You are excited about your trip to the serene beaches and surreal seascapes of Phillippines, but at the last minute, you realize that you are unable to get your visa due to the lack of time to complete the process, or due to the incomplete documents or the worst case scenario, your visa got rejected. What to do next? How do you still ensure that you are able to go on the dream vacation that you have planned for yourself? This blog answers the question specifically with the alternatives available to make that trip happen.
Surprised with the subject line? It’s true! You can travel to more than 30 countries if you have a valid United States of America’s visa. We are sure that travelers from countries whose passport strength is not so great sprang in their seats after reading this title (they may not even wait to read this line and jump directly to the table giving more details but we are okay with it, we would have done the same).
In the morning when I was humming ‘Riders on the road’ (trying to imitate the heavy voice of singer), I realized that it is a blog day today and it would be enriching to write something about the road trip and visa process associated with it.
Adventure is life! And life without adventure may not be as exciting as it would be with one. So, here’s our first article to satisfy the adrenaline rush of all our fellow travelers.
Today we will be talking about a scintillating route of India to Cambodia (I know you are pumped up already!). First of all, I must say, this would be one hell of an exciting trip to take, I am sure if nothing, it would create great memories! Continue reading “Road trip from India to Cambodia? Visa Is Required!”
The first thing you need to check while traveling internationally is your bank balance, for obvious reasons. But the next moment you’d realize is that your bank balance is equally important to process the visa for any country (unless you have a visa-free or visa-on-arrival entry into the country), the bank statement is a mandatory document that you need to show while processing visas to travel to anywhere from Singapore to France.
Today we are going to share more insight on how much funds are needed in your bank account to get a visa.
Atithi Devo Bhava!
India, the country of ancient wisdom and modern traditions has ample of ways in which it attracts travelers. Every year thousands of people travel to this land of diverse culture to satisfy their wanderlust and always leave with a promise to visit again. Indian government and people of this great nation warmly welcome travelers from various countries every year, and to make it convenient for them the authorities have come up with easier norms and regulations in the visa process.
On a Friday evening, we were sitting with a glass of Merlot and croissants discussing about plans for this month, when somebody mentioned that it’s been a while since we talked about Cultural Differences of any country, how about we write something in this month’s blog? Without a second thought, decision was made, France was the chosen one! Not sure whether settlement on France was due to the lovely evening or the beverages we were having that originated from this country. But whatever may be the reason, we are sure you will enjoy reading this article thoroughly.
What is the next best thing that you can get after ‘Visa Free’ travel?…Yes, it is ‘Visa On Arrival’!
The most important difference between Visa Free entry and Visa On Arrival is that in Visa Free entry you can enter the country without a visa for a specified period of time called landing permission (usually); whereas in Visa On Arrival you need a visa to enter inside a country but can obtain it when you show up at the port of entry.
Visa On Arrival sounds like an easy-peasy stuff right? It indeed is! However, you need to keep certain things in mind before you opt for Visa On Arrival, or you may face a scenario where you are deported back to your homeland.
What is the first thing that you need to plan an international trip?
Passport of course! You thought we’d say visa? We wanted to but then it would have been incorrect and giving you wrong information goes against the policy of this blog. However, we liked the way you thought (wink).