I admit whole heartily that I am a proud Indian. Lucky to be born here on the land with a perfect blend of art, culture, wilderness, adventure, monuments, flora and fauna… the list is just endless. There is something for everyone, what ever you seek. All you have to do is take your pick, open your heart and arms and embrace it. Some might think an Indian holiday is so cliche, but there is a reason for the country to be in everyone’s travel list – it delivers as promised. There are a million stories out there, and all would be unique.
To other countries, I may go as a tourist,
but to India, I come as a pilgrim.
~Martin Luther King Jr
India welcomes people from all over the world and has things to do in abundance. There are all type of accommodations available. Travelling is affordable and comfortable. Food is easily available and is almost always good even for foreign digestive systems. People here are welcoming and easy to talk to, always ready to help. India is evolving and everyone who visits any part of it evolves with it. ‘Now’ is the best time to be here.
Posts on this page are my personal experiences of the places I am travelling to. Some are new to me and some are re-visits. Feel free to leave a comment or let me know if you are planning to travel to any Indian destination and I can help you plan your trip! It would be marvelous!
A good traveler knows as much about his backyard as he does of some exotic country halfway around the world. ~Nomadic Matt
Date of the trip: 14th Nov 2020 to 3rd Dec 2020 Ranikhet, a small sleepy mountain town in the lower hills of western Himalayas, home and headquarters of Kumaon and Naga regiment – it’s where my parents currently live. When…Keep reading
Date of travel : 01st Dec 2020 Nainital is one of the most popular holiday destinations in North India. In the list of best honeymoon destinations in Himalayas, it sits right next to Shimla and Darjeeling. While staying in Ranikhet,…Keep reading
Date of the trip: 11th Jan 2020 to 13th Jan 2020 What better way to start the new decade than to get lost in the largest delta in the world? None other than the delta of Ganges of course! Here…Keep reading