Indian Travel Guide
India’s chaotic busy overwhelming but beyond beautiful the huge culture shock that you experience by going to India is part of its charm it really is unlike anything you have ever experienced before.
It’s incredible in you.
Today I’m gonna be showing you how to travel India in one month
Now don’t get me wrong India is a massive country and you can spend months exploring it
But this route will give you a little taste of everything starting off the travels we will be flying into India’s capital New Delhi flights into Delhi are generally the cheapest and it puts you in a very good central location up north
There’s tons to see and do in Delhi and everything is connected by a world-class metro system making it super easy to get around I think spending two days in Delhi is the perfect amount of time backpackers tend to hang around Paragon just there’s tons of cheap food and accommodation
There from Paragons you can easily go and check out jama masjid the red fort the lotus temple
And India game one thing that is amazing throughout the entirety of India is food and in Delhi, the food you have to try is Talia a North Indian specialty you get a plate with curried rice chapati not gonna lie it’s pretty awesome
After Delhi we are hopping on a train headed west for the next 17 hours while we head to Jessel man always make sure to give yourself some extra time while traveling through India as things are often late or delayed but now you’re enjoy Aamir so taking the beauty although the city is awesome that is not the reason it’s one of my favorite places
I love it so much because of the camel safari the safari is absolutely amazing for about 40 US dollars you get to ride these camels for an hour and a half into the desert and sleep overnight you’re in the middle of nowhere
So you get to sleep under the stars build a massive campfire sing songs and make dinner the camel safari was definitely one of the highlights of your trip.
There’s not a whole lot more to do enjoy Sameer so after you’ve spent one night in the town and you spent one night in the desert you’re able to move on next up we’re catching a bus to do that for commonly referred to as the city of love you die poor is absolutely beautiful a city filled with Lakes temples and mountains you really can’t ask for much else you’ll be able to spend two days here exploring
no problem one thing that you must check out and I’m probably going to butcher the name but makalah Hill it’s the perfect place to catch a sunset and gives you a great view of the entire city from who died poor
we’re going to catch a train to Jaipur and that’s where we’re going to spend our next two days
Jaipur is a busy city with lots of history it’s filled with museums gigantic forts and it has a ton of unique architecture well the city itself was not my favorite
I must definitely enjoyed visiting things like the amber fort and gent arm at our pro tip
If you have a student card bring it with you because you can get a massive discount to see all of these attractions from Jaipur
I went into the Taj Mahal not expecting much I really thought it was going to be an overhyped tourist attraction but I was wrong the Taj Mahal is definitely one of the most beautiful things I’ve ever seen in my entire life
From the immaculate white marble palace to the pristine green Gardens surrounding it the Taj Mahal is perfection the best time to see the Taj Mahal is definitely for sunrise you’ll dodge a lot of the crowds by getting up early and then for sunset you’ll be able to take a boat ride on the river behind the Taj Mahal
by the way the Taj Mahal is closed every single Friday so don’t visit on a Friday
you’ll really only need to spend one day here in Agra
people from all over the country come to Varanasi with their families and friends to perform funeral rites or celebrations of light for their loved ones
what makes Varanasi so crazy and chaotic and unique is how open these celebrations are now actually occurring but this stuff happens throughout the entire city 24/7 after spending two full days exploring Varanasi
You can hop on a train and head back to New Delhi from Delhi we’re going to catch a plane to our next destination which is Mumbai being India’s largest city there is just a ton of stuff going on in Mumbai
at all times you won’t need to spend any more than two days here as that gives you enough time to explore and see the sights you can check out the Gateway of India
and you can do a city tour if you want but I honestly prefer just walking around the streets by myself
before we move on to our next destination though once you’ve seen enough of Mumbai hop on a train and head down south to an Juna beach go up Goa is a province known for its beaches
and an Juna Beach is like the backpackers place to be this is probably going to be the first time during the trip we were actually able to sit back and relax
but let’s be real you don’t come to India to relax the thing that makes a June is special to me is the atmosphere the people you meet and hang out with it really is like the central backpacker location
if you don’t want to sit around all day there’s quite a few day trips around like do cigar falls as well as the chip Porter for three days
here should be enough to recuperate and rejuvenate
before we hop on a bus to our next destination which is any MP is a super unique tiny village in India that’s about an eight-hour bus ride away from a Juna beach it was definitely one of my favorite places
we visited in India just because of how unique it is I’ve never seen anything like it this ancient village is surrounded by massive boulders flowing rivers intricate temples
it has so much to offer I highly recommend you give yourself a day to rent a bike and just ride around
stop wherever you see something interesting and just take in the views you should also head over to sunset peak where you can catch a beautiful sunset as a dips below the temples
and if you’re feeling like a daredevil you can do some bouldering because of all the massive rocks there are MP it is a bouldering or rock climbing destination so you can rent equipment and try it out
it’s time to make our way to our last destination which is ala pian Karelin while you’re waiting for your train make sure you try some Indian masala chai tea I drink a couple glasses of this stuff every day it is delicious Kerala is often regarded as the most beautiful state in India
and its home to the backwaters the backwaters of ala P karela are a system of complex canals and lagoons that help the city function it was such a stark contrast to the rest of India
because in alle Petrella people don’t use cars they use boats a huge part of the city is built around these canals so there’s floating hospitals floating markets floating school buses in the backwaters they don’t have school buses they have school boats
now the majority of tourists decide to take a houseboat tour through the canals but that’s not the best option a little less popular
but a lot better is the kayak tours that you can get the houseboats are really big so they’re forced to stay on the main canals
but I found myself enjoying the tiny tucked away canals a lot more and we were able to see them because we were on kayaks and just like that you spent 30 days traveling through India
it’s insane how fast it goes spending on your next destination your best bet is probably taking a train down south to Trivandrum and then catching a plane either to Mumbai or somewhere else from there
And If you’re having some more spare time I defenetly refer you to travel karnataka to get some more beutiful destination over the same.
thank you so much for reading this I really hope you were able to take something away from this guide and remember if you’re planning to go beyond this please check my other blogs.
Cheers, Travel Gears Info.
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