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Hello friends, you also might be stuck in the big visa lines during peak vacations. But now, India has allowed its citizens to visit 62 nations without any VISA as it ranks 80th globally in the Henley passport index. Countries that stand above in the index include Germany, Italy, France, Japan, Spain, and Singapore, granting access to 194 nations to its citizens. The US holds the 7th position with the granting of 188 nations.

A person with an Indian Passport can reach up to a lot of travel opportunities and now it has more and more coming our way. According to the Henley passport index released on 9th January 2024, India has upgraded to 80th position globally, which allows Indian citizens entry into 62 nations without visa. isn’t it interesting, you’ll be able to explore the world more easily?

In an ever-changing global travel landscape, the Henley Passport Index stands as an indicator of a country’s passport strength. According to the latest figures, India ranks 80th, reflecting the issuance of passports to its citizens, both visa-free and visa-free on arrival

And the low rankers include Afghanistan with an allowance of only 28 nations, then we have Syria with an allowance of 29 nations, next in the line is Iraq with 31 and Pakistan with 34 nations only.

According to the new amendment, one can either visit the nation without a visa or have access to a ” visa on arrival” as of Henley Passport Index 2024.

62 Nations Without a Visa

Here We Have the List of Nations You Can Plan a Vacation To:

  1. Angola
  2. Barbados
  3. Bhutan
  4. Bolivia
  5. British Virgin Islands
  6. Burundi
  7. Cambodia
  8. Cape Verde Islands
  9. Comoro Islands
  10. Cook Islands
  11. Djibouti
  12. Dominica
  13. El Salvador
  14. Ethiopia
  15. Fiji
  16. Gabon
  17. Grenada
  18. Guinea Bissau
  19. Haiti
  20. Indonesia
  21. Iran
  22. Jamaica
  23. Jordan
  24. Kazakhstan
  25. Kenya
  26. Kiribati
  27. Macao
  28. Madagascar
  29. Malaysia
  30. Maldives
  31. Marshall Islands
  32. Mauritania
  33. Mauritius
  34. Micronesia
  35. Montserrat
  36. Mozambique
  37. Myanmar
  38. Nepal
  39. Niue
  40. Oman
  41. Palau Islands
  42. Qatar
  43. Rwanda
  44. Samoa
  45. Senegal
  46. Seychelles
  47. Sierra Leone
  48. Somalia
  49. Sri Lanka
  50. St Kitts and Nevis
  51. St Lucia
  52. St Vincent and Grenadines
  53. Tanzania
  54. Thailand
  55. Timor Leste
  56. Togo
  57. Trinidad and Tobago
  58. Tunisia
  59. Tuvalu
  60. Vanuatu
  61. Zimbabwe

Also Read: How to Become a Cricketer after 12th in India

While the 80th position may seem low, it is important to note that the index considers factors such as visa-free visas, visa-entry agreements, and other diplomatic relations. This status puts India in a position where its citizens enjoy certain privileges but also face restrictions compared to a higher passport.

In a global context, the Henley Passport Index highlights the importance of diplomacy and international cooperation. High-ranking countries tend to benefit from improved global connectivity, which makes it easier for their citizens to travel efficiently. On the other hand, low-level passports may face more stringent entry requirements, allowing for easier global travel.

For India, the 80th ranking is an indication of continued diplomatic efforts to strengthen passport capacity. As the country engages in bilateral dialogue, signs treaties, and promotes international cooperation, the potential for improved global mobility is evident as an uplift of Its status The inside of the Henley Passport Index not only provides convenience for Indian passport holders but also reflects the country’s growing influence globally.

After reading this article, we hope you’ve got a clear scenario of the recent news and already planned a vacation with your family. For more such interesting updates, stay tuned.

Archita Jain

Hello, this is Archita Jain . I am currently pursuing Bachelors in Journalism and Mass Communication. I have a huge interest in learning new things and craving out it's facts. I love presenting new article and knowledge in front of you'll.

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