Travel Inspiration: India

With almost three million square kilometers waiting for you, the first challenge of planning to travel India is deciding where to go. Nevertheless, get the plan rolling because you surely are about to have probably the best travel and event experience in the land of mystery!

Per travel bloggers and experts online, one of the many reasons for most travelers going to India is the ‘golden triangle’ – the capital Delhi, Agra with its world-famous Taj Mahal, and Jaipur, the ‘pink city’ with Hawa Mahal, the Palace of Winds. These are only a few of the many highlights why you should visit and take your clients to this Asian gem.

After a long and successful event, you surely want to explore and discover the mysteries of the country. A few things that you can do include trying and savoring Indian cuisine. You may take a cooking course in India and learn its complex art.

You can also try Ayurvedic treatments, which are popular in India. Clinics are all over the land and you may book yourself and your team a course of massage therapy at one of these clinics.

If you want to experience local India, you can rent an enfield. These easy-to-rent classic motorcycles date back to 1960’s production bikes. These motorcycles can also be repaired easily which is most likely the reason why they still exist today. Driving them in India is considered an art, just be ready to go through the excitement of unexpected cattles and road-hogging trucks on your way.

If your team is up to something pure and solemn, you may visit India’s Hindu Ashrams. These are faith-based guest houses with food served. These are great places to share profound philosophical thoughts and reflect on the Indian way of meditation.

For the extreme adventure seekers, go and visit the ultimate highlights: the Taj, Jaipur and the two sides of Delhi. These feats will give you a flavor before you head off the beaten trail.

For extended stays, Indian homes are the best option. Indians offer their homes for guests to stay for a day or more. In fact, homestays are getting more popular especially for the middle-class Indians as one source of income. This is a way as well for guests to learn about their way of life.

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Author: Deb Davad

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