Maps Of  India
Tourist Map of Delhi
Tourist Map of Agra
Tourist Map of Goa
Tourist Map of Jaipur
Travel Tips
The Indian Seasons
India has three major seasons: winter, summer and the monsoon. The winter months (November-February) have bright, sunny days and are pleasant throughout India.
The summer months (April-June) are hot in most parts of India. During this period, hill stations such as Shimla, Mussoorie, Nainital, Kullu and the Kashmir valley (North), Darjeeling, Shillong (North-East), Ootacamund, Kodaikanal (South), Pachmarhi (Central India) and Mount Abu (Rajasthan) provide cool retreats. The monsoon is an amazing phenomenon of nature. Sometime in June, the clouds break in the coast of southern India and are pushed up northwards by July - immersing the entire Indian sub-continent in torrents.
Documents & Formalities Passports
All travellers to India must possess a valid passport. It is advisable to carry your passport during your travel while in India for possible identification requirements. Visas All foreign tourists to India (barring nationals of Nepal and Bangladesh) must possess a valid visa. Visas are not issued on arrival. The cost of the visa is US$ 30 for upto six months, US$ 50 for upto one year and US$ 100 for more than year and upto five years. Contact the Indian Embassy or consulate in you country with the required documents for issuance of visas. A tourist visa is valid for three to six months. Tourist visas allow multiple entry Tourist visas simplify your visits to neighbouring countries. You will be required to fill in a disembarkation card on your way to India which is required to be submitted at the Immigration counters at the entry airport.
While travelling If a foreign tourist originates from or has transited through endemic Yellow Fever countries (Africa, South America, Papua New Guinea), he/she must possess a Yellow Fever Vaccination certificate. No other vaccination certificate is mandatory though you may like to consult your doctor for innoculation against typhoid, hepatitis A and meningitis. If you are a health fanatic, you may like to consider innoculation against polio, measles, mumps, cholera etc. However a few careful precautions will make sure that even if you do not take the innoculations, you are protected.
Restricted and Protected Areas
Military installations and areas, defence organisations and research organisations are considered protected areas, where permits are generally not given to foreigners.
Taj Mahal is hot destination for tourism because this is Wonder of the World .
This is famous festival in Goa. This is celebratting the return of joy:
The Palace on Wheels travel package takes you to a vibrating journey to the royal land of sand dunes and regal palaces
The Buddha was largely mythical.There tourists are going for peace.,
The Himalayan chain is spread southeast to northwest across the Asian continent.
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