There are some beautiful movies about India which will for sure inspire you to travel here, but there are also ones that show the grittiness of India - these are good to watch, too. They will help you understand more about India (even if a little overdone for Hollywood) and it will help you feel
Ever heard of a bucket bath? If you're coming to India as a budget traveler you'll want to get used to them because it's 1000% what kind of washing up you'll be doing. Most bathrooms in Indian homes and hotels do not have a shower head up top but only a tap at the bottom.
Over the past 5 years, I have had some insane adventures in India, my favorite country in the world. Some came from my solo budget backpacking days, some from crazy road trips with Ben, others from group tours, and some from girly travels with friends - and with all these memories in my head, I
I have been waiting to stay at Coco Shambhala Sindhudurg ever since I heard the plot had been bought! I love their sister property in Goa and constantly recommend it to people looking for a luxury stay in Goa - but this new place is a 4 villa property just across the border in Maharashtra.
There is so much Indian food to try which varies from state to state that you will never get bored of it. I wanted to have other travel bloggers who are based in India or are Indian tell their favorite food in India so that you can look for them on menus and try all
One of the most interesting cities to visit in India, is Jodhpur - India's blue city - and I am going to share 20 photos to inspire you and give you reasons to visit Jodhpur. I have been here twice, once as a backpacker than again 5 years later (now) as a more mid-range travelers
The Indian state of Rajasthan is my favorite state in India after Goa, and for travelers, it's the place I recommend the most. I have visited twice and spent overall six weeks in the state. I have a lot of blog posts about each city and how to get around which I'll link below but
I don't often take day tours in India because I'm so familiar with travel here, but when I leave India, I actually take a lot of 1-day tours in cities I want to learn a lot about, see a lot, but find it overwhelming to do the research. I wanted to give you a resource