Below are 14 tips for solo female travel in India. henna, yoga, tea ... In Delhi, 1 out of 706 rapes the man was held accountable in 2012, so you can see why women don’t bother telling. I’ve actually read that the statistics are worse than that.
MatadorU student Priyanka Kher walks us through this remote region of India ... change after 2012. Hiring the services of certified guides and tour operators is highly recommended. For a permit (e.g., for Arunachal), go via a certified travel agent.
From the complexities of the Schengen visa to reliable travel resources, I’ve compiled travel tips to save you ‘basic research ... For a trip to Europe from India, I recommend taking the middle path. Read and know enough to not burn your time.
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You can make friends through social networking sites, once you have made them as your friend, ask them if they want to travel in India. Then set yourself as a tourist guide. You need to encourage them that you can be their tourist guide. Lastly.
Tips are acceptable in India ... 14 March 2012. They are active in states of Jharkhand, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, West Bengal, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh and Orrisa 69. Remember Kashmir is disputed with Pakistan. Always travel to.
You can also visit the Ranthambhore Fort, believed to be one of India’s oldest. Travel tips: Only park-approved vehicles are allowed inside the reserve. Your options are an uncovered gypsy, which seats six people, or larger vehicles that seat up to 20.
The Taj Mahal looms fairytale-like from the banks of the Yamuna River. It's India’s most recognized monument ... The new Yamuna Expressway (opened in August 2012) has reduced the travel time by road from Delhi to Agra to under three hours.
Thinking about traveling to South India? This mini travel guide to South India is just what you need! This guide comes via my fantastic friend Megi who grew up in Bangalore. South India is that inverted triangle at the bottom of the Indian subcontinent.
We just returned from an awesome trip to India. We were there to attend a family wedding (which was fabulous). However, as is the case with international travel – we didn’t have always on internet access. This truly helped me unplug completely from the.