This sun-kissed archipelago in South Pacific is the ideal island getaway one would wish for, with pristine beaches, world-class spas, exciting water adventure, delicious cuisine and a vibrant culture. This destination will offer you a visitor permit on arrival, valid up to four months, provided you have return tickets, proof of stay, bank statements for the past three months, and a passport valid for at least six months from the date of entry.
Niue is a Pacific Island paradise like no other, one of the smallest countries, and one of the largest raised coral atolls on earth.
Niue is a place where it’s normal for complete strangers to wave at each other, all the time. It’s a place where nature hasn’t been broken… and things are 'the way they used to be’. You can go fishing, caving or even swim with dolphins! You won't even be asked for an entry visa if you are staying for less than 30 days, and have a return or onward ticket, with proof of funds.
An archipelago of limestone and volcanic islands, dotted with forests, lagoons, and shipwrecks, the Republic of Palau is a storehouse of natural wonders. Diving is one of the most popular activities here. Palau offers a 30-day-visa on arrival. All you need is a passport that is valid for at least six months and a return ticket.
This country, spread across the western Pacific Ocean, comprises of four island states, namely, Pohnpei, Kosrae, Chuuk and Yap.You can get a visa-free entry for up to 30 days, to enjoy its lovely beaches and splendid marine life.
Vanuatu is made up of around 80 islands that stretch 1300 km in the South Pacific Ocean. The destination boasts of coral reefs, blue lagoons, underwater caverns, and shipwrecks from the World War II era, among other attractions. You will not require a visa if your visit to this place doesn't exceed 30 days
Reef-bordered beaches, rainforests, gorges and waterfalls--Samoa in Oceania is a picturesque detailing of the beauty of an island. This country issues entry permits on arrival, valid for up to 60 days.