3. Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago
The region consisting of the Caribbean Sea, its islands (some surrounded by the Caribbean Sea and some bordering both the Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean), and the surrounding coasts is collectively known as the Caribbean, and is amongst the most exotic cultures in the world. Historically, all of the tiny nationalities in these archipelagos have been colonies of one European superpower or the other. In contemporary times though, the easygoing culture, delicious cuisine and unique music, besides its countless exotic beaches, put the Caribbean Islands at the top of infinite travel bucket-lists.
Two of the largest independent countries in this cluster are Jamaica, and the twin island state of Trinidad & Tobago. Indian tourists do not require a visa for entry into the state of Jamaica and can stay on producing a passport valid for six months and sufficient proof of funds and onward travel, for a period up to 14 days. The Republic of Trinidad & Tobago goes one level better, allowing Indian tourists to enter without a visa for a stay of up to 90 days (anybody tempted to take a working holiday here? I know I am)