India is one of the world’s most spiritual and engaging countries. India is full of contrasting sights and sounds, with a rich culture, numerous Hindu temples and bustling cities with centres of booming international commerce.

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Travel Vaccination Clinic

Travel With Peace of Mind

The Taj Mahal, trekking in the Himalayas, and the mighty Ganga River are just a few of the amazing sights in India. Every year thousands of tourists from around the world flock to India to experience all it has to offer.

Visit Village Pharmacy Travel Clinic to get your travel vaccinations for India in Charlton or at our other conveniently located branches that service the greater London area.


Essential Vaccines

When travelling to your destination


Schedule Primary Course

Hepatitis A

0, 6-12M*


0 (Single dose) then 10yrs


0 (Single dose) then 3YRS

Recommended Vaccines

When travelling to your destination


Schedule Primary Course

Hepatitis B *

0 (Single dose) 1-12M


0 (Single dose), 3d, 7d, 12M*

Japanese Encephalitis**

0 (Single dose) 7d, 12M*

* Staying with friends & Family
** At risk areas/ activities 
Tuberculosis (UK citizens Generally vaccinated)

Essential Vaccines Information

Hepatitis A

Hepatitis A is an infection in the liver caused through exposure to faecal matter by oral means. Vaccination against Hepatitis A is offered to people who are eligible.


Rare to find in the UK due to mass immunisation, but certain countries and continents have been known to still carry the disease, such as Asia, Africa and Eastern Europe


Typhoid fever is an infection caused by the bacterium Salmonella Typhi (derived from salmonella food poisoning) that goes on to affect many vital organs.

Recommended Vaccines

Hepatitis B

Hepatitis B is an infection in the liver caused through exposure to infected bloody and other bodily fluids. Hep B is found globally but the high risk areas include some parts of Africa, Asia, the Middle East & Europe.

Japanese Encephalitis

Japanese Encephalitis is a rare but severe brain infection that comes about from exposure to mosquito bites. This disease is commonly found in Asia with the risk being greater in rural areas.


Rabies is a major disease affecting the brain and nerves that leads to severe motor function failure and neurological damage. Rabies is only contracted through the bite or scratch of an infected animal.

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Visiting India

When is the best time to visit?

The best time to visit India is towards the end of October (when monsoon season ceases) and also mid-March. The Monsoon season begins in late May in South India, then moves north.

The Red Fort

Taj Mahal

Old Dehli

Other Highlights

India attracts visitors around the world in a quest for spirituality and self discovery. Every major religion throughout the globe can be found in India, which serves to nourish its different faiths, living in relative harmony.
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Travel Vaccines and Advice for Brazil

Whether you’re planning a non-stop sightseeing trip or more of a spiritual holiday, you need to be aware of the risks of disease and illness associated with your travel plans in India.

Schedule an appointment at a Village Pharmacy travel clinic near you to speak with one of our travel health experts to learn about the vaccinations or preventative medicines you might need to protect yourself and prevent illness prior to your departure.

Get your travel vaccinations for India in Woolwich – book your appointment today!

Protecting you and your family whilst you're abroad

Visit Village Pharmacy for Convenient Vaccination Services in London

Vaccine Information & Recommendation

Here is a general list of essential and recommended travel vaccinations for India.

Essential travel vaccinations:
• Hepatitis A
• Typhoid
• Tetanus

Recommended travel vaccinations:
• Hepatitis B
• Rabies
• Japanese Encephalitis

Depending on what area of India you will be visiting will determine which vaccines will be most beneficial for you to prevent illness while travelling.
Malaria is also very common in parts of India, so you should consider taking antimalarial medication to prevent malaria if you get bitten by an infected mosquito in addition to taking steps to avoid getting mosquito bites altogether.
Book a consultation at Village Pharmacy for advice about available travel vaccinations for India in Woolwich, Charlton, Greenwich, Abbey Wood, Eltham, Plumstead, Lewisham, Thamesmead, Canary Wharf, Bexley, and Bromley.

The Benefits of Travel Vaccinations
Vaccinations are the most effective way to protect yourself against life-threatening diseases and prevent illness. Getting vaccinated can give you the peace of mind you need to know that you are protected from common diseases in India so you can enjoy your travels disease-free!
Book In for Your Travel Vaccine Today at Village Pharmacy in Greenwich
To get your required and recommended travel vaccinations for India in Greenwich simply book an appointment online to schedule a convenient time to visit our Village Pharmacy Travel Clinic. Or search for travel vaccination services near me to find the Village Pharmacy branch closest to you.


Want to know about the Travel Vaccinations?

Yes, the NHS recommends being up to date with all routine vaccines and getting India-specific travel vaccinations before leaving the UK.

Traveller’s Diarrhoea is very common among travellers. Causes can range from viral or bacterial infections to just a difference in cuisine. But, no matter how it happens, travellers’ diarrhoea can ruin your trip. To avoid this, avoid street food, only drink bottled water, and eat in clean and hygienic cafes.

Certain areas are considered high risk for malaria. Check with your travel clinic specialist to find out which places in India have regular outbreaks of malaria.

The yellow fever vaccine is not required for travellers visiting India unless you are coming from a country where yellow fever is prevalent. 

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