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India, September 23, 2017: Travelling is always an adventure. People love to travelling experience throughout their life to different countries. There are certain limits for Indians, when it comes to travel foreign countries. One requires visa and transit visa when travelling to other countries. But here is a good news for all the travel freaks who are Indian citizen. There are some countries where Indians can travel without Visa.

To reach these spectacular destinations, your Indian passport would be enough to make your travel dreams come true. So, pack your bags and set yourself to travel in these 10 amazing countries.

9 amazing countries where Indian can travel without visa:

  • Hong Kong – Yes, it is true! Hong Kong allows Indians to travel without Visa. You can be a guest to Hong Kong for 14 days without worrying about visa. Hong Kong is a tourist paradise with a handful of clubs, pubs, restaurants, and lot more. Disneyland is the one that you should not miss when you are here.

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  • Bhutan – Also called as the land of happiness, the country welcomes its neighbour Indians to travel without Visa. What you require to do is just take your belongings and enjoy the magnificent view of the valley. At Dochula Pass, you can also gaze the majestic Himalayan ranges and experience the serenity of nature around. For adventure seekers, a trek to Paro Taktsang can be a great end to a memorable journey.

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  • Maldives – Known as the land of beaches, Maldives is the favorite destination for honeymoon travellers as it offers visa on arrival for up to 30 days. Therefore, if you are planning for this trip than what you all need is a passport and travel tickets. The country boasts of having some of the most exotic resorts and beaches that makes sightseeing even more exciting. For those fond of water sports, this is the place where you can try snorkeling, sailing, and underwater diving.

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  • Fiji – Want to pamper yourself with a relaxing holiday? then plan a trip to Fiji. Luckily, for Indians, it is a trip to travel without visa. People who love the sunshine, sand, and beaches, Fiji offers you over 300 islands to fill up your trip with excitement and fun. It is a dream place to all the types of visitors including families, couples, and friends. From shopping, safaris, kite surfing, visiting museums to nightlife, the place is ready to keep you busy throughout the day.

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  • El Salvador – With almost 2000 archaeological sites, El Salvador have some of the exceptional sites to promote its cultural tourism with no visa requirement for Indians. Being surrounded by some of the most famous destinations, the heritage of the place remains overshadowed. For those seeking for surreal vacation, El Salvador can be the one chosen to be added to your travel list. Being the smallest country in Central America, it surely has a lot of expedition stored for you.

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countries where indian can travel without visa
  • Dominica – Also known as ‘Nature Isle of the Caribbean’, Dominica provides the facility to Indian tourists to travel without Visa. Known for its natural exquisiteness, the country is the home to some rare species of flora and fauna. You should not forget to visit Morne Trois Pitons national park as it enables you to experience boiling lake, sulphur vents and giant Trafalgar falls.

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countries where indian can travel without visa
  • Nepal – Apart from sharing the common culture with India, Nepal allow the entrance of Indian tourist to travel without Visa. What you need is just one photo identity card issued by the government. Traveller from India can take down the road to reach this country where the highest mountain peak of the world, Mount Everest resides. If you are looking for adventure then Annapurna Circuit will provide you the best trekking experience. It takes around 15-20 days to complete this trek.

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countries where indian can travel without visa
  • Montserrat – If you are looking for a good long vacation without a visa trouble then Montserrat can be your next stop. The island enables the Indian tourists to visit without any visa and enjoy the nature flourishing at its best. If the beauty of the place wins your heart then you can try tasting the water at Runaway Ghaut as the legendary tales says, those who drink its water are destined to visit the place again. You can also enjoy the helicopter and boat ride here.

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  • Vanuatu- Country made of around 80 islands will allow you to experience its beauty without any visa trouble. One can enjoy watching active volcanoes, deep-sea fishing, water sports, scuba diving, where you can see coral reefs, caverns and the wreckage of World War II.

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Now with the places list travelling around the world without visa seems more interesting and fun. So get ready to unveil the places you have not visited yet and share your experience with others.

ALSO READ: Here are Some Tips for First Time Travelling Experience

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Now Paralyzed Can Also Walk Due To Exoskeleton Technology

Technology helps in walking

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Patrick Wensing tests out an Ekso Bionics exoskeleton in his lab at the University of Notre Dame. He and his team are working to make the machines more intuitive.
Patrick Wensing tests out an Ekso Bionics exoskeleton in his lab at the University of Notre Dame. He and his team are working to make the machines more intuitive. VOA

An accident, a stroke, or a disease can leave someone paralyzed and unable to walk. That happens to more than 15 million people around the world each year.

But new technological advances and physical therapy could help some of them walk again.

Among the most promising is the use of robotic exoskeletons, like one made by Ekso Bionics. It looks a bit like a backpack that straps on the user’s back and around the midsection. Robotic ‘legs’ complete with foot panels extend from either side of the pack and wrap around the patient’s legs. A video game-style controller attaches to the pack with a long cord.

The EksoGT robotic exoskeleton is being used in more than 200 rehabilitation centers around the world, including Marianjoy Rehabilitation Hospital.
The EksoGT robotic exoskeleton is being used in more than 200 rehabilitation centers around the world, including Marianjoy Rehabilitation Hospital. VOA

“I’m going to be a robot!”

Lindsey Stoefen has been doing physical therapy with the exoskeleton for an hour a day, as she works to recover from the rare disorder that put her in a wheelchair in October.

The 17-year-old athlete climbed into a specially designed exoskeleton for the first time in late April, after becoming an in-patient at Marianjoy Rehabilitation Hospital in Chicago.

She recalls being nervous. “I was like ‘Dang, I’m going to be a robot!’ I was scared at first. I was like, ‘Am I going to like it? Will I be okay?’ And once I got into it, I loved it.”

Lauren Bularzik, Lindsey’s physical therapist, says the exo robots help to accelerate the rehabilitation process. “For someone who takes a lot of energy to only walk a few feet, exo can get them up, can get them moving, it can supplement their movements, get that reciprocal pattern, encourage the correct motor planning.”

Beside speeding up recovery times, these robotic skeletons are especially helpful for those with paralysis, from spinal cord injuries and strokes. Using the machine can help some patients rewire their brains to use secondary muscles, so they can eventually walk again – without the device.

The downside

Scientists at the University of Notre Dame are leading the way with their work on wearable robots that allow patients to regain some or all of their mobility. But Patrick Wensing, assistant professor of mechanical engineering, says exoskeletons have one big drawback.

Bionic exoskeleton helps wheelchair users stand and walk
Bionic exoskeleton helps wheelchair users stand and walk. Flickr

“While existing exoskeletons are very powerful, they don’t understand what the user wants to do. So in order to transition between activities in daily life, you often have to press a button interface to tell the exoskeleton ‘I would like to stand up now.’”

Wensing and his team are collaborating with Ekso Bionics, a leading developer of wearable robots, to create a machine that can understand what its user wants to do without implanted sensors and complicated control panels.

The new three-year project funded by The National Science Foundation’s robotic initiative, hopes to achieve a more fluid, intuitive system.

Taylor Gambon has spent the last year analyzing data from exoskeleton users and comparing them to models of everyday walking. “What we’re seeing is that slow walking in general, whether in the exoskeleton or just the human, is much different from walking at a speed that you would choose naturally.”

Also read: Heart patients who walk faster hospitalised less

Later this year, the team will travel to Ekso Bionics’ California headquarters, where they will work directly with exoskeletons to design programs that interact with users of various disabilities, so that more people like Lindsey Stoefen can get back on their feet again. (VOA)