If you hold an Indian passport, you can now travel to 60 countries in the world without a prior visa. We may not have a powerful passport – in fact it’s only the 83rd in the list of most powerful passports to have in the world, but you can still go to these 60 countries. If a country has a “visa-free” status, you can just travel there with an Indian passport and be allowed to pass through. Even if you do not require a visa, you should still research the entry criteria of the nation you are going.
Ok, so in Europe you can only go to Serbia and in the Americas you have Bolivia & El Slavador. In the Middle East you have Jordan, Iran, Qatar & Oman. You can go to Barbados, Grenada, Haiti, Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago and the British Virgin Islands. In Africa you can choose among Kenya, Ethiopia, Gabon, Madagascar, Cape Verde Islands, Mauritius, Seychelles, Tanzania, Zimbabwe & Tunisia among others. And in Asia you have Armenia, Thailand, Bhutan, Maldives, Indonesia, Nepal, Sri Lanka among them.
In most cases, it is Visa on arrival. Make sure you don’t stay longer than your visa-free period allows; if you’re only allowed to stay for three months, go before your time is up. If you overstay your welcome, you may have difficulty returning there in the future. You are not permitted to work or attend school in the nation you are visiting during your visa-free stay.