Памятка туриста!

Goa Tourist Memorial

Indian Capital - New Delhi (Dehli)
Large cities: Mumbai (Mumbai, earlier Bombay), Colkata (Colkata, formerly Calcutta), Chenai (Chenai, earlier Madras). Main resorts for foreign tourism - Goa (Goa) and Kerala (Kerala).

Flight. Barter flights from Novosibirsk to Goa. Time on the way is eight hours.

Time. Time's lagging behind tomsky by 1, 5 hours.

Visa. Customary time at embassy for 2 weeks or 10 working days.
Necessary documents:
• Foreign passport valid for at least six months from the end of the journey,

  • 2 questionnaires completed in English
  • 2 photos 3x4
  • A copy of the internal passport (first page and propice page)
● A copy of the airline ticket (the latter will be required if the traveler is approached to the consulate individually).
Consular fees are approximately 75 USD (2,400 roubles for RF citizens).
It's possible to get a visa at Goa Airport. Cost is $75. At the same time, your foreign passport stays at the airport, and in return you are given a card that you're changing on your way back to your foreign passport.
The Indian visa will have to be obtained even for transit through the country.
Russian citizens have the right to freedom of movement throughout the country, excluding areas closed for foreigners. In order to visit such places (some parts of the States of Manipur, Sikkim, Misoram, Arunasal Pradesh, and the Andaman and Nikobar Islands), special permits must be obtained in advance.

Customs: The import and export of previously imported foreign currency is not limited, and national is prohibited. Cash of more than $10,000, as well as personal computers and laptops, are subject to mandatory disclosure. The duty-free import of up to 200 cigarettes, or up to 50 cigars, or up to 250 grams of tobacco, alcoholic beverages, is allowed to reach 0.95 l, jewellery, food, household items and stuff, within personal needs.
The import of drugs and narcotic drugs, weapons and ammunition without permits is prohibited. The export of tigers, wild animals and the operation of birds, skins and articles from rare reptiles and ivory, living plants, gold and silver in slits, jewellery worth over 2,000 INR (except for those purchased in "duty free " ), antiques and elders manufactured more than 100 years ago is prohibited.

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