India’s Henley Passport Index position has risen by seven ranks this year. In 2021, India was ranked in the 90th position. Now, it climbed up to 83rd position. With that, Indians can have several opportunities. The best thing is, they can have visa-free travel in 60 countries.
You see, Henley Passport Index is a global passport ranking list. A country’s passport can rank according to the accessible destinations of passport holders. This index is based on the data collected by the International Air Transport Association. Well, this is the most accurate international travel information database.
The index checks all 199 passports individually to publish the final report. Moreover, the process also includes 227 destinations worldwide. If the passport does not need a visa in a particular destination, it will create 1 value point. For example, US passport holders can get a free visa to over 180 destinations. Singapore tops the list with 192 visa-free destinations.
In this case, Indian passport holders can access 60 countries now. Let’s find out which country you can travel to visa-free:
|Botswana||Cambodia||Cape Verde Islands||Comoros Islands||Cook Islands|
|Sri Lanka||St. Kitts and Nevis||St. Lucia||St. Vincent and the Grenadines||Tanzania|
|Thailand||Timor Leste||Togo||Trinidad and Tobago||Tunisia|
|Tuvalu||Uganda||Vanuatu||British Virgin Islands||Zimbabwe|
In the current Henley Passport Index ranking, India shares the 83rd position with Principe in Central Africa and Sao Tome. This country has added more than 35 destinations for visa-free travel since 2006.