What medical concerns should one keep in mind before & during travel in India?

Medical concerns

No specific vaccinations are required to enter India unless you are entering within six days of having visited a yellow fever infected area. Most doctors recommend the following vaccinations :

  • Tetanus
  • Polio
  • Hepatitis
  • Meningitis
  • Malaria

The majority of visitors to India return home with perfect health having had no problems at all. The most common complaint is a stomach upset for a day or two-usually the result of a change of diet, different Beer, or simply the change of lifestyle, most case are rarely serious and recovery is swift.

Dust can be a problem to travelers who wear contact lenses. If you are taking prescribed medicines, split your supplies between your hand baggage and your main baggage. Make a list of the generic properties of the drug and keep with you.

If you are prone to coughs, colds and sore throats, we advice you to take preventive medicines with you as larger cities suffer from smog pollution. This is particularly important if you suffer from bronchial complaints.

If you are over 60 or you think you have any physical disabilities, then you should talk to your doctor about the trip to ensure it is suitable for you. Once on the trip please tell us any concerns you may have regarding health concerns, we can then ensure your specific needs are met.

We do reserve the right not to accept any traveler who is found to have withheld any information relating to their state of health that might affect the trip, even after a booking has been accepted.

If you are undergoing specific medical treatment please inform us. It is your responsibility to ensure you have an adequate supply of any medication they may be taking.

For more detailed information ask your local travelers health clinic or your doctor.

Tap water is not safe to drink. Bottled water is available everywhere and is cheap. However always check the seal.

What cultural considerations should one take care of while touring in India?

India has a very traditional and religious society. Its cultures and customs are very different to western cultural ideas. We ask you as guests in this amazing country to respond to these sometimes-bizarre differences with sensitivity and respect. We do request you to dress conservatively - both men and women should wear clothing that covers knees and shoulders (when visiting mosques and temples). Nudity is totally taboo, when swimming please do wear a swimsuit.

Try to avoid any public display of affection. When entering mosques, temples and places of religious worship or private homes - please remove your shoes. Many Hindu temples are not open to non-Hindus. Always ask permission before entering. Mosques may have limited visiting times for non-Muslims.

Some detailed information about passport & visa:

You must be in possession of a valid passport, which will not expire for at least six months after your journey is due to end. It should have to clear pages for entry and exit stamps as well as your visa.

A wise precaution is to carry a photocopy of your passport kept separately, extremely useful in the event of loss or theft.


All visitors to India require a visa that must be obtained from an Indian High Commission or Consulate. You would need to use two addresses in India and do let us know for the same as it is normal to give our company's (Indian Luxury Tours) and our director's address on the same.

For postal applications passports should be sent by registered post and include a registered post paid return addressed envelope. Applications should be on the official visa form available from a local travel agent. Alternatively in some countries the form can be downloaded from the Embassies' official WEBSITE. All applications should include 3 passport-sized photographs. Your local travel agent or nearest Embassy will be able to inform you of the latest application fee.

Where to shop and how to be sure of the product & the price? Should we be confident of going with the guide?

India can be described as a shopper's paradise with products such as hand-woven rugs, inlaid marble, semi-precious stone jewelry, silk fabrics, brassware, etc. India's diversity is expressed though the creation of master craftspeople. Each state has a unique handicraft to proudly reflect the inherited and improved skills to near perfection. Souvenir shops and art & craft emporiums are to be found everywhere.

Consult your guidebook or the local guides and people. Usually the "pavement markets" do not guarantee the products and they do not accept credit / debit cards. Genuine products can only be guaranteed at a government showroom or branded showroom, i.e. Cottage Industries, etc.

Shopping can be one of the ways to interact with a local. For people who like to bargain, shopping is a true pleasure. For others, fixed priced stores are a relief. Whatever transaction you prefer, we hope your purchase that was made in India, will remind you of your trip.

Yes, the guides do take you to shops and showrooms, while you are on tour. You can say "no" when you don't want to visit the shops or not interested in shopping with a guide. But when you do visit the store with the guide, you do not necessarily pay a higher price for a substandard product. As this is a worldwide phenomenon, we accept it too with its "blues". What we have done for our travelers who want to shop with the guides and at the same time want to be sure of the price and quality of the product, we have selected a few stores both privately owned & government owned (but in both cases Government recognized) at important destinations, where we are sure of three things;
1. Quality of the product
2. The product if too heavy should be delivered at your doorstep without any extra cost even if the extra cost needs to be added to the price of the product.
3. The product is insured before sending to you so in case of damages while on transit you are reimbursed appropriately.
As for price, some are fixed price & some are bargain shops. So go ahead and have FUN!!! For lists of authorized shops do let us know.

How is one sure of the authenticity / qualification / credentials of the guides?

We have a panel of guides with ranks and only use them, and in most cases they would be satisfactory. Government licensed guides are always preferred by Indian Luxury Tours. There are training courses and exams for the same and chances are less that you will be unhappy if you go with one. Their daily rates and wages are Government fixed. Note that the guide usually is there during lunch and it is not an obligation to buy him/her lunch. If there are ever any problems 9The Guide cannot speak the language well, too fast while you would like to spend more time at the monuments, etc. do let us know so that we can change the guide.

Are the monument entrance fees included in the tour cost?

The monument entrance fees are usually not included in the tour cost. It is not a problem when the same is included but when it is not, you need to keep small change for the same. Usually you need to take the tickets yourself but can request the guide who would be happy to oblige. We also have detailed lists of monuments with the entrance fees and camera charges. Do request us for the same if you want to have a good idea when the same is not included in your tour cost. At times we do not include the same as this might lead to misunderstandings when the tour is too tight on time.

General Information :

While traveling in India it is important that you obtain good personal travel insurance from an insurance agent in your country. A suitable policy will include an unlimited amount for medical, hospital and additional health associated costs.

Most policies cover loss of baggage, personal money (usually limited) delay and curtailment. Do make sure your policy covers you for unexpected cancellation of your trip in this unlikely event you will then be covered for financial cost.

You should carry your insurance policy with you at all time, preferably in your relevant details in a separate place, with your passport photocopy.

We Care

In India roads could appear to be pot-holed and traffic chaotic and hence our guests very frequently get very worried. We suggest that you catch up on some sleep or read a book or even better put on your in-flight eye shades and doze off. The drivers are well trained and they are used to these roads. Very seldom (I must hasten to add that almost none) are any accidents involving tourist vehicles. The cars that we use are safe, insured for and routinely checked. Trains however are much more comfortable ride-wise but could appear dirty and filthy. Do carry your dry hand wash and tissue always while taking train journeys. The flights are pleasant and service good.

The transport is broadly classified as :

Cars – In India, the mostly used car for tourists is, the Ambassador. This is one of the oldest models in the world still being manufactured and it is still hardy and spacious. We have always had guests specially requesting for this car. We have a couple of them in our fleet and they are almost a year old (2005 end model) and we use them discreetly as they wear and tear fast and could be slow and rickety if used without rest. Other than these two cars we also use TATA INDIGO which is a small sedan with good air-conditioning, TATA INDICA which is a small hatchback and is used for backpackers on a long trip, TOYOTA QUALIS & INNOVA & TATA SAFARI which are high SUV type vehicles seating 4 – 5 people normally but used for couples also as are very comfortable and MITSUBISHI LANCERS. On guest's request, the premium cars that we use are CHEVY OPTRA & TOYOTA COROLLA. We also use TOYOTA CAMRY, HONDA ACCORD & MERCEDES (C, E & S) when requested for. We have recently launched our luxury limousine which we use only for top end tours as and when requested.

Flights – There are presently four domestic airlines in India other than Air India which also operates some domestic routes. The local airlines in the order of service and punctuality are Jet Airways, Sahara Airlines, Indian Airlines and Deccan Air. Out of all the four Deccan is to be avoided as they are still facing teething problems.

Trains – As described above train journeys could be enjoyable if you have an open mind and just want to enjoy and experience true India. The middle class and upper middle class (cliché) use Indian Railways and it is a way of life in India. The best trains that could be booked and we use them where possible are SHATABDI & RAJDHANI EXPRESS. You could check the various classes in the following site:

Travelers Cheques
Thomas Cook or American Express in American Dollars, Euro or British Sterling are the only ones that are widely accepted.

US dollars, Euro and British Sterling are the best currency to take. The notes need to be clean, undamaged and if possible the latest issue.

Credit Card
In major cities Visa, Master and American Express cards can be used. Please do not rely on your credit card as a source of finance in small cities though most of the touristic cities have a large number of ATMs.

Please see for updated currency exchange rate

With such a large landmass, India has a wide range of climates with effects of the altitude and the sea being very string in certain areas.

North India
April – June: Hot, dry and dusty with temperature 35-42 °C
July – August: Hot, Humid and rainy
Sep – Mar: Pleasant days and could get cooler in the night

South India
April - May & Aug - Sep: Hot and Humid with average temperature 38 °C
Jun - July - Oct - Nov: Hot and Heavy rains
Dec – Mar: Hot but less humid

India is an area of great linguistic diversity with over 1500 languages and dialect. People associated with tourism speak English throughout the country. The official language is however Hindi.

For the most of areas, cotton casual clothing that is light and loose fitting is recommended for daywear. For trips during Nov-Jan do carry warm clothes as it is cold during early mornings and evenings. (Only in Northern India) Carry a hat during sightseeing to keep off the mid-day sun and for the evenings a couple of elegant dresses would be nice to be worn for dinner at the lovely hotels. You could also wear trousers and jeans during the day. There is no problem. Carry a stole or a scarf to cover your head or feet while at the religious places.

We the people
India 's Population; 1.22 billion (2012)
Capital: New Delhi

Ask us
There could be a lot of other questions that you might have, once you are already in the process of booking the tour. For instance; payment methods, cancellation conditions, meet and assist at the airport, company bank details, previous reference, etc. and you are welcome to ask them. It would be our pleasure.

Indian Embassies & High Commisions Abroad

Netherland Spain

Indian Embassy
Buitenrustweg 2 2517 KD Den Haag The Netherlands
Voice: 070-3469771

Embassy of India, Avenida Pio XII 30-32, 28016 Madrid, Spain
Ph.00-34-91-3450406,3450209, 3450265
Fax: 00-34-91-3451112, 3451900

Germany France

Berlin Fax Embassy of India Tiergartenstrasse 17, KA 10785 Berlin, Germany
Ph. 00-49-30-257950
Fax: 00-49-30-257951/02

Embassy of India 15, Rue Alfred Dehodencq, 75016 Paris, France
Ph. 00-31-1-40507070
Fax: 00-33-1-40500996

Italy United States of America

Embassy of India. Via XX Settembre, 5, 00187, Rome, Italy
Fax: 00-39-06-4819539

Embassy of India, 2107, Massachusetts Ave., NW. Washigton D.C. 2008,
Ph.00-1-202-939 7000
Fax: 00-1-202-2654351

Canada Belgium

Toronto Consulate General of India 2, Bloor Street West. Suite No. 500, Toronto-Ontario Canada. M4W 3E2.
Ph. 00-1-416-9600760.9600751- 52
Fax: 00-1-416-9609812 10

Embassy of India 217-Chaussee de Vleurgat. 1050, Brussels, Belgium
Ph. 00-32-2-6409928,6409140
Fax: 00-32-2-6489638

Switzerland New York

Embassy of India Kirchenfeldtrasse 28, Postfach 406, CH-3000 Berne-6, Switzerland
Ph. 00-41-31-3511110, 3511046
Fax: 00-41-31-3511557

Consulate General of India 3 East, 64th Street, Manhattan, New York. NY-10021
Ph. 00-1-212-7740699,7740600
Fax: 00-1-212-8613788

Australia Australia

High Commission of India. 3-5, Moonah Place, Yarralumla, Canberra, ACT-2600, Australia.
Ph. 00-612-62733774, 62733999
Fax: 00-612-62733328, 62731308

Consulate General of India 25, Bligh Street, Level 27, Sydney, New South Wales 2000, Australia.
Ph. 00-61-2-92239500
Fax: 00-61-2-92239246

United Kingdom Paris

High Commission of India "India House", Aldwych, London WC2B 4NA
Ph. 00-44-0207-8368484, 3796242 (Nightline)
Fax: 00-44-0207-8364331

Permanent Delegation of India to UNESCO,1, Rue Miollis. 75015. Paris, France
Ph. 00-33-1-45682988
Fax: 00-31-1-47345188

Missions and Posts Abroad

Greece Afghanistan

Embassy of India 3 Kleanthous Street, 106 74 Athens, Greece
Voice: 721-6227 , 721-6481
Fax: 721-1252

Embassy of India. Malalai Wat. Shahre-Nau, Kabul, Afghanistan

Bulgaria Brazil

Embassy of India 31. Patriarch Evtimii Blvd. Sofia 1000. Bulgaria
Ph. 00-359-2-9867672, 9867772
Fax: 00-359-2-9801289

Embassy of India. SHIS-QL 08 Conj 08 Casa 01 Lago Sui CEP 71625-285 Brasilia DF. Brazil.
Ph.00-55-61-2484006 (4 lines)
Fax: 00-55-61-2485486

Algeria Bahrain

Embassy of India. 14. Rue Des Abassides. Boite Posta lie 108, EI-Biar, 16030, Algiers, Algeria Ph .00-213-2-798165 Fax: 00-213-2-923801

Embassy of India. Building 182. Road 2608. Area 326. Ghudaibiya, P.O. Box No. 26106. Adliya. Bahrain .
Ph. 00-973-712785
Fax: 00-973-715527

Geneva Argentina

Permanent Mission of India to the United Nations, 9. Rue du Valais (4th. 6th, 7th Floor), 1202 Geneva. Switzerland
Ph. 00-4122-9068686
Fax: 00-4122-9068696

Embassy of India, Avda Cordoba. 950. 4th Floor (1054), Buenos Aires. Argentina
Ph. 00-54-11-43934001, 43934156
Fax: 00-54-11-43934063

Bangladesh Turkey

High Commission of India House No. 120. Road No.2 Dhanmondi Residential Area, Dhaka. Bangladesh.
Ph. 00-88-02-8615373. 8615966
Fax: 00-88-02-8613662

Embassy of India, 77-A Cinnah Caddesi, Cankaya 06680- Ankara, Turkey
Ph. 00-90-312-4382195 to 98 (4 lines)
Fax: 00-90-312-4403429

Austria China

Embassy of India and Permanent Mission of India to the UN Offices In Vienna Kaerntnerring 2. A-1 015 Vienna, Austria
Ph. 00-43-1-5058666
Fax: 00-43-1-5059219

Beijing Embassy of India. 1 Ri Tan Dong Lu. Beijing 100600, China
Ph. : 00-86-10-65321908
Fax : 00-86-10-65324684

Bhutan China

Embassy of India. India House Estate. Thimphu. Bhutan
Ph. : 00-9752-322162
Fax: 00-9752-323195

Shanghai Consulate General of India 1008. Shanghai International Trade Centre, 2200 Van An (West) Road, Shanghai - 200336 (P.R. China)
Fax: 00-86-216-2758881

Cuba Cyprus

Embassy of India, Calle 21, No. 202, Esquina A K, Vedado, La Havaba, Cuba.
Ph. 00-53-7-333777, 333169
Fax : 00-53-7-333287

High Commission of India 3, Indira Gandhi Street, Montparnasse Hill, P.O. Box 25544 Engomi, 2413 Nicosia. Cyprus
Ph. 00-357-2-351741,351170
Fax: 00-357-2-350402

Czech Republic Denmark

Embassy of India, Valdstejnska 6, Mala-strana 11800, Prague-I.
Ph. 00-420-2-57533490 to 93
Fax: 00-42-2-57533285

Embassy of India Vangehusvej 15, 2100 Copenhagen, Denmark
Ph. 00-45-39299201, 39182888

Egypt Greece

Embassy of India, 5, Aziz Abaza Street, Zamalek, P.O. Box No. 718, Cairo 11511, Egypt.
Ph. 00-20-2-7360052. 7356053
Fax: 00-20-2-7364038

Embassy of India, 3 Kleanthous Street, 10674 Athens, Greece,
Ph. 00-301-7216227,7216481
Fax: 00-301-7211252

Hungary Indonesia

Embassy of India Buzavirag utca 14, 1025 Budapest, Hungary
Ph. 00-36-1-3257742,3257743
Fax: 00-36-1-3257745

Embassy of India, S-1, Jalan H,R, Rasuna Said, Kuningan, Jakarta Selatan, 12950 Indonesia,
Ph. 00-62-21-5204152, 5204157, 5204161,
Fax: 00-62-21-5204160

Iran Iraq

Embassy of India, 46, Mir- Emad, Corner of 9th Street, 6 Dr. Bheshti Avenue, P.O. Box 15875-4118, Teheran
Ph. 00-98-21-8755103-5
Fax: 00-98-21-8755973

Embassy of India, House No.6, Zokak No 25, Mohalla 306 Hay AI Maghrib, P.O. Box-4114, Adhamiya. Baghdad
Ph. 00-964-1-4222014 to 18
Fax: 00-964-1-42229549

Ireland Israel

Embassy of India, 6, Leeson Prak, Dublin-6, Ireland
Ph. 00-353-1-4970843,4970959
Fax: 00-353-1-4978074

Embassy of India, 4, Kaufman street. Sharbat House, P.O. Box -50095, Tel Aviv 68012, Israel.
Ph. 00-972-3-5101431-32
Fax : 00-972-3-5101434

Tanzania Japan

High Commission of India NIC Investment House, Samora Avenue, 7 & 8th Floor Wing 'A' P.O. Box 2684, Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania.
Ph. 00-255-22-2117175/76
Fax: 00-255-22-2118761

Embassy of India, 2-2-11, Kudan Minami, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo-102. Japan.
Ph. 00-81-3-32622391 to 2397
Fax : 00-81-3-32344866

Jordan Kazakhstan

Embassy of India, Post Box No. 2168, 1st Circle, Amman, 1118 Jordan.
Ph. 00-962-64-622098, 637262
Fax: 00-962-64-659540

Embassy of India Ulitsa Maulenova 71, Almaty 480091
Ph. 00-7-3272-921411
Fax: 00-7-3272-926767

Kenya Korea (Democratic Peoples Republic)

High Commission of India Jeevan Bharati Building, Harambee Avenue, P.O. Box 30074, Nairobi
Ph. 00-254-2-222566, 222567, 224500
Fax: 00-254-2-334167

Embassy of India. 6, Munsudo- ng, District Daedonggang, Pyongyang, DPR, Korea
Ph. 00-850-2-3817274,3817215
Fax: 00-850-2-3817619

Korea (Republic of) Kuwait

Embassy of India, 37-3, Hannam-dong, Yongsan-Ku, C.P.O Box 3466,Seout
Ph. 00-82-2-7984257,7984268
Fax: 00-82-2-7969534, 7909938

Embassy of India, Diplomatic Enclave, Arabian Gulf Street, P.O. Box No. 1450- Safat, 13015-Safat, Kuwait.
Ph. 00-965-2530600,2530612/ 13/14
Fax: 00-965-2525811

Libya Malaysia

Embassy of India 16/18, Shara Mahmoud Shaltout, Garden City, P.O. Box 3150, Tripoli, Libya.
Ph. 00-218-21-4441835-38
Fax: 00-218-21-3337560

High Commission of India No.2, Jalan Taman Duta, off Jalan Duta, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, or P.O. Box No. 10059 GP.O. 50704 Kuala Lumpur.
Ph.00-603-2533504,2533509, 2533510,2433511
Fax: 00-603-2533507

Maldives Mauritius

High Commission of India Athireege, Aage, Ameeru Ahmed, Magu, Henvieru, Male, Maldives.
Ph. 00-960-323015/16
Fax: 00-960-324778

High Commission of India 6th Floor, Life Insurance Corporation of India Building, Pon Louis, Mauritus.
Ph. 00-230-2083775, 208776
Fax: 00-230-2086859

Mexica Myanmar

Embassy of India, Avenida Musset 325, Colonia Polanco, C.P. 11550, Mexico D.F.
Ph. 00-52-5-5311050,5311002
Fax: 00-52-5-2542349

Embassy of India No. 545-547, Merchant Street, Post Box No. 751, Yangon
Ph. 00-95-1-240633
Fax: 00-95-1-254086

Nepal New Zealand

Embassy of India Lainchaur, P.O. No. 292, Kathmandu, Nepal.
Ph. 00-97-71-414940,411699
Fax: 00-97-71-413132, 428245

High Commission of India, 180, Molesworth Street, P.O. Box- j 4045, Wellington, New Zealand.
Ph. 00-64-4-4736390, 4736391
Fax: 00-64-4-4990665

Nigeria Norway

High Commission of India 8A, Walter Carrington Crescent, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria.
Ph. 00-234-1-2616604,2615905, 2615078
Fax: 00-234-1-2612660

Embassy of India Niels Juels Gate 30, 0244 Oslo, Norway
Fax: 00-4722-440720

Oman Pakistan

Embassy of India, P.O. Box 1727, Ruwi, Muscat, Postal Code 112, Sultanate of Oman.
Ph. 00-968-7714120/239/274
Fax: 00-968-7717503

High Commission of India G-5, Diplomatic Enclave, Islamabad, Pakistan.
Ph. 00-92-51-2206950 to 54
Fax: 00-92-51-2823104

Palestine Philippines

Palestine National Authority Areas (PNA), Palestine Representative office of India, 182-49 Shurta Street, AI Remal PO Box 1065, Gaza City, State of Palestine.
Ph. 00-972-72-825423
Fax: 00-927-72-825433

Embassy of India, 2190, Paraiso Street Dasmarinas Village, Makati, City P.O. Box 2123, PCPO I Philippines.
Ph.00-63-2-8430101, 8430102
Fax: 00-63-2-8158151

Poland Portugal

Embassy of India, UI, Rejtana 15 (flats 2to 7), 02-516 Warsaw, Poland.
Ph. 00-48-228-496257,495800
Fax: 00-48-228-496705

Embassy of India Rua Pero da Covilha 16, 1400-297, Lisbon, Portugal.
Fax: 00-351-21-3016576

Qatar Russian Federation

Embassy of India, P.O. Box 2788, A1-Hilal Area, Doha, Qatar.
Ph. 00-974-4672067,4672021
Fax: 00-974-670448

Embassy of India 6-8 Ulitsa, Vorontosovo Polye (Obukha), Moscow (Russia).
Ph 00-7-095-9170820,9171841
Fax: 00-7-095-9752337

Saudi Arabia Singapore

Embassy of India, B-1 Diplomatic Quar1ers, Post Box No. 94387,Riyadh 11693, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Ph. 00-966-4884144, 4884691/ 92/97
Fax: 00-966-4884750

High Commission of India "India House", 31, Grange Road, Singapore 239702
Ph. 00-65-7376777
Fax: 00-65-7326909

South Africa Sri Lanka

High Commission of India 852, Schoeman, St. Arcadia, 0083 Pretoria, South Africa.
Ph. 0027-12-3425392 to 95
Fax: 0027-12-3425310

High Commission of India 36-38, Galle Road, P.O. Box No. 882, Colombo 3, Sri Lanka.
Ph. 00-94-1-421605,422788. 422789
Fax: 00-94-1-446403, 448166

Sri Lanka Sweden

Kandy Assistant High Commission of India,No.31, Rajapihilla Mawatha, P.O. Box 47, Kandy, Sri Lanka.
Ph. 00-94-82-24563, 34545. 22652
Fax: 00-94-82-32479

Embassy of India Adolf Fredriks Kyrkogata 12, Box 1340, 111 83 Stockholm, Sweden.
Ph. 00-468-107008, 4113212, 4113213
Fax: 00-468-248505

United Arab Emirates Thailand

Abu Dhabi Embassy of India Villa No.9, Street No.5, Sector-2J33, Khalidiya, P.O. Box 4000, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.
Ph. 00-971-2-664800
Fax: 00-971-2-6651518

Embassy of India 46, Soi 23 (Prasanmitr) Sukhumvit Road, Bangkok 10110, Thailand.
Ph. 00-66-2-2580300 to 6
Fax: 00-62-2-2584627

Travel Information

Travel Information are being provided to assist you while you are in Rajasthan. These safety guidelines for Rajasthan, India will prove quite useful to you if you are planning to visit this place. Here are some common dos and Don'ts for India TTour & Travel:

  • Don't forget to lock your hotel room before going outside for the purpose of sightseeing or shopping.
  • Never take a lift from a person you don't know. Women and those who are roaming around after dark should specially follow this advice.
  • Whenever you go out of your hotel room, do not carry excess cash with you. Also, keep your jewelry and other expensive items locked in your hotel room, along with your passport and return tickets.
  • Don't allow any unknown person to enter into your hotel room.
  • Always prefer to take taxis and auto rickshaws from prepaid booths or kiosks. In the other case, negotiate on the far beforehand only.
  • Don't check into a hotel or guesthouse suggested by the taxi or auto rickshaw driver.
  • Do not consume drinks or eatables offered any an unknown person.
  • Go for shopping only in reputed or respectable shops.
  • Exchange your currency only from authorized money exchangers and don't forget to take a receipt.
  • It is advisable not to wear too revealing or scanty clothing.
  • Don't stay out after it gets too dark.

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