The India is a very big country with different climate depending on different areas. Winter lasts from November until February, but the winter is less cold in the South of India the rainy season is from July to October and there will be rains in most of the regions of India, referred to as monsoon or monsoon rain. During the months of March to October it is summer and it is advisable to take Middleweight light clothing, preferably natural fabrics to help perspiration as well as cotton, linen… In the South of India the winter is from November to March and the temperature is very mild. During the summer it is not too high, but if you have a high rate of humidity in the environment, which means to drink water to avoid dehydration in abundance.
Safety and hygiene:
During his trip to the India, security and hygiene should not be a concern however must take some precautions to fully enjoy your holiday.
• Do not drink tap water, bring bottled water, check that this bottle properly sealed to open it, otherwise is preferable to discard it.
• Take get medications common such as paracetamol or antidiarrheal, in the India are can get medicines General parael pain of head, fever, etc… but don't forget to take if you suffer from any other medical condition or is under any specific treatment.
• Not forget to protect your skin from the Sun with a protective solar, likewise use glasses of Sun.
• It is recommended that carry wet wipes and handkerchiefs of paper, as well as disinfectant gel to clean hands.
• In metropolitan areas and large cities of the India settlements to acquire medicines remain open until midnight. In rural areas, they close at 10 pm.
• Try to avoid the street, little cooked or raw food, as well as fruit not peeled and vegetables nococinadas. Avoid the salads.
• As rule general, is advised dress with modesty, especially if is located in small towns and villages.
• Have special care to the Choose your mode of transportation, especially if is for the night.
• Avoid carrying valuables with you, likewise their documents of identification and passport to avoid possible subtractions.
While on vacation in the India, dressing right is important, especially if you are in a small town. In the places of worship and temples, which are expected to dress modestly and shoes are.
Information for women: always cover the head to enter a temple or anywhere, religion, avoid the use of reveal and attract the attention of clothing, avoid traveling at night, without the company, in small towns carry long-sleeved dresses, preferably those that are loose and comfortable. Not only are modest, but will protect you with
Public emotions display, as well as nudity is not appreciated, do not take pictures of the premises without permission, or otherwise it may offend, there are many places like temples and others where the extra are not allowed
njeros. So, read carefully the instructions before entering enel place.
Emergencies are not predictable and you must be prepared in advance. It is always better to buy your own travel insurance. Travel insurance is of great help in the event of cancellation or interruption of the plans of travel, loss or damage to baggage, delays in travel, accidents, etc.
The official currency of the country is Rupees, euros can be also can be changed at any bank or
in the offices of Exchange. He is recommended to take tickets 50 euros at least since we will get a favorable foreign exchange.
The parity between the Euro and Rupees varies constantly. The VISA card is accepted only in superior hotels and some stores of crafts in all parts,
Different opening hours:
In our winter 4.5 hours more than in Spain and during our summer will have 3.5 time more queen Spain.
220 volt. The plug is like in Spain.
To call abroad: 00 34 (regional code) + (number), in all major cities have coverage with mobile Spaniards.
India, a potpourri of different cultures, religions and beliefs, is home to not only one or two languages but a
countless number of different languages. Languages that Indus – Aryan and dravidian – belong to the two main families of languages are spoken by more than 90% of the population of the India. In urban areas, business, tourism and hotels perfectly spoken main languages, Hindi and English.
CRAFTSMANSHIP AND SHOPPING:
India is a country with a lively and spectacular craftsmanship. In Delhi, the best shopping silver, in
Jodhpur, the best shopping for spices, antiques, in Udaipur, paintings and miniatures, in Jaipur, Pashminas and exporters and in Agra, marble.
Tips to guides and drivers should be comouna small shows of satisfaction of the traveller at the end of your trip, we recommend as 5 euro per person per day of the trip. The porters and porters of airports and hotels,
Yes that should be rewarded for their work (if you carry your luggage up to the room) with a small Bill of 100 rupees per room. It is interesting to always have small coin.
Do not advise to NEVER bring or candies, pens, t-shirts, or medicines, or gifts of any kind to indiscriminately spread among the local population. If you want to perform some small action in a concrete town (never in the cities), it is always better to buy something (notebooks, pens, etc) in a small
local market and give it directly to a school children to their teachers. All that can coordinate it (if your circuit program permitting) with vuestr or Virat Tours Guide. It should never give money to anyone (or niadultos children) in Exchange for a photograph. Nor is good reward with gifts the instant and retratosa people taken during the trip. The best is always a good smile and a word chapurreada in Hindi to win over the poblacionlocal. Also much better photographed with them, who photograph them to them. People tend to be quite receptive to lasfotografias in all India.
Virat Tours guides:
The guides for visits speak Spanish. All of them are young professionals and know the country and its people, sulengua.
Refer to the vaccination centers international in their city, for more information:
Head office of the Agency Virat Tours (only from Monday to Saturday) and from 10 h 00 to las19h00
E-383, Ramesh Nagar
New Delhi – 110015
If you wish to call us from a Spanish mobile: + 91 – 98101 92 790
If you want to call us from a mobile India: 098101 92 790
If you wish to call us from a Spanish mobile: 669-4215-76
If you wish to call US from a India mobile: + 34 – 669 42 15 76
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