Travel Tips


1) CURRENCY OF INDIA:-

The rupee (INR) is the currency.

Traveler's checks can be exchanged at banks and have frequently accepted.

Credit cards and debit cards are also widely accepted. ATMs are available in most cities

All the time contact a bank or authorized Currency broker when exchanging money. Confirm that you get a receipt. Don't trust a stranger who offers you a good exchange rate. This is against the rules and you risk falling for fraud.

                                                                   
2) THE VISA POLICY OF INDIA:-

A visa is required for most countries who are visiting India.

Some countries can get visas on arrival: The following countries receive visas on arrival in India: Cambodia, Finland, Indonesia, Japan, Laos, Luxembourg, Burma, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, and Vietnam.

Before traveling to India, pls verify with the Indian High Commission, the visa office, or your travel company or agent.

For entry into India, visitors from Bhutan and Nepal do not need visas and their stay is unlimited.


                                                               
 3) LANGUAGE IN INDIA:-

In India, Hindi and English are a widely used and understood language.
Nearly 23 other languages are spoken in India like Marathi, Tamil, Urdu, Punjabi, Kannada, Sanskrit, Telugu and many more


4) PHONE CALLS AND INTERNET IN INDIA:-

+91, the country code for India

The international calling code is 00.
00 + a country code, the city, and the area code number, if applicable.

Internet Is available in India with 4G and 5G speeds. Large hotels have internet access and are available in airports, railway station, bus stop and government office



5) AVAILABILITY OF HOTELS AND FOOD:-

FOOD:-
Avoid purchasing food from sellers beside the road.
Make sure the restaurants that you commonly serve food that is fresh.
Drink only bottled water.

                                                                            

HOTELS:-
When traveling alone, check the hotel's standards and requirements using its official website and reviews from before visitors.

Also, keep your hotel's location and address available at all times during the trip in case you become lost in the big cities.

For transportation to bus and train terminals, particularly after dark, ask your hotel or guesthouse to make reservations for a taxi or auto-rickshaw.


                                                                    

6) DOCUMENTS EMERGENCY:-

When traveling, it is advised to keep a duplicate copy of your passport, Indian visa, and flight tickets separate from the originals in case your originals are forgotten, lost or destroyed.

7) TIME ZONE IN INDIA:-
GMT +5:30

8) ABOUT CLOTHING AND WEATHER:-

CLOTHING:-
India is a unique country, and the weather could vary depending on the time of year you visit and where you are going.
Before you go there, check the weather.
Avoid dress in something too uncovering or tight.



WEATHER:-
India includes a wide range of weather conditions throughout the year, with certain areas experiencing high heat, monsoon rains, flooding, and various changes in the climate.



9) ABOUT MEDICAL AND TRANSPORT FACILITIES:-

MEDICAL:- Keeping a kit of necessary medications in case of emergencies is still instructed. There may be locations where you travel when some medications are unavailable.



TRANSPORT:- Roads, Railways, Waterways and Airways are the transport system in India.
Ambulance helps in case of health problems in a city or small villages



10) SIGHTSEEING:-

Join only confirmed tour guides when exploring. Don't put trust in anyone offering you affordable services.

Enjoy Indian rich traditions and amazing environments, where you may find historic buildings, hopping marketplaces and peaceful beauty spots at all times of day.












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