“Here’s a Quick Guide for Making your Trip Comfortable and to Plan more Wisely”
It depends on the traveller in which season they are visiting India, here are few guidelines:
Summer (March-May): Summer has scorching average temperatures of 30° C, and easily rises above 40° C in some areas.
Rainy Season (June – September): Season comes with the High humidity and oppressive heat. Have a research on the local weather if you’re travelling to India during the monsoons.
Autumn (October): Cool temperatures, pleasant weather and less rainfall, it includes September and November.
Winter (December – February): Typically chillier, especially in the north. Northeast monsoons are common, so check your local weather for updated storm information.
Travelling Gears before visiting Taj Mahal
The temperature in India goes up to 30-40 degree Celsius in summers, so be prepared for the tan. It is highly recommended to come up with the best quality sunscreen lotion.
National Geographic Map of India:
keeping a map will make your journey more adventurous and you can explore India’s some of the best exciting places.
Small travel locks work great when you got multiple bags. India is bustle place. Crowded roads, noisy traffics and if you travelling on the train then you ought to have lock every bags of yours. So buy durable locks that can save your stuff.
Universal travel adapter:
In India, Type-D electric sockets are available that has 3 round pins. So it is mandatory to bring your universal travel adapter that can attach to any of your devices.
In India, people don’t have good hygiene. You will hardly look a clean “public” toilet. So it’s better to have your own arrangements. Antibacterial sanitizers work best to kill germs.
First aid Kit:
A small first aid kit will help you a lot. Whether you have any kind of aches or a minor injury, if you are having your personal first aid kit it will save you time & money.
India is a place where mosquitoes are normal. If you’re coming in rainy seasons then these mosquitos will welcome you if you don’t have a repellent.
Throughout your whole journey, one thing will remain common, that you need to stand in lines for tickets, checkpoints of any monuments and crowded places. It’s impossible to open the bag when the protector is on it, so put on backpack protector and enjoy your journey.
Ziplock pack/Travel pouches:
Small Items like keys, map, cash, identity cards and other valuable stuff. These pouches can hide easily under belt inside pockets; you can even hang it on the neck or tie around the waist. The best thing is you don’t need to open your bag, again and again, just keep your required things in the pouches and travel hassle free.
If you can’t sleep in your transit then it will be day waste ahead. Travel pillow helps you to sleep easily; it keeps your neck steady & comfortable.