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I have visited some offbeat islands that only a few people have heard about, visited some really interesting national parks, traveled often on India’s hippie trail, have visited India’s most famous destination Goa more than 10 times (trust me, I know many secret spots here), have traveled literally every year to explore Rajasthan and explored many areas of New Delhi. Did I ever tell you that life in India is too much fun?
If you’re looking applying for a visa to visit India, we recommend you check iVisa. We used their service once when we were in the Philippines and had to apply for an eVisa for San (my husband). We actually wasted a lot of hours on Indian embassy’s website which is a pain in the butt. They did charge a little fee for the visa process, but took care of EVERYTHING else. The amount of fee that they charged is not much and is definitely worth it if you don’t want to bother yourself with a lengthy and painful visa process.
Places to See in India
Ladakh (India’s little Tibet)
Hampta Pass Trek, Spiti Valley (the Himalayas),
Chandra Taal Lake, Spiti Valley (the Himalayas),
Kasol & Parvati Valley, Himachal Pradesh (The Himalayas),
Manali, Himachal Pradesh (The Himalayas),
Kheerganga, Himachal Pradesh (The Himalayas),
Gallu, Himachal Pradesh (The Himalayas),
Dharamkot, Himachal Pradesh (The Himalayas),
Triund, Himachal Pradesh (The Himalayas),
Rajasthan in General (India’s Princely State)
Jaisalmer, Rajasthan (Sand Dunes on Thar Desert),
Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh (Biggest tiger reserve in MP, famous for tiger sightings and is believed to be the backdrop of the Jungle Book series)
Goa (Unlike any other place in India. Beaches, Culture, Forest, Parties – everything),
Hampi, Karnataka (Looks like it’s right out of a Flintstones movie),
Kerala (It is the land of backwaters, palm trees and amazing food – God’s own country)
Havelock Island (Andaman and Nicobar Islands – Remote Island group in the Indian Ocean),
Neil Island (Andaman and Nicobar Islands)
Every once in a while, I get an opportunity to visit a destination that completely blows my mind. I’m not talking about just the physical beauty or the food or even the culture - it is more than that. I’m talking about an extra something - the human element. ...
Information about Alleppey Backwaters, canoeing in Alleppey and Houseboats. Our Kerala trip did not have the best start. We couldn’t find our hotel, my phone screen cracked, and one of us lost our bank cards. In the midst of all the chaos, the only thing that went...
Imagine a glassy bluish green lake that’s surrounded by the Himalayas with literally no soul in the sight – this is Kedartal Lake. Kedartal, is a combination of two words – Kedar and Taal where Kedar refers to Lord Shiva and Taal refers to lake. So the name Kedartal...
This guide about places to visit in Delhi has been written falling in love with Delhi for 17 years and falling out of it over and over again. Yes this is exactly how it is to live in Delhi or to visit it for a few days – it is a constant love and hate relationship. It...
If you have traveled extensively in India, then most likely you have already heard of Kanha National Park. Also known as Kanha Tiger Reserve, it is one of the many National Parks in India where one can hope to see a tiger in the wild. It is in Madhya Pradesh, the...
Rajasthan is right out of a fairy tale. There are historical castles, sand dunes, magical landscapes, and best of all - color themed cities. If you see the map of India, you will notice that Rajasthan is towards the North West part of the country and borders with...
I have a confession to make – I can’t survive very well without 3G while traveling. As much as I hate my dependence on technology, I have to admit that being connected makes things very easy while being on the road. It’s not so much about social media, but is because...
"Oh Bikaner, why have you been hiding all this time? Did you get overshadowed by too many famous siblings?" A few months back if you had asked me about Rajasthan, I would have mentioned places like Jaisalmer, Jaipur, Udaipur, Jodhpur or Pushkar. However at this point,...
Often called the Land of the Rising Sun, Arunachal Pradesh in Northeast India shares it's borders with Bhutan, China and Myanmar and is unlike most of India. If you are looking for wildlife, adventure, and peace - then you're going to love Arunachal Pradesh. Northeast...