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Buy Indian Rupee travel money rates (AUD/INR)

Find the best online currency exchange rates (Australian Dollar to Indian Rupee cash) in the United States

 
 

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Travel Money Providers Amount INR(₹)Exchange RateFee AUDTotal CostDeal Links
Australia Post logo
45,650
Best Overall
45.65$0 BPay, Card 0.72%-1%4.19%
Foreign Xchange logo
43,830
₹1,820 less
43.83$10 Home Delivery & AusPost collect8.01%
Travelex Online AU logo
40,754
₹4,896 less
40.7535$0 BPay, Card 0.72%-1%14.46%
 
Australia Post logo
Australia Post: Travel Money AUD→INR
From Amount (AUD)A$1,000
Fee:$0 BPAY, 0.77% MasterCard debit, 0.94% MasterCard credit, 0.72% Visa debit and 1% Visa credit
Exchange Rate:45.65 (4.18% from mid-rate)
To Amount (INR)45,650
Total Cost:4.19%
Time:6:01 Local
Currency Services:Online order, Branch pickup, $10 fee for orders under $1000
Delivery/Collect:2-3 days
Rating:
 
: 4/5.0
Reviews:
 
Foreign Xchange logo
Foreign Xchange: Travel Money AUD→INR
From Amount (AUD)A$1,000
Fee:$10 Home Delivery & AusPost collect, No other Fees
Exchange Rate:43.83 (8% from mid-rate)
To Amount (INR)43,830
Total Cost:8.01%
Time:6:01 Local
Currency Services:Order online. Home Delivery and Australia Post Collection for a flat $15 fee
Delivery/Collect:3 business days
Rating:
 
: 4/5.0
Reviews:
 
Travelex Online AU logo
Travelex Online AU: Travel Money AUD→INR
From Amount (AUD)A$1,000
Fee:$0 BPAY, 0.77% MasterCard debit, 0.94% MasterCard credit, 0.72% Visa debit and 1% Visa credit
Exchange Rate:40.7535 (14.46% from mid-rate)
To Amount (INR)40,754
Total Cost:14.46%
Time:
Rate Fetched: Sat Feb 22 2020 06:00:04 GMT+0000 (UTC)
Currency Services:FREE Home delivery & Branch pickup
Delivery/Collect:2-3 days
Rating:
 
: 4.3/5.0
Reviews:
 
Snapshot 02/22/2020 - View latest rates
 

Indian Rupee - Travel Money Saving Tips

India is a vibrant, colourful, and fascinating country to explore but can be a little intimidating for first time visitors. There are many magical places to visit so try to make a point of staying at least two nights in any one place.

You will be using the local currency (rupee) on the street, however credit cards are now widely able to be used at the more expensive locations. Though depending on your security concerns purchasing a Prepaid Travel Card before heading there may ease your mind. Never exchange foreign currency on the street.

For getting around cities its rickshaws, they are old looking but very cheap, and definitely add to the experience. On arriving at an airport you can avoid the crowd of taxi drivers waiting outside by going to a prepaid taxi counter inside the terminal. There you can purchase a fixed price fare to the hotel you want, pay on the spot, and they will give you a green slip. Then you can head outside and once the less scrupulous drivers see you holding a prepaid slip you won't get swamped with offers. For longer distance travels both bus and train are available and most hotels will be happy to organise this for you as they generally get a cut of the action.

The are also many small travel shops everywhere that will do this also but they may over charge. Trains are available as well and can be a good way to get around. Be aware however that they can be extremely crowded and often booking ahead at least a day or two is required. Another good option is you intend to travel around within a state for a few days is to hire a driver. This not expensive and certainly can make life easier. Only drink from bottles water and make sure it is properly sealed when you buy it. As tasty as it looks, don't eat from street vendors, and try to eat food you know has probably been prepared properly.

For a long time flights within India have been expensive and most travelers went by the bus system or by train. Now however, flights to major cities are very affordable and convenient, and can save a lot of time seeing more of the country. Doing a bit of looking around online can save you a lot of money on flights.

For female travellers you'll need to prepare for being stared at, this is usually out of curiosity more than anything else, and you will get used to it very fast. Dress conservatively, loose ankle-length pants or skirts, tops that cover your shoulders and shawls to avoid to most unwanted attention, and avoid travelling alone during festivals when thick crowds can be used as an excuse for a pinch or two.

Bringing India Rupee Travel Money into India

Only returning residents can bring rupee into India. If you're a foreigner, you can't bring rupee into India with you. There are exceptions if you're a returning resident, you can carry 7,500 INR into the country. There is no restriction to the amount of foreign currency you can bring with you. However, if you're carrying more than the foreign currency equivalent of US$5,000, you'll need to declare the cash at customs when you arrive.

Also see our full Foreign Exchange Guide to India for more money saving tools and information on Indian Rupee Transfers and Travel Money.