Visa Guides for Indians

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Visa Guides

As an Indian, one of my toughest things to obtain while traveling outside India is a visa. Unlike my western friends, I do not have the luxury to pack up and leave to a new country one fine day.

I need to go through countless visa guides, find out about the latest rules in the country I am travelling to, prepare endless documentation and so much more.

I have written extensively about visas for Indians and hope one day the situation will change for us.

Ultimate Visa Guide

But before we go any further, let us take you to the ultimate guide to visa travel for Indians.

I wrote this post after getting frustrated with the process and in this guide, I try to bring everything you need to know about visas for Indians in one place.

Why don’t you go check it out for more details?

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Booking Resources

Find some of my favorite resources I use for booking during my travels.

Book Your Flight

I am a Skyscanner fan when it comes to booking international flights. I use Makemytrip and Yatra for domestic flights.

Book Accommodation

Booking is my go to resource for booking hotel accommodation and I use Airbnb for booking my homestays. I also compare prices on Tripadvisor always.

Travel Insurance

As an Indian, I prefer ICICILombard and I am always insured when I am traveling outside India. In addition, I have used World Nomads for some of my trips.

Book Tours

I do go on a lot of day tours especially when I am traveling solo. Depending on convenience, my choices are Viator or Getyourguide.

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