Health Precaution : You are recommended to get yourself vaccinated as per the prescribed norms for India. For Covid -19, make sure that you are fully vaccinated. If you are found infected with Covid-19 or any other infectious disease, you or your medical insurance company will bear your medical expenses. Visit your doctor and get the proper dosages of medicine before leaving for India. Keep your recommended medicine handy while on the tour.

Local Custom : Being a secular country we have the people of different faiths and customs living in India. You are advised to respect the local custom and culture of the people especially when you are at a religious place.

Avoid Panhandlers : Discourage Panhandlers in the street. If you are really interested donate in a registered organization, temples or gurudwara where community kitchens are organized to feed the hungry stomach.

Food and Beverage : India has a wide range of cuisine which is famous for rich taste. It can be too hot to too sweet and hence it is recommended to keep the right pace that suit to your stomach. Avoid unhygienic food, ice, cut fruits and salad except in your hotels or restaurants. Avoid contaminated water and drink only packaged water.

Shopping in the street : Local market in the street will test your bargaining skill. Get some idea about the price of the product and take the best deal from the vendors. The bargaining is not allowed in bigger stores and fixed price shops.

Currency : The local currency in India is Rupee, Indian currency is fully accepted in Bhutan while partially (only the notes of Rs 100 denomination) accepted in Nepal. Nepali or Bhutanese currencies are however not accepted in India. You can get your currency converted into local currency at any of the international airport in India, at good hotels, in Banks and government approved money exchange shops.

Tipping : Tipping is entirely at your discretion. It is indication of your satisfaction from the services provided by people like your guide, driver, porter, bell boy, waiter etc.

Voltage : In the Indian subcontinent the electricity being supplied is of 220/240 volt with a circular two pin or three pin plug. You are recommended to carry extension code to charge multiple devices and prefer battery operated appliance.

Avoid Bug bites : In some area certain insects and mosquito carry and spread disease like Chikungunya, dengue, fever, malaria etc. Take necessary precaution from them especially when you are staying in a village or in a nature resort.

TRAVEL INSURANCE : The Company does not provide any travel insurance and recommends its clients to take a comprehensive insurance cover prior to commencement of the tour. We recommend the following categories, which should be included in the insurance plan:
• Trip Cancellation and Interruption: The insurance should cover the non- refundable payment made for flight tickets or any other land arrangements that got cancelled before the commencement of tour or even during the tour due to any unforeseen circumstances.
• Medical Expenses Cover: It should cover the cost for all the medical expenses like physician, hospital charges including medicines for treatment, operation, hospitalization and emergency services.
• Baggage Insurance: It should cover purchase of clothing and other accessories, which may be required in the event of baggage delayed, stolen or damaged.

PASSPORT & VISA : Except for the citizens of Nepal & Bhutan, travelers from all the other countries are required to take 06 months valid passport and a valid Visa to travel to India. The citizens of Nepal & Bhutan need to carry valid identity card for travel in India. Our cost does not include the cost of processing Passport and Visa.

UNDERSTANDING LANGUAGE : English is a general language of conversation among the people in hospitality industry or travel trade. It is widely spoken and understood by people across India but there are certain exceptions like drivers, shopkeepers, vendors in the street who have limited or sometime no understanding of this language. In case you are not able to communicate in English, an accompanying guide of your own language is recommended.