The Smartraveller website provides information on the type of assistance the Australian Government can provide in an emergency and guidance on other useful resources to help you prepare for your trip.

It includes the latest advice on health risks, visa requirements, tips on personal safety, carrying medications and local laws and customs you might not know.

Smartraveller’s current advice levels on travelling to India:

  • overall, exercise a high degree of caution
  • Pay close attention to your personal security at all times and monitor the media about possible new safety or security risks.
  • North-eastern states (Assam, Nagaland, Tripura and Manipur) and Chhattisgarh and the border areas of neighbouring states, reconsider your need to travel
  • Think seriously about whether you need to travel here due to the high level of risk. If you do travel, do your research and take a range of extra safety precautions, including having contingency plans. Check that your travel insurer will cover you.
  • Cities of Jammu and Srinagar, reconsider your need to travel
  • Think seriously about whether you need to travel here due to the high level of risk. If you do travel, do your research and take a range of extra safety precautions, including having contingency plans. Check that your travel insurer will cover you.
  • State of Jammu and Kashmir (except Ladakh region, Jammu and Srinagar) and India-Pakistan border (except Atari crossing), do not travel

You can subscribe for travel advice updates to be sent to your email or you can download the Smartraveller app to your mobile phone to stay informed while you travel.

The Smartraveller website provides information on

  1. the latest advice on health risks,
  2. visa requirements,
  3. tips on personal safety,
  4. carrying medications and
  5. local laws and customs you might not know.

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