You can come to India by 4 modes of travel: by air, by train, by bus or by cruiseship. While only 2 modes of entry are valid, by air and by cruise ship, you can exit via any of the 4 modes of travel but only through designated ports of exit.
As per Indian Government rules for eVisa India or Electronic Indian eVisa ports allowed for exit, below 4 modes of transport are currently allowed to leave India on eVisa India, if you had applied for India eTourist Visa or India eBusiness Visa or India eMedical Visa. You can exit India via one of the following below mentioned airport or seaport.
If you have a multiple entry Visa then you are allowed to exit through different airports or seaports. You do not have to depart via the same port of entry for subsequent visits.
The list of airports and seaports will be revised every few months, so keep checking this list on this website and bookmark it.
This list will be revised and more airports and seaports will be added in the upcoming months as per decision of Government of India.
You are allowed to enter India on electronic India Visa (eVisa India) by only 2 means of transport, Air and Sea. However, you can leave/exit India on an electronic India Visa (eVisa India) by4 means of transport, Air (Plane), Sea, Rail and Bus. The following designated Immigration Indian eVisa Airport and Seaports for Entry Check Points (ICPs) are allowed for exit from India. (34 Airports, Land Immigration Check Points,31 Seaports, 5 Rail Check Points).
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- Port Blair
- Attari Road
- Bedi Bunder
- Mormagoa Harbour
- Mumbai Seaport
- Nhava Sheva
- Port Blair
- New Mangalore
- Agati and Minicoy Island Lakshdwip UT
- Munabao Rail Check Post
- Attari Rail Check Post
- Gede Rail and Road Check Post
- Haridaspur Rail Check Post
- Chitpur Rail Checkpost