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#1 Sep 11th, 2007, 05:27
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#46 Jul 24th, 2012, 19:53
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I was in India a few years ago with my boyfriend and daughter. My daughter was 8 at the time. One thing I noticed, that was unlike when were were in SE Asia with her is that people still offered us drugs for sale, even though we have a little kid with us. I think, it is safe enough to travel with a kid that age to India, because they can understand when you ask them to not move out of your sight.

I think, with a baby who can crawl or a toddler, India would be risky, because it is way too dirty to let a kid loose in most parts. Maybe a fairly fancy resort there might be OK.

Here are some photos, and a blog I made about this trip to India.
http://www.travelblog.org/Asia/India...og-386210.html
#47 Oct 7th, 2012, 01:06
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Good Info, thanks!

I am planning a trip next year with my youngest child, who will be 12 by then. Although she is not so young, the information in this article and in the comments has still been very useful. Thanks!

I am hoping to visit friends in Delhi and Mumbai, and also travel to Nepal to meet another friend when we go. Not sure how doable this is, but looking into it.
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Originally Posted by Loui View Post I am planning a trip next year with my youngest child, who will be 12 by then. Although she is not so young, the information in this article and in the comments has still been very useful. Thanks!

I am hoping to visit friends in Delhi and Mumbai, and also travel to Nepal to meet another friend when we go. Not sure how doable this is, but looking into it.
Hi Loui, I travelled with my kids twice when they were 8 and 11 and 10 and 13. It adds another dimension to the travel but nothing problematic. It's lovely to watch a loved one experience something for the first time. Hope you have a great time.
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Bayer mosquito electric coils

Hi there, I'm coming to this conversation late. We are going to India with our kids and I can't find tose Bayer Electric coils anywhere, online or in the stores. Can you tell me where you purchased yours? Do they sell them in the US? Thanks much MG
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Thanks for this very helpful article!!
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3 month old baby

Hi!

Has anyone taken a 3 month old baby to India? I'll be working in Bangalore for a couple of months (I've lived in Karnataka before). I'm only worried about vaccines and the like... any experiences?!
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