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India Travel Tips for Over-Confident Travelers

“Just go with the flow.” If anyone has ever given you tips for travel in India, you have likely heard this phrase. It means that unexpected things are bound to happen... Read More

Travel Post by Twenty-Something Travel on the 14-10-16


How to Stay Safe, Cool, and Illness-Free in India

India can certainly be overwhelming for first-time travelers. It’s complete sensory overload—loud noises; bright colors; various smells ranging from beautiful to horrid; enough spices to last a lifetime; and crumbling ruins,... Read More

Travel Post by Twenty-Something Travel on the 12-10-16


Why You Should Visit a Yoga Ashram in India

My foot is asleep. No, I take that back. My entire leg is asleep. A numb tingling sensation that reminds me of childhood gymnastics shoots upwards through my body. I’ve been sitting cross-legged... Read More

Travel Post by Twenty-Something Travel on the 11-10-16


Scarlett in India

India Trip I’m looking at doing another train trip across India. The last train I took across Southern India (The Southern Splendor) was pretty fun. The train itself was a bit long-in-the-tooth,... Read More

Travel Post by Stuck In Customs on the 09-10-16


Pic of the Week: Chang La Pass, India

This striking photo of a solo traveler walking along Chang La, a high mountain pass in Ladakh, India, was submitted by a member of the Solo Travel Society. The post Pic... Read More

Travel Post by Solo Traveler on the 07-10-16


River Rafting Rishikesh, India – Way beyond my comfort zone

Rafting Rishikesh? I’d rather just do some driving Rishikesh! Umm, I’m more interested in taking pictures of it from dry land, I mumbled, unsure of how I was going to squirm out of... Read More

Travel Post by Different Doors on the 19-09-16


Mumbai Street Food: 10 Of The Best Things To Eat

Mumbai street food is as exciting as it is mouthwatering. Not only... The post Mumbai Street Food: 10 Of The Best Things To Eat appeared first on Migrationology - Food... Read More

Travel Post by Migrationology on the 17-09-16


Ashok Vada Pav: $0.30 For The Most Amazing Vegetarian Burger

You’ll find a lot of delicious street food snacks in Mumbai. But perhaps... The post Ashok Vada Pav: $0.30 For The Most Amazing Vegetarian Burger appeared first on Migrationology - Food... Read More

Travel Post by Migrationology on the 05-09-16


Excellent Bombay Duck Fry at Gomantak (Must-Eat in Mumbai)

Bombay duck is not duck at all. But don’t worry… it’s still... The post Excellent Bombay Duck Fry at Gomantak (Must-Eat in Mumbai) appeared first on Migrationology - Food Travel... Read More

Travel Post by Migrationology on the 22-08-16


Amazing Parsi Food and History at Britannia & Co Restaurant

It was a dark rainy monsoon day in Mumbai when I walked over... The post Amazing Parsi Food and History at Britannia & Co Restaurant appeared first on Migrationology - Food... Read More

Travel Post by Migrationology on the 18-08-16


Pench Tree Lodge – Living Mowgli’s life

Pench Tree Lodge has been on my mind ever since I found out about it’s opening in February this year. I’ve been wanting to discover the park and couldn’t wait to... Read More

Travel Post by Different Doors on the 18-06-16


How to Spend a Month in South India

Following on from my How to Spend a Month in Northern India, I wanted to do a similar post celebrating the South of the country. North and South India are tremendously... Read More

Travel Post by Travelettes on the 16-05-16


Behind the shot – National Geographic Traveler cover photo contest

Thanks for following and reading Overland Travel Adventures from Go, See, Write One of the better online photo communities out there is National Geographic’s Your Shot. It’s a unique site with 600,000+... Read More

Travel Post by Go See Write on the 02-11-15


Travels in Myanmar, with Buddha Behind the Wheel

If the Buddha was driving in heavy urban traffic, would he honk? Much as that sounds like some wisecracking riddle, it’s a thought that occurred to me while my taxi’s driver... Read More

Travel Post by Daves Travel Corner on the 31-10-15


Ghost town in India: Kuldhara

We’ve been to spooky places before. From the eerie Museum of Toruture in Montepulciano to the spooky subterranean Catacombs in Paris. So while I was in Rajasthan scouting locations for a shoot,... Read More

Travel Post by Different Doors on the 28-10-15


Five Secluded Destinations In India That You Should Visit

India as a travel destination is popular for being chaotic, loud, and diverse in its cultures, traditions, and colors. A trip to India can be a travel experience different from others... Read More

Travel Post by My Beautiful Adventures on the 26-10-15


Photo of the Week: Moment of Reflection at the Taj Mahal

Moment of Reflection at the Taj Mahal This week’s travel photo was captured at the majestic Taj Mahal in Agra, India. The Taj Mahal is one of the most spectacular buildings... Read More

Travel Post by Traveling Canucks on the 04-10-15


6 reasons to put Pushkar on your bucket list

I recently traveled India for the first time and because it is such a huge and overwhelming country, I asked a friend, who had lived in Delhi for two years, for advice... Read More

Travel Post by Travelettes on the 22-08-15


Satpura National Park – India’s understated safari experience

When I think back to my time in the jungles of Madhya Pradesh, it isn’t the tigers of Bandhavgarh or the romance of Kipling country that stands out vividly. It is a... Read More

Travel Post by Different Doors on the 17-08-15


See the Golden Triangle – Travelettes Style

India had been on my radar for such a long time, that in my imagination it had to be on everybody’s ultimate bucket list. I thought it would be overrun by travelers... Read More

Travel Post by Travelettes on the 14-08-15


Pic of the Week: Hampi, India

This quiet moment at a temple in Hampi, India was photographed by a member of the Solo Travel Society. The post Pic of the Week: Hampi, India appeared first on Solo... Read More

Travel Post by Solo Traveler on the 13-08-15


Our Pick of Top 10 Beautiful Souvenirs from India

Ours is the exotic land of ancient knowledge, Mughal riches and exotic spices. Why shouldn’t our souvenirs reflect this magic? Luxury Souvenirs from India. Does such a thing even exist? Shopping for souvenirs... Read More

Travel Post by Different Doors on the 12-08-15


Photo of the Week: Amber Palace in Rajasthan, India

Amber Palace in Rajasthan, India This week’s travel photo was captured at the entrance to the magnificent Amber Palace (also known as Amer Fort), located about 11 km from the city... Read More

Travel Post by Traveling Canucks on the 01-08-15


Kings Lodge Bandhavgarh, India – A Royal Safari Stay

Kings Lodge, Bandhavgarh was to be the earliest established of the Pugdundee Safaris properties we were visiting on our itinerary through the National Parks of Madhya Pradesh, India. Naturally, we expected... Read More

Travel Post by Different Doors on the 29-07-15


Kanha Earth Lodge, India – Embracing the land

This was Kipling country. And back at the lodge, I sat in the lounge, almost hearing his voice, narrating Mowgli’s escapades in my ears… Kanha Earth Lodge. Stepping into the main building of... Read More

Travel Post by Different Doors on the 23-07-15


8 off-beat places in India you should not miss

If you’ve traveled to India before, you must have certainly experienced the incredible diversity with the country. India is a mosaic of cultures, climates and people – which also makes it a very... Read More

Travel Post by Travelettes on the 02-06-15


Helium – Now you can be a travel blogger!

This one’s specially for you dear readers! We love how you guys respond when we ask questions, especially when it’s for recommendations to someplace we haven’t been before. As travel bloggers,... Read More

Travel Post by Different Doors on the 01-06-15


5 Amazing Luxury Offbeat Stays in India – You can win one!

If you know us, we’re constantly on the lookout for unique boutique properties or villa rentals when we travel. There’s something beautiful about travelling slow and living like a local or... Read More

Travel Post by Different Doors on the 29-05-15


How to travel safely to India as a solo female traveller

You’ve got dreams to travel to India. They probably involve tracking down a yogi master to learn all his secrets, photographing the Taj Mahal at sunrise, or chilling out on the... Read More

Travel Post by Ytravel on the 27-05-15


India was an amazing experience, but it wouldn’t have been...

India was an amazing experience, but it wouldn’t have been nearly as amazing had we not had so many great friends to help us explore the country. We are so thankful... Read More

Travel Post by Our EPIK Travels on the 09-12-14