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    Practical Tips for Traveling in India


    Formalities A tourist visa is required to stay in India (duration of 3 to 6 months, under no circumstances can the visa be extended once the validity of the visa has expired). The passport must have a validity of at least 3 or 6 months depending on the nature of the visa requested. Persons arriving in India without a visa are turned away by the Indian authorities.


    Customs and traditions Avoid revealing clothing for women, wear decent clothing to visit temples or mosques…


    Racketeering and touts Avoid touts from unscrupulous travel agencies operating at the arrivals of Indirah Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi who offer trips to Kashmir, arguing that calm has returned to the region. In reality, the situation remains very tense (see above) and each year, many tourists who have accepted these offers have been subjected to intimidation and “racketeering”.


    Ladakh Travel to the Ladakh region, which is part of the state of Jammu and Kashmir, is not discouraged. However, it is advisable to travel there by air or by road from Manali.


    Safety advice Travel is strongly discouraged to several regions of this country: Jammu and Kashmir (except Ladakh). As is access to the border areas with Pakistan.


    Loss or theft To obtain an exit visa following the loss or theft of your passport, you should contact the Foreigners Regional Registration Office (FRRO) at the place of entry into India…


    Warning Drug warning: The use and possession of narcotics is severely punished: from 6 months to 20 years in prison for possession or consumption


    Filming Avoid filming airports, “strategic” sites (bridges, military buildings, etc.). The offender is exposed to confiscation of devices and films as well as criminal prosecution.

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