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Enjoy the beautiful state of Rajasthan in India; the land of kings and its colorful landmarks in northern India.
Enjoy the capital of the state of Rajasthan; Jaipur. It is the most beautiful spot in the West Golden Triangle that can't be missed during your visit to India where you can also pass to other tourist destinations like Jodhpur, Udaipur, and Jaisalmer.
Pay a visit to the royal residence place for centuries in India by having a tour in Agra Fort. Capture the rich history and the amazing architecture behind its gate that has been marked as a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Generally, as long as you stick to Bottled and filtered water, which is also the local preferred choice when it comes to hydration needs, your in safe hands. As for the food in India, we would generally advise you to stick to restaurants & Cafes, not because you’re doomed if you try food elsewhere, but because the new & unfamiliar spices and water used might not sit well with your stomach.
Now you’ve probably been advised to get some anti-diarrhoea medicine while in India. It goes without saying that India is a modern country and surely has pharmacies like every other place in the world, but here are a group of vaccinations & medications that you might want to bring with you or take while at home. Taking the Malaria Vaccine, Anti-Allergens & Mosquito Repellant. Another good idea if your a first time traveller to India and its a first time trying Indian cuisine would be some medicines for that, as although it’s tasty and flavorful, the spices might prove challenging to some.
Aside from an Open mind, open heart, patience, understanding & a scene of adventure Here are some items that we recommend having with you on your trip.
Charcoal tablets & electrolytes: Both are great for both Diarrhea & Dehydration as the first help absorb the poisons while the second keeps you hydrated. We also recommend
Toilet Paper: It’s pretty common to find it in your hotel, restaurants & malls. The reason why we think having a backup of toilet paper with you is that most restrooms outside of the above-mentioned places likely don’t have. The good news is that you can easily purchase them in India if you don’t feel like packing them beforehand
Ear Plugs & Cable Locks: With a population of over 1.353 billion and active, busy streets India can get pretty noisy. That’s why we recommend Earplugs to soften the surrounding sounds of vehicle horns and loud music. As for the Cable locks, invest in some steel cables and suit locks to secure your belongings while travelling via train or bus as an extra security measure.
Sunscreen & Insect Repellent: One of the things known about India’s weather is that it is often more on the Hot & humid side of things, & that’s where the Sunscreen kicks in. The reason we are recommending bringing along repellant is that most places in India have that might carry diseases such as dengue & Malaria. So, in short, don’t hesitate to use it when witnessing mosquitoes
Due to the generally hot and humid climate of India, dressing light while sticking to a more conservative attire. For the ladies, a loose fit & non-revealing dress would be ideal throughout your sightseeing endeavours in India as you visit the cities many temples & mosques, with the rules, differing from one site to the other. As for the men, you can’t go wrong with a simple combo of a t-shirt & a pair of pants. As for what to pack some bug repellant, comfortable yet sturdy walking shoes, flip flops, swimsuits, deodorant, sunscreen & walking sandals are some of the items that come to mind
For Foreigners willing to visit India they will need a valid passport and entry visa. The important thing is to make sure you have the correct visa, which would be a tourist visa in this case. The visa could be acquired through either the Indian Consultancy or Embassy in your country. The cost of the visa will depend on its purpose but in this case, it’s gonna be a tourist visa. The cost of the visa is 150$ / 200 Canadian dollars or 116 sterling pounds & a 19.90$ admission fee and its valid for 10 years for stays of 180 days or less. Of course, these policies are subject to change so keep updated with the mentioned bodies in your country.
The 2 official spoken languages in India are Hindi and English, with both languages being spoken by around 40% of India. Most of the communications you will be needing while navigating the city and touring in India such as signs, advertisements, menus and tickets among others are in English. In short, most of the people you will be meeting in the capital and main cities will be able to speak English, which might differ from one province to the other as each province determines its own language
The best time to visit India would be between October & March. The reason we recommend this time is India's warm, dry & sunny weather and clear blue skies during that time. For those who prefer things a bot more cooler then the months of December & January would be the way to go, be careful, however, the Himalayas could get pretty cold but offers a clear mountain view
As always the key to feeling safe wherever you travel is understanding & respecting the local culture, diversity, unspoken norms among others, you have no worries when it comes to visiting India. You might be subject to petty theft if your not cautious but in terms of concerns regarding violence, the threat of life situations or racial discrimination are rare and uncommon. As for Women travellers, with the rise of concerns about women safety travellers in the country, we would like to assure you that it is safe as could be. Finally, it’s always advisable to always keep a 70% or above alcohol sanitizer, your trusty face mask with you & generally follow the WHO guidelines relating to the epidemic at all times.
There are no specific reasons that garner vaccinating yourself before visiting the Home of the Taj Mahal, other than being extra cautious. If your travelling forms a place that was infected by yellow fever, you must present a certificate of vaccination from it. Our recommendations are to take a proactive approach to teh matter by taking preventive measures & keeping up with your vaccination routines especially Tetanus & Hepatitis A.
India's Official Currency is the Indian Rupee represented in short as INR. As for its exchange rate, a single US dollar can be exchanged for 74.86 INR, a Single Candian Dollar goes for 55.96 INR, a single Sterling Pound goes for 96.83 INR & finally, a single Euro goes for 87.68 INR. As for ease of currency exchange, you have nothing to worry about as there are many exchange windows in almost every sightseeing spot that give pretty good rates, the same goes for banks & at your hotel.