We are one of well
known travel agent and tour operator among the tourist from all
over the world, touring India, Nepal and Far East. To prove our
credibility, this is fact that within a period of just 6 years,
we gained trust of nos. of guest from all prominent countries as
well as from Indian NRIs.
We believe to provide the best tour in the
travel industry in terms of tour planning, cost valuations,
hotels suggestions and bookings, transportations, travel
assistance, tourism information, sightseeing, shopping,
multilingual tour guide, special interest tours, air and rail
tickets bookings. Say, right from the moment you step down in
India till your depart. Extensive tour planning is backed by our
experienced professionals with well-desired tour itineraries of
your choice. So we are Providing You some of the Travel Tips
for traveling across India.
We are suggesting you
the thirteen points to remember while you are traveling across
I) In general, cash
is better than traveler's checks. Cash can be easier and quicker
to exchange and command a higher rate or the commission can be
lower. In some places, the larger the denomination of bills, the
better the exchange rate. Many merchants will take dollars and
their rate of exchange can be higher than the "official" rate
II) Take a fair amount of small denomination US money for
airport (departure) taxes and when you only need to exchange a
small amount of money-like when leaving a country. You can also
often get better prices in shops if you pay with greenbacks.
III) Collect or
exchange as much small change as practical, very few people seem
to have change, especially in rural areas.
IV) Refer to your guide book on the existence of any black
market for currency exchange and whether to or how to use it.
Some countries are more tolerant of black markets than others.
V) When you exchange money, exchange as much as you think you
will need for some time as it can be a real time consuming task
or the banks will have odd (and short) hours. You may not be
able to exchange money at all in small towns or in the
countryside. Money can also be exchanged in many hotels
VI) Take a personal check and an American Express card. If you
need more money, you can go into an American Express office with
your card and write a check for traveler's checks. Cash machines
are also more common now in large cities.
VII) Keep money and valuables in a money belt or pouch under
your clothes. If you carry a bag for guide books, maps,
brochures, etc., use one with a zipper and hang on to it. Leave
your wallet and purse at home. Crimes that take place are
usually crimes of opportunity, like pickpockets, as opposed to
violent crime (unlike in the U.S. According to FBI statistics
from more than 80 other countries, only the Bahamas has a higher
than the U.S. per capita frequency of robberies and violent
VIII) ALWAYS keep your passport, plane ticket, money and camera
IX) As soon as you arrive someplace, arrange your way on to your
next stop. Trains/planes/("first class") busses tend to get
booked up in advance. Travel agencies can usually get
reservations for you as they book blocks of seats well in
X) When traveling by regular bus, try to get seated close to the
front as they will keep packing people in until there is no room
left inside. Additional people then hang on the outside and
climb on the roof, when travelling in a ordinary bus.