Visiting India from Australia – Travel Guide

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Visit the land of the Kings, color, culture, and much more

India is everything and more all at once, and it is not even close to being finished. An explosion of vibrant saris, lumbering cattle, marigold flowers, and flashes of sunshine can be seen all over the place here. But, before you leave, do you have your visa?

Australians, like most nationalities, will require to apply for a visa to enter India. Find out what visa you need in advance, it is really easy and accessible to apply for.

A continual cacophony of blaring horns, high-speed Hindi, and the cawing of hundreds of crows fill the air throughout the building. This aroma concoction mix incense, spices, ahem, and other human scents.

The 1.2 billion-strong people of Mother India continue to amaze and educate all who step foot on her territory.


Begin with the basics

How long will it take you to make your first trip? If you have got a spare lifetime, you can use it. It would be best if you spent at least a month in each location to get the most out of your trip. The enchantment of India may enthrall you for two weeks easily.

Spend at least two nights in any city you visit. As a general rule, the longer you stay, the more opportunities to meet locals and get their insider knowledge.

It is impossible to see all India offers in a short period, whether it is two weeks, two months, or even two years. As a first-timer in Darjeeling, keep to the north, where you’ll be able to create your own Darjeeling Limited adventure.

Whether you’re worried about experiencing sensory overload or want to relax and take it all in, getting a guide is a good idea.


Things to remember

If you want to fly from Australia to Delhi, Mumbai, or Chennai, these are the cities you should go to. Around September and March will be the best time to go on a cheap flight is because prices are likely to rise between May and July. A few flights from Melbourne to Sydney can cost as little as USD 700 one way from September to December.

Tap water is terrible even if it’s been cleaned. Even if it’s processed, there are still things that can get through. You would not want to endanger it yourself. Make sure you don’t drink iced tea or eat fruit drinks and salads made from fresh fruit and street food that looks good.

Even if you’re healthy and fit, you will become a fool to go to India without a good health plan. Ensure you have all of your vaccinations updated, bundle a complete medical kit, and don’t forget to bring a lot of hand sanitizer to keep your hands clean.

An oral vaccine called Dukoral can help you avoid having diarrhea while traveling. It would be best if you got this from your physician a few weeks before you leave. As you plan your trip, think about how many English-speaking hospitals there are along the way and the location of the Australian embassy there.


Laws are different

-Remember that taking pictures of airport terminals and army areas is against the law.

-States have different drinking ages, which range from 18 to 25. However, some states don’t let people drink, so they don’t allow it.

-The killing or seriously injuring of a cow on purpose is a crime across the country. In some states, eating or owning beef can be a crime, too.

-Some of the laws in Australia apply to people who are from Australia. For further information, please go to the website of your government.

-Australians who commit heinous acts while on vacation may be prosecuted in their home country.



If you visit the “Golden Triangle” area of India, you won’t find a place with as many awe-inspiring buildings. It will take approximately a week to complete the circuit. If you have extra time, you can go south and visit the tiger sanctuary at Ranthambore, which is about 30 miles away.

Begin at Shah Jahan’s Red Fort. Located in the beautiful Mughal Old City, navigate your way south through the medieval buildings in the southern suburbs. This is an excellent place to start.

Agra: Take a boat across the Yamuna River in the early morning to see the Taj Mahal at sunrise. Then, spend the remainder of the day seeing the city’s other

Mughal wonders, like the Taj Mahal and the Red Fort.

To see the architecture of Fatehpur Sikri at its most ethereal in the illumination of dusk and dawn, stay the night at a boarding house below the city.

Bicycle safaris through Keoladeo National Park are a great way to get away from the loudness and traffic of India’s northern cities. The dirt roads and banks that pass this brimming bird reserve are a great way to get away from the noise and traffic.

Jaipur: Ride an elephant to the ochre-walled monument of Amber Fort. Then spend the day in the fabrics and gemstone markets of the Rajasthani capital, which are a riot of color.

Going back to Delhi, Shekhawati is a great place to stop. The painted places (walled villas) in the commercial centers of this once-rich area make it a great place to stop on your way back home.

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