Foreign Travel without Passport: A passport is optional for travel to some nations. Additionally, you can only visit these countries using your Aadhar card if you are under 15 or older than 65. Other forms of identification cannot be used. These countries are Bhutan and Nepal. Let us tell you how you can travel to these nations without a passport or visa.


How to visit Bhutan?

Bhutan Indian visitors who want to go to Bhutan must either have a valid passport for at least six months or a valid visa. Voter ID cards can also be used if you need a passport to complete your task. However, it is advised that children always carry their birth certificates or school ID cards.


India and Bhutan are connected by both road and air.

All of the major airports in India offer flights to Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal. The Nepali government affirmative response, "We only need one such document that proves your Indian citizenship." You may do this by presenting your Indian passport or voter identification card.


Visas will not be applicable for travel to these countries.

Other than Bhutan and Nepal, there are some nations where you need a passport but not a visa. You can visit 58 countries worldwide as an Indian passport bearer without getting a visa in advance. The lengthy list of nations Indian nationals can visit without a visa includes the Maldives, Mauritius, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Macao, Bhutan, Cambodia, Nepal, Kenya, Qatar, Myanmar, Uganda, Seychelles, Iran, and Zimbabwe.