Do's and Dont's During India Travelby India Trip Planners India Trip Planners
India is a diverse country that boasts of various flora fauns species, climatic conditions, religions, and cultures. For the first time travelers, it can be a hard task to adjust to Indian environment and lifestyle. So, here are some tips that can make your India tour comfortable and hassle-free.
During your India visit, there are chances that you might be visiting temples and shrines. Keep Shawl or Scarf in your handbag. This will help you in covering your head during Shrine or temple visits. You can also use the scarf during open sightseeing to protect your self from sun rays and if you are traveling during the winter season then a woolen Shwal will help to stay warm.
Always remove shoes before entering shrines, temples or any other worship places.
Pay a visit to local bazaars to gather handmade traditional souvenirs.
Always keep clean water with yourself during an excursion of rural or remote areas as it can be a hard task to find clean water for drinking.
Dress modestly, try to avoid short clothes during an outdoor excursion. It is one of the most important things that you keep in mind during a 7 days Golden Triangle tour. You can wear anything in the premises of your hotel or wherever you are staying.
Do not carry leather material into Jain and Hindu temples as leather is prohibited inside Hindu and Jain temples.
Do not shake hands with females of Rural areas in India. It is a common courtesy in urban areas but try to avoid any physical contact with females in rural areas.
Try to avoid smoking or drinking in Public. It is an offensive thing in India.
Try to avoid religious discussions with Indian people, as Indians might get offended. Indians take religious values very seriously you don’t want any kind of trouble.
Do not travel alone in remote areas, it might be a little dangerous for females to travel alone especially in remote areas.
Do not litter on the roads and other places that you are visiting, try to put garbage always in the dustbin.
You can also hire car rental Delhi to avoid the rush and traffic if you are visiting the big cities of India. Also, contact your travel agency for detailed information of Do’s and Don’t list. Small precautions can make your trip to India really extraordinary.
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