Jammu and Kashmir states are on several nation's Do Not Travel lists, and even visiting the cities of Jammu and Srinagar is recommended against because of the threat of clashes. Those states are also experiencing flooding from monsoonal rain at present.
Kerala is a bit tense at the moment. (BTW, authorities have banned alcohol except in 5 star international hotels).
I'd also like to hear from recent travellers (or those still there). What do you suggest people?
Phil at the safety hub about 5 years ago
As Glenn says use common sense. Every country has its risks. Even in the US of A there are loonies who run around with guns that can be bought off the internet and shoot and kill innocent people in malls
Being an Indian male, living in the city or Mumbai, there are still certain areas where I wont go alone at night. There are similar places in other cities all over the world
Just take precautions, dress like the locals, ask for local advice.. follow common sense and dont take things for granted ---and you should be fine about 5 years ago
This Glenn Harris seems to be sick of Religions.
There are no terrorist threats in India now, Indian government has really become strict about it after the Mumbai attacks. You can have a glorious time there.
Avoid going Kashmir as it is flooded and there is a risk of epidemic there.
I was also thinking to spend my Christmas holidays in Goa and looking to book my tickets via letsflycheaper about 5 years ago
Glenn haris is falseinformed by someone.i am a indian christian.hindus here is very tolerant. In reality hindu groups are peace lovers.but nowadays many other religious groups are trying to distroy the good image of hindu groups.so in india all are welcome. Dont misguided by false information almost 6 years agoAnswered by tom via WorldNomads.com