteworthy progress, climbing five positions to secure the 81st spot. This marks a positive advancement compared to its position in the previous year. This positive shift holds significance for Indian travelers, as it opens up opportunities for visa-free travel to a range of new destinations.

Here are some countries where Indians can avail themselves of visa-free travel privileges:

  1. Barbados
  2. Maldives
  3. Mauritius
  4. Niue Islands
  5. Senegal
  6. Bhutan
  7. Dominica
  8. Grenada
  9. Haiti
  10. Montserrat
  11. Nepal
  12. Samoa
  13. Senegal (Note: This entry appears twice in the list.)
  14. St Vincent and the Grenadines
  15. Suriname
  16. Trinidad and Tobago

It’s important to note that while these destinations grant visa-free entry, a valid passport and other essential documents, such as flight and accommodation details, are still prerequisites for a smooth travel experience.

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