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Useful advice for travelling to India (IN)
Located between the snowy Himalayas and the Indian Ocean, the country of India beckons with its beautiful unity of nature and manmade structures. Gorgeous monasteries, temples, and palace buildings, as well as swift rivers, lively parks, noisy cities, and colourful slums are all just little smidgens in the beautiful picture that is India. Cheap flights will allow you to paint one of your own, based on all the experiences and contrasts observed on your trip.
Preparing for the trip
Before you start to journey, you will need a travel visa. It is issued with the help of a travel agency or by submitting an application to an embassy of the country. You may also register online and acquire your visa at the control point on the Indian border.
All tourists arriving through territories infected with yellow fever need to provide a corresponding vaccination certificate. Areas below 2000 metres above sea level pose a malaria infection risk; therefore, you should acquire some medication before starting your journey. It is recommended to get vaccinated against hepatitis A and B, typhoid fever, and meningitis, as well as to renew your vaccinations against tetanus and diphtheria if necessary.
Transportation and travel charges
The best ways to get better acquainted with India are to use trains, ferries, or buses, as well as rickshaws or usual taxis. Chaotic driving habits of the locals mean that it’s probably best to rent a car and simultaneously hire a driver for your travels. India uses the left-hand-traffic system.
You can pay for your purchases using official local currency, Indian rupees (INR). One rupee is equal to approximately 0.017 euro. Living costs in India are lower than in Lithuania. For example, you can have lunch in a cheap restaurant for 150 rupees and buy a cappuccino for about 85.20. In local shops, a 1.5 litre water bottle will cost you 27.25 rupees; you can buy one kilogram of rice for about 47.71, while one kilogram of cheese will cost you approximately 292. Public transport tickets cost about 15.50 rupees, and a one kilometre long taxi ride will cost you about 14.
Best return gifts choices
The best way to memorize your trip to India is to purchase some fragrant incense, bright-coloured fabrics, jewellery with precious stones, and wood carvings. Food lovers will be pleased with gifts of aromatic spices and dried fruit. Clothes and footwear will also make great return gifts.
Holiday flights to India provide an amazing opportunity to spend a fulfilling holiday for both families with children or lone seekers of spiritual transcendence. Being honest, hospitable, and respectful towards local traditions will make your acquaintance with this exotic country even easier and lower the chances of experiencing a cultural shock.
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