How to travel in india

Requirements for travel to India

We leave you below a lot of tips for traveling to India and how to organize the trip. From how many days are necessary, to what is the best time to go, the requirements, the visa or the recommended vaccinations. But also information to make routes through this Asian country. Shall we start?

The most comfortable and fastest way to get to this Asian country is by plane. If you are going to travel to India in high season (Easter, July and August, Christmas) book in advance, fares can range between 400 and 600 euros, but keep in mind that these prices vary every day. ✈ Check the Skyscanner search engine for the best option.

These are some of the recommended vaccinations for travel to India: Hepatitis A, Tetanus and Typhoid Fever. But ideally you should make an appointment at least 1 month before your trip at your local International Vaccination Center for advice.

But, how much money to take on a trip to India? 300 euros for a week can be enough to eat and to do some shopping. Keep in mind that in most places it is only possible to pay in cash (except in hotels and restaurants for tourists).

A Journey to India book

When deciding the best time to travel to India, the first thing that comes to mind is the enormous extension of this country. However, despite this, there are two distinct seasons that will help us choose the best time to visit this exotic country.

Winter is undoubtedly the best time to travel to India, as there is no rain and not too much heat. This period covers the months of November to March included. However, in northern India, December and January are very cold months, so it would be best to avoid them. In southern and southeastern India, on the other hand, the rains are more torrential, especially between October and early December.

On the other hand, September and March are the months with the mildest temperatures, therefore, it would be the perfect choice to visit the desert and jungle in the west of the country. If you visit the national parks between July and September, the rains will fill the area’s lakes and wildlife with beauty.

Types of tourism in India

There are other ways, which I did not record, which could be trying to sell them something (I tried to sell one of them a figurine that I had with me), start answering nonsense or repetitive things until they get tired of you?

That yes, in general it is quite or very spicy, especially in the area of Uttar Pradesh, that is Delhi, Agra, Varanasi…, even if you ask for something “not spicy” they put you something that is minimally spicy (eye, there are things that are not, the chapatis, simple rice, yogurt, that in the thali, typical dish served on a tray you have the option to eat it and mix it to your liking).

As for salads and raw vegetables … well here we enter the health issue. They clean it with their water, so unless it is a very very reliable place and you know it is drinking water, do not do it.

They are constantly asking you for pictures. But be careful, that doesn’t mean that you should take the liberty of photographing everything without control. There are people who don’t want to, especially when you move through deeper areas. Ask beforehand, have a dialogue and you will see that you get that photo you wanted to take with the added bonus of getting to know your subject better.

Trip to India

There are countries that arouse conflicting feelings, places that exert a powerful fascination on travelers but, at the same time, arouse many misgivings. One of them is India, a spectacular and extremely exciting destination, whose journey requires special planning.

Beyond taking into account the bureaucratic formalities, the route, the accommodation or the visits one wishes to make, India requires additional mental preparation. Cultural differences are abysmal and customs often come as a real shock to Western tourists. Knowing them beforehand and taking them into account will undoubtedly help you to live better and enjoy your trip more intensely.

Vaccinations and health insuranceWith regard to health issues, it is essential to be vaccinated against yellow fever, while vaccination against tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis, measles, rubella, mumps and hepatitis A is recommended.

TransportationHorn honking, shouting, engine roaring, traffic jams, people and more people… the first impressions after setting foot in India are stressful. The feeling of chaos seems to permeate everything in a constant coming and going that you get used to. Crossing the street is an adventure that involves dodging vehicles (and waiting for them to do the same).

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