TRAVEL, VISA & OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR OVERSEAS DELEGATES
Delhi, the capital city of India is a symbol of country’s rich past and thriving present. It is a city where ancient and modern blend seamlessly together. Replete with evidence of its rich and astonishingly varied cultural past & heritage, Delhi also gives you a feel of the ultra modern city it is evolving into! Discover the various travel and tourism options in and around Delhi and plan your trip well in advance!!
Delhi tourism official website
Special package deals which can be booked through the conference website
We have negotiated special rates with selected hotels for your stay in India, you can explore these options through the accommodation tab in this website. Shuttle bus services will be provided to and fro from these hotels to the conference venue.
February is spring time in Delhi with pleasant cool & sunny weather. The temperatures are usually in rage of 20-25 degree Celsius (68 to 77 degree Fahrenheit). It is advisable to carry light woolens during this time of the year.
You will need to obtain a conference visa to attend this conference. Please contact your local Indian visa consulate for details.
After you register for the conference, please mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your conference registration number, passport details and details of your address while in India, and we will mail you an invitation letter which can be used while applying for the conference visa. Conference visa is valid for three months; please apply keeping in mind the dates of the conference.
You can obtain basic information in the following government website https://indianvisaonline.gov.in/visa/index.html
It is advisable to consult your local travel health specialist well in advance of travel to India to acquaint yourself of country specific requirements. No mandatory vaccination is recommended for travel to India except Yellow fever vaccine for delegates coming from zones declared endemic for Yellow fever by the WHO. Please go through the following documents in this regard
WHO list of countries endemic for Yellow fever
Govt of India advisory on Yellow fever