Iran and Kenya Open Doors: Visa-Free Travel for Indians

Iran and Kenya Open Doors: Visa-Free Travel for Indians

Some other countries have also granted free visa option for Indians...

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Iran has recently announced intentions to remove visa requirements for citizens of 33 additional countries, including India. This move, disclosed by Iranian Minister Ezzatollah Zarghami, is geared towards boosting tourism by simplifying travel to Iran. The goal is to encourage more people to visit and experience Iran's rich cultural heritage, tourist attractions, and unique handicrafts.

Following the footsteps of nations like Kenya, Malaysia and Sri Lanka, Iran has decided to eliminate visa requirements for people from 33 additional countries, including India. Similarly, starting from January 1, 2024, Kenya is also set to remove visa obligations for global visitors. This move is anticipated to boost Kenya's thriving tourism sector, making travel more hassle-free for those seeking to experience wildlife safaris and beach holidays without the need for a visa.

Starting December 1, 2023, tourists from India and China can now enjoy visa-free visits to Malaysia. Under this new regulation, they are permitted to stay in the country for a maximum of 30 days. This adjustment simplifies the travel process for individuals from India and China, eliminating the need for a visa and allowing them to easily explore Malaysia.

Sri Lanka has launched a visa-free entry program for visitors from India and six additional countries, such as China, Russia, Malaysia, Japan, Indonesia, and Thailand. This initiative is in effect until March 31, 2024, making it more convenient for travelers from these nations to explore Sri Lanka without the need for a visa.

Source: The Indian Express

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