There are no compulsory vaccinations for travelling to India,
although it is strongly recommended that you protect yourself
during travelling against the following: Tetanus, Typhoid,
Hepatitis A, Cholera and Malaria. We advise you to consult your
doctor or the British Airways Travel Clinics, allowing at least 4
weeks before the date of travel for all medical advice. Some areas
including Bhutan and Nepal may be at high altitudes so please check
with our staff before confirming your itinerary. An inoculation
against Yellow fever is required if you have visited any infected
areas within 5 days prior to your arrival in India.
We strongly recommend our travellers to carry mosquito repellent lotions / cream during holiday tour.