The thought of going to an entirely new place is
exciting as well as intimidating, at the same time. The possibility of
exploring so many new places totally thrills you. At the same time, you
come across new people, new customs, new traditions - all of which
presents a very different experience altogether. However, you also
started thinking what if I get lost there or do something that is
against the established practices. In case you are feeling the same for
Maharashtra, we have the perfect solutions for you - in the form of
travel tips. In this section, we have provided a host of tips for
Maharashtra travelers, to help them have an enjoyable as well as safe
Women should avoid wearing too figure hugging or too revealing
clothes. It is as good as inviting trouble for yourself.
Avoid venturing alone late at night. Whenever you are roaming
around after dark, it is better to go in a group.
Do not be overfriendly with people like taxi drivers, auto
drivers, tourist guides, etc.
Avoid consuming eatables offered by strangers. If they keep on
insisting, take a bit of it and say that you will eat it later.
After the offerer has left you, throw it away.
Do not take out too much cash in a busy area. You will be
engaging unnecessary attention and avoidable trouble.
Avoid public display of affection. In India, people are a bit
more traditional and it is better to respect their sentiments.
Do not eat anything from the roadside vends. The eatables sold
there are very likely to cause a stomach infection.
Having cut fruits and salads, especially from a local restaurant,
is a big no-no. Whenever you eat anything from outside, stick to
cooked and fried food as much as possible.
Never ever drink water served at the roadside stalls, dhabas and
even the local restaurants.
Always drink bottled water and when you buy a bottle, make sure
that its seal is intact.
If you planning to have non-veg in a restaurant, it is advisable
to go to a high-end one.
In case you are coming in summers, make sure to drink lots of
water to make up for the loss of fluids through sweating.