TRAVEL TO INDIA !!!!

India knows for it’s diverse terrain. From the Indian Ocean to the peaks of the Himalayas, from the rolling hills to the desert and everything in between, you will be impressed.

 

Only a few countries in the world leave such a deep, lasting impression on the traveler as India does. This is one of the reasons why many travelers visit India.

A trip to India is full of the unexpected, unknown and forgiving sights. You won’t return home quite the same after the adventure!

 

 
 

THESE ARE THE BOXES THAT MUST BE TICKED BEFORE YOU LEAVE FOR INDIA

 

(1) GET A VISA FOR INDIA

You can go online and apply for this yourself. The process is long and complicated. But it is the cheapest option. Make sure you get your photo done professionally, so it is the right size. In Australia, you can get this done at the Postoffice.

 

(2) GET YOUR IMMUNISATIONS UP TO DATE

Visit your GP or Travel clinic to make sure you have all the updated information regarding your immunization. Make sure you tell the doctor all the destinations in India you are visiting.

 

(3) GET YOUR CURRENCY EXCHANGE

Indian rupees are heavily regulated. Do not exchange significant amounts of money, just enough to see you a taxi fee, food, etc. The best place I found for a good deal is Travelex.

 

(4) PACK SMART, INDIA IS VERY TRADITIONAL COUNTRY.

Clothes: long sleeves, long pants/ shirts, scarf. I suggest layers, to keep warm. Sun Hat, Sun Screen, Inspect repellents, first aid. Remember the best part of traveling is getting the feel of being local, so why not try some Indian outfit and have some fun.

 

(5) REGISTER YOUR TRAVEL PLANS ON YOUR LOCAL GOVERNMENT SITE

Most countries have a smart traveler site. In Australia, you can register your travel plans on this site. http://smartraveller.gov.au

 

(6) CHECK YOUR PASSPORT HAS SIX OR MORE MONTHS VALIDATION.

If your passport expires in less then six months before you are to leave for your travel, you need to renew your passport.

 

(7) INFORM YOUR BANK

If you are planning on using a credit card or bank card while traveling through India, make sure you let your bank know the dates you are away. I found the bank puts hold on your card if you fail to inform them. Best way to avoid situations, where you can not use your own money while overseas.

 

(8)  GET TRAVEL INSURANCE 

Following these simple guidelines, you will be able to get the most out of your trip to India.

 
 

#Travelquote: “Broad, wholesome, charitable views of men and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in one little corner of the earth all of one’s lifetime.” – Mark Twain

 

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