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Travel Tips India, India Travel Guide India is completely different from any other country with its diverse mix of peoples, climates, scenery, religions, and cultural influences. It can be inspiring, moving and, at times even infuriating. In order to enjoy your tour to the maximum, do go with an open mind; and perhaps without drawing comparisons with any other destination or culture. We have prepared these travel tips to help you with your pre-holiday planning, and also for after you arrive in India.

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Way to go Prepare your documents All foreign nationals are required to hold a national passport with a valid visa for the destination(s) you are visiting. For more information about the documents you need and the process to follow, visit the relevant Government online portals for Visa Application.

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Take health precautions Visit your doctor before you travel for all relevant vaccinations/immunizations. Medical insurance coverage is recommended and is your responsibility. It is a good idea to carry an extra set of your prescribed medication (if any) and keep handy a ready list of allergies and other relevant information regarding your health.

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Be mindful of local customs

India, Nepal and Bhutan are secular countries where people following different faiths and religions live in harmony. There are some local customs and religions sentiments you need to be mindful of when travelling; a modest dress code in general, removing shoes when entering religious places, covering your head as a mark of respect on some occasions, and being aware of local etiquette, is appreciated.

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F&B tips Indian cuisine is famous worldwide for its rich taste and diversity. There is a lot to discover; from spicy snacks to rich curries to sweet delicacies. However, pace yourself and pay attention to always drink bottled mineral water and avoid cut fruits and salads, unless you are at a reputed restaurant or hotel. take care of your appetite to avoid over eating. Also, keep track of water intake and always use packaged mineral water.

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Learn some local words English is a commonly used and understood language throughout the Indian subcontinent. However, familiarising yourself with a couple of commonly used words or phrases will help in communicating with local people.

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