Every country has its own policy of rules and regulations regarding travel and tourism of that particular country. So, obviously if somebody is planning to travel India then the knowledge of Travel Rules for India becomes utmost important. These travel rules are related to three essential elements - Individual/Group Passport, Visa and Custom duty on luggage and goods. Caper Travels India offers you all the travel tips and the travel and custom precautions to safeguard oneself from any kind of penalty charged on passengers if found guilty. We are also giving you the latest information about the Travel Rules of India and Custom Rules for India separately for your convenient and memorable journey.
India Travel whether for tourism, business, studies or other purposes requires a valid passport and an entry visa. Visas can be obtained and issued from the Indian Embassies or Indian High Commissions abroad. One thing worth remembering is that the entry visas are not issued at the entry point. A passenger found guilty of travelling without an entry visa is detained and deported.
Visitors are usually required to make an oral baggage declaration of the baggage and foreign currency in their possession. They also have to obtain the Currency Declaration Form from the Customsdepartment. They are also bound to fill in the Disembarkation Card handed over to them by the airlines during the course of the flight.
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