Travel Tips for Visiting the Golden Triangle
It is good to note that India’s Golden Triangle is comprised of the three most visited cities in the northwest part of the country which includes: Delhi, Jaipur, and Agra that are all connected by good rail links and good road. On a physical map they sort of like form an equilateral triangle with a length of between 200km to 250km on each side, and this triangle has been called golden due to the vast amount of wealth of cultural and historical glory offered in each of the three cities.
In order to enjoy such a location, some tips can make the trip kind of interesting. When traveling to the country you might need to exchange money, and one of the places to do so is at the airport, but they charge very high commissions. The person has to carry a pack of wet wipes because after each stop of sightseeing they might need a cool wipe to freshen up, they are cool on the face, and they can be used to clean the dust on their feet. It is vital to carry a bottle of water from the hotel and avoid buying water from the stalls or on the streets because some people have a habit of filling up discarded water bottles with tap water then selling it to tourists. Some of the sites demand that people be respectful in how they are dressed and in some monuments the woman needs to cover their head and shoulders and in some monuments they do not allow women to wear shorts and a midriff no matter how hot it is.
The traveler needs to carry either a toilet roll or tissues in the bag, and some places have clean toilets which the driver can show the tourist if they know where they are, but some tourist sites have holes in the ground with no washing facilities or tissue paper thus the need for wet wipes. India is a good place to shop, and in towns like Delhi and Noida there are some good malls, but if the tourist gets a good driver, they will show you good merchants from whom they can buy anything. It is good to note that it is a custom in India for the tour guide to offer to take the tourist to a good merchant in each town, and even if the traveler turns down all the offers to buy, then there will be emotions broken. Street vendors offer a great variety of wares, but most of the stuff is not of good quality and there are some nice hotels in India that the tourist can stay in.What Research About Vacations Can Teach You