Health and vaccinations

Health and vaccinations

We recommend that you visit your doctor to discuss your trip at least  three months before you travel if possible.  They will have the up to date information on vaccinations and be aware of any personal health issues you may have that need to be considered.

Karnataka is a low risk area for Malaria.  Some cases of Dengue Fever have been reported, so it is best to discuss this with your doctor so that you can make an informed decision.

If you are travelling to other parts of India other than those visited while on your Skillstourism holiday, please be sure to check advice for each area as there as some areas in India where Malaria is a high risk.

India has very good doctors, dentists and hospitals.  Should you become ill on your holiday, we will be there to advise the best facilities nearby.  Please don’t forget that travel insurance is compulsory for very good reasons, so be sure to arrange it before you leave home.  We suggest you arrange it as soon as you book your holiday in fact.

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