Please arrive to the Kullu-Manali airport (KUU) on July 15. You will be picked by project staff members at the airport and be driven to the housing facilities located at Jong Village, Katrain, approximately a 45- minute drive.
Note: If you missed your connection or your flight is delayed, please call, text or email project director immediately. A local emergency cell phone number will be provided to all enrolled students.
U.S. citizens need a valid passport for at least six months past the last day of the field school and entry visa to India. Students should enter India on a tourist visa. U.S. citizens seeking to enter India solely for tourist purposes, and who plan to stay no longer than 60 days, may apply for an electronic travel authorization at least four days prior to their arrival in lieu of applying for a tourist visa at an Indian embassy or consulate. Visit the Indian government’s website for electronic travel authorization for additional information and online application (https://indianvisaonline.gov.in/evisa/tvoa.html).
U.S. citizens of Pakistani descent are subject to administrative processing and should expect additional delays when applying for Indian visas.
When applying for an entry visa, please list the following address of the field school location: Rajiv Upadhyaya Cottages, Jong Village, P.O – Katrain, Kullu District, Kullu, Himachal Pradesh 175129, India. Phone number: +91 98106027318.
Citizens of other countries are asked to check the Embassy website page at their home country for specific visa requirement.