"Whatever the conditions are, they will vary from venue to venue and that's going to be part of the challenge, as it is in any World Cup," Chappell said after his team's first practice session here.
"We will have to bat (on different pitches) as every team will. Not every wicket is same and not all conditions around the world are same. That's what sorts out better teams from others. We are looking forward to our first game."
The 1983 champions open their Cup campaign against Bangladesh at the Queen's Park Oval here on Saturday. Sri Lanka and debutants Bermuda are other sides in Group B, with the top two advancing to the next Super Eight stage.
"We have looked at our group and we know what we have got to do. We have got three good games coming up and that should help prepare us go further," said Chappell, a former Australian Test captain.
The Indian coach said the team had been looking forward to the group matches after having spent a peaceful time in Montego Bay last week, getting used to the conditions.
"The guys have enjoyed a few days of peace and quiet before the tournament, so in a way that's been good. Now, everyone is keen for the tournament to start," said Chappell.
"It's been a good preparation. We have been happy with the time in Montego Bay. It was a chance for us to get used to the conditions in a measured way without having to rush anything.
"We've have been practising, relaxing, swimming, sailing and snorkeling. We have been doing things you would expect to do in the West Indies, things that sometimes the guys don't get an opportunity to do."
Chappell believed it was an essential part of preparations for the mega one-day event, which opened in Jamaica on Tuesday with the West Indies beating Pakistan.
"It's been a nice change of pace from the point of view of what happens on a normal tour, particularly in India where you are playing every three days. It's very hard to fit in some relaxation," he said.
"So it's been good for the guys to have that opportunity to change of pace, but not so much that it distracts them from what they are doing."
Chappell was satisfied with his team's performances in the warm-up games, saying they made the most of the opportunities. India won both of their matches, beating the Netherlands and the West Indies.
"In warm-up games, you are trying to do different things and I think we got most of things we wanted from these matches," he said.
"I don't think you can take anything from the results as such, but the games were an opportunity for the bowlers to bowl and the batters to bat and getting used to the conditions.
"We are now ready to go. We are looking forward to the main competition, but there's no rush for that either. We know we have got a few days here and we have got our plans for those few days."