When talking about some of the worlds greatest tourist sites it is easy to launch into hyperbole, everything can be great, or awesome, or amazing. More often than not those superlatives are genuinely earned, but occasionally you come across something special, something so completely unexpected it leaves even writers powerless to describe it. One such site is the Statue of Unity in Gujurat, the uncrowned new World Wonder that every traveller should visit.
Often overlooked by many travellers passing through the well worn backpacker trail in India, Ahmedabad is a powerhouse of a city packed with amazing things for backpackers to see and do. Here is the quintessential top 10 list of what travellers should see and do in Ahmedabad.
Tagged with: Ahmed Shah mosque
, Dada Harir step well
, Dandi Kutir
, experiences in Ahmedabad
, Jhulta Minara
, Mahatma Gandhi
, Manek Chowk
, Sabarmati Ashram
, Sidi Sayed Mosque
, things to do in Ahmedabad
, things to see in Ahmedabad
, top 10 things to do in Ahmedabad
, what to see and do in Ahmedabad
Posted in Destinations
, Travel Lists
The House of MG is both an Ahmedabad landmark and an iconic heritage boutique hotel that is more than worth upgrading to flashpacker status for a few nights. This full review of the House of MG Hotel in Ahmedabad will convince you their is no better place to stay in the city.
The Hindu festival of Navratri is a nine night long celebration of dance and frivolity. Here are some expert tips to make sure that you can stay fit and healthy during the festival and can enjoy the celebrations to the fullest.
India is one of the most popular backpacking destinations in the world, and for good reason, but it isn’t always the easiest destination to travel through and can give most backpackers a heavy case of culture shock. Here are the 10 most common travel mistakes all backpackers make on their first time in India, and how you can avoid them.
For many travellers India is often seen as a difficult place to travel through, and heading there on a gap year often comes with a strict set of rules to keep you safe and away from harm, but sometimes those expectations can become a self fulfilling prophecy and keep a traveller away from experiencing the real India, and sometimes to get to the heart of the country and the culture you have to break away from those rules.
Tagged with: do's and don'ts for travelling India
, India Gap Year
, India travel information
, India travel preconceptions
, is it safe to travel to India
, misconceptions about travel in India
, preconceptions about travel in India
, rules for travelling India
, tips for travelling India
, what do i need to travel to India
Posted in Travel Talk