Its capital is New Delhi. It borders with Pakistan, China, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh and Burma.
Although Hindi was established as an official language in the 1950 Constitution of India, there are 22 recognized official national languages. The most widespread religion is Hinduism and the rest is Islam, Sikh and Christianity.
- The visa is a mandatory document.
- Acquire a medical insurance with international coverage.
- If you are a woman, do not travel alone and never at night.
- You should not enter any temple with shoes, short sleeves or pants and skirts above the knee.
- Depending on the temple you visit, you will not be able to enter with black clothes or leather articles.
- It is forbidden to take pictures of the deities.
- Do not point fingers at people, it is offensive.
- Always drink bottled water and cooked food.
- Do not eat anything they offer you on trains, they may have sleeping pills.
- Use only licensed guides.
- Do not accept invitations to houses you do not know.
- Keep your important documents and luggage on hand.
- Take a traveler's kit.
- Bring a mosquito net and repellent.
The yellow fever vaccine is mandatory for people who visited or are from a country at risk of disease or is endemic. The recommended vaccines are:
- Seasonal Influenza
- Typhoid fever
- Hepatitis A y B
- Tetanus and diphtheria
You will need to take your malaria preventive medicine before you start your trip.