Foreign travel advice
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) advise against all travel in the immediate vicinity of the border with Pakistan, other than at Wagah.
The FCO advise against all travel to Manipur and against all but essential travel to Imphal, the state capital of Manipur. See Local travel
The FCO advise against all travel to Jammu and Kashmir with the exception of (i) travel within the cities of Jammu and Srinagar, (ii) travel by air to the cities of Jammu and Srinagar, (iii) travel between these two cities on the Jammu-Srinagar national highway, and (iv) travel within the region of Ladakh. The tourist destinations of Phalgam, Gulmarg and Sonamarg fall within the areas to which the FCO advise against all travel. See Local travel and Terrorism
Rath Yatra, the Festival of Chariots in Puri, Odisha, draws a large number of visitors from India and overseas and starts on 6 July 2016. Monitor local media and take advice from the local authorities about traffic news.
Jat leaders met with Haryana government and all protests have been called off. However, Delhi police still have their ban on large gatherings in southwest, northwest and southeast Delhi in place. If you’re travelling in or through these areas you should remain vigilant, avoid protests, demonstrations or large gatherings, monitor the local media and follow the advice of the local authorities and your travel company.
Over 800,000 British nationals visit India every year. Most visits are trouble-free.
Tropical cyclones are common, particularly off the east coast. You should monitor the progress of approaching storms and follow the advice of the local authorities, including any evacuation orders. See Natural disasters
There is a high threat from terrorism throughout India. Recent attacks have targeted public places including those visited by foreigners. See Terrorism
The Indian Ministry of Tourism has a 24 hour multi-lingual telephone helpline on toll free number 1800 111 363 providing visitors to India with information about travel and tourism.