Tell us about VISA terms and conditions?
Visa rules are quite simpler and easy to follow if you are travelling to India. Just get your tourist visa done by your nearest Indian consulate and attach two Indian referrals in your application, if required. When you plan your trips with us, we will be with you all through these stuffs to provide info’s.
Do I need to concern about Health & Insurance?
All the tourist spots are highly safe when it comes to disease risks. You may consult Internet or Journals to get an idea about current health issues of any place in India. But owing to your overall safety we recommend vaccines of Hepatitis B, Malaria and Typhoid. You may also purchase travel insurance for your trip.
We request you to inform us of any existing medical condition, disability or special needs beforehand so that we can make your holiday as comfortable and enjoyable as we can.
When is the best time to visit India?
India’s weather is extremely varied, but in general, the best time to vacation in India is from September to March when the weather is quite pleasant.Your Travel Consultant will provide you more detailed weather information depending on the season and the specific destinations you choose to visit.
Can I do my own thing during the trip?
Of course you can! We encourage all our clients to be as independent as possible. After finishing the city tour you will have free time to go off on your own or with other group members.
Can I use credit/debit cards in India?
Modern 24-hour ATMs are available in most large towns and tourist spots, and the most commonly accepted cards are Visa, MasterCard, Cirrus, Maestro and Plus. Credit cards are also accepted at growing numbers of shops, restaurants, and mid- range and top-end hotels.
Away from major towns, we advise you to carry cash or travelers checks as backup.
What shall I pack to have an efficient travelling?
A smart packing is all what you need. First check the climate of the city that is on your wish list. Then ask your travel planner if the city is modernized or still preserving traditions. Since western dresses are TABOO in some traditional places of India, like in Rajasthan or any spiritual city, you should avoid ‘funky’ dresses and go ‘desi’ with traditional dresses like long skirts, long sleeves, and a shawl/scarf to cover the head in holy places for women specially.
Is it safe travelling alone in India?
Perhaps the foremost concern of the solo or single traveler is safety. But the saying "safety in numbers" isn't necessarily true -- a solo traveler can blend in more easily than a group, and not drawing attention to you is one way to stay secure. On the other hand, we take special care of all our single travelers and are always there to watch your back.
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