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The following information applies to all visitors entering India through other international airports, as on date there is no international airport in Himachal Pradesh.

Documents
All foreign tourists wishing to visit the country must carry a valid visa and national passport for India. Disembarkment and embarkation cards duly filled in should be presented at the immigration counter on arrival and departure respectively. Indian visa are available from Indian Consulates around the world, on a payment of a visa freeThe Foreigners Regional office(FRO) in any of these cities- Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata and Amritsar can be contacted. In State capitals and district headquarters the application can be submitted to any of the Police Commissioner's Office.

Money And Foreign exchange
Indian currency is not permitted to be brought in or taken out of the country without the permission of the Reserve Bank of India. Unlimited amount of foreign currency or traveller cheques are allowed into the country. All major international credit cards are widely accepted in India. Indian rupees are available in denominations of 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 500 and 1000. Well known accepted credit cards are Diners, Master, Visa and American Express. Some of the larger nationalised banks include the State Bank of India (SBI), Punjab National Bank (PNB), Bank of Baroda (BOB), Canara Bank, Union Bank of India and Central Bank of India and other leading banks like UTI, ICICI, HDFC and IDBI. ATMs are also widely available.

Traveller's Cheque (TC)
The TC's are mostly accepted but have to be encashed because they are generally not accepted to be used directly for payment.

Custom Regulations
There are two clearance channels. The green channel for passengers carrying non dutiable items and the red channel for the passengers with dutiable goods.

Income Tax Clearance
The foreign section of the Income- Tax department at the international airport issues these certificates.

Foreign Travel Tax
The tax for international travel from Indian airports is levied @ Rs.150 for the travel to neighbouring countries and Rs. 500 for travel to all other countries.

Healthcare
Protect yourself against mosquito bites and take prophylactic drugs. Drink plenty of water, use salt on food and avoid extreme exertion in warm climate. The case of insect byte should immediately be treated with a local antiseptic or antibiotic cream. Aerosol spray on clothes deters insects.

Police and Emergency
In case of items stolen contact the duty officer at the nearest police station. Incase of loss, theft or related problem encountered while traveling in train, report to train attendant.

Safety
Beware of tricksters while making a purchase through credit cards.