INDIA journey information 2023 | EVERYTHING to know earlier than you go

INDIA travel guide 2023 | EVERYTHING to know before you go

The whole lot you have to learn about India earlier than you go is roofed on this video. From the very best time to go to, what to pack, the place to remain, what to eat, apps to obtain, issues you need to skip and issues we advocate.

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0:00 — Intro
1:07 — The right way to get to India + visa’s
2:15 — Necessities
2:50 — Foreign money in India
4:33 — Greatest time to go to India?
5:29 — What to pack for India?
8:55 — Apps to obtain
7:59 — Funds
10:21 — Lodging in India
11:48 — Transportation in India
15:57 — Funds
18:20 — Site visitors in India
19:13 — Language and tradition
20:15 — The place to go in India
21:30 — What to eat in India
22:40 — Water & Ice
23:19 — Alcohol
24:02 — Journey insurance coverage
25:28 — Vaccinations for India
26:22 — Size of keep
27:07 — Electrical energy in India
27:32 — SIM playing cards and web
28:36 — Worldwide driving allow
28:50 — Tipping
29:33 — Laundry
30:01 — Pure disasters
30:30 — What to skip
33:27 — What to do
35:01 — Security in India
25:36 — Scams
39:07 — Different ideas
40:24 — Outro


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37 thoughts on “INDIA journey information 2023 | EVERYTHING to know earlier than you go

  1. Charlie Schmitt says:

    coole infos dankeschön 🙂 mir hat diese app auch wahnsinnig geholfen auf der reise, " ATM Fee Saver" – sie zeigt geldautomaten mit wenigen gebühren in der nähe an, super nützlich fürs ausland und man spart kohle, kann ich nur empfehlen

  2. Jess Williams says:

    Superb guide. A tip on getting cash in India – Some ATMs charge low fees and some high fees – I used the the ATM Fee Saver mobile app – it gave a list of such fee-free and low-fee ATMs in India along with withdrawal limits for foreign card holders. Quite a life saviour! Worth adding to your list!

  3. sasmita panigrahi says:

    In India our mobile phone are our card…I have not used any card since last 3-4 years.. just scan n pay through ur phone…everywhere in India even a small vegetable shop u can pay through UPI…cash we donot carry.. it is completely digitalized… more than 8m users are on upi

  4. juggerfox says:

    6:40 so because meat is scarce, protein in diets is scarce? ???? You may know a lot about India but you know absolutely nothing about where protein actually comes from. ???? Start by checking how much meat is in those protein bars…

  5. Trish Scobell says:

    How much should we withdraw for two people for one week just for gifts/souvenirs?
    We are going with a tour so all food and hotels, entrance fees etc are already included.
    And should we withdraw cash from the airport when we arrive?

  6. Patrícia Oda says:

    Hey! Tks for the vídeo! Lots of good insights!

    There's one thing on my mind, though: you've mentioned protein bars – can this be taken in the carry on luggage? I'll be traveling only with my backpack and it would be nice if I can take protein bars with me!

  7. rextro says:

    One thing that I would like to correct is that there are absolutely no dodgy ATMs in India. The card swallowing ones that you are talking about are the old models. They give you the card back right afte the transaction. Many ATMs are out of cash nowadays because of electronic payment methods like UPI. India is becoming increasingly more and more cashless. Foreigners can also get an UPI account activated. There is a kiosk at Delhi airport arrivals.

  8. rextro says:

    You guys strike me as the mountain kinda people, especially because you don't come from a place with such geography. If that's true, you should explore the entire Himalayan range of India and Nepal. Bhutan too if you can afford it.

  9. Ivan Dimitrov says:

    Please, be extremely vigilant about unknown people that you have never know wanting to bring you at their home as it could have extremely unfortunate consequences, especially for a young western woman. Sorry about such a message but wanted to alert. Cheers

  10. Potbury Family says:

    Hi Rhett and Claire – really enjoyed your videos and we are off to india next month. I have down loaded Ease my Trip but I can’t seem to book any train tickets . Did you use this App before you arrived in India? Maybe I’m too long in advance ( 6 weeks? ) Thanks

  11. Foodie Agra says:

    3:36 UPDATE: Now you can use a cashless way to transact in most of the parts in India its called UPI(Unified Payment Interface) when you land at the airport, give your currency at counter and you will get that money in a digital wallet on your mobile, and you can pay anyone by just scanning recivers QR Code or just by entering recipient's mobile number.

  12. Isabelle Zablocki says:

    Wonderful and useful video. Thanks. In terms of proteins, look up vegan athletes and vegan bodybuilders. Protein are plenty in plants.
    If you love the cows in India, don't eat beef nor dairy products as this sends them to the slaughterhouse. India is the second biggest exporter of beef in the world mainly because of dairy consumption there. Dairy cows are killed still young and male baby cows are killed very quickly. What did you think happen to male calves?

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