India is one of the most populous countries in the world with the fastest growing economy. The scientific and technological advancements over the past few years have helped India become one of the forerunners in the medical tourism sector.

Why India?
  • Well-accredited hospitals
  • Affordable drugs
  • Ease of travel
  • Revolutionary surgeries
  • Wellness tourism
  • Moderate climate
  • Average cost of living

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India produces the largest number of doctors and professionals every year. High standards enforced during their period of study contribute to the superior healthcare quality that India provides. India has several internationally accredited hospitals that provide premium healthcare. India is the world’s third largest exporter of pharmaceutical drugs and the country is renowned because 80% of the drugs exported are very affordable.


Every year, almost two hundred thousand medical tourists come to India for their treatments. India is a popular medical tourist destination for Western countries and Middle East travellers. In 2015, India became the top destination for Russians seeking medical treatment. For several foreign nationals who seek medical treatment, visa-on-travel scheme has been made available, which help them stay in India for 30 days to get the medical treatment.


Indian doctors have the competence to handle any major surgery. India is mostly sought after for its revolutionary surgical treatments in cardiology and bone replacements. The art of revolutionary robotic liver transplant and cardiac surgeries have been perfected by specialists as early as 2002. India also specialises in herbal healthcare making use of its rich traditional affiliation with homemade remedies for diseases. India is also home to alternative treatment techniques like Ayurveda, Siddha, Yoga, etc.


Although India is home to over 500 regional languages, English is spoken fluently throughout India. In the areas where English isn’t well known, one may make use of the numerous licensed language translators. For a month including rent and food expenses, the cost of living ranges between 18,000 – 20,000 INR (270 – 300 USD).


India, as a subcontinent, offers a long list of tourist places. It has both tropical beaches and snow-capped mountains, dense forests and well developed metropolitans, which make it a traveller’s paradise. The most visited tourist places in India are Goa, Coorg, and Darjeeling. Majorly in South India, foreigners are attracted to several ancient monuments and temples, which are constructed several millennia years ago.


India is a temperate country and as a result, the weather is very mild. The average temperature is between 32 °C and 40 °C. Summers tend to get quite hot whereas winters in certain northern parts of the country might experience snowfall. The best time to visit India is between October and March.


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