Travel Insurance India

India is a country of contrasts, situated between the Bay of Bengal and the majestic Himalayan mountain ranges, offering a diversity of landscapes of remarkable beauty. To make the most of your stay, discover our tips and don't forget to take out international health insurance! Travel with peace of mind and the assurance of complete protection as you explore India.

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Temples, palaces, festivals, elephants… A trip to India is a complete change of scenery, but before you leave you need to plan your itinerary carefully. To get the most out of your trip to India, follow our checklist of must-see places you don’t want to miss! And don’t forget to take out travel insurance for peace of mind. Good health cover will help you avoid financial and legal complications in the event of an accident. Mondassur can help you choose yourtravel insurance and advise you on the different offers available on the market, to find the formula best suited to your situation and needs.

Travel Insurance India
Travel Pass

Cost-effective international health insurance for your trip to India.



/ trip

Travel Insurance India
Horizon 365

Appropriate health insurance if you travel at least twice a year.



/ year

Travel Insurance India
Gold Start

Our international health insurance for trips lasting more than 90 days.



/ month

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When to go to India?

Due to very high temperatures, the best time to visit India is winter. The season starts in October and ends in February, during the cooler months.

Must-see places in India

  • Agra: Agra is well worth a visit, with many must-see sights. Starting with the Taj Mahal, the symbol of India. Then, the Red Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage site. And don’t miss the palace of Fatehpur Sikri.
  • The Golden Temple in Amritsar: This covered temple is little-known, yet it’s one of the most beautiful in India.
  • Jaipur: also known as the Pink City, is one of India’s liveliest cities. The Palace of the Winds is Jaipur’s most famous landmark. It is part of the City Palace, used by the current maharaja and his family.
  • Udaipur: The Venice of India, with its lake and lively, narrow streets. It’s India’s most romantic city. Don’t miss his palace in the middle of the lake, which was the setting for a James Bond film.
  • Sailing the Ganges in Varanasi: This is a sacred city in India, especially its river. Life and death mix. Dying in this city is a promise of eternal life. The dead are then taken to the stake. But Indians also wash their own cloths and themselves. And every evening, a ceremony, the Puja, sees the waters of the river covered with lights, offerings to the gods.
  • Ajanta: Thirty caves carved into the cliff faces. These caves contain thousand-year-old Buddhist paintings. They are listed as a World Heritage Site.
  • Kailash Temple in Ellora: This temple is part of a group of 64 monasteries. It is the most spectacular of Ellora’s temples, having been carved into the cliff from its summit at 6714 meters above sea level. It’s the world’s largest monolithic structure.
  • Mumbay (or Bombay): The city of Mumbai is a must-see, with stunning architecture thanks to its English heritage. The heat, the garbage, the colors, the noises, the smells, the mess, the saris, the turbans – you’ll know you’re in India!
  • Khajuraho: Temples renowned for their carvings and erotic representations, with some surprising and bizarre things, this temple is well worth a visit!
  • Chittogarh Fort: India’s largest fort, covering 700 hectares. The Towers of Glory are also very impressive.
  • National parks: There are many popular national parks in India. The best-known are Keoladeo National Park (for birds) and Bandhavgarh National Park (for Bengal tigers). But also Rajati, for its beauty and rich bio-diversity, and Chambal, notably for its crocodiles.
  • Kumbhalgarh: The world’s largest wall after the Great Wall of China. It is located near Udaipur. Its approach is superb, in a mountainous and arid landscape.
  • Minakshi Temple: A Hindu temple in Madurai is one of India’s most important. Very important to Hindus, it is inundated by a never-ending stream of devotees. This temple is characterized by its very bright colors, including in the galleries.
  • Delhi: A veritable melting pot, the city is home to 15 million people. There are many things to do in Delhi: the Akshardham Temple, Humayun’s tomb, Gandhi’s final resting place and the Qutb Minar (India’s largest minaret).

Travel insurance for India?

Of course you’ll want to experience all kinds of adventures during your stay in India, and sometimes the precautions you take aren’t enough. In the event of an accident, health care and hospitalization costs can be very high. We strongly advise you to take out travel insurance for India to cover you throughout your stay.

Mondassur can help you choose the right cover for your trip to India. We guarantee you insurance that will meet all your expectations and allow you to travel with peace of mind. Request a free quote online or contact our customer advisors by phone, e-mail or WhatsApp.

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