Electrical Current: 230V, 50Hz
Tips: it is expected by porters in Hotels, Car/Coach Drivers, local guides and in some
The Himalayas are perhaps the most beautiful landscape in all of India. A retreat from the bustle of the city and the heat of the plains, they are a place relax and get to know the country at a gentle pace. A trip to the northern not only offers excellent mountain views and walking opportunities but the to discover India’s spiritual side. Three of India’s major religions have a presence in the region: you can experience the Sikhs' majestic Golden Temple Amritsar and the Hindu ceremonies of the banks of the River Ganges at Haridwar Rishikesh, whilst the Dalai Lama is in residence at McLeod Ganj and further North Ladakh there are numerous Buddhist festivals in the summer months
Summer - April to July; Monsoon/Wet - July to September;
Winter – October to March (Climatic conditions can vary depending where
exactly you are in North or South of India. Himalayas can be bitterly cold during
winters whereas down South in winter is still tropical and pleasant weather)
Language: English is widely spoken and understood. Hindi is majorly spoken understood across many parts of India. Regional languages in local states.
Currency: Indian Rupee. Major Credit Cards honored. Travelers cheques
Shops, Restaurants and Commerce: Markets to Shopping centers are very popular and have continuos hours until late the evenings. Mostly open all days.