Take a chain lock and place a tiny lock on the zipper of your bag, even in 2nd class A/C. keep all valuables in train or bus in backpack safely.
You can ask to provide food with less oil and spice. You also can say about your test.
Not recommended. Trying to travel fast will cause you to get worn out, sick. Travel slow, take your time. If required, ask some experienced Tourism Company to prepare good itinerary for you.
Yes, you should inquire proper time to visit a particular destination.
There is incredibly wide range of accommodation provided from Hotels, Heritage properly, Resorts, House Boats, with great hospitality, facilities and amenities. Our suppliers paying regular visits to different destinations to fix properties that we recommend.
In every 10 to 50 kms, tradition, culture, language, taste, dress etc are different. At North India you can have very reach vegetarian and non vegetarian food with lots of spices. South India is popular for its traditional and vegetarian cuisine. In most of the cities and tourist destinations, they offer a wide selection of cuisine, from Punjabi, Chinese, continental or even Mexican etc.
AP means The American Plan. In AP accommodation’s quoted rate includes three meals a day, i.e. breakfast, lunch, and dinner. In the American plan, the meals are provided by the establishment’s kitchen and served on site/dinning hall.
MAP means The Modified American Plan. In MAP accommodation’s quoted rate includes two meals a day, including breakfast and either lunch or dinner. In the Modified American plan, these meals are provided on site and in the hotel dining room.
CP means The Continental Plan. In CP accommodation’s quoted rate includes room plus breakfast on the premises for every guest who occupies a room overnight. A continental breakfast is set out as buffet-style.
EP means The European Plan. EP indicates that the quoted rate is strictly for lodging and does not include any meals. Any food provided by the hotel is billed separately. Taxes and tips are usually additional as well.
It is recommended that you keep with you first Aid Box consisting of medicines of Malaria, Dairia, stomach problem, head ague, etc.
At most of the destinations, Internet connections are available with reasonably fast. In remote rural areas there may be problem. However, Wi-fi access is available at most of good hotels.
At most of tourist hotels and restaurants service fee is usually added to the bill. However the tipping standard is usually 10% of the bill. It is required to tip bellboys and porters, as well as taxi drivers and chauffeurs.
We require to dress a little more conservatively – and avoid to wear shorts or sleeveless tops. You may have to take off your shoes or remove all leather items. However, temple management will take care of these things. At many temples photography is prohibited. Inquire about the dress code of the temple.
It is required to ask permission when taking photos of anyone, especially women. Always ask before taking photos at a religious site or ceremony, or of people bathing on the ghats, river banks or in rural areas. At military installations, courts, some train stations, bridges and airports photography is prohibited.
Single woman or small group of women can travel alone to any tourist destination by following some precautions. Avoid traveling alone in night hours and lonely places with unknown person.
It is recommend to carry small or moderate cash amount with you and try to make use of credit-card or ATM cards instead of carrying heavy cash with you. If you are traveling to a remote destination, national park, tribal areas, less known tourist destination than carry sufficient cash with you as you may not find ATM.