Small guide to India

By : Renu Shekhawat
Small guide to India

Small guide to India, the best time to tour the North of India is in the cold season (when neither heat nor humidity are very heavy), approximately from October to mid-February. Although in this period may be that in some sectors, especially those closest to the area of the Himalayas, temperatures are very low. Beyond the climate, another issue to consider is the theme of the festivities of which you want to participate. India is one of the countries with the most festivities and they all have their charm.

Small guide to India, do not to worry for your bookings, hotel booking, train booking, flight booking, car, driver, guide, escort, and shopping anything you need in your travel the team of India’s Invitation will make all the arrangements so perfect for your budget, India’s Invitation says ” travel with us because we care”.

Small guide to India


Small guide to India, India is possibly one of the countries in which scamming (cheating) travelers is one of the most common activities. Almost all the time you try to deceive the traveler. False tourist agencies, false reporting offices, lies of the drivers of tuc tuc about the hotels, et cetera. Therefore, it is necessary to be attentive and avoid that these things cloud the beauty of the trip through this country and its culture. Some of the most common scams are:

Small guide to India, people who try to convince the visitor that a certain tourist attraction is closed for a few hours and offer a tour (for a few hours) to tour the city. The objective is not to take you around the city, but visit clothing stores and jewelry stores, where if you buy something, they receive a commission.

Small guide to India, do not pay the route of a taxi before arriving at a destination since many do not go to the hotel or store indicated, but they deviate and take the traveler to the place where they receive a commission. It is very common to say that the hotel is closed, burned down or moved. To avoid this scam book your tour with India’s Invitation.

Small guide to India


Small guide to India, unlike other destinations, to travel to India there is no mandatory vaccine, but we always recommend the typical vaccines for you all. These vaccines are: Hepatitis A and B, Typhoid Fever, Tetanus and Yellow Fever. Some also suggest those of rabies and meningitis.


Small guide to India, India is one of the cheapest countries to travel, but the budget depends on the way each one wants to travel. You can spend a lot or a little. India presents all the possibilities. The prices that we are going to name in the rest of the text are indicative and that is what you can discuss with India’s Invitation.

Always keep in mind that bargaining in India is part of the trip. Some tips on haggling in this link.


Small guide to India, Indian food is one of the tastiest in the world. The variety of spices they use is enormous and their flavors are often unknown to you. You will like it so much that you even can go for an Indian cooking course in India.

Small guide to India, while cleaning is not something that characterizes Indian cities, many times in street stalls and never had problems. Of course, we recommend that they be all cooked meals (like chicken butter), not raw (like some kind of salad). In street stalls they are usually very cheap but we cannot guarantee your health.

Small guide to India

Small guide to India, the traditional food is the thali: a tray with rice, chapati (bread) and several curries: from the hottest to the least spicy. Some of these curries are the dahl (prepared with lentils) and the Aloo Gobi (potatoes with cauliflower and an incredible flavor). So for less than a dollar you can eat very well. In almost all restaurants they serve rice, chapati and curries all the time, so that the tray is never empty.

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If you are also traveling in India please read these blogs also Travel to India in August,  Travel Checklist for IndiaCommon Tourist Scams in India, also read our Spanish blog Viaje a India Blog, and Italian Blog Agenzia Viaggio India

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