International Travel Guidelines
Last updated: November 30 2022 (12:06 PM)
Arrival In India
Travelling from India

Australia

Entry for tourists:
Open

Entry rules:
Australia has eased restrictions. Travellers do not require a vaccination certificate or a COVID-19 test.

COVID-19 vaccination:
Not required

COVID- 19 test:
Not required

Quarantine:
Not required

Additional guidelines:
- Each state and territory in Australia has its own requirements. Travellers visiting Australia should check the requirements of the state or territory they are travelling to. Requirements could include COVID-19 testing after arriving in Australia or vaccination requirements to visit certain venues or work in certain occupations. Find more information here.
- For more information on travelling to Australia, click here.

Austria

Entry for tourists:
Open for Indian nationals

Entry rules:
Travellers can enter Austria without a proof of vaccination/recovery or a pre-departure test report.

COVID-19 vaccination:
Not required

COVID-19 test:
Not required

Quarantine:
- Not required
- Find more information on entry requirements here.

Bahrain

Entry for tourists:
- Open
- Travellers from India with a valid visa can enter Bahrain.

Entry rules:
Travellers can enter Bahrain without a proof of vaccination/recovery or a pre-departure test report.

COVID-19 vaccination:
Not mandatory

COVID-19 test:
Not required

Quarantine:
Not required

Additional guidelines:
View the complete travel requirements here.

Bangladesh

Entry for tourists:
- Open
- Foreign nationals holding a valid visa are allowed to enter Bangladesh.

Entry rules:
Travellers entering Bangladesh will require either a proof of vaccination or a pre-departure COVID-19 test report. Vaccination requirements and details of COVID-19 testing are mentioned below.

COVID-19 vaccination:
Accepted vaccines: Covishield and Covaxin for Indian travellers. Travellers should have completed all doses of the vaccine 14 days prior to entry.

COVID-19 test:
- Not required for fully vaccinated travellers.
- Unvaccinated/partially vaccinated passengers (except children under the age of 12 years) must carry a COVID-19 PCR negative test report with test taken within 72 hours of the flight departure time.
- Irrespective of vaccination status, symptomatic travellers will undergo an RT-PCR test on arrival. If tested positive, they will undergo treatment/isolation at a government facility or hotel at their own expense. Another RT PCR test will be conducted after 7 days and if tested negative, the traveller can leave.

Quarantine:
- No mandatory quarantine.
- Check the complete guidelines here.

Bhutan

Entry for tourists:
Open

Entry rules:
Travellers entering Bhutan do not require a COVID-19 vaccination certificate or a pre-departure COVID-19 test.

COVID-19 vaccination:
Not required

COVID-19 test:
Travellers will undergo random unpaid testing on arrival in Bhutan. Those who test positive will have to quarantine for 5 days at home/hotel.

Quarantine:
No mandatory quarantine. However, travellers who test positive on arrival will have to quarantine for 5 days at home/hotel. Foreigners will have to pay for isolation & treatment (if required).

Additional guidelines:
Read Bhutan's complete travel advisory here.

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