What to expect if you’re stranded in the Indian subcontinent is pretty much the same as it is for most people: a lot of food, some water, a good backpack, and some decent accommodation.
But there are some differences.
In this article, we’ll be covering the essentials of the country and the places you should look for the most.
What is India?
India is a country of some 2.5 billion people, but only a small fraction of that territory is in the country.
The rest is spread across various parts of the globe.
India is divided into seven states, each with a different constitution.
India has a population of about 1.4 billion people.
The country’s major cities are Mumbai, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Kolkata, Ahmedabad, and Pune.
There are some major cities, like Delhi and New Delhi, that are home to about two million people each.
How do I get to India?
While there are several ways to get to the Indian capital city, there are a few basic things you’ll want to know before you start your trip: where to find a taxi, what to expect on the way, and what to pack.
If you want to travel by train or plane, it’s usually a good idea to book ahead and find a flight that’s going to take you to your destination.
What are the visa requirements?
Visa requirements vary from country to country.
Some countries, like the United States and Australia, have very strict requirements, while others like New Zealand and South Africa have a more lenient visa regime.
The U.S. and Australia have a two-year minimum requirement, while South Africa requires a three-year visa.
You’ll need to be a citizen of the U. S. and at least 18 years old to get a U.s. visa, and a resident of South Africa must be at least 12 years old.
The minimum age to get an Indian visa is 16, and you’ll need the passport of a person over 18 to get it.
There’s also a four-year tourist visa that can be issued to anyone under 18.
How can I book my trip?
Booking is pretty straightforward.
For most airlines, it requires a reservation number that’s assigned to you by your airline.
Most people, however, are encouraged to book online.
Here are the top three ways to book a trip in India: By plane (from Australia) and/or boat (from the U