Once they decide on the destination, first time travellers to India often grapple with the question - Is India Safe to travel? Well, simplest of questions demand greatest of attention and research. Having covered the length and breadth of the country- and mostly with travellers from countries like the UK, USA, Australia etc. - let us try to give you an honest perspective on an oft-repeated query- Is India safe? Safety of Female Travellers in India Informal discussions with our friends from overseas time and again brings up the topic of
Rajasthan in North West India is the most popular destination in India for international travellers. It is visited for its UNESCO heritage sites, grand palaces, heritage hotels, craft heritage, wildlife and superb countryside.
A carnival of celebrating good fortune, seeking salvation and washing away sins of a lifetime; the major attraction at Kumbh Mela is bathing on a few preordained auspicious days according to the Hindu calendar
Bhitarkanika Wildlife Sanctuary is a mangrove forest in eastern edge of Odisha, renowned for its offbeat stays in the heart of mangrove forests, Marsh Crocodiles, Kingfishers and wide ranging other bird species. Where is Bhitarkanika Wildlife Sanctuary Arrival - You arrive in a Boat Stay options Arrival at the FRH Inside FRH Meals in FRH Boat Safari Early Morning What Else Departure Travel Ideas for Bhitarkanika National Park Bhitarkanika National Park is a popular 1 or 2 night extension to an East India Explorer itinerary ex- Bhubaneshwar, recommended for bird watchers, offbeat travellers and those interested in eco-tourism. Email us
A frequent traveller with a focus on craft, a first-time traveller and Bob, who would join Barbara later while Bonnie would spend some time on her own visiting Kerala for spirituality centres and exploring backwaters / heritage
UNESCO recognises sites worldwide that are significant, preserved, discovered and celebrated by the world at large as “World Heritage Sites”. India is home to 36 World heritage sites and out of these 13 are in North India
India is home to 36 "World Heritage Sites" and out of these, 11 are in West and Central India.. These could be an area of architectural importance, a bio-diversity hotspot or a national park.
UNESCO recognises sites worldwide that are significant, preserved, discovered and celebrated by the world at large, under a list known as “World Heritage Sites”. India is home to 36 World Heritage Sites and of these, 12 are in South and East India