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India offers perfect holidays to travellers . Here are some interesting travel tips for you !

India offers perfect holidays to travellers . Here are some interesting travel tips for you !

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  • Travelling Tips to India
  • Welcome To India
    India, a famous holiday destinations, of South Asia welcomes travellers with an invigorating smile.
  • Casual Travel Tips
    Cottons are best to carry to India. Synthetics should be avoided.
    Sunscreen and Sunglasses are must in summers.
    Winters are chilly here, there we advise you to bring your sweaters and jackets, especially if you have any plan for hills.
    Try to have mineral water rather than taking it from a tap or somewhere else.
    Book your trip to India – http://www.hellotravel.com
  • Travelling Tips
    You can now book online train tickets in India; it is advisable to have a confirmed ticket rather moving on RAC or waiting list.
    Be careful of touts and pick pockets, especially in crowded places.
    Taxis and autos are easily available near railway stations and airport
    India has the largest rail network and thereby travelling to in India through train is cheap.
    Book your trip to India – http://www.hellotravel.com
  • Religious & Cultural Tips
    Remove your shoes, sandals, sneakers, slippers etc, while going to temples or to any religious sites.
    Take care how you dress. Avoid any skin revealing dresses as it may bring embarrassment to the community and temples.
    Some religious places disallow photography.
    Since most Hindu and Jains are veggies, it isn’t surprising that leather products like shoes, belts, handbags, camera cases etc. are prohibited.
    Book your trip to India – http://www.hellotravel.com
  • Women Travellers.
    Completely avoid free rides or lifts from one place to another.
    Be friendly but not over friendly as it may bring you into trouble.
    Avoid any night travel during nights, specifically if you are alone. Busses or local transportations are complete no ! no!
    Again dressing too plays a major role here..
    Book your trip to India – http://www.hellotravel.com