Travel Tips to India
India is an unique blend of modernization and age old traditions. So, if you are planning for a vacation in the myriad land of India, than you must gather some travel tips before stepping here.
Unlike the Western countries, India is not a liberal country. Indians give respects and religiously follow their age old traditions. So, its very important to maintain social rules and regulations for traveler, if he or she wants to experience an enriching and comfortable holiday in India.
When going to Guajarat, factors you need to take note of include the clothes you need to wear, shopping districts and how to go about in finding the best attractions. During the summer season, it is best to carry light cotton fabrics and your hats, sun glasses and trusted sun block lotion. During the rainy season, cotton is still appropriate but you also need folding umbrellas. During the winter season, do bring jackets and woolen fabrics.
An interesting accommodation option available all over India are the Maharajah’s palaces and forts now converted into hotels. You can find these royal residences in the middle of a lake, in a forest, or on a hilltop, and they are surprisingly affordable.
The green land of Kerala (God’s own country) draws a number of tourists from all over the world to experience the joy of living on waters. Backwaters of Kerala are specially maintained in a way to offer you the pleasure of staying on traditional houseboats- ‘Kettuvalloms’.
When it comes to the best romantic destination, Agra (because of the symbol of love- the Taj Mahal) and the temples of Khajuraho top the chart.
Ajanta and Ellora Caves: These beautiful caves were built more than 2000 years ago. They were built by Buddhist monks – these monks cut some amazing sculptures in the rock caves. The caves are located in Maharashtra.
Sun Temple: This temple is located in Orissa. It was built in the 13th century and is a temple for the Sun God. This temple is one of the architectural wonders of the world – apart from the temple itself, the surroundings of the temple is filled with natural beauty.
Regarding getting Delhi-belly as a first time traveler to India, here’s the consensus. Most people do in fact get sick in their first week, if they’re eating at even reputable local restaurants, more certainly if they’re eating from roadside stalls or drinking anything with milk or yogurt where the local electricity supply is unstable.
Toiletries such as hand sanitizers, water purification tablets, bath salts, mosquito repellents, and sunscreens are a must during India tours. Though your hotel rooms and bathrooms will most probably be very well furnished, you won’t easily find public restrooms in Indian villages or even smaller cities. Even if you do find an occasional clean one you permit yourself to use, forget about toilet rolls.
Wildlife in India is also very fascinating. During India tour tourists can enjoy of safari into 55 national parks teeming with wildlife to catch glimpse of the tiger. The most fascinating wildlife tour in India is Rajasthan wildlife tour. There is Ranthobhore National Park in Rajasthan which draws thousands of tourists eager for a glimpse of the tiger.