India Trip Planners

Travel Tips

While you are travelling, there are certain things that you need to keep in mind to ensure a safe journey in an alien country. We suggest taking care of the following while your journey anywhere to a foreign land to have a hassle free travel experience.

  • While travelling it’s always safe to reconfirm all the airline flights along the way to be on a safer side and not to appear without reservation.
  • Leave for airport in time as my get stuck in traffic on the way to airports and also check the time schedule of your flight as the timings of the flight may alter due to prevalent weather conditions.
  • When in India you may get buzzed by a lot of taxi drivers outside an airport. Check with your travel guide or ask someone at airport regarding the ride and costs it should carry.
  • While travelling in India, always carry some change in form of small Indian currency i.e 10, 50, 100 rupee notes as it would be easier for you to pay.
  • Keep your money at a safe place, in a money belt or somewhere close to your body to prevent it from getting stolen. A foreigner may attract the attention of pickpocketers, so leave your wallet and purse at hotel and carry only the required sum of money.
  • ALWAYS keep your visa, passport, identity proof and other important documents with you.
  • Leave all jewelry and valuable items at home.
  • Do all your bookings in advance of hotels, train, plane, taxi and plan an itinerary to avoid confusion at the last moment.
  • Do not forget to put a name tag with your name, number and email address on all your bags, to get your luggage in case you lose it somewhere.
  • To avoid getting lost always ask directions form more and more people.
  • Check for your kind of restaurants online before heading out to not to starve yourself. You can even explore some local food joints regarding which you can enquire with your tour operator.
  • Do follow your guidebook while travelling across the town to see the nearby places first and the farthest ones later. You can even check out the popular places to dine and other things in your guidebook.
  • Generally, all kinds of medicines are available at pharmacies but still carry your own set of medicines that would help in case of emergencies.
  • Don’t hesitate to hire a guide while sightseeing as they may introduce you to such facts which the internet and guidebooks may miss out. Although check with the tariff as fixed by the govt for hiring the guide.
  • While shopping, always try to bargain and if possible refer your operator for the actual costs of the stuff that you need to buy.
  • Most importantly, use common sense.
  • While you are travelling, there are certain things that you need to keep in mind to ensure a safe journey in an alien country. We suggest taking care of the following while your journey anywhere to a foreign land to have a hassle free travel experience.
  • While travelling it’s always safe to reconfirm all the airline flights along the way to be on a safer side and not to appear without reservation.
  • Leave for airport in time as my get stuck in traffic on the way to airports and also check the time schedule of your flight as the timings of the flight may alter due to prevalent weather conditions.
  • When in India you may get buzzed by a lot of taxi drivers outside an airport. Check with your travel guide or ask someone at airport regarding the ride and costs it should carry.
  • While travelling in India, always carry some change in form of small Indian currency i.e 10, 50, 100 rupee notes as it would be easier for you to pay.
  • Keep your money at a safe place, in a money belt or somewhere close to your body to prevent it from getting stolen. A foreigner may attract the attention of pickpocketers, so leave your wallet and purse at hotel and carry only the required sum of money.
  • ALWAYS keep your visa, passport, identity proof and other important documents with you.
  • Leave all jewelry and valuable items at home.
  • Do all your bookings in advance of hotels, train, plane, taxi and plan an itinerary to avoid confusion at the last moment.
  • Do not forget to put a name tag with your name, number and email address on all your bags, to get your luggage in case you lose it somewhere.
  • To avoid getting lost always ask directions form more and more people.
  • Check for your kind of restaurants online before heading out to not to starve yourself. You can even explore some local food joints regarding which you can enquire with your tour operator.
  • Do follow your guidebook while travelling across the town to see the nearby places first and the farthest ones later. You can even check out the popular places to dine and other things in your guidebook.
  • Generally, all kinds of medicines are available at pharmacies but still carry your own set of medicines that would help in case of emergencies.
  • Don’t hesitate to hire a guide while sightseeing as they may introduce you to such facts which the internet and guidebooks may miss out. Although check with the tariff as fixed by the govt for hiring the guide.
  • While shopping, always try to bargain and if possible refer your operator for the actual costs of the stuff that you need to buy.
  • Most importantly, use common sense.