Leaving in August. Where to start?
I am from Belgium , and planning a three weeks trip in India. i already found a lot of info on this topic.
Although i want to start a new topic , when i try the website tells me this is a private forum and redirect me to homepage.
What am i doing wrong ?
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Another Q , is there another ACTIVE forum for planning trip to India. ? thx again!! Reply to this
"India mike" is the best site for planning a trip to india...great forum and tonnes of very good quality up to date information. Reply to this
I've travelled the north and south of the region on two different trips. I personally would start in Nepal or North East India. The best time of year for that region is October/December so hopefully the humidity won't be too oppressive. Kathmandu is lovely that time of year and will be a good warm up for India. the Nepalese are lovely people and spending some time there is a nice training introduction to the chaos that is India (it's a good chaos)
Varanasi is a must, being the religious heart of the most spiritual countries in the world. You'll kick yourself if you don't go watch the locals in action as they repeat a ritual/meditation that has been in use for hundreds of years.
I loved Jaipur, the pink city has so much to offer from ancient observatories, cloth markets to huge fortified palaces.
If you'd like more information on the routes I chose just pop me a msg, I'd love to forward you on my journal notes and travel photos
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You have very best destinations in India, full of cultural values and beautiful natural scenarios. In South you have Kerala, Chennai. South India is full of Temples, Backwaters, humidity. One of the ISO certificate winning temple at Chennai is: Kapaleeshwarar temple. Then you have Darjeeling in West Bengal. It is queen of hills. Tea plantation is a famous and very well known occupation of Darjeeling. The best place i found was North India's Uttarakhand. To get more information on best destinations of India i got one blog : Kapaleeshwarar Temple Reply to this
Welcome in India! I hope you are enjoying your stay!
I recommend you to discover the secrets and the colors of Rajasthan by visiting beautiful cities such as Jaipur, Pushkar, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer and then Udaipur.
I can also recommend you very nice hotels in this area where you can enjoy very beautiful landscapes and where you are immerged into Indian culture: <snip>
I hope it will help you!
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You can mail me details of your travelling. I can suggest how you can get maximum of your travel. August is monsoon in south India. So please keep that in mind. mail to me. I have a travel management company and I do travel with healing and health care.
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It's better to start your trip from north as towards the second half of your planned six months northern India will be extremely cold. Ladakh and other Himalayan regions will close for tourists by October. In the south, Kerala has pleasant climate almost throughout the year. Even the heavy monsoon season is enjoyable as the state will be brimming with greenery. You can wind up your trip in God's own country Kerala. Reply to this
If you want to know any information about travel and tourism in India and tour packages in India then World India Travel is a perfect place for you. Here you find all the major tourist attractions of India. The tours and itineraries are designed so that they cover all the destinations from plains to hill stations and beaches.
For more information visit: <snip>
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You might want to check out North East India as part of your travel plans. It has a wide variety of wildlife, nature, and mountains (Himalayas) which you can check out. I would suggest Kaziranga National Park in Assam ,with ethnic tree top house resorts and also the land of the famed one-horn Rhino and elephant Safaris, Shillong (aka Scotland of the East) and Cherrapunji (highest rainfall in the world) in Meghalaya and Tawang with the beautiful Himalayas on one side and the Buddhist Monasteries to look at in Arunachal Pradesh. Ideally it should be 2 weeks trip and also not expensive considering the length of the trip. There are pretty decent travel agencies with a lot of customized travel options out in Guwahati, Assam. <snip> is one you can check out. You should be able to google it pretty easily.
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You can start here at <snip> if you are planning to tour India. If you plan it yourself, you might save some money, but having an expert travel service will take much of the headache out of it--and is well worth the extra cost!
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goa is the right place for this time, for any help pls mail me, im from goa. Reply to this
Hey Pamela, India is a beautiful country and you will feel very comfortable every time here because people are so friendly here.
So, come to India and enjoy beautiful colors like culture and festivals of India... Reply to this
Its great if you are coming India, India is very beautiful country. Reply to this
Hey Pamela, Thanks for visiting in India, its a beautiful country having culture, traditions and festivals.
Hope you will enjoy this journey. Reply to this
I want to tell each and everyone here that India is absolutely safe for travel, We have a sound democratic system and we respect all the religions. Reply to this
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I saw you post and really glad to tell you about indian places. you planned visit for india that's great. India have lots of places ( such as Taj Mahal in Agra, Lotus Temple in Delhi, and other places) for tourism with pleasuring staying hotels. These are awesome places for visit for enjoy and learning about indian culture. Reply to this
Hello lapamela Pamela Thomason
You can travel any time in India because some state of India has very attractive places. India has both type of places such as hot and cold in any session.
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