Camel treks in Jaisalmer, Rajasthan

Camel treks in Jaisalmer, Rajasthan

Recommendation number four for India during August and September, the tail end of monsoon season, is camel trekking through the deserts near Jaisalmer.  When you move to the West of Rajasthan and arrive in the desert city of Jaisalmer, the feelings of Arabian nights...
Rooftop views of the Lake City, Udaipur, Rajasthan

Rooftop views of the Lake City, Udaipur, Rajasthan

Recommendation number three for travelling India in August and September, the tail end of monsoon season is enjoying the views from the rooftops of the Lake City in Udaipur, Rajasthan.   Rooftops in Udaipur for a taste of old northern India Even just stepping out of...
Food paradise in Panjim, Goa

Food paradise in Panjim, Goa

Recommendation number two for travelling India in August and September, the tail end of monsoon season is the Goan capital Panjim.  Goa is the Indian state renowned for its laid back vibe and beautiful beaches. However, if you are visiting during monsoon (April to...
After Houseboating: Tips for Alleppey and Fort Kochi

After Houseboating: Tips for Alleppey and Fort Kochi

After the main event in the backwaters of Kerela you might take a day or two to have a look around Alleppey and Fort Kochi, about an hour and a half north. Read on for my quick suggestions on what to enjoy in these cities. Pre/post houseboating: Alleppey Also known as...
Kerela Houseboats: organising a great Alleppey experience

Kerela Houseboats: organising a great Alleppey experience

Recommendation number one for travelling India in August and September, the tail end of monsoon season. Kerela is definitely one of the most popular tourist states in India, with a number of beautiful destinations to tickle your fancy. Most famous are the Kerela...
Top experiences for the tail end of monsoon in India

Top experiences for the tail end of monsoon in India

The Indian monsoon is one of the most famous and weather systems in the world. Economically it is a vital system that brings water to crops all over the country. It has been well understood and anticipated by the Indian population for centuries, yet remains one of the...
Travelling India by a no grainer

Travelling India by a no grainer

Travel in India isn’t easy. The streets are loud, busy and dirty and there is constantly people staring at you – not always in a friendly manner. I wouldn’t believe anyone who says that they love everything about India; the sheer number of people alone can be quite...

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