Want to travel abroad but have no passport? There is good news for you. For travel to some nations, a passport is not necessary. In addition, if you are under 15 or over 65, you can only enter these countries using your Aadhar card. These two countries are Bhutan and Nepal, respectively. Let you know how to travel to these nations without a passport or visa.
How to Visit Bhutan?
Bhutan Indian visitors who want to go to Bhutan must have a passport valid for at least six months. Voter ID cards can also be considered if you don't have a passport. It is suggested that children carry their birth certificates or academic ID cards from their schools. Both road and air can visit Bhutan.
How to Visit Nepal?
There are many air services from India to Kathmandu, Nepal. The Nepal government states, in response to whether Indians need a passport to visit Nepal, that "we simply require one such certificate that shows your Indian citizenship." You may do this by showing your Indian passport or voter identification card.
Visa will not be applicable for travel to these countries.
There are certain countries, besides Bhutan and Nepal, where a passport is necessary but not a visa. You don't need a visa to visit 58 countries if you have an Indian passport. There is a vast list of destinations where Indians can travel without a visa, including the Maldives, Cambodia, Mauritius, Macao, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Bhutan, Nepal, Kenya, Myanmar, Qatar, Uganda, Iran, Seychelles, and Zimbabwe.