Travel Guidelines to India for 2022 During Covid-19
- All passengers must possess a tourism visa or e-visa granted after October 6, 2021. This means old “valid” visas are no longer valid and need to be updated.
- Arriving at an airport, all arrivals are screened. Anyone showing symptoms will be taken to a medical facility. There is also random testing on passengers at a rate of 2% of arrivals. If selected this is your own personal expense and not covered by the tour.
- All travelers aged five years and older must fill out a self-declaration form on the Air Suvidha Portal. They must also confirm that they will abide by any Covid-19 decisions taken around potential quarantine recommendations or testing.
- All travelers over 5 years old must have the following: A valid Vaccination Card approved by WHO or a Negative PCR Test taken within 72 hours of travel. This is to be uploaded into your self-declaration form and also carried with you to be reviewed upon arrival.
- All passengers, regardless of if randomly selected to test or not, are instructed to “self-monitor their health” for 14 days following their arrival.
This information is updated as of February 14, 2022, and if new updates change we will notify all passengers as well as update here on our website.