India

Nov 16, 2018• by IndeBo

The Idiosyncratic, Vanishing Art of Jal Sanjhi

From bustling old markets, magical palaces and the lavender peaks of the Aravalli Hills to crooked streets, beautiful art scene and joyful people, Udaipur is a traveller’s dream. One thing that...

Nov 14, 2018• by IndeBo

The Blissful Festivities of Holi around Diverse India

Lath Mar Holi An Indian travel adventure is more than just sightseeing – It is feeling. More than urban buildings and the big malls, India is about the fresh morning air, the chaiwalla’s first...

Nov 9, 2018• by IndeBo

The Undeniable Magic of the Nagaur Cattle Festival

Rajasthan, the largest state of India is the shiniest jewel in the royal crown of the country. From fairytale palaces, intriguing historical forts and winding street markets to the mosaic attires,...

Oct 26, 2018• by IndeBo

The Spectacular Charm of the Hemis Tsechu Festival

PC- SkyscraperCity Come summers, and the otherwise barren landscape of Ladakh comes alive in a medley of colours and activities for the annual Hemis Festival. The energy and vigour of this...

Oct 10, 2018• by IndeBo

Must explore nature and wildlife havens in India

Picture Source- awfullive.site There is enough evidence to show that dense forests once covered India. Though even today, India still has no scarcity of some of the most beautiful ecosystems to...

Oct 6, 2018• by IndeBo

The royal celebrations of Dusshera in India

Durga Ma Virsarjan Tucked away in a small area of the state of Karnataka, is the old-world regal city of Mysore. Home to India’s finest royal families and grand traditions, this lush green, and...

Oct 3, 2018• by Alluring India

Important aspects to consider for a luxury tour in India

India is one nation that can wow all kinds of travelers! One can choose destinations as per their interests in architecture, history, beaches, wildlife etc. One can also select their accommodations...

Sep 27, 2018• by IndeBo

Why Coorg Should Be Your Next Travel Destination?

Photo Source- Bumppy In the misty coffee estates of Coorg, the wind whispers secrets and stories of the past. The aroma of freshly-brewed coffee wafts across the plantations and mingles with the...

Sep 26, 2018• by punpuntrails

Travel to Madhubani and Sonepure Mela

Bihar occupies a unique position in the history of the Indian subcontinent, featuring as it does as a prime spot for much of India’s rich cultural, political and spiritual heritage. The state...

Sep 13, 2018• by IndeBo

How to celebrate Christmas & New Year in India

Photo Source- MarkInternational.info Before the bells jingle and clock strikes 12, to mark the ending of a year and beginning of a new one everybody wants to rejoice those moments in full...

Sep 12, 2018• by Vansh Tiwari

10 things you need to know before traveling to New Delhi

The Capital city, New Delhi is a big heart of India and a special one for the people who live here and also who want to explore this city. A dream place to visit. The city has so much to explore,...

Sep 6, 2018• by IndeBo

Theme travel in India

Theme travel in India You always have travelled to a particular destination and explored the place, its culture and diversity. But there are several other themes you can plan your next trip to...

Sep 5, 2018• by Excursion2india

Other Side of Goa

Goa, India Goa has been a famous tourist spot of India for years now. Tourists visit the place almost round the year. Monsoon, which used to be completely off season, has also started good...

Aug 31, 2018• by trawellblogger

Stay healthy with Indian Food

I know one of the major problems with the overseas travelers while traveling to India is undoubtedly food - especially spicy food. We as Indians agree that we do add spices to our food, but there are...

Aug 30, 2018• by IndeBo

Arunachal Pradesh: Northeast Most State of India

PS- AllWallpaper.in The most north-east of the North-East of India, Arunachal Pradesh is a step into a world of extraordinary beauty. Its name translating to “Land of Dawn-Lit Mountains,...

Aug 23, 2018• by IndeBo

Best places for solo travel in India

In the company of diverse people, vibrant culture and a rich heritage, one never feels alone in India. Undulating landscapes, serene coastlines, an exciting fusion of cultures, the explosion of...

Aug 22, 2018• by Auravoyages

Accessible holidays in India for Wheelchair travellers

It is often believed that India is not accessible for travellers with restricted mobility and in particular for Wheel Chair travellers. But those who have travelled once would confirm that despite...

Aug 18, 2018• by Elevation 2310

Reaching Shimla - The Queen of Hills

Namaste! So you're planning your Shimla trip? No worries. I hope the following tips help you with your adventure. Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India Reaching Shimla: By Road Shimla is very...

Aug 16, 2018• by IndeBo

Incredible experiences in Incredible India

Taj Mahal India is everything, and more. Its eccentric vibrancy, the myriad religions, cultures, people, and ethnicity, all of these come together to inspire and provide a visual explosion of...

Aug 9, 2018• by IndeBo

Kumbh 2019 - world's largest religious festival

PS- smithsonianmag The Kumbh is a gathering like no other. One of the greatest gathering of mankind, the Kumbh is an opportunity for visitors to get a glimpse into spiritual liberation. This...

Aug 6, 2018• by IndeBo

The Seasons and Reasons to Travel India

PS- MyTravelCon India has been luring travellers for centuries and continues to do so to this day. With an unimaginable diversity in culture, religion, landscapes and weather, the vastness of the...

Aug 6, 2018• by Sharad Kumar Vats

Tiger safaris in India

India is home to over two-third population of the Tigers in the wild. Apart from Tigers, India is also home to Asian Elephants, Asiatic Lions, Snow Leopards, One Horned Rhinos, Wild Dogs, Brown...

Jul 30, 2018• by vijay

Currency of India

The National Currency of India is the Indian Rupee, which is available in denominations of 1, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500 and 2000. There are coins for 1, 2, 5 and 10. Banking in India has become...

Jul 29, 2018• by Laviral

Be hydrated on high altitude

Be hydrated whenever planning a trip to high altitudes in the Himalayas. Leh Ladakh base is located at 11400 ft from the sea level. Drinking 2-3 litre bottles of water is advisable. If you are taking...

Jul 25, 2018• by IndeBo

Inbound India: Tips for Travellers

PS- WOI - Wonders of India India is a lot packed in itself. It’s chaotic and crazy, intoxicating and mesmerising, liberating and scary, and wonderful and overwhelming, all at once. Travelling to...

Jul 13, 2018• by TheGreatNext

How to choose the right Himalayan trek for you

If you're thinking of heading to the Himalayas for a trek, choosing the right one can be a challenge. With hundreds of treks available, from the Markha Valley trek in Kashmir to the Dzongri trek in...

Jul 7, 2018• by TheGreatNext

How to stay healthy and fit during a Himalayan trek

Home to some of the tallest mountain peaks in the world, the mighty Himalayas present the ultimate adventure for mountaineers and trekkers from all around the world. From easy treks around Manali in...

Jul 4, 2018• by dmbeckon

Visiting India with a Professional Travel Company

To discover this wonder that is India, you need more than place-names on a map. In a country of such distances, where there is so much to see, you need professional tour management to make sure that...

Jun 29, 2018• by Anant S

Travel Tips for an Indian Escapade

1. Prepare for extremes - Both in terms of weather as well as your experiences. With the highest mountains, one of the longest coastlines, and a multi-cultural people, expect the unexpected. 2. Go...

Apr 25, 2018• by priyaflorence

A Trip To The Confluence of the Indus and Zanskar Rivers

One of the highlights of my trip to Ladakh, a desert plateau in Northern India, was visiting the confluence of the Indus and Zanskar Rivers near Nimo village on the Kargil – Leh highway. Located...

Feb 17, 2018• by Clem

Beware of torn rupees

Don't accept damaged bills in India when getting your change back, take a second to inspect what's handed to you. Kindly refuse the bill and ask for an intact one. Even though this is a general...

Jan 3, 2018• by Clem

Udaipur City Palace gardens for INR30

For foreigners, Udaipur City Palace entry fee is INR300. However there is an option that is not advertised at the ticket counter: the garden ticket. It costs only INR30 and it allows you to visit...

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