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Travel Conditions

Contact with the organizer: Via Chat, Email, Phone, WhatsApp and Viber.

Payment Terms –

50% advance payment by bank transfer, after receipt of which amount I will send the invoice and the hotel vouchers and transport tickets.

Contact: the interested party can contact me based on a recommendation found on social media or another recommendation. He gives his ideas about traveling to India and I send him my online catalog. Information can be exchanged via chat, email, WhatsApp or Viber. It is also possible to join a group if the passenger chooses a time when I have a group, but of course also at other times.

After fixing the date and content of the trip, we agreed on the amount of the required advance payment, which must be settled by bank transfer. After receiving the amount, I will send the invoice, hotel vouchers, domestic transport tickets, which apply to the name of the passenger, the agreed date and services.



 In this case, we handle the bank payment, there are no additional costs. Payment is made in Euros and USD.

The quality of dollar denominations is determined by the bank. We are also unable to accept denominations that the bank does not accept.

01.01.2020 after 100, we can only accept the latest type. The fact that shops also accept the denomination that is one older does not influence our decision.

Before starting the trip, it is worth requesting currency exchange with the list of denominations handed in at the domestic bank. We are unable to issue an invoice for cash.

Travel Cancellation Conditions –

 The trip is booked with advance payment. Since we also have to pay and organize the accommodation, transfer, and domestic flight tickets in advance, the advance payment is not returned in case of cancellation!

In case of cancellation, the program can be used at another time, by paying the possible price difference.


 Upon arrival at Delhi airport, the representative of the travel agency / tour guide will wait for the passenger, then transfer to the hotel, from here until the end of the trip, the tour guide will stay with the passenger. (He may be staying in a different hotel than the passenger).


 Hotel check-in from 12:00 (noon), check-out until 11:00 in the morning. Early Check-In in hotels (Check-in before 12:00) is paid!

Hotels: Mid-range approx. 3-4* places according to classification.

Domestic flight rules

  • The passport must be valid for at least 6 months from the date of your return home / departure.
  • You must be at the airport two and a half hours before your flight.
  • Hand luggage 7 kg, checked baggage 15 kg, overweight baggage must be paid. Domestic flights take place on low-cost flights, in which case there is no lunch.
  • Electronic cigarettes cannot be flown on domestic flights, nor can they be carried in hand luggage or checked baggage.

Under Programs

 Lunch and dinner are at a prearranged location, not optional!

If the meal is part of the program: breakfast / lunch / dinner, it is arranged and arranged in advance in local restaurants / hotels. If someone wants to eat separately, they have to arrange it individually and pay for it as an extra cost.

We operate as a travel agency, so we proceed according to the specified planned program. If someone wants a different or additional program, they can organize their own program or participate in an optional / extra program. The optional / extra program organized by the office has to be paid separately!


 1. TheTaj Mahal is closed every Friday and cannot be  If, according to the program description, the visit falls on a Friday, then we will see it either the day before or the day after.

2. ReligiousPlaces:

  • Hindushrines are closed on 
  • Mosquesare closed on Fridays and cannot be visited during prayer 
  • Youcan only enter religious places with bare feet (without socks). You are also not allowed to take 

3. On religious holidays and twice a year during the Lent Period, there is nopossibility of Elephant  If we are traveling in this Time, then it must be taken into account that there will be no Elephant Excursion.

4. MostHindu shrines and museums are closed on 


 Cultured behavior is a highly expected requirement in our country.

Useful information


From September to April, West India is pleasantly warm during the day, dry heat in May and June, and usually rainy (monsoon) in July and August.


It is best to wear light, airy, mainly cotton clothing, but it is also worth bringing a sweater and jacket for cooler evenings. Locals dress more conservatively than is customary in Hungary, women mostly wear clothes that cover the shoulders, long skirts or trousers. Although they are not aimed at tourists, shorts/miniskirts and sleeveless clothing are mainly avoided in local churches.

IMPORTANT: in sanctuaries, churches, and mosques, long skirts and pants are mandatory, you usually have to take off your shoes, so it is definitely worth bringing foot protection (thick socks or plastic bags).

Domestic flight

In the case of domestic flights, hand luggage is max. 7 kg, sent package max. 15 kg. In addition, it is paid by the passenger. Liquids cannot be carried in hand luggage and only closed bottles can go in checked baggage.

Indian visa


Opening hours

  • Larger(tourist) markets from early in the morning until 8
  • State museums and offices close at 5 m., there is usually a 1-hour lunch break.
  • Malls, Supermarkets from 10 m. to 10 p.m.
  • Restaurants usually open around 
  • Palaces and Museums: from 9 am to 5 pm
  • World Heritage or state attractions open at sunrise and close at 
  • Ticket scan be bought 45 minutes before 
  • The Taj Mahal is closed every Friday and cannot be  If, according to the program description, the visit falls on a Friday, then we will see it either the day before or the day after.
  • Most Hindu shrines and museums are closed on 
  • Mosques are closed on Fridays and cannot be visited during the prayer 


It is 220V and usually complies with both main standards, the 2-pin standard we also know and the English 3-pin standard. Wall sockets are now able to accommodate any international standard plug. Both thin and thick needle versions. If for some reason it is not (e.g. the accommodation is old), then an extension / distributor available in the store is the solution. Its head fits into the local outlet, while the distribution part is suitable for receiving international standards.

Smoking and drinking

In India, smoking and drinking alcoholic beverages are prohibited in open places, and it is also prohibited to bring tobacco products, lighters, and alcohol into shrines and monuments.

Important phone numbers

Country code: +91

Ambulance: 102

Police: 100

Firefighters: 101

Tourist police: 1800111363

Indian money

The official local currency is the Indian rupee (INR), but the American dollar (USD) is also accepted in many places. ( 1 dollar = approx. 70 rupees.) Almost everywhere you can pay with a bank card, but it has a bank fee, so I always recommend paying in local currency.

When exchanging currency, it happens that they give more rupees for the large denomination. (e.g. more for a 100 USD denomination than for 50, 20 or 10 USD denominations. It is best to carry US dollars, preferably 1, 5, 10 and 20 USD banknotes. One dollar banknotes are useful for small purchases, tuk-tuks, because they cannot return it for large denominations.Many times you can only pay in local currency


In the case of USD banknotes, the following must be observed:

  • Not old (before 2000) denominations!
  • It must not be damaged: torn, torn, glued, folded over, stamped or scribbled on!
  • The$2 denomination is not accepted anywhere, but it may be given as a return (it’s worth paying attention to, because you can’t pay with it in India afterwards)

Important Holidays

January 1. New Year

January 14. Makar Sankranti, Hindu holiday January 20. Sikh guru Guru Gobind Singh’s birthday

January 20. Republic Day February 16. Vasant Panchami

Marcus 28-29. Holi, the festival of colors April 2 Good Friday

April 25 Mahavir Jyanti, Jain Guru’s birthday May 14 Eid

August 15 Independence Day

August 22 Raksha Bandhan Hindu holiday August 30 Lord Krishna’s birthday October 2 Mahatma Gandhi’s birthday

November 3-4-5. Diwali, the biggest holiday of the Hindu religion (date depends on the position of the moon)

December 25. Christmas


Local transport in India is handled by metro in big cities, taxis, Uber, buses and cycle rickshaws elsewhere. The most popular of these is the tuk-tuk (rickshaw), the price always depends on the distance.

Hindu shrines

In India, you can enter Hindu shrines fully clothed and shoes must be removed, shoes are not allowed inside the shrine. There are some where electronic devices are not allowed, such as mobile phones, cameras, smart watches. In several places, it happens that you have to pay for photography and videography. You must not speak loudly, and there are even some sanctuaries where foreigners or non-Hindus are not allowed.

Sikh shrine: you can only enter Sikh shrines with bare feet, socks are not allowed, full clothing is mandatory in the shrine, women must also cover their shoulders.

Mosque: you can only enter the mosque with bare feet and pants, women are given a “hijab”-like dress, they can only enter with it. In some mosques you have to pay for photography, some are free.

Taj Mahal: it opens at sunrise, you can still go there, but it always depends on the weather, since it is on the river bank, often it is not worth going in because of the fog. The ticket entitles you to one entry and you can stay inside for 3 hours. For entry, we get an electric coin, which you can use to go in and out. In case of loss,

you will have to pay 20 USD, and if you stay longer than 3 hours, you will have to pay the entrance fee again.

  1. Dress: Closed clothing that covers the shoulders and knees is required forvisiting temples in  A scarf is also welcome. If by chance we do not bring suitable clothes, you can get them on the spot. (1-2 USD)
  2. Monuments:It is forbidden to touch carvings, move stones from their places, lean against church buildings, or damage them. In the case of backpacks, umbrellas with pointed ends, and photo stands, it is strongly recommended to carry/use them 
  3. Behavior:The local people are very nice, so they often approach tourists for a joint photo, this should not be taken as an 
  4. Restrictedareas: For the sake of safety, everyone is expected to follow posted warnings, such as: it is forbidden to enter restricted areas. Drive carefully on stairs, do not climb on unstable 
  5. Givingchildren candy or money: If we buy from children or give them money or candy, we encourage them to beg instead of going to school. If you really want to help the children, support official local charities or bring a pen, pencil or 
  6. Monksand Sadhus: Monks are highly  Ask for permission before taking photos. Important! A small donation is greatly appreciated.
  7. Itis considered a crime and punishable by law:
  • stealingobjects (this also includes picking up stones!)
  • indecentoffense (e.g. nudity)

IMPORTANT: Always pay attention to the local guide, because he knows the local regulations.

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