Official regulations about mandatory vaccinations for visiting India, so the decision to vaccinate is taken by the tourists. Usually vaccinated put those who go to nature reserves and parks of India, it is known that the abundance of annoying monkeys, who sometimes literally attacking tourists, is often the cause of infection infections, the bearers of which are humanoid.

There is a prearranged list of required vaccines that can eliminate the risk of disease from the most common in India infections.

Vaccination against hepatitis, or jaundice

Vaccination usually make then, if the journey is short. If the trip is expected for a long time, it is preferable to inject the vaccine, which will give an absolute guarantee against the hepatitis for 12 months. Vaccinated two months before the trip.

A vaccine reaction, which manifests itself in the form of swelling, thickening and redness at the injection site is normal and passes quickly.

Vaccination against typhoid

Typhoid is very common in India disease. You can get infected if you do not observe the rules of hygiene. For those who have expensive health, of course, it is not necessary to wash himself with the waters of the sacred Ganges.

The vaccine intravenously do or take to prevent the appropriate medications. Vaccinated only once, and the effect of the vaccine persists for five years.

Vaccination against rabies

Inoculation must be done to those people who are going to work with animals in the many wildlife sanctuaries and reserves of India. The validity of vaccination against rabies three months, and it is not exempt from numerous injections, if the victim was bitten by a sick animal. Vaccination will only give an advantage in the treatment, speed up the recovery.


Vaccinated against polio can also be done, as in India, the disease is still found. But keep in mind that this vaccination is contraindicated in people with allergies, you may experience a severe reaction. The polio vaccine is done once and provides a guarantee for three to five years.

Vaccination against meningitis

Doctors recommend vaccination against this disease. Meningitis is transmitted by airborne droplets and is quite common in India. There is a risk of infection.

A tourist may require a certificate of vaccination against yellow fever, if he enters into India from South America or Africa. In addition to all these vaccinations, you should observe basic rules of their own safety:
- do not drink water from unknown sources
to reject any food if there are doubts as to their freshness,
to refuse to walk barefoot even on hotel beaches.

One more important comment. Even with health insurance, you should remember that many infectious diseases may not be recognized as insured events.