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India is a wonderful country full of color and contrast on your arrival you will be handled by your driver, he will answer with pleasure your questions and ensure your safe travel.
ON THE ROAD :
When your journeys on the roads of India you will meet colorful trucks, vintage ato rickshaw bikes and sacred caw crossing the road, and there you are sure to be in India. Well we drive abry where in india, Indians understand each to other and know their routes. It is advisable to take our drivers who know the roads and guarantee a pleasant trip all securite letting you enjoy the scenery and the different scenes of life on the road.
FOOD & DRINK
Cows are sacred in India, and as a result many Indians do not eat beef – some areas are strictly vegetarian towns, Some areas also prohibit alcohol. and buy bottled water from respectable and decent looking outlets, Check the seal before buying the water to make sure that it is intact, It is advisable to drink bottled water.
It is advisable to keep a mosquito repellent ointment with you always, Always carry a kit of the basic emergency medicines you might need, Especially medicines for upset stomach, vomiting, diarrhea, fever, etc with you. Try to avoid spicy dishes, especially in the initial stages of your travel, If you fall very sick, it is better to visit a doctor
Avoid crowds, especially if you are female. Try to avoid shaking hands. Greet people with a ‘namaste’ (hands pressed together at chest level as if in prayer). You will be appreciated for using the Indian style of greeting.
The currency of india is the Rupee, one Rupees equal to 100 paise. The currency comes in denominations of 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 500 & 1000 . Make sure your notes are in good condition. it is advisable to carry a mixture of cash and credit cards to guard against any situation, US Dollars, Euros are easy to change, Other hard currencies can also be changed in tourist areas and big cities, a growing number of hotels, restaurants and shops are beginning to accept credit cards.
While in India carry basic clothing with yourself, However don’t pack so much that you find it difficult to handle your own baggage, Indian clothing pattern changes according to the seasons, You will find many varieties of clothes to wear in India while traveling and shopping, In India people still sticks to tradition,
You would want to avoid shorts, tank tops, Sleeveless shirts, if decent can be worn without any problems.
The telephone Country Code is +91. Mobile Telephone coverage is limited to major towns but is increasing all the time, Internet and E-mail can be accessed from an increasing number of hotels and from Internet cafes across the country, many now with Wi-Fi.
Temples & Holy Places
Always remove your shoes before entering a Temple or place of religious significance, It is also recommended that you cover your head with a scarf or pasmina and dress modestly as a measure of respect .
you will surely come across beautiful country with beautiful faces purposes with beautiful green eyes emerald …
you will not resist wanting to take a picture, they sometimes ask few rupees in exchange! Mechelen!
poliment..ou waived if you insist on a photo proposed him something example candy, foods etc. the store next to you, avoid giving money easily.
The Indians in to the tourist places like the Taj Mahal take pleasure in taking pictures with you, and all their families then sourriez! they are simply happy to meet you.
If you have pre-arranged an Airport arrival transfer in India, you will find our driver from India Passion Tours waiting with placrad to meet you outside the Customs Hall. Please look for a India Passion Tours sign with your name on it (not a hotel sign). The Airport arrival area tends to get crowded with lots of people holding signs, so you may need to look carefully for your transfer driver. In the unlikely event, that you are unable to find our Airport our Driver with your name, please call the relevant emergency contact numbers Anil Kumar – 91 9999776433
We hope that all information will be useful. All these is for information purposes.
India travel guide destination information
Essential information on Travel to India, including information regarding Visa’s, Currency, Health requirements, Safety etc. Our travel guide to India (below) covers a lot of common questions, that almost all travelers to India seek answers for.
The Govt of India has recently introduced an Electronic Travel Authorisation (Visa on arrival) facility, making it very easy for travelers to apply for and obtained there Travel Authorisation online. The Nationals of almost 140 countries are now eligible for Electronic Travel Authorisation (Visa on Arrival).
The Electronic Travel Authorisation needs to be applied for online 30 days before the travelers intended arrival date. The Electronic Visa is granted via email, copy of which needs to be carried by the travelers. It is a mandatory requirement to carry a print of this Authorisation, failing which travelers may not be allowed to board their flight to India. On arrival in India, the actual visa is stamped on the passport. The Electronic Travel Authorisation (Visa on Arrival facility) is currently available for travelers arriving into 16 of India’s International Airports namely Ahmedabad, Amritsar, Bengaluru, Chennai, Cochin, Delhi, Gaya, Goa, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Kolkata, Lucknow, Mumbai, Tiruchirapalli, Trivandrum & Varanasi.
More detailed information on this can be found on https://indianvisaonline.gov.in/visa/tvoa.html.
All Tourists whose Nationality is not mentioned in this Electronic Visa Authorisation eligibility list , MUST obtain a valid Visa in advance, by contacting the Indian Embassy / High Commission / Consulate in their respective country before travelling to India.
We strongly recomend that you purchase a comprehensive Travel Insurance policy prior to your India trip. Insurance should include coverage for personal accident, medical expenses, baggage loss, and cancellation or curtailment of your holiday. You must have adequate insurance, to cover you in the event you suffer a medical problem while travelling.