Destination:

India

India is one of the world’s most spiritual and engaging countries. India is full of contrasting sights and sounds, with a rich culture, numerous Hindu temples and bustling cities with centres of booming international commerce.

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Essential Vaccines

When travelling to your destination

Vaccine

Schedule Primary Course

Hepatitis A

0, 6-12M*

Tetanus

0 (Single dose) then 10yrs

Typhoid

0 (Single dose) then 3YRS

Recommended Vaccines

When travelling to your destination

Vaccine

Schedule Primary Course

Hepatitis B *

0 (Single dose) 1-12M

Rabies**

0 (Single dose), 3d, 7d, 12M*

Japanese Encephalitis**

0 (Single dose) 7d, 12M*

* Staying with friends & Family
** At risk areas/ activities 
Tuberculosis (UK citizens Generally vaccinated)

Essential Vaccines Information

Hepatitis A

Hepatitis A is an infection in the liver caused through exposure to faecal matter by oral means. Vaccination against Hepatitis A is offered to people who are eligible.

Tetanus

Rare to find in the UK due to mass immunisation, but certain countries and continents have been known to still carry the disease, such as Asia, Africa and Eastern Europe

Typhoid

Typhoid fever is an infection caused by the bacterium Salmonella Typhi (derived from salmonella food poisoning) that goes on to affect many vital organs.

Recommended Vaccines

Hepatitis B

Hepatitis B is an infection in the liver caused through exposure to infected bloody and other bodily fluids. Hep B is found globally but the high risk areas include some parts of Africa, Asia, the Middle East & Europe.

Japanese Encephalitis

Japanese Encephalitis is a rare but severe brain infection that comes about from exposure to mosquito bites. This disease is commonly found in Asia with the risk being greater in rural areas.

Rabies

Rabies is a major disease affecting the brain and nerves that leads to severe motor function failure and neurological damage. Rabies is only contracted through the bite or scratch of an infected animal.

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Visiting India

When is the best time to visit?

The best time to visit India is towards the end of October (when monsoon season ceases) and also mid-March. The Monsoon season begins in late May in South India, then moves north.

The Red Fort

Taj Mahal

Old Dehli

Other Highlights

India attracts visitors around the world in a quest for spirituality and self discovery. Every major religion throughout the globe can be found in India, which serves to nourish its different faiths, living in relative harmony.
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Udaipur

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Kolkata

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