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Colorful and welcoming…No other pair of words describes the essence of traveling in India better than this. Being a large country, it bewilders the visitors with its diversity. With whatever India has to offer to its visitors, travelling in India can be a bittersweet experience. Engulfed in its chaotic charm and a mystic air of spiritual bliss, India can turn out to weave a memorable saga if you keep just a few things in mind.

It is advisable to do a little bit of research about the things to remember while traveling in India before embarking on your venture. Just remember some of the following necessary details and you’ll be good to go!!

Take it slow

It is a commonplace blunder to try to discover the entire country in a single visit. Moreover, it’s humanly impossible.!!

India being a wide country, travelers must decide on a certain destination according to their inclinations and then they must explore it to the maximum. This way they will avoid burnout and the trip will be more enjoyable than the once spent hopping from one place to another. Spending more time in a place also lets you come in a close contact with the locals and their lives and a well-tailored visit will help you absorb and understand the Indian culture.

Health is crucial

Do not get carried away with the excitement of trying Indian cuisines as most of them are loaded with spices that your stomach can’t endure. Try the food, but cautiously. Do not eat from street vendors as most of them serve under unhygienic conditions and may later be the cause of your dodgy stomach. Focus more on cooked food and dump uncooked food like salads, because cooking ensures safety from various microorganisms. Never drink tap water and only drink from sealed bottles.

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Plan according to the weather

India experiences a wide variety of weather, therefore, whatever time of the year it be, you can always find a place worth traveling. You can always find a mountain entirely covered in snow, a beach to bask under the sun, a palace or a fort to showcase the grandeur of the country, a city to embark on your spiritual quest, or forests dense enough to dissolve all your worries. There is no time of the year that could possibly fail you and refrain you from a remarkable trip.

Explore the countryside

It is always worthy enough to ditch the cities and their comforts for the romantic setting of the countryside. Absorb the calm and let your being come to peace amidst nature. It also rejuvenates you to continue your journey. Moreover, villages can be really captivating. The simple lives of the folks, unadulterated environment, and tranquility are enough to soothe you.

Learn about the transportation

Transport facilities in the country are quite accessible and easily available. With a wide network of roads and the largest railway network in the world, traveling isn’t a very difficult task in India. Air transportation is also available. Cabs, rickshaws, and local buses can be used for traveling to shorter distances. But, traffic can present itself as an issue so try leaving a bit earlier to reach your destinations within time. The wide range of transports connecting almost all the cities and villages aids the travelers in their pursuits.

Beware of scammers

Anything that looks too good to be real, might not actually be real. You might encounter a person promising you your best trip with a lucrative travel package. Never fall for them as they are scammers who will vanish into the thin air as soon as you hand them money. Pre-plan your trips with companies recognized by the Ministry of tourism of India. Hiring guides who are recommended by fellow travelers is preferable. You might confuse scammers for some polite helpful strangers as well, therefore, judge wisely.

Dress accordingly

Indian society is an amalgam of ideologies. Although one is free to wear whatever one wants, it is advised to dress according to your surroundings. No one will object to your clothes, but wearing outrageously glamorous clothes in a conservative society will only make you feel uneasy. While going to any holy places it is advisable to cover your legs and arms. Dressing like the locals will help you to indulge more with them and they will also feel more comfortable welcoming you into their life spheres.

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Pack well

Although the weather varies throughout the country, it is wise to keep a few warm clothes along with some summer clothing. If you are traveling to a colder region then pack adequately warm clothes as winters in India can be chilling. Pack necessary medications as well as a first-aid kit. Also, keep some electrolytes as you might face dehydration during the journey.

Get a travel insurance beforehand

Traveling is fun but sometimes you might face some unfortunate incidents. That is why it is indeed very important to have a travel insurance that covers health issues, mishaps, delays, and various other possibilities.

Safety

Don’t trust everybody blindly and try to look through their pleasant behavior. Carry your luggage and other important articles carefully and with great attention. For women travelers, it is important to be confident enough to decline anything that feels fishy. You’re not obliged to agree to whatever a stranger suggests. Take multiple opinions. In case of emergency, contact local police officials by calling at 102 or try the emergency helpline number i.e. 112.

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I am a Travel blogger based out of Chandigarh

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