International Travel Guidelines

Effective 22 Nov, for customers travelling to India, the submission of online declaration on Air Suvidha Portal stands discontinued.

Travelling abroad? Please ensure to download your International Travel Vaccination Certificate from the CoWin portal. 

Step 1Login to www.cowin.gov.in

Step 2Click on ‘Show Certificate’

Step 3Click on ‘International Travel Certificate’ and download

Step 4Enter your details

Step 5Submit request

Select departure and arrival city

For domestic travel guidelines, visit the State regulations page.

To proceed, one leg of travel should be domestic and the other international. Kindly re-enter.

UAE

    • Dubai

    For customers from India to Dubai

    Note: All customers are required to carry printout of e-visa along with other mandatory travel documents.

    1. The following categories of customers will be allowed to travel from India to Dubai:
      1. Holders of all type of visa and/or entry permission granted by the appropriate authority in the United Arab Emirates (i.e., valid resident visa, employment visa, short stay/long stay visa, visit visa, residence visa newly issued)
    2. Visa on arrival facility is available for Indian Nationals travelling to Dubai provided they:
      1. have a visitor visa or a green card issued by the Unites States, or
      2. a residence visa issued by the United Kingdom or Europe union
    3. All customers must download the COVID-19 Dubai Smart App and generate a QR code on their device before entering Dubai. Click to download – Android & iOS versions of the App
    4. All vaccination and PCR requirements are uplifted for travel to Dubai.

    For customers from Dubai to India

    1. To know the detailed Indian guidelines for arrivals into India, please see ‘Arrivals into India’ section
    • Sharjah

    For customers from India to Sharjah

    Note: All customers are required to carry printout of e-visa along with other mandatory travel documents.

    1. The following categories of customers will be allowed to travel from India to Sharjah:
      1. Holders of all type of visa and/or entry permission granted by the appropriate authority in the United Arab Emirates (i.e., valid resident visa, employment visa, short stay/long stay visa, visit visa, residence visa newly issued)
    2. Visa on arrival facility is available for Indian Nationals travelling to Sharjah provided they:
      1. have a visitor visa or a green card issued by the Unites States, or
      2. a residence visa issued by the United Kingdom or Europe union
    3. All customers are required to generate a QR code from the Federal Authority For Identity and Citizenship (https://smartservices.ica.gov.ae/echannels/web/client/guest/index.html#/registerArrivals or register on the ICA Smart UAE APP (Click to download – Android & iOS versions of the ICA Smart App)
    4. All customers transiting Sharjah, are not required to carry a negative RT-PCR certificate unless mandated by their final-destination
    5. All customers must download and register on the ALHOSN App
    6. All vaccination and PCR requirements are uplifted for travel to Sharjah.

    For customers from Sharjah to India

    1. To know the detailed Indian guidelines for arrivals into India, please see ‘Arrivals into India’ section
    • Abu Dhabi

    For customers from India to Abu Dhabi

    Note: All customers are required to carry printout of e-visa along with other mandatory travel documents.

    1. The following categories of customers will be allowed to travel from India to Abu Dhabi:
      1. Holders of all type of visa and/or entry permission granted by the appropriate authority in the United Arab Emirates (i.e., valid resident visa, employment visa, short stay/long stay visa, visit visa, residence visa newly issued)
    2. Visa on arrival facility is available for Indian Nationals travelling to Abu Dhabi provided they:
      1. have a visitor visa or a green card issued by the Unites States, or
      2. a residence visa issued by the United Kingdom or Europe union
    3. All vaccination and PCR requirements are uplifted for travel to Abu Dhabi.
    4. All customers transiting Abu Dhabi, are not required to carry a negative RT-PCR certificate unless mandated by their final-destination
    5. All customers are required to generate a QR code from the Federal Authority For Identity and Citizenship (https://smartservices.ica.gov.ae/echannels/web/client/guest/index.html#/registerArrivals or register on the ICA Smart UAE APP (Click to download – Android & iOS versions of the ICA Smart App)
    6. All customers must download and register on the ALHOSN App
    7. Transit/Transfer beyond Abu Dhabi is currently not permitted

    For customers from Abu Dhabi to India 

    1. To know the detailed Indian guidelines for arrivals into India, please see ‘Arrivals into India’ section
    • Abu Dhabi

    For customers from India to Ras Al Khaimah

    Note: All customers are required to carry printout of e-visa along with other mandatory travel documents.

    1. The following categories of customers will be allowed to travel from India to Ras Al Khaimah:
      1. Holders of all type of visa and/or entry permission granted by the appropriate authority in the United Arab Emirates (i.e., valid resident visa, employment visa, short stay/long stay visa, visit visa, residence visa newly issued)
    2. Visa on arrival facility is available for Indian Nationals travelling to Ras Al Khaimah provided they:
      1. have a visitor visa or a green card issued by the Unites States, or
      2. a residence visa issued by the United Kingdom or Europe union
    3. All customers transiting Ras Al Khaimah, are not required to carry a negative RT-PCR certificate unless mandated by their final-destination
    4. All customers are required to generate a QR code from the Federal Authority For Identity and Citizenship (https://smartservices.ica.gov.ae/echannels/web/client/guest/index.html#/registerArrivalsor register on the ICA Smart UAE APP (Click to download – Android & iOS versions of the ICA Smart App)
    5. All customers must download and register on the ALHOSN App
    6. All vaccination and PCR requirements are uplifted for travel to Ras Al Khaimah.

    For customers from Ras Al Khaimah to India 

    1. To know the detailed Indian guidelines for arrivals into India, please see ‘Arrivals into India’ section

Qatar

    • Doha

    For customers from India to Qatar (Doha)

    1. General Policy
      1. Quarantine is no longer mandatory for all travelers however; travelers who test positive for COVID-19 after arriving in Qatar must undergo quarantine measures in accordance with the procedures followed in the State of Qatar.
      2. The pre-examination of the Corona virus, whether (PCR) or rapid antigen test, has been cancelled for all arrivals to the country as of 1 of November 2022.
    2. Ehteraz Mobile Application Policy
      1. Travelers arriving in Qatar must download on their mobile phone devices and activate the Ehteraz app upon arrival at Qatar’s entry ports. To do so, the traveler must have the following:
        1. SIM card from one of Qatar's service providers (Ooredoo or Vodafone) or an international SIM card.
        2. Mobile internet connection.
        3. The smartphone should support Android 6, newer versions or IOS 13.5 and later versions.
        4. Download and install the app on the mobile phone either via Google Play, Apple App Store or from any online search engines.
        5. SIM cards and smartphones are available for purchase at Hamad International Airport and Abu Samra border crossing if the passenger does not own them before arrival.
      2. The Ehteraz mobile application with health status indicated as Green is required to gain access to public facilities around Qatar.
      3. The Heath Status on the Ehteraz mobile app for fully vaccinated persons in Qatar will be in green with a golden frame. 
      4. The Health Status for citizens, residents, visitors who have received the vaccine outside Qatar will remain green without a golden frame until their vaccine data is updated in the system or through the Overseas Vaccine Portal (https://www.ehteraz.gov.qa/PER/?language=en)
      5. The Health Status on the Ehteraz app will remain red throughout the isolation period, until the result of their COVID-19 test comes out negative.
      6. Diplomats, administrative cardholders and VIP visitors arriving on official state visits are excluded from this measure. 

    For customers from Qatar (Doha) to India

    1. To know the detailed Indian guidelines for arrivals into India, please see ‘Arrivals into India’ section

Kuwait

    • Kuwait

    For customers from India to Kuwait

    Note: All customers are required to carry printout of e-visa along with other mandatory travel documents.

    1. No Covid Protocols to be followed customers travelling from India to Kuwait, all customers to be accepted as per normal procedures

    For customers from Kuwait to India

    To know the detailed Indian guidelines for arrivals into India, please see ‘Arrivals into India’ section

Maldives

    • Male

    For customers from India to Male

    Note: All customers are required to carry printout of e-visa along with other mandatory travel documents.

    1. Customer Categories Allowed to Travel
      1. Tourists
      2. Maldivian Nationals
      3. Special Visa Holders
      4. Business Visa Holders
      5. Foreign diplomats and their accompanying family members
      6. Crew of ships who arrive by air to sign on to a ship
      7. Holders of a valid work permit or work visa
      8. Holders of any other resident permit of Maldives
    1. Guidelines for all customers except tourists
      1. All customers including children and infants are no longer required to be fully vaccinated or be in possession of pre-departure PCR test while travelling to Maldives.
      2. All Customers are required to submit a health declaration within 48Hrs of their departure on https://imuga.immigration.gov.mv/ and obtain a QR code. The QR code obtained to be made readily available for verification by immigration upon entry in Maldives
      3. Customers travelling not for the purpose of tourism are required to be in possession of a valid visa issued by Maldives Immigration
      4. Customers travelling on work visa must verify their visa status on https://xpat.egov.mv/
    1. Guidelines for tourists
      1. All customers including children and infants are no longer required to be fully vaccinated or be in possession of pre-departure PCR test while travelling to Maldives.
      2. All Customers are required to submit a health declaration within 48Hrs of their departure on https://imuga.immigration.gov.mv/ and obtain a QR code. The QR code obtained to be made readily available for verification by immigration upon entry in Maldives
      3. All Customers travelling for the purpose of tourism shall be issued visa on arrival
      4. Customers travelling for the purpose of tourism must have a confirmed reservation at a resort
      5. List of resorts can stay as approved by Maldivian Health authority can be found by clicking here
      6. Customers must be in possession of valid return ticket
      7. Visitors are required to carry at least 100 USD per person per day to cover their stay in Maldives. This does not apply to passengers with a Maldivian sponsor.

    For customers from Male to India

    1. Customers are required to submit a health declaration prior to their departure on https://imuga.immigration.gov.mv/ and obtain a QR code. The QR code to be made readily available for verification by immigration upon exit from Maldives
    2. To know the detailed Indian guidelines for arrivals into India, please see ‘Arrivals into India’ section

Oman

    • Muscat

    For customers from India to Muscat

    Note: All customers are required to carry printout of e-visa along with other mandatory travel documents.

    1. Customer Categories Allowed to Travel
      1. Omani Nationals
      2. Residents of Oman
      3. Visa Holders of Oman
      4. Those who can obtain visa on arrival in Oman and those who don’t require a visa to travel to Oman
    1. Customers travelling to Oman are no longer required to carry a negative PCR certificate nor they are required to be in possession of final vaccination certificate that they have received two doses of any approved vaccine
    2. All passengers traveling to Oman are no longer required to hold a health insurance with COVID-19 coverage for at least one month from the date of their arrival to Oman
    3. Customers travelling to Oman are no longer required to register on http://travel.moh.gov.om

    For customers from Muscat to India

    1. To know the detailed Indian guidelines for arrivals into India, please see ‘Arrivals into India’ section

Bangladesh

    • Dhaka

    For customers from India to Dhaka

    Note: All customers are required to carry printout of e-visa along with other mandatory travel documents.

    1. The following categories of customers will be allowed entry:
      1. Bangladeshi Nationals
      2. Non Bangladeshi Nationals holding any type of valid and/or pre-approved visa
    2. Customers in possession of tourist visas shall be allowed to travel to Bangladesh
    3. All customers arriving into Bangladesh are required to fill a self-health declaration form and submit the same to the health authorities upon arrival
    4. All customers who are fully vaccinated with WHO approved vaccines (single/double dose as applicable for a full dose) are no longer required to be in possession of a pre-departure PCR while travelling to Bangladesh
    5. Unvaccinated/partially vaccinated customers must carry a negative PCR certificate in printed form, from a government-approved laboratory in India (ICMR) or a certified designated laboratory which is available on https://www.icmr.gov.in/issued no more than 72 hours before departure of the last direct flight to Dhaka. The certificate issued shall be duly signed and/or stamped by relevant authorities. 72 Hours is calculated from the time of sample collection
    6. The negative PCR certificate held by the customer must have a QR code on it linking it to their original test report and must have the date and time of sample collection and the test result mentioned accurately. Customers holding a negative PCR certificate without a QR code shall be denied boarded at the origin station

    Note: The following are exempted from pre-departure covid test

    1. Children under the age of 12years
    1. The certificate must be available in printed form to submit to health authorities upon arrival and shall be in English only, handwritten certificates are not permitted
    2. All customers upon arrival shall be required to undergo mandatory 14 days home quarantine. However if any COVID-19 symptomatic passengers is observed/detected on arrival, he/she shall be sent to government authorized hospital for further formalities
    3. Seamen shall be allowed to travel provided they are in possession of all necessary documents such as passport, CDC booklet, Guarantee letter, Ok to Board Letter and sign on to the ship maximum within 72 hours of their arrival
    4. Visa on arrival shall be made available to the following upon arrival into Bangladesh
      1. Foreign nationals of Bangladeshi descendant and their spouse & children;
      2. Foreign citizen holding Diplomatic & Official passport;
      3. Foreign Businessmen and Investors;
      4. Foreign citizens joining in meetings/seminars/conferences/any other event invited by the Government of Bangladesh
    5. Customers are no more required to fill an online health declaration form within 3 days of their departure and obtain a QR code. Click here to fill the health declaration
    6. All customers are mandatorily required to be in possession of the health declaration form along with QR code at the time of check-in in soft or printed format and shall be required to present the same to immigration upon arrival into Bangladesh

    For customers from Dhaka to India

    1. To know the detailed Indian guidelines for arrivals into India, please see ‘Arrivals into India’ section

Singapore

    • Singapore

    For customers from India to Singapore

    Note: All customers are required to carry printout of e-visa along with other mandatory travel documents.

    General Policy

    1. From 1 April 2022, under the new Vaccinated Travel Framework (VTF), Singapore will allow all fully vaccinated customers from any of the Ministry of Health’s General Travel Category countries/regions to enter Singapore quarantine‑free
    2. Customers who have visited any countries or regions on the MOH’s Restricted Category in the past seven days before travelling to Singapore must undergo a 7‑day quarantine and PCR tests. There are currently no countries or regions in the Restricted Category
    3. Fully‑vaccinated customers do not require any entry approvals to enter Singapore. This means that customers will no longer be required to apply for a Vaccinated Travel Pass (VTP) or Air Travel Pass (ATP) for entry into Singapore
      1. Vaccinated Travel Pass (VTP) customers holding a valid VTP can continue to enter Singapore under the VTLs until 31March 2022, 2359 hours (Singapore time). For entry into Singapore after 31 March 2022, 2359 hours (Singapore time),customers will no longer be required to present their VTPs
      2. Air Travel Pass (ATP) customers with travel history to Macao, Mainland China and Taiwan, and who hold a valid ATP cancontinue to enter Singapore under the UO arrangement until 31 March 2022, 2359 hours (Singapore time). Existing ATPs valid for entry after 31 March 2022, 2359 hours (Singapore time) will no longer be required
    4. Customers who are not Singapore citizens or permanent residents or long‑term pass holders between 13 and 17 years old would also be required to apply for an Entry Approval, including
      1. Non‑Malaysian male work permit holders in the construction, marine and process sectors
      2. Dormitory‑bound work permit holders
      3. Unvaccinated/partially vaccinated long‑term pass holders
      4. Unvaccinated/partially vaccinated short‑term visitors
      5. Foreign short‑term visitors holding passports or travel documents issued by visa‑required country/region must apply for an entry visa. 
    1. All customers will also need to present an acceptable proof of vaccination for verification at check‑in and immigration on arrival
    2. All vaccination certificates, regardless of place of issuance and whether digitally verifiable or not, will be accepted as proof of vaccination. Children 12 years old and below are exempt from the vaccination requirement
    3. Customers aged above 13yrs of age, and are vaccinated with non-WHO EUL vaccines (Sputnik & Corbevax) are not allowed to enter Singapore. Only Customers vaccinated with WHO EUL vaccines can enter Singapore. For more details refer,  https://safetravel.ica.gov.sg/arriving/overview
    4. However, pass holders who cannot be vaccinated due to special considerations will be issued with an exemption letter by a Singapore Government Agency and must present this at check basis which they can enter Singapore
    5. Unvaccinated customers flying to Singapore will be required to serve a 7‑day Stay Home Notice (SHN) upon arrival in Singapore, and complete a mandatory COVID‑19 PCR test before the end of the SHN
    6. All customers are strongly encouraged to submit the SG Arrival Card (SGAC), within 3 days before the date of arrival in Singapore and present their SGAC acknowledgment email with any relevant supporting documentation at check‑in for their flight to Singapore. Please note that the physical arrival card (white card) is no longer accepted. There are three sections on the SGAC to be completed
      1. Personal Particulars
      2. Vaccination status, including the submission of proof of vaccination for those who are vaccinated outside Singapore. Those vaccinated in Singapore do not need to upload their proof of vaccination
      3. Health declaration
    7. Detailed requirements for pre-departure test, vaccination, unvaccinated customers, and E-health declaration are mentioned below
    8. For information about entry to Singapore, please refer to Safe Travel website
    Vaccination Status Passenger Type

    Documents

    Proof of Recovery, or PDT Exemption letter Proof of vaccination
    Fully Vaccinated All passengers Not Required Required
    Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated Children Aged 12 & Below Not Required Not Applicable
    Passenger Aged 13 & Above Required

    Entry Approvals

    1. Singapore citizens and Permanent residentsdo not need an entry approval to enter Singapore. All travellers entering Singapore from 29 Aug 2022 no longer need entry approvals.
    2. From 28 August 2022, 2359 hours (Singapore time), unvaccinated or partially vaccinated Long-Term Pass and In-Principle Approval (IPA) holders aged 13 years or above in that calendar year will no longer be required to provide proof that they have been granted entry approval or been exempted from the vaccination requirement.

    Covid-19 Testing Requirements

    1. Fully vaccinated customers or children aged 12 years or below in that calendar year who are entering Singapore from 26 April 2022, 0001 hours (Singapore time) shall no longer be required to undergo a pre-departure PCR test while travelling to Singapore
    2. A passenger who is exempted from the relevant Singapore agency from the requirement of pre departure test and a transit or transfer passenger not seeking entry in Singapore is exempted from pre departure RT PCR test.
    3. Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated customers under the following categories must present a negative certificate for COVID‑19 Antigen Rapid test (ART) or COVID‑19 PCR test taken within 2 days before departure to Singapore
      1. Singapore Citizens aged 13 & Above
      2. Permanent Residents aged 13 & Above
      3. Long Term Pass Holders & IPA Holders aged 13 to 17
      4. Long Term Pass Holders aged 18 & above
      5. Short Term Visitors aged 13 & above
    4. Requirements for the COVID‑19 Antigen Rapid test (ART) or Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test certificate
      1. A COVID‑19 Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test must be taken at, and issued by an internationally accredited or recognised laboratory, clinic or medical facility specified on the Singapore Ministry of Health website
      2. A COVID‑19 Antigen Rapid Test (ART) must be
        1. Administered by a trained professional including a medical professional or government‑recognised trained professional in the country or regional of departure, or
        2. For eligible customers, a self‑administered test that is remotely supervised by an approved ART provider in Singapore
      3. Must be in English
      4. Must contain the following information
        1. Test result, Date that the test was taken and Name of the customer as stated in their passport and at least one other personal identifier, such as the date of birth or passport number
      5. Self Swab Tests are not allowed
    5. COVID‑19 PCR and ART test requirement does not apply to
      1. Customers aged 2 years old and below in the calendar year
      2. Fully vaccinated customers have a positive COVID‑19 PCR test or professionally‑administered ART result taken between 7 and 90 days before the scheduled date of departure of the flight to Singapore must present a valid COVID‑19 certificate or proof (not handwritten) in English or translated to English:
        1. Medical discharge memo issued by the relevant state authority or licensed medical professional, OR
        2. Result of a positive COVID‑19 PCR Test administered at an internationally accredited or recognized lab/clinic/medical facility; OR 
        3. Result of a positive antigen rapid test (ART) administered by a trained professional 
        4. States their name, and at least one other personal identifier such as the date of birth or passport number matching the information on their passport used for entry into Singapore
        5. States their date of infection or the discharge date, which must be between 7 and 90 days before the scheduled date of departure for the flight to Singapore
      3. Customers who are unvaccinated or partially vaccinated who can present a positive COVID‑19 PCR test or professionally administered ART result taken between 14 and 90 days before the scheduled date of departure of the flight to Singapore or a discharge letter that
        1. States their name, and at least one other personal identifier such as the date of birth or passport number matching the information on their passport used for entry into Singapore
        2. States their date of infection or the discharge date, which must be between 14 and 90 days before the scheduled date of departure for the flight to Singapore
        3. Is issued by a relevant state authority or licensed medical professional
      4. Customers who have been given an exemption by a relevant Singapore government agency
      5. If you present symptoms on arrival, you may be required to take a COVID‑19 test. Each antigen rapid test (ART) administered will cost SGD 30, while each COVID‑19 PCR test will cost SGD 138

    Vaccination Requirements

    1. Customers vaccinated in Singapore can present their vaccination status in any of the accepted formats
      1. Vaccination certificate
      2. Vaccination status as shown in the HealthHub or TraceTogether app
      3. For customers vaccinated outside of Singapore, any of the following proof of vaccination formats will be accepted
        1. Digitally verifiable vaccination certificate; OR
        2. Vaccination certificate with the following details in English, or translated to English with notarization
          1. Name (as per travel document used for entry)
          2. At least one other personal identifier, e.g. date of birth or passport number (per travel document used for entry)
          3. Country of vaccination
          4. Name of vaccine (s) administered, i.e., different name for different types of vaccines
          5. Vaccinate date (s)
      4. The vaccination requirements for entry do not apply to customers below 18 years old at the time of arrival. Unvaccinated customers between 13 years old and 17 years old can enter without proof of vaccination provided they complete the full vaccination regimen within two months after they arrive in Singapore
      5. Pass holders who cannot be vaccinated due to special considerations will be issued with an exemption letter by a Singapore Government Agency and must present this at check in
      6. All work pass holders, Student’s Pass holders, their dependents, and holders of an In‑Principle Approval (IPA) letter must be fully vaccinated to enter Singapore
      7. From 1 February 2022, 00:01 (Singapore time), all Work Pass holders, Student’s Pass holders and their dependents, and holders of an In‑Principle Approval (IPA) letter entering Singapore must present one of the following proofs of vaccination at check‑in
        1. an acceptance letter issued by the Safe Travel Office (STO) confirming that the customer’s vaccination certificate has been verified using the Vaccination Check Portal or
        2. an electronic or physical copy of a vaccination certificate, which states the following
          1. Customer’s name as stated on the passport
          2. At least 1 other personal identifier (e.g. date of birth or passport number), corresponding exactly with the information in the customer’s passport used for entry into Singapore
          3. Country of vaccination
          4. Name of vaccine(s) administered (if more than 1 dose, the name of each vaccine administered) and
          5. Vaccination date(s) (if more than 1 dose, the date each dose was administered). Customers must complete their vaccination at least 14 days before entering Singapore
      8. Vaccination status updated on Health Hub or TraceTogether App
      9. List of Approved Vaccines
        1. AstraZeneca
        2. Covaxin
        3. Covishield
        4. Janssen/J&J
        5. Moderna/Spikevax
        6. Novavax
        7. Pfizer/BioNTech/Comirnaty
        8. Sinopharm
        9. Sinovac
        10. CanSinoBIO

      Not Fully vaccinated Customers

      1. All customers arriving from 29 Aug 2022 no longer need to serve a 7-day Stay Home Notice (SHN).
      2. All customers entering Singapore before 29 Aug 2022, will have their SHN end upon completion of the 7-day SHN period, or upon receipt of a negative PCR test result, whichever is later. All SHN-related instructions and requirements can be found via Stay-Home Notice
      3. Short-term visitors must ensure they have travel insurance covering COVID-19, with at least $30,000 of medical coverage.

      Additional Requirements

      1. All customers entering Singapore, must mandatorily submit an electronic Singapore Arrival Card with Health Declaration (eHDC). Click here visit to complete the health declaration and please ensure the following
        1. the date of eHDC submission is within the three days prior to the scheduled date of arrival in Singapore
        2. the identification details of the customer correspond to the details in the eHDC
      2. All seamen are required to hold these 3 documents: In Principal Approval (IPA) issued by ICA, Maritime and Port Authority (MPA) Approval Letter and a Letter of Guarantee (LG) issued by the shipping company
      3. Families travelling under the SC/PR ties lane will have to get the approval ICA ALE letter
      4. From 17 March 2022, 2359hrs (SGT), the following documents are required to request entry approval for cruise crew
        1. Singapore Tourism Board’s (STB) and CA’s sign‑on letter (specifying either Quantum of the Seas, Spectrum of the Seas, World Dream under the title “In‑Principle‑Approval for Foreign Seamen to Sign‑On”)
        2. The application must include the cruise crew’s negative pre‑departure test result or a valid proof of recovery and their vaccination status
      5. All customers are required to install and activate the TraceTogether mobile application. Customers 6 years old and below and customers who are unable to use a mobile device due to a certified disability/special need can obtain a TraceTogether token after arrival in Singapore
      6. Age is calculated based on calendar year. If a customer is entering Singapore in 2021, those born in or after 2004 are not required to present documentary proof of vaccination
      7. Effective 31st March,2022, 2359Hrs (Singapore Time) short-term visitors who are fully vaccinated will no longer be required to have travel insurance for their COVID-19 related medical treatment and hospitalization costs for entry into Singapore
      8. For more details please visit the Singapore Ministry of Health’s travel advisory, available at https://www.moh.gov.sg/covid-19-phase-advisory
      9. All customers are required to obtain digital verifiable proof of Covid 19 tests and vaccination through Notarise portal via https://www.notarise.gov.sg/.
      10. Effective 1 September onwards, the SafeTravel website will be decommissioned, with all https://safetravel.ica.gov.sg URLs redirected to https://www.ica.gov.sg/enter-transit-depart.

      For customers from Singapore to India

      1. To know the detailed Indian guidelines for arrivals into India, please see ‘Arrivals into India’ section

Saudi Arabia

    • Saudi Arabia

    India to Saudi Arabia

    For customers from India to Jeddah, Riyadh & Damam

    Note: All customers are required to carry printout of e-visa along with other mandatory travel documents.

    1. Customer Categories Allowed to Travel
      1. Saudi Citizens
      2. Non-Saudi Citizens (Resident (IQAMA Holder), Family Visit Visa, New Resident Visa, Business Visa, New Employment Visa, Umrah Visa) (Premium residency permit holders shall not be required to submit an exit/re-entry visa)
    2. All precautionary measures for entry in Saudi Arabia are uplifted which includes vaccination, RT PCR or rapid antigen test.
    3. No quarantine is required for passengers entering the kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
    4. Visit visa holders are required to have insurance to cover the costs of COVID 19 treatment during their stay in Saudi Arabia.
    5. Transit/Transfer beyond Saudi Arabia shall not be permitted
    6. Customers holding HAYYA CARD
      1. All passengers holding HAYYA CARD issued by Qatar are allowed to enter the kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
      2. The HAYYA card entitles the passenger a stay of total 60 days which is 10 days before the tournament, 27 days during the tournament and followed by 23 days after the end of the tournament period.
      3. The Visa is multi entry it can be used more than once, and pre entry the State of Qatar is not required.
      4. It is mandatory for all passengers holding HAYYA card to obtain medical insurance for the visa period of 60 days.
    7. Vaccination Requirement for HAJJ and UMRAH passengers
      1. It is mandatory for customers travelling to the kingdom of Saudi Arabia with Hajj visa to have vaccination for meningitis.
      2. The meningitis vaccine is not mandatory for customers coming from outside the kingdom of Saudi Arabia with UMRAH visa.

    For customers from Saudi Arabia to India

    1. To know the detailed Indian guidelines for arrivals into India, please see ‘Arrivals into India’ section

Thailand

    • Thailand
    • Thailand

    For customers from India to Thailand

    Note: All customers are required to carry printout of e-visa along with other mandatory travel documents.

    From 1 October 2022, there are no longer any COVID 19 entry restrictions for travel to Thailand. Passengers are no longer required to hold a COVID 19 vaccination certificate or a COVID 19 test result to enter the country. Quarantine restrictions have also been lifted.

    For customers from Thailand to India

    1. To know the detailed Indian guidelines for arrivals into India, please see ‘Arrivals into India’ section

Malaysia

    • Malaysia
    • Malaysia

    For customers from India to Malaysia

    Note: All customers are required to carry printout of e-visa along with other mandatory travel documents.

    1. Effective from 1st August, No COVID Protocols to be followed by customers travelling from India to Malaysia, customers to be accepted as per normal procedures.

    For customers from Malaysia to India

    To know the detailed Indian guidelines for arrivals into India, please see ‘Arrivals into India’ section

Vietnam

    • Vietnam
    • Vietnam

    For Customers from India to Vietnam

    Note: All customers are required to carry printout of e-visa along with other mandatory travel documents.

    • Travel Eligibility
      1. Vietnam is open to fully vaccinated and not fully vaccinated customers. However, customers must comply with certain requirements detailed below
      2. All customers are required to have the following applicable documents on hand on scheduled flights for entry:
        1. Passport
        2. Visa, permanent residence card, temporary residence card, or valid visa exemption certificate
    • Testing Requirements
      1. Effective 15th May, 2022 customers are no longer required to be in possession of negative Covid-19 test before travelling to Vietnam
    • Quarantine Requirements
      1. There are no quarantine measures on all incoming customers irrespective of their vaccination status. However, all customers must monitor their health within 10 days of arrival and notify health authorities immediately if they develop COVID19 symptoms
      2. If tested positive and placed under quarantine, customers will be required to download the contact tracing app PCCOVID and keep it active throughout the quarantine period
    • Insurance
      1. Customers are no longer required to purchase Travel health insurance.

    For customers from Vietnam to India

    To know the detailed Indian guidelines for arrivals into India, please see ‘Arrivals into India’ section

Turkey

    • Turkey
    • Turkey

    For customers from India to Istanbul

    Note: All customers are required to carry printout of e-visa along with other mandatory travel documents.

     All vaccination PCR/antigen requirements are uplifted for passengers from India to Turkey.

    For customers from Istanbul to India

    To know the detailed Indian guidelines for arrivals into India, please see ‘Arrivals into India’ section

Bahrain

    • Bahrain
    • Bahrain

    For customers from India to Bahrain

    Note: All customers are required to carry printout of e-visa along with other mandatory travel documents.

     No COVID Protocols to be followed by customers travelling from India to Bahrain, customers to be accepted as per normal procedures.

    For customers from Bahrain to India

    To know the detailed Indian guidelines for arrivals into India, please see ‘Arrivals into India’ section

Nepal

    • Nepal
    • Kathmandu

    India to Nepal

    For customers from India to Kathmandu

    Note: All customers are required to carry printout of e-visa along with other mandatory travel documents.

    1. Customer Categories Allowed to Travel
      1. Citizens of Nepal
      2. Customers with a Laissez-Passer issued by the United Nations
      3. Customers holding a diplomatic passport, travelling on duty
      4. Customers with a tourist entry visa
      5. Customers eligible for visa of arrival
      6. Foreign citizens of Nepalese origin whose passport states Nepal as the place of birth
      7. Relatives of citizens of Nepal
      8. Customers with a pre-arranged tourist visa issued by the Embassy or Consulate of Nepal
      9. Customers with a confirmation letter that a visa on arrival has been approved before departure by the government of Nepal
    2. Indian Nationals travelling to and from Nepal, any of the following documents carried in original shall be treated as proof of identity
      1. Passport;
      2. Voter photo identity card issued by the Election Commission of India / Government identity card (for Government officials) for adults;
      3. Birth certificate/School identity card for children; or
      4. Birth certificate for Infants
    3. Requirements for Vaccinated Customers
      1. All fully vaccinated customers with WHO approved vaccines are no longer required to be in possession of a negative PCR certificate while travelling to Nepal if they are able to present a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they were fully vaccinated at least 14 days prior to arrival
      2. Customers below the age of 18 years who are unvaccinated must carry a negative PCR certificate in printed form, from a government-approved laboratory in India (ICMR) or a certified designated laboratory which is available on https://www.icmr.gov.in/issued no more than 72 hours before departure of the last direct flight to Nepal. The certificate issued shall be duly signed or stamped by relevant authorities and must only be in English. Handwritten certificates shall not be permitted. 72Hours is calculated from the time of sample collection. Tests accepted are GeneXpert, NAAT and RT-PCR
      3. The negative PCR certificate held by the customer must have a QR code on it linking it to their original test report and must have the date and time of sample collection and the test result mentioned accurately. Customers holding a negative PCR certificate without a QR code shall be denied boarded at the origin station

    Note: The following are exempted from pre-departure covid test

    Children under the age of 5 years

    1. Unvaccinated/partially vaccinated customers above the age of 18 years are required to follow requirements for non-vaccinated/partially vaccinated customer mentioned below
    2. All customers are required to hold a mountaineering/trekking or any related permit(s), if any
    3. All customers are required to be in possession of a hotel booking confirmation in Nepal
    4. All customers are required to present a printed copy of completed "International Traveler Form" at the time of check-in.The form can be found at https://ccmc.gov.np/
    5. All customers are required to hold all other documents related to visa on arrival requirements. More information can be found athttps://www.immigration.gov.np/page/tourist-visa

    Note: Citizens of Afghanistan, Cameroon, Ethiopia, Ghana, Iraq, Liberia, Nigeria, Palestine, Somalia, Swaziland, Syria, Zimbabwe, and foreign citizens holding a temporary or emergency travel documents must obtain a pre-arranged visa from the Embassy of Nepal or diplomatic missions abroad

     

    1. Requirements for Non-Vaccinated/Partially Vaccinated Customers
      1. All customers who are non-vaccinated/partially vaccinated must obtain a pre-arrange visa from the Embassy of Nepal or diplomatic missions abroad and are allowed to enter only by booking a tour through a travel agency and must ensure the following
        1. Undergo a 10-day hotel quarantine at their own cost on arrival and must present a confirmation at the time of check-in at the airport
        2. All customers must carry a negative PCR certificate in printed form, from a government-approved laboratory in India (ICMR) or a certified designated laboratory which is available on https://www.icmr.gov.in/issued no more than 72 hours before departure of the last direct flight to Nepal. The certificate issued shall be duly signed or stamped by relevant authorities and must only be in English. Handwritten certificates shall not be permitted. 72Hours is calculated from the time of sample collection. Tests accepted are GeneXpert, NAAT and RT-PCR
        3. The negative PCR certificate held by the customer must have a QR code on it linking it to their original test report and must have the date and time of sample collection and the test result mentioned accurately. Customers holding a negative PCR certificate without a QR code shall be denied boarded at the origin station

          Note: The following are exempted from pre-departure covid test

          Children under the age of 5 years

        4. All customers are required to hold a mountaineering/trekking or any related permit(s), if any
        5. All customers are required to be in possession of a hotel booking confirmation in Nepal
        6. All customers are required to present a printed copy of completed "International Traveler Form" at the time of check-in.The form can be found at https://ccmc.gov.np/
    1. Requirements for Non-resident citizens of Nepal of Nepalese origin, their family members or foreign citizens married to a citizen of Nepal
      1. All fully vaccinated customers with WHO approved vaccines are no longer required to be in possession of a negative PCR certificate while travelling to Nepal if they are able to present a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they were fully vaccinated at least 14 days prior to arrival
      2. Customers below the age of 18 years who are unvaccinated must carry a negative PCR certificate in printed form, from a government-approved laboratory in India (ICMR) or a certified designated laboratory which is available on https://www.icmr.gov.in/issued no more than 72 hours before departure of the last direct flight to Nepal. The certificate issued shall be duly signed or stamped by relevant authorities and must only be in English. Handwritten certificates shall not be permitted. 72Hours is calculated from the time of sample collection. Tests accepted are GeneXpert, NAAT and RT-PCR
      3. The negative PCR certificate held by the customer must have a QR code on it linking it to their original test report and must have the date and time of sample collection and the test result mentioned accurately. Customers holding a negative PCR certificate without a QR code shall be denied boarded at the origin station

        Note: The following are exempted from pre-departure covid test

        Children under the age of 5 years

      4. Unvaccinated/partially vaccinated customers above the age of 18 years are required to follow requirements for non-vaccinated/partially vaccinated customer mentioned above
      5. All customers are required to present a printed copy of completed "International Traveler Form" at the time of check-in.The form can be found at https://ccmc.gov.np/
      6. All customers are required to hold all other documents related to visa on arrival requirements. More information can be found athttps://www.immigration.gov.np/page/tourist-visa
      7. Non-vaccinated/partially vaccinated customers under this category are subject to a 10-day hotel quarantine at their own cost on arrival and must present a confirmation of the same at the time of check-in at the airport
    1. Requirements for Officials, employees and their relatives working for foreign diplomatic missions and international organizations in Nepal
      1. All fully vaccinated customers with WHO approved vaccines are no longer required to be in possession of a negative PCR certificate while travelling to Nepal if they are able to present a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they were fully vaccinated at least 14 days prior to arrival
      2. Customers below the age of 18 years who are unvaccinated must carry a negative PCR certificate in printed form, from a government-approved laboratory in India (ICMR) or a certified designated laboratory which is available on https://www.icmr.gov.in/issued no more than 72 hours before departure of the last direct flight to Nepal. The certificate issued shall be duly signed or stamped by relevant authorities and must only be in English. Handwritten certificates shall not be permitted. 72Hours is calculated from the time of sample collection. Tests accepted are GeneXpert, NAAT and RT-PCR
      3. The negative PCR certificate held by the customer must have a QR code on it linking it to their original test report and must have the date and time of sample collection and the test result mentioned accurately. Customers holding a negative PCR certificate without a QR code shall be denied boarded at the origin station

        Note: The following are exempted from pre-departure covid test

        Children under the age of 5 years

      4. Unvaccinated/partially vaccinated customers above the age of 18 years are required to follow requirements for non-vaccinated/partially vaccinated customer mentioned above
      5. All customers are required to present a printed copy of completed "International Traveler Form" at the time of check-in.The form can be found at https://ccmc.gov.np/
      6. All customers are required to hold all other documents related to visa on arrival requirements. More information can be found athttps://www.immigration.gov.np/page/tourist-visa
      7. Non-vaccinated/partially vaccinated customers under this category are subject to a 10-day hotel quarantine at their own cost on arrival and must present a confirmation of the same at the time of check-in at the airport. They are also required to obtain a pre-arranged visa and shall not be eligible for visa on arrival
      8. Customers arriving in Nepal under an emergency shall be exempted from hotel quarantine however shall be required to undergo an antigen test on arrival. The type emergencies cases include the following
        1. Customers attending a funeral of a relative with a confirmation issued by local authorities in Nepal
        2. Customers with chronic illness, customers with disabilities and persons accompanying them with medical documents and recommendation letter from local authorities in Nepal
        3. Customers above 75 years with their carer and children below 5 years with their parents holding a recommendation letter from local authorities in Nepal
        4. Customers arriving in Nepal with medical documents and a recommendation letter from local authorities in Nepal to look after a relative admitted to ICU
      9. Transit transfer beyond Kathmandu shall not be permitted

    Nepal to India

    For customers from Kathmandu to India

    1. To know the detailed Indian guidelines for arrivals into India, please see ‘Arrivals into India’ section

Flying into India: State-wise guidelines

    • West Bengal
    • Kolkata
    • Lucknow

    For customers from Foreign Airport to West Bengal

    1. With effect from 22 Nov for customers travelling to India the submission of online declaration on Air Suvidha Portal stands discontinued.
    2. All customers should be preferably be fully vaccinated as per the approved primary schedule of vaccination against COVID 19 in their respective Country.
    3. Customers are subjective to thermal screening by the health officials present at the point of entry.
    4. In case customer is found symptomatic during screening shall be immediately isolated, taken to a designated medical facility as per the health protocol.
    • Bengaluru
    • Bangalore
    • Karnataka

    For customers from Foreign Airport to Karnataka

    1. With effect from 22 Nov for customers travelling to India the submission of online declaration on Air Suvidha Portal stands discontinued.
    2. All customers should be preferably be fully vaccinated as per the approved primary schedule of vaccination against COVID 19 in their respective Country.
    3. Customers are subjective to thermal screening by the health officials present at the point of entry.
    4. In case customer is found symptomatic during screening shall be immediately isolated, taken to a designated medical facility as per the health protocol.
    • Hyderabad
    • Telangana

    For Customers from Foreign Airport to Telangana

    1. With effect from 22 Nov for customers travelling to India the submission of online declaration on Air Suvidha Portal stands discontinued.
    2. All customers should be preferably be fully vaccinated as per the approved primary schedule of vaccination against COVID 19 in their respective Country.
    3. Customers are subjective to thermal screening by the health officials present at the point of entry.
    4. In case customer is found symptomatic during screening shall be immediately isolated, taken to a designated medical facility as per the health protocol.
    • Tamil Nadu

    For customers from Foreign Airport to Tamil Nadu

    1. With effect from 22 Nov for customers travelling to India the submission of online declaration on Air Suvidha Portal stands discontinued.
    2. All customers should be preferably be fully vaccinated as per the approved primary schedule of vaccination against COVID 19 in their respective Country.
    3. Customers are subjective to thermal screening by the health officials present at the point of entry.
    4. In case customer is found symptomatic during screening shall be immediately isolated, taken to a designated medical facility as per the health protocol.
    • Maharashtra

    For customers from Foreign Airport to Maharashtra

    1. With effect from 22 Nov for customers travelling to India the submission of online declaration on Air Suvidha Portal stands discontinued.
    2. All customers should be preferably be fully vaccinated as per the approved primary schedule of vaccination against COVID 19 in their respective Country.
    3. Customers are subjective to thermal screening by the health officials present at the point of entry.
    4. In case customer is found symptomatic during screening shall be immediately isolated, taken to a designated medical facility as per the health protocol.
    • Andaman and Nicobar Islands
    • Andhra Pradesh
    • Assam
    • Bihar
    • Chandigarh
    • Chhattisgarh
    • Delhi
    • Goa
    • Gujarat
    • Haryana
    • Himachal Pradesh
    • Jammu & Kashmir
    • Jharkhand
    • Kerala
    • Ladakh
    • Madhya Pradesh
    • Manipur
    • Meghalaya
    • Mizoram
    • Nagaland
    • Odisha
    • Punjab
    • Rajasthan
    • Tripura
    • Uttarakhand
    • Uttar Pradesh

    For customers from Foreign Airport to other Indian States

    1. With effect from 22 Nov for customers travelling to India the submission of online declaration on Air Suvidha Portal stands discontinued.
    2. All customers should be preferably be fully vaccinated as per the approved primary schedule of vaccination against COVID 19 in their respective Country.
    3. Customers are subjective to thermal screening by the health officials present at the point of entry.
    4. In case customer is found symptomatic during screening shall be immediately isolated, taken to a designated medical facility as per the health protocol.
  • **List of Countries/Regions in respect of which primary vaccination schedule completion certificate is allowed to be uploaded on Air Suvidha Portal

    Albania Cuba Kenya Panama The United Kingdom
    Algeria Cyprus Kingdom of Morocco Papua New Guinea Trinidad & Tobago
    Andorra Czech Republic Kuwait Peru Türkiye
    Angola Denmark Kyrgyzstan Uganda Turks & Caicos Islands
    Antigua & Barbuda Dominican Republic Lao PDR Portugal UAE
    Argentina Ecuador Poland Philippines Ukraine
    Armenia Egypt Latvia Qatar Unite State of America
    Australia El Salvador Lebanon Republic of Fiji Uruguay
    Austria Estonia Liberia Republic of Korea Venezuela
    Azerbaijan Eswatini Liechtenstein Romania Vietnam
    Bahamas Finland Lithuania Rwanda Zimbabwe
    Bangladesh France Malaysia St. Kitts and Nevis  
    Bahrain Gabon Maldives San Marino  
    Belarus Georgia Mali Saudi Arabia  
    Belgium Germany Mauritius Serbia  
    Bhutan Grenada Mexico Seychelles  
    Brazil Guatemala Moldova Sierra Leone  
    British Virgin Islands Guyana Mongolia Singapore  
    Brunei Darussalam Honduras Mozambique Slovak Republic  
    Botswana Hong Kong Myanmar Slovenia  
    Bulgaria Hungary Namibia South Africa  
    Canada Iceland Nauru Spain  
    Cambodia Indonesia Nepal Sri Lanka  
    Cayman Islands Iran New Zealand State of Palestine  
    Chad Iraq Netherlands Suriname  
    Chile Ireland Nicaragua Sweden  
    Colombia Israel Nigeria Switzerland  
    Commonwealth of Dominica Italy North Macedonia Syria  
    Costa Rica Jamaica Norway Taiwan  
    Cote d'Ivoire Japan Oman Thailand  
    Croatia Kazakhstan Paraguay    

    Note: The list of countries mentioned above is dynamic and shall be updated time to time. To review updated list of countries please visit the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare Website.

    • Andaman and Nicobar Islands
    • Andhra Pradesh
    • Assam
    • Bihar
    • Chandigarh
    • Chhattisgarh
    • Delhi
    • Goa
    • Gujarat
    • Haryana
    • Himachal Pradesh
    • Jammu & Kashmir
    • Jharkhand
    • Kerala
    • Ladakh
    • Madhya Pradesh
    • Manipur
    • Meghalaya
    • Mizoram
    • Nagaland
    • Odisha
    • Punjab
    • Rajasthan
    • Tripura
    • Uttarakhand
    • Uttar Pradesh
    1. All Foreign nationals intending to visit India for tourism purpose will be allowed to enter into India on e-Tourist/ Tourist Visa through chartered flight (for Group tourism only) from 15th October, 2021
    2. All Individual foreign nationals intending to visit India for tourism purposes will be allowed to enter into India on e-Tourist visa/Tourist Visa with effect from 15th November, 2021
    3. This tourist Visa facility would be applicable only to Tourist Visa/e-Tourist Visa issued on or after 06th October, 2021
    4. e-Tourist Visa under the three options (one month, one year) and five years provided in para 2.5 (i) of the Visa Manual 2019, which remained suspended since March 2020, shall stand restored to nationals of 156 countries as indicated in Annex. I to this Ministry's O.M. of even number dated 30.03.2021 with immediate effect. Nationals of these 156 countries will also be eligible for issuance of fresh e-Tourist visa as per Para 2.5(i) of the Visa Manual, 2019
    5. Regular (Paper) valid Tourist visa issued to foreign nationals of all countries which remained suspended since March 2020 shall stand restored except for nationals of China. Fresh Regular (paper) Tourist Visa are also allowed to be issued by the Indian Missions/posts abroad to all foreign nationals (except for nationals of China) as per provisions contained in Chapter 10 of the Visa manual 2019
    6. Old valid Long duration (10 years) Regular Tourist Visa shall stand restored only for the nationals of USA and Japan. Fresh Long duration 10 year Tourist Visa can also be issued to the nationals of USA and Japan. Canadian nationals will be eligible for fresh Regular Tourist Visa except 10year long duration Tourist Visa. Long duration Regular Tourist Visa issued to Canadian nationals before March 2020 will continue to remain suspended and they would not be eligible for fresh Long duration visa of 10years validity
    7. The foreign nationals on Tourist /e-Tourist Visas would be permitted to enter India only through designated Sea Immigration Check Posts (ICPs) or Airport ICPs by flights, including those under the Vande Bharat Mission or 'air bubble' scheme or by any flights as allowed by the DGCA or Ministry of Civil Aviation. In no case the foreign nationals will be allowed to enter through Land border or riverine routes on Tourist Visa/e-Tourist Visa. Order for opening of Land ICPs and riverine routes will be communicated separately
    8. Medical visas must be issued after 21st October, 2020
    9. Tourist Visa/ e-Tourist Visa of foreign nationals have to be utilised within 120 days from the date of issue of such visa/ETA
    10. Fresh Tourist Visa/e-Tourist Visa will remain valid for single entry for up to 30 days from the date of entry
    11. Customers with Person of India (PIO) card or Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) card or booklet are exempted from visa requirements
    12. Customers using their e-visa for the first time are required to have the following
      1. a passport with at least 2 unused visa pages, and
      2. a printed confirmation of the Electronic Travel Authorization (ETA) with status 'Granted'
    13. Passengers with a Persons of Indian Origin (PIO) Card must change their PIO status to Overseas Citizenship of India (OCI) status before 31 December 2022. Effective from 1 January 2023, passengers with a Persons of Indian Origin (PIO) Card will not be allowed to enter
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