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India Visa Requirement

Visitors to India mush obtain a visa from an Indian diplomatic mission unless they are from a country which has visa-free travel provision to India. India offers visa-free entry to the citizens of Bhutan, Nepal and Maldives (for 90 days). Travelers having an Overseas Citizens of India document or a Person of Indian Origin Card are also exempted from obtaining Indian visa. 
The Indian government, in order to give a massive boost to the tourism industry of the country, has introduced policy of e-Tourist Visa from November 2014. The Electronic Travel Authorisation (ETA) facility has become operational for the citizens of 40 countries. The list of 40 countries also includes the countries which have visa-on-arrival policy. However, the list of the 40 countries were further expanded to 113 countries in August 2015. 
The policy of e-Tourist Visa started on 15 April 2015 extends this facility to the citizens of Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States of America and many more.  The citizens of Japan can also avail the facility of visa on arrival since 1st March 2016. 
The application for e-Tourist Visa has to be applied at least four days in advance of the date of arrival to India. The visa is valid for single entry and offers a maximum stay of 30 days from the date of arrival. The visa can be obtained twice in a calendar year and cannot be extended. The fees of eTV are divided in four slabs of zero, USD 25, USD 48 and USD 60, depending on nationality, and includes a bank fee of 2.5% of the visa fee. As of now, the e-Tourist Visa allows arrival at the 16 international airports located in Ahmedabad, Amritsar, Bengaluru, Chennai, Delhi, Gaya, Goa, Jaipur, Kochi, Kolkata, Lucknow, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Thiruvananthapuram, Tiruchi and Varanasi. 
Please note, the visa policy of a country is subjected to change. Visit the nearest Indian diplomatic mission in your respective country or check with the website of Indian Visa for more updated information.

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Bahrain International Airport

Bahrain, Bahrain

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Trivandrum International Airport

Thiruvananthapuram, India

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Cheap Bahrain to Thiruvananthapuram Flights

Travelling to different countries can be exciting as well as overwhelming. In this article we help you prepare your plan for Bahrain to Trivandrum flight.

About Bahrain
Bahrain is an archipelago of 33 small islands in the Persian Gulf. The Bahrain Isla

nd is the biggest amongst all. It is actually known as the Kingdom of Bahrain. The rest of the land is desert. Thus the climate here is also desert like with very hot summers and mild winters. The country is an oil rich city. 

Apart from rapidly growing into a modern and economically important county Bahrain has a rich historical culture. The Qua’alt Al Bahrain or the Bahrain Fort was built in the 16th century by Portuguese.  It has a museum nearby which has all the antiques collected from the fort and ruins nearby. Abu Mahir Fort, Arad Fort, and Sheikh Salman Bin Ahmad Al Fateh Fort are other small forts worth a visit. Bahrain National Museum is the most visited place by tourists. Artifacts collected from the ancient Dilmun are the highlight here. The Oil Museum is the right place to know the history of the discovery of oil.

The city has a plethora of art galleries for art lovers. It has the Formula One Racetrack for the racing fans. The Tree of Life is the only standing and alive tree in the middle of the desert and oil refineries. There is a Royal Camel farm which takes care of more than 100 camels where one can ride camels too.

Bahrain International Airport 
Bahrain International Airport is 7kms away from Manama. It is easily reachable via taxis. The airport has a duty free shop each at the arrival and departure hall. There is a wide variety of products available. The food court has few fast food joints and coffee shops apart from snack bars. There is a restaurant and a sky bar and few local fine dining restaurants available.

For passengers planning to stay near the airport Movenpick, ART Rotana Amjwaj Island, The Diplomat Radisson Blu, and Crown Plaza are few names out of the list of upscale hotels. Majestic Arjaan Apartments, Busaiteen Towers, Windsor 

Tower Hotel, and Haven Apartments are budget accommodations near the airport.

About Trivandrum
Trivandrum is now known as Thiruvananthapuram, a major city in South India. Built on the coast of the Lakshadweep Sea the weather here is mostly hot and humid, except for in winters when it is pleasant and dry.

The Padmanabhswamy temple is considered a pilgrimage for Hindu worshippers. It’s an ancient temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu and is famous also for its carvings and stone figures. Napier Museum was built in the memory of the then British Governor Lord Francis Napier. It has an outstanding collection of bronze articles. The well planned zoological garden is considered amongst the best in Asia. Near the museum is the quaint Kanakakkunnu palace. It was a place for the royal family to entertain guests and serve non vegfood , as the royal family was vegetarian and had prohibitions on cooking at their abode.Kowdiar Palace is famous for its architecture in its 150 rooms castle. It still is the residence of the royal family. 

The city is blessed with pristine beaches. The Kovalam beach is the most visited. Snorkelling, catamaran rides and cycling on the beach are a few activities one can indulge in on the beach. Shanghumukhum beach is a little further away from the city. The Varkala beach has a stretch of black sand beach known as Black Beach. Veli tourist village and Poovar Island are other two must see places.

Trivandrum Airport
Trivandrum International Airport is 6kms away from the city. It can be reached by taxis and buses. The terminals have few restaurants, tea bars and snack counters. The departure terminal has a duty free shop along with a few souvenir, perfumes and mobile shop. 

There are no airport hotels. Apollo Dimora and Vivanta by Taj are the only luxury hotels nearby. Saj Lucia, Uday Suits, Hotel Highland Park and Classic Sarovar Portico are a few choices amongst the mid-range hotels.

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