• Excellent service. Excellent People - Ann Sharkey, UK
  • Very well organized trip. Our driver Ashok was excellent. - Laura Berick, US
  • Thank you for looking after us so well. All guides and representatives were outstanding - John Basil Petrof, Canada
  • Shall recommend your services to all my friends. All the best - John Cody, Australia
  • Very professional people. All guides and reps were good. No force shopping which I liked the most - S. Holland, Canada
  • Thank you for taking good care. All my group members were happy and pleased with your services.- Julien Brian, Australia

Important Tips

All non-residents require visas for India , which must be obtained prior to departure from the respective countries. Tourist visas are usually valid for 6 months from the date of issue. Passports must have at least 2 blank pages and be valid for 6 months after your return from India Two passport photographs are also required at the time of application. In case you are travelling to neighboring country and are coming back to India after that visit again, ensure you have double entry visas.

Travel Insurance
Adequate travel insurance is vital. Mountain and other adventure sports enthusiasts should have insurance that covers trekking, climbing and mountain biking. Most insurance offered by credit cards does not provide sufficient cover. Please check before you travel that you are fully covered.

Recommended vaccinations are Polio, Tetanus, Diphtheria, Typhoid and Hepatitis-A. You may need to take anti-malarial tablets. Please consult your doctor or a travel clinic for the latest medical advice at least one month prior to your departure.

Healthy Do’s
Please take note of the following points:
• Never buy food from roadside stalls or mobile canteens. Not that they are necessarily bad, but one’s system may not be accustomed to such   delicacies which may result in an upset stomach.
• Always drink bottled water and ensure that the seal is broken in front of you.
• For the first few days it might be advisable to clean your teeth in bottled water.
• If unsure, do not eat salads and stick to vegetarian food.
• Only eat fruit you can peel, however if there is no option then wash fruit in bottled water before eating.
• Wash your hands before and after eating.

Dress codes
Dress codes for religious places can include covering your head, being barefoot etc. Ask, so that you don’t unwittingly give offence. Some temples do not permit any leather articles at all on their premises and certain temples are not open to Non-Hindus so please check with the local agents. For Restaurants and other places one can wear dresses of their choice.

Partner Tours is headquartered in New Delhi, India, and has associate offices in Nepal and Bhutan, to ensure smooth transfers and to handling of guests in our hands.


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