Visa Information

Book a ticket to any destination, and we will help you with the visa process: right from getting the documents ready to going for the actual visa interview. This service is available with all tickets booked online or through our Customer Service helpline.

 

Asia

Africa

South America

North America

Oceania

Europe

Thailand

Mauritius

Ecuador

British Virgin Islands

Cook Islands

All European countries need a pre-approved visa.

Bhutan

Seychelles

Dominica

Haiti

El Salvador

Cambodia

Togo

Bolivia

St Lucia

Fiji

Maldives

Kenya

Guyana

Jamaica

Micronesia

Macau

Tanzania

Saint Kitts and Nevis

Vanuatu

Indonesia

Ethiopia

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

Samoa

Iraq

Madagascar

Grenada

Tuvalu

Nepal

Mozambique

Trinidad & Tobago

Nieu

Laos

Uganda

Montserrat

Palau

Jordan

Guinea-Bissau

Nicaragua

Timor Leste

Cape Verde

Turks & Caicos

Comoros Islands

Cambodia

Indians can obtain a Visa on Arrival for Cambodia, for a maximum stay of 30 days, by paying a fee of US$ 20. You must have a passport photo, sufficient funds to cover your stay in Cambodia, and travel documents like a completed visa application form and confirmed flight tickets. Also, make sure your passport is valid for at least 6 months from the date of arrival.

Tip: Whether you are a history buff or not, Angkor Wat is a must visit. Marvel at the intricate carvings of Shiva, Vishnu and other Hindu deities at this majestic temple. The Cambodian ecosystem is one of a kind and should be a must-visit for all Wildlife lovers. Cambodia is a popular summer destination that is a part of every ardent traveller’s travel aspirations!

Jordan

 Indians coming to Jordan can get a Visa on Arrival for 2 weeks by paying a fee of approximately US$ 30. They must carry at least US$ 1000 (or equivalent) to cover their stay and hold onward or return flight tickets for their next destination. Indians entering and exiting Jordan from Aqaba, along with the Red Sea, are granted a 1-month visa for free.

Tip: Floating in the Dead Sea is definitely one of the top experiences in Jordan that cannot be missed. Where else can you float without a life jacket as the high salt content keeps you buoyant? Or you could visit Petra that boasts of possessing an ancient city carved out of sandstone, that’s now a part of the 7 wonders of the world.

Indonesia

All it takes is US$ 25 for Indians to get a Visa on Arrival for Indonesia, for a maximum stay of 30 days! You must show evidence of sufficient funds to cover your stay in Indonesia, in addition to carrying confirmed flight tickets for the return or onward destination. Ensure that your passport is valid for at least 6 months from the date of arrival in Indonesia.

Tip: Visit Ubud, the cultural hub and go to Mt. Batur, which is an active volcano.Enjoy the sun on the white sands that melt away into azure waters that ensure that you leave with beautiful memories and memorable experiences to be preserved for the rest of your life.

Thailand

Unlike foreign citizens, Indians can simply get a Visa on Arrival in Thailand for just US$ 35! Bear in mind that your stay does not exceed 15-30 days. In addition, Indians must hold the onward or return flight tickets plus a minimum of 10,000 baht per person.

Tip: Thailand is known for its glittering temples or Wats, so be sure to include at least one of these in your trip.