Jodhpur is a city where Brahmin-blue houses stand cheek-by-jowl with 21st century architecture. The Blue City is literally Blue! It’s filled with glittering, winding, medieval streets, which do not lead you where you expect to go. The scent of roses and incense hangs in the air, with bazaars selling everything from bangles to saris to temple decorations to trumpets. Most tourists visit Jodhpur to take in its imposing forts and picturesque lakes. But whether you’re here to shop, stare, or soak in the atmosphere, you won’t leave Jodhpur without the city having made an impression on you. Top things to do in JodhpurExplore Mehrangarh Fort The mighty and wondrous Mehrangarh Fort tops our list. Use Trabug’s audio tour and spend the rest of your day exploring one of the largest forts in India. The sprawling complex includes many royal apartments, charming rooms, and delightful balconies, but one of these is special. Take a peep inside Phool Mahal – the Palace of Flowers. It is believed that this was a room dedicated solely to the pleasure of the Maharajas – where they watched dancing girls perform, enjoyed the rich art of their paintings, and had a royally good time. For adventurous tourists, the Flying Fox activity is a must. A zipline tour that sends you flying around Mehrangarh Fort’s moats and ramparts, the Flying Fox attracts customers from all walks of life, including, it seems, Boris Johnson, London’s erstwhile mayor and current British Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs.
In India, there are a lot of cafes & restaurants which offer free wifi. But at a very low speed. You really can not get everything that you would need to. There is a chance that wifi zones are not there at all in tier 2 or 3 cities. The best bet is to get a Data SIM card. This is where we step in.Do what you are here to do - just travel! Get Trabug! You get more than a portable hotspot. You get a smartphone with a super fast 4G connection and unlimited data. Trabug gets you Unlimited data 4G internet speed. Personal wifi password so no one else can use Can connect upto 5 devices. You can also use Trabug for calling Enjoy curated content on the go, designed for foreign travellers
Are you planning a trip to India soon?You would definitely want to stay connected and share memories with your friends and family. But did you know getting a connection (SIM card) in India is a long process and could take upto 3 days of your vacation time.Relax! because Trabug is here to help you out. Trabug is India’s First Travel phone, specially designed for foreign travellers. You get a Smartphone, 4G Sim Card and Unlimited data. It is loaded with information and services you would need on the go! Trabug is not just a phone but a complete service.You book it online and it will be delivered to you anywhere in India at no extra cost. Cool huh! With Trabug you don’t waste any time, you stay safe and connected and can also get great recommendations. Going to India? Look up Trabug! “Just got back from a 49 day trip around India with my Trabug mobile phone. An exemplary service which was faultless.All emails and questions prior to arrival were answered promptly. The phone was waiting for us on arrival at our hotel as promised. The hotspot was invaluable for receiving emails on my own phone and the google map facility brilliant for those long train journeys and knowing which stop was ours!I would highly recommend this service as it’s so hassle free and reliable.”Kay Edwards - United Kingdom
How to get an e-Visa for India? Eligible candidates may apply online, minimum 4 days in advance of date of arrival with a window of 30 days. Photograph on white background with personal details like name, DOB, expiry date etc. should be uploaded on line. eTV fee is non- refundable. Valid till 30 days from date of arrival. eTV holder is allowed for maximum 2 visits in a calendar year. eTV on arrival is Only Single entry, non extendable, non convertible and not valid for visiting Protected/Restricted and Cantonment area. Services you can easily get with e-Visa You would obviously want to stay connected with your loved ones and/or your work. You would think of getting a local SIM Card to save international roaming charges, but what if we told you don’t need a SIM card now in India. Surprised! Yes it’s true. Trabug is a new service which aims to keep you connected across India with its smartphone. It is a unique solution to all your problems. It is a high-end smartphone that comes with a 4G Sim card and unlimited data and made available to you on rental basis. Trabug rental plans are designed to suit your budget and usage. It is easy to get Trabug with your e-Visa. Links that might interest you: Why get Trabug and not just a SIMcard? How does Trabug work? Countries for which e-visa is available
Getting a mobile phone in India is very easy and you can walk into any store and walk out with a GSM phone in minutes, depending on your budget. You will notice mobile vendors even in the airport terminal as you land in India. Unlike in most Western countries, mobile phones are not locked to the frequency of a single mobile service provider. If you have a dual, tri band, or quad band phone from your native country that works on 900 MHz or 1800 MHz, all you need to do is get it unlocked so that it will work in India. A dual SIM phone can meet your requirement easily, as all you have to do is insert a new prepaid Indian SIM card into the additional slot. If you’re planning to use a mobile phone in India only for voice calls and messaging, without accessing the Internet, then buying a phone in India is another option as a range of affordable GSM phones is available (prices starting from $25). Of course, getting a GSM smartphone is slightly more expensive. Make sure that you buy it from the mobile phone service company or an authorized reseller. Avoid buying a phone from a street vendor (irrespective of the price) as it could be stolen property, which could land you into a lot of trouble. In addition, it would have no warranty if it were to stop working. Getting a SIM cardWifi, even in the major cities can be painfully slow or intermittent. Of course, you can’t rule out the sense of insecurity you get, in case you are not connected. No auto-rickshaw driver can take you for a ride and hailing a radio cab or calling your hotel or travel agent can save you a bundle. Not to miss the social media updates that can add spice to your trip. However, getting a local SIM Card in India is not as easy as getting a mobile phone is. Due to security concerns, getting a SIM card in India requires foreign customers to furnish a lot of documents before you can get connected. Here’s the list! Original Passport Photocopy of your passport Photocopy of Indian visa Local Indian Address - Address where you will be staying Proof of your permanent home address in your native country Passport size photograph Local reference name and phone number (For instance, you can’t apply for a SIM Card in Delhi with a reference in Mumbai – it has to be a local number). Once your documents are in place, head over to the mobile network’s store. Finding a store in your immediate vicinity or with easy physical access is recommended, as chances are you may need to head back there if your connection doesn’t come through.
Amritsar, also known as Ambarsar, was founded in 1577 by the fourth Sikh Guru, Ram Das. The city is home to Sikhism’s holiest shrine, the spectacular Golden Temple, known locally as Harmandir Sahib. Situated in the state of Punjab, Amritsar is a mere 30 kilometres away from the Pakistan border. The National Capital, Delhi, is 450 km away. Amritsar is well-connected to the rest of India through a good rail and road network. Sri Guru Ram Dass Jee International Airport connects Amritsar to the rest of the world, with seven international destinations and eleven domestic connections. The Golden Temple is the spiritual centre of the Sikh religion. Popularly known as “Darbar Sahib”, the Golden Temple is surrounded by water on all four sides. This is what gave Amritsar its name: “Amrit-sar”, meaning “lake of nectar”. The Temple is a must-visit, even for the non-religious. Its serene atmosphere and striking design make it an automatic choice for a visit. You can book Trabug for an audio-guided tour of the temple. “Golden Temple” Amritsar is also a food-lovers’ paradise. From the Golden Temple langar, or free meal served to all visitors irrespective of faith…to Amritsar’s famous fish tikkas and lassi, you can wolf down a scrumptious meal at many, many different places in the city. Trabug can help you find what you’re looking for. Other places of interest: Wagah Border — the only open international border between India and Pakistan, which is officially accessible by both the nations. A daily retreat ceremony has been observed here at sunset since 1959. India’s Border Security Force and Pakistan’s Sutlej Rangers twirl moustaches, stomp feet, and stand toe-to-toe in a testosterone-heavy ritual that attracts thousands of visitors every day. Timings can be found using Trabug.
The capital of the state of Rajasthan, Jaipur offers nostalgia for the past on the busy streets of its present. Home to majestic palaces, grand forts and architectural wonders, Jaipur is a city like none other. The Pink City, as Jaipur is often called, is visited by tourists almost all year round. A Jaipur itinerary is made up attractions like Jal Mahal, Hawa Mahal, the City Palace and Sisodia Rani Garden. It is also quite popular for handicrafts, jewellery and it’s food—an interesting mix of savouries and sweets. Things to do “Amber Fort” The Chokhi Dhani Village, a one-of-a-kind theme park, is a complete family destination. There are many entertainment activities available, including camel and horse rides, folk dance shows, puppet shows, fire acts and various games. It is also renowned for it’s mouth watering Rajasthani food served with gusto on leaf platters. “Chokhi Dhani” The Jaipur Literature festival, the world’s largest literature festival, is quite famous amongst book lovers around the globe. Typically held in January at the Diggi Palace, the 5-day festival gives people around the world a fascinating insight into Rajasthan’s cultural heritage.
Built by Akbar in 1565, Agra is situated on the banks of the river Yamuna, about 200 kilometers south of the national capital New Delhi. Agra is famous for its rich architecture and culture. The numerous bazaars are flooded with Zardozi (metal embroidery using gold/silver string) adorned cloth pieces, ittar (scents), dhurries (cotton rugs), brassware, leather items and of course souvenirs. There are many hidden wonders in Agra, which can be explored through Trabug. Taj Mahal “Taj Mahal” It’s the magical allure of the Taj Mahal that usually brings tourists to Agra. Described as a “teardrop on the cheek of time”, it truly lives up to the hype. The beautiful monument was made in the memory of Mumtaz Mahal, by her husband, Shah Jahan. One of the seven wonders of the world and a world heritage site, it is India’s most visited monument. Other places to visit “Tomb of I’timād-Ud-Daulah”