Please read this post before you visit India

Travel Advisories For Travel to IndiaForeign nationals planning to visit India for tourism, vacations or business should check the travel advisory bulletins of their respective countries.Before finalizing your plans to travel to India it is advisable to check the travel advisory notifications of your country. These travel advisories are posted with specific information regarding the health and safety for prospective travelers.To check the travel advisory visit the travel advisory website of the ministry of foreign affairs of your country. Travel Advisory webpage links are provided below for:United States of AmericaCanadaUnited KingdomNew ZealandAustraliaForeign Embassies and High Commissions in India


1/50 G Shantipath, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi.Telephone: 4139 9900 Fax: 4149 4490Travel Advisories:

New Zealand:

Travel Advisory for visiting India and Travel Tips New Zealanders living and traveling overseas: Shantipath, Chanakyapuri New Delhi 110 021, IndiaTelephone: 91 (11) 4178-2000 Facsimile: 91 (11) 4178-2020E-mail: delhi@international.gc.caWebsite: Advisories – Warnings hours are Monday to Thursday from 08:30 to 17:30 and from 08:30 to 13:00 on Fridays.Canada also has consular offices in Mumbai, Chandigarh, Bangalore, Chennai and Kolkota.



American Citizen Services Unit, U.S. EmbassyShanti Path Chanakyapuri New Delhi  110 021Website: Alerts & Warnings: Information: By e-mail: acsnd@state.govBy Fax: 2419-8407By Telephone:  2419-8000, ext. 4249 or 8562 or 4040 or 4032When calling within India, but outside Delhi, first dial 011When calling from the United States, first dial 011-91-11

British High


Shantipath, ChanakyapuriNew Delhi – 110021Office hours: 0900-1700 hrsPhone: (91-11) 26872161 – Fax: (91-11) 26870065Out-of-hours: (91-11) 26872161You can email your queries at: postmaster.nedel@ Website:  Travel Advice Alerts & Info:

Alerts and Warnings for foreign tourists

planning to visiting Srinagar – Kashmir


Tourists are advised that problems with terrorists in

Srinagar have again been reported in the Indian news

media. Problems in this area are a threat to tourists

and foreign tourists are advised to avoid such

problem areas. If you plan to visit places like Srinagar,

Kashmir then kindly make sure you check with travel

advisory of your country for latest information.

Areas Restricted to Tourists

When visiting India. Please be advised that there are some areas where foreign nationals are not allowed to visit. Your visa for India entitles you to visit India except restricted and protected territories.  Foreign nationals who wish to visit restricted areas need a permit. Please visit our restricted areas page for more information. Avoid agents who ask for money to get you permits to visit restricted areas. Permits are usually issued by just filling the required forms and paying a nominal fee. In many cases it is advisable to apply for permits and visas before booking your travel tickets.  Remember information is provide free of cost by most governments around the world. Some agents in India want to charge you for forms also that can be downloaded off the Internet or are available free.

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