Health care facilities in India are very limited and can be expensive as well. We suggest all foreigner travellers to consult with their medical insurance company and check whether their policy applies over seas and it cover emergency expenses. When visiting to India, carrying a good medical insurance policy is essential such as medical evolution.
When traveling to India no vaccinations are legally required but we recommend to have Meningitis, Typhoid and Hepatitis A injections before visiting India. It is also advisable to be up to date with tetanus boosters as well. To avoid malaria and dengue,carry mosquito repellents, nets and sprays. For the tourist entering to India from African and South American countries except Yellow fever vaccination, no vaccinations are essential.