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India Someday – India travel with a little assistance

-This post is brought to you and written by India Someday-

India Someday is a travel service that offers just the right amount of assistance to independent travelers looking at planning a trip to India.

Our Audience is Just about anyone, We’ve helped people across all age groups (19 year to 83 year olds) from back packers, mid budget, comfort and luxury travelers. Our personalized service is based on what the client prefers rather than pushing our ideas through. Depending on how much assistance you are looking at we will help you fill in the gaps of your India travel.

Our Service in a nutshell

Say you are planning a trip to India and have limited time in the country and are overwhelmed with which places, regions to include or omit.

Or say you have a good idea of which places you’d like to visit, but are confused with which route to follow? Or you have your route in mind, but are unable to book train tickets!

Perhaps your a solo female traveler and want a little help/assurance while travelling.  Know you’re staying at safe places and that your using safe means to travel and have someone in India to call should you need any help once in India.

India someday is a travel service that fills in that gap. Depending on what you need we help you plan your route, help you book right places to stay and book your trains/buses/cars and flights.

Our Pricing – We charge a reasonable flat planning and booking fee

We charge a fixed travel planning and booking fee to help you plan a highly personalized holiday and manage all your trip related bookings. You are in complete control of how much you wish to spend. We give you a break-up of every component of your trip.

More about us!

Our website should give you a better understand on what we do – www.indiasomeday.com. Hippie on Heels has not had a chance to experience our services yet but do take a look at the reviews by people who’ve used our service on how they benefited travelling with India someday assistance.

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About the Author:

Rachel Jones left a career in nursing and lived on the beaches of Goa, India for the five years. Now she lives in Mexico where she gives advice on the 40+ countries she’s visited in the last 10 years. She’s the author of two India travel e-books: Guide to India and Insider’s Guide to Goa. Her blog, Werkenntwen, like its name, is a contradiction combining off-beat adventurous places with glamorous and bespoke travel. Werkenntwen has been featured in ELLE, Marie Claire, Grazia, and Cosmopolitan magazines. She’s a writer for Bravo TV.

2 Comments

  1. Cliona Fox October 3, 2016 at 10:26 pm - Reply

    Hi Rachel,
    I got your email from the Trip advisor site and hope that you can help me.

    My friend (Kathie) and I are travelling to India in February (around the 15th Feb to 4th March) and have opted to organise the tour ourselves as far as is possible.
    The reason for this is that we want to have an authentic cultural trip and most of the tour operators we have ed are either too expensive and are bringing/ busing us to the real ‘touristy areas’, or the complete opposite – have us back-packing !

    There are some aspects of the trip that we are not too sure about, such as booking train tickets, (including an overnight train) and perhaps getting a good driver or tour guide for parts of the trip. AND we want to make sure that we do not miss any of the very important festivals, ceremonies or sites!

    We have a rough itinerary, beginning on the 15th Feb, and which takes us from Delhi, to Agra, Jaipur, Udaipur overnight train to Mumbai, then after a few days there take a flight to Kerela where we want to do a river boat cruise for a few days ending up in Kochi to be near the airport for our flight on the 4th March. Is this something you would be interested in pricing for us? we are thinking of staying approx 2/3 nights in each of the cities.

    With regard to accommodation we have a list of hotels we like but again, we do not know if they are suitable. Perhaps you could recommend a few in each area and we can have a look at them? We want to stay (most of the time) in 3 or 4 star hotels or nice Heritage properties for a total of 17 nights (including the overnight train from Bundi to Mumbai). They should be clean, with a pool, have a bar/lounge, with breakfast included, and with easy enough access to the sites.

    A few other items on our ‘wish list’ are to do a cooking class and we do not mind which city this is in but perhaps encompass it in an overnight stay in a Homestay property? Also to experience a ayurvedic yoga class. Where possible, and to avoid expense, we want to take the trains from city to city. Our budget is $ 1,000 each or $2,000 in total.

    Could you acknowledge receipt of this email as soon as possible please indicating whether or not you would be interested in pricing this trip for us? If you are that would be great and then we can work on all the other details. I have an itinerary already done but not sure if it will work!
    [we are arranging the flights ourselves]

    Many thanks and look forward to hearing from you.
    Best wishes —
    Cliona

    • Rachel Jones October 3, 2016 at 11:52 pm - Reply

      Hey Cliona, I think you misunderstood the post. It’s written by India Someday and they are a wonderful tour company. I think it’s best to copy and paste this message and send it to them :) good luck!

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