Iran grants Indian tourists a 15-day visa-free stay.

In recent months, Iran has emerged as the latest nation to grant visa-free entry to visitors from India.

Indian visitors are now permitted to enter Iran for a maximum of 15 days without a visa.

NEW Delhi: Iran has made public a scheme that waives visa requirements for Indian tourists traveling there. According to the Iranian embassy, Indian people can enter Iran without a visa as of February 4th, subject to four requirements.

Indian visitors are now allowed a maximum of 15 days of visa-free entry into Iran. But there are some that ride.

The following four circumstances apply to visa-free travel to Iran:

  • Indian nationals with regular passports are permitted one visa-free entry per six months for a maximum of fifteen days. There is no way to prolong your 15-day stay.
  • Only those traveling to Iran for pleasure are eligible for the visa-free policy.
  • Indians entering the nation by air are exempt from the visa requirement; nevertheless, they must get one if they want to remain more than six months or make more than one entry within that time frame.

Iran is the most recent nation to provide Indian visitors entry without a visa in recent months. For Indian travelers, visa requirements have also been loosened in Vietnam, Thailand, and Sri Lanka.

India, Russia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait, Lebanon, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Tunisia, Mauritania, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, Mauritius, Seychelles, Indonesia, Darussalam, Japan, Singapore, Cambodia, Malaysia, Vietnam, Brazil, Peru, Cuba, Mexico, Venezuela, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Croatia, and Belarus are among the 33 countries for which Iran has approved a new visa-waiver program.

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