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When In India For 7 Days - One Week Suggested Itineraries

If you have time of one week on your hands, say maybe during the easter break and you are arriving in India at any of these locations (Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore), here are some handpicked itineraries for you. From DelhiIf you are arriving in Delhi you are suggested to follow one of the classic one week itineraries that is the ‘Golden Triangle’ itinerary. This pick is called {India} India’s Golden Triangle, 7-day Itinerary and is summarized by idelish This itinerary covers Delhi-Agra-Jaipur. If you have time to spare, you can pick another city in Rajasthan; preferably Udaipur or Jodhpur. Arrive in Delhi and stay the night. Move on to Agra the next day and to Rajasthan for the next 3 days. Return to Delhi. If you pull off a backpacking trip, this trip should cost you something between Rs 8000/- to Rs 15000/- or else if you go the way of luxury it could take anything above Rs 30,000/- Click the link below for the detailed itinerary.www.idelish.com/2011/08/01/india-indias-golden-triangle-7-day-itinerary/ If you are one of those who do not wish to switch cities and just want to take in one city at a time; then here’s a week long itinerary just for Delhi. This one is called One Week in Delhi: The Perfect Itinerary by TripSavy.This itinerary covers old and new delhi, cafes, books, monuments everything. Click the link below for the detailed itinerary.www.tripsavvy.com/one-week-in-delhi-the-perfect-itinerary-4144728 From Mumbai

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8 Tips To Keep In Mind While Travelling to The Incredible Northeast of India

The northeast India is slowly becoming a favourite part to take trips to for the locals and the international travellers. It is fresh, beautiful and less populated. Even though it is becoming pretty popular among the tourists, it still has people concerned about safety. We are still to decide how tourist friendly the northeast is and therefore; here are some tips that we want you to keep in mind while you travel there. You may need special permits ( for example; the Protection Area Permit) and other documents to travel there. An Indian visa is obviously a must but do your research before you take the step. There are eight states, several districts and villages to cover, therefore, plan a tour with good amount of time in hand. A well planned trip is a better way to go here. Read and study about the locals, tribes, food and culture beforehand. You wouldn’t want to offend anyone, right? This will also let you have a better interactive experience. Be prepared for the rains. The northeast receives a decent amount of rainfall especially during monsoons. Best travel time is between October and April. Get yourself hotels and hostels pre booked as this area still has a developing hospitality sector. One is suggested to carry multiple simcards as the landscapes don’t permit very good connection. Immerse yourself in a natural lifestyle there and do not expect amazing internet access. You should even be prepared to lose it every now and then. Keep saved the emergency contacts at all times. And lastly; keep expecting the unexpected! The northeast India is wonderful and so is travelling and to keep the experience smooth, do look up Trabug- India’s First Travel Phone that will keep you from being distracted by travel hurdles while that you are there. Check this link for more About TrabugTrabug is india’s first Travel phone that comes with a 4G connection and a voice plan. It is a phone for anyone and everyone who travels to India on business or leisure. It helps you stay connected in a foreign land and makes your stay hassle free. What Our Customer Has To Say “I absolutely love it! we always had perfect signal and the wifi hotspot worked for two devices even far in the Thar desert 👍🏼 The trabug support team was always reachable and really helpful. I highly recommend this for long stays in India, it also has great tourist tips and maps…restaurant and hotels list as reliable as in tripadvisor. Thank you for the service!!” Nayeli Contreras Mexico

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Friendly Tourist Destinations In India - Part 2

Since India is a vast country with many places to visit, we wouldn’t like if you would miss out on any. Therefore, here’s a list of 3 more places that we find utterly suitable for a person exploring India. Much like the previous four; the destinations listed are chosen on the basis that they fulfill the following things; or few; or a combination of a few; Cleanliness, Food options, Emergency Services, Staying Options, Safety for Solo Female Travellers, Cultural appeal and Honesty To The Tourist/ Traveller. Nainital, Uttrakhand : Another hill station in India which is quiet and hidden. It has amazing weather and views. Offers beautiful markets, is safe for solo travellers and is not too crowded. It is one of the few cold places where temperature go negative in winters. You can fly, take a train or or go by car. The rickshaws in nainital are cheap and have fixed rates but it is advised to look around on foot. You can trek, go for boat rides, explore caves, watch sunsets, enjoy wildlife. You’ll find a lot of punjabi and north indian cuisine at cheap rates. The herbal tea there is a must try too. Munnar, Kerala: One of the really sort after places is considered very safe for solo travellers. It has amazing views. The place is a bliss for nature and peace lovers. It has a variety of South India cuisine to offer. Avoid guides when you are in Munnar. The communication can be a bit difficult but one can manage if one speaks English/Hindi. Tea plantations are a big attraction in Munnar and one should definitely purchase tea there. One can visit tea factories go for treks, enjoy sightseeing, look at waterfalls. We suggest you book am Airbnb as hotels can be unavailable. Mysore, Karnataka : Mysore has a charm and grandeur. It is a beautiful valley situated in South India with great south indian food, amazing weather and beautiful palaces and gardens. The city has topped list of the cleanest city in India. It can be reached by airways, roadways and railways. There are palaces, hills, gardens,churches, zoos, museums. You name it and it is there. The city is pretty much an educational hub too. Pre book your hotels or stays to avoid frauds that drive tourists to their hotels. It is generally a safe city but keep a watch if you are out late. People there are geneally helpful and kind. Our Product Trabug- India’s First Travel Phone ensures one’s safety as it comes with all emergency services installed. It gives you information about eating places, shopping places and places to stay. It lets you have a hassle free travel as you can order forex at your doorstep. It is delivered and picked from wherever you want in India. Disclosure: The information is true to the best of our knowledge/experience and is subject to change with time/in varying situations. About Trabug

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Delhi Vs Mumbai - What To Expect From Each For A Traveller

While both Mumbai and Delhi are pretty famous among tourists, they are as different as one can imagine them to be. One is the country’s very capital and the other the commercial capital. One is called the heart of India while the other the soul. Both have different cultures, different languages, different people and different appeals for the travellers. Listed below are some stark differences we could identify on the basis of the following: Culture & PeopleTo look at the cultural differences between these two metro cities, we would like to point out that Delhi was in the ancient times the Mughal capital and Mumbai the Maratha capital. Since then, Delhi is built like a circle and Mumbai like a grid.Whereas in today’s times, decorum is more of a sight in Mumbai only as Delhi is a little too careless about that and Mumbai is a little easy on women, but Delhi in that context has let people down. Mumbai can easily be in today’s time be inferred safer than Delhi in this aspect. In another aspect; Delhi has one of the finest colleges in the country and Mumbai; bollywood and dreams to sell.Talking about people; people in Mumbai are a little more tourist friendly than Delhi.Both the cities though, are pretty similar when you compare the hustle bustle.An extra tip - Do not miss a holi in delhi and a ganesh chaturthi in Mumbai! Time Mumbai as per most travelers requires around 2-3 days if you want to do only the touristy stuff. One can stay longer if one looks forward to exploring local markets, going to cafes, watching local cinema or go on to a few weekend getaways. Delhi requires only 2 days as per most travellers as people head to Agra next immediately but that too only covers the architecture and old monuments. To explore the heart of Delhi, one can visit cafes, bars, streets, old markets, take a metro ride, visit Delhi haat and that would take more than 2 days for sure.

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All International Airports In India- Flights To & From

India is vast country and has an equally enormous chunk of destinations for you to visit. You could be a business person, a traveller, a resident, a passer by, but airports are always something that each one needs to be updated with. Below is the list of all the international airports in India. Few of these that are marked in bold are actually internationally acclaimed and renowned. North City State Indira Gandhi International Airport New Delhi Union Territory New Delhi Sri Guru Ram Dass Jee International Airport Amritsar Punjab Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport Lucknow Uttar Pradesh Lal Bahadur Shastri Airport Varanasi Uttar Pradesh Srinagar Airport Srinagar Jammu & Kashmir Chandigarh Airport Chandigarh Union territory Chandigarh South City State Bengaluru/Kempegowda International Airport Bengaluru Karnataka Mangalore International Airport Mangalore Karnataka Trivandrum International Airport Trivandrum Kerala Cochin International Airport Cochin Kerala Calicut International Airport Calicut Kerala Chennai International Airport Chennai Tamil Nadu Coimbatore International Airport Coimbatore Tamil Nadu Madurai Airport Madurai Tamil Nadu Rajiv Gandhi International Airport Hyderabad Telangana Veer Savarkar International Airport Port Blair Andaman and Nicobar Islands East City State Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport Kolkata West Bengal Visakhapatnam International Airport Visakhapatnam Andhra Pradesh Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport Guwahati Assam Gaya International Airport Gaya Bihar Tulihal International Airport Imphal Manipur Biju Patnaik International Airport Bhubaneswar Odisha West City State Dabolim Airport Dabolim Goa Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport Ahmedabad Gujarat Jaipur International Airport Jaipur Rajasthan Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport Mumbai Maharashtra Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar International Airport Nagpur Maharashtra Pune Airport Pune Maharashtra Raja Bhoj International Airport Bhopal Madhya Pradesh Trabug- India’s First Travel Phone comes with google maps preinstalled and helps you locate the nearest airport and the route to it from anywhere at anytime just in one tap. It saves your time and even helps you book a cab immediately. It gives you a time estimate as well to help you save on your precious time.Check this site to know more about/use the Trabug servies. Disclosure: The information is subject to change with time/ in varying situations. About Trabug

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Most Tourist Friendly Destinations In India - Part 1

India is a land that has given curiosity to too many people. It is one of hotspots for the traveler maps and is a retreat spot for the spiritual ones. People come to this country for various purposes and with various people, some solo, some with families, some with friends and some with strangers. Whatever the reason might be, a traveler stays a traveler and that’s where one needs to understand the priority of security. Therefore, in order to help you decide easily, here are the most tourist friendly destinations handpicked for you.The destinations listed are chosen on the basis that they fulfill the following things; or few; or a combination of a few; Cleanliness, Food options, Emergency Services, Staying Options, Safety for Solo Female Travellers, Cultural appeal and Honesty To The Tourist/ Traveller. Rishikesh, Uttarakhand : It is apart of Dehradun district. This place has great north indian food & is safe for women. It has great weather too that lets you enjoy spiritual bliss. It also offers a wide variety of watersports and is relatively a cleaner city. Mussoorie, Dehradun, Haridwar are very close by and can be visited by road. The place is also known as the Yoga Capital Of The World and would definitely interest fitness freaks. The city has a lot of cheap places to stay and eat at. There are various camps that one can visit that range from adventure camps like rafting to spiritual camps for meditation.As per people’s experience, locals in Rishikesh are friendly and helpful. Ahmedabad, Gujarat : This city is culturally diverse and has an amazing authentic cuisine. It lies in one of the safest states in the country. It is modern and old and has historic significance. The hotels are available but one is suggested to prior book. The state has n real night culture but is amazing to visit during Navratri in October or September. This city has good healthcare facilities as well. It has a good and affordable transport system. Ahemdabad is famous for its cotton and textile market so shop while you can! Gandhi Ashram is sure spot if you are Ahmedabad. Udaipur, Rajasthan : This destination is a hub if you want the cultural bit and the grandeur.. A small city with old architecture and rich heritage. Offers a lot to shop, eat and explore. Numerous lakes are an addition. The city is filled with people from all over the world all throughout the year, so make sure to have prior arrangements. Visiting during winters is advised that is from October onwards to February. The place has a lot of cheap and affordable eating places and a lot of auto drivers, cafe managers and spa people know foreign languages. Be aware of fraud tourist guides or photographers though. Hampi, Karnataka : Labelled as one of the UNESCO world heritage sites, it is place of great interest. Beautiful architecture and good weather make the stay worthwhile. It is not too crowded and lets you have things at your pace. Prefer to reach there by train as it is more convenient that planes or by car if you are in Bangalore. The best way to travel in the city is to rent a bike. The city offers very effective and super affordable ayurvedic treatments. There is a good variety of wildlife too. Carry cash as to find working ATMs in Hampi is a task. Our Product Trabug- India’s First Travel Phone is devised to ensure one’s safety as it comes with all emergency services installed. It gives you information about eating places, shopping places and places to stay. It lets you book cabs and gets you foreign exchange without any risks. Therefore; to have a hassle free stay, give Trabug a chance!

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How To Avoid A Delhi Belly When In India

If you aren’t aware what Delhi Belly is supposed to mean, you my friend haven’t done your research about Indian food. It is one cute phrase used to usually describe a condition with an upset stomach accompanied by diarrhoea, especially as suffered by visitors to India. Indian food is famous for its spices and the variety and it is no less than often that a traveler has a bad experience with the health because of lack of tolerance and adaptation of different tastes. Here are few things to keep in mind that might help you. Keep sure of the hygiene of the place you are eating at. Keep hands washed and avoid eating from street side vendors or from utensils that you suspect to be less than hygienic. Keep yourself well hydrated at all times. Avoid juices, milkshakes, water from roadside. Only consume packed water and drinks. Have fruits that you can peel yourself instead of juices. Avoid ice too. You can find suitable hydration salts after consulting a chemist or a doctor if required. Always read allergen information on packaged goods and make sure to ask for ingredients that are used in your food. Specify if you are allergic to something and keep precautionary medicines with you at all times. If you have developed an upset stomach, go light with the food. Eat food that is easy to digest and keep yourself thoroughly hydrated with electrol or ORS (Oral Rehydration Syrup). Take yogurt, rice, soup. Avoid wheat, spices and milk . Prefer home cooked food over packeted food. Consult a doctor for appropriate medication. Take supplements or yogurt/lassi to keep your immune system to the best of its game as you will need a strong one here in India. While all might look a little terrible and scary, it does get better. Once in India and you get used to the food here, you will be able to enjoy the delicacies and have your share of it. Disclosure: The information above is all generic. Different things might work for different people. Consult specialists for further information and insight. Do not take any substance without consulting a doctor. Trabug comes with all the emergency services installed and helps you locate your nearest hospital/police station in the moment of need very easily. It helps you find ways as it has maps and cab service applications pre installed About Trabug

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Jaipur Or Udaipur? The Pink City Vs The Venice of East

Jaipur and Udaipur are both pretty much favourites of travellers to India because of the historic significance and the cultural grandeur.The question though, still always arises as to what should be the first preference.Listed below are a few read that will help you know both the places in detail and compare the with ease. What’s Udaipur All AboutThe following blog titled ‘Udaipur in Rajasthan (India) | The City of Lakes and compelling saga of Mewar Royal House’ by Sushmita Sarkar was published recently and gives wholesome perspective on Udaipur. In her blog she talks about the lakes, the light and sound shows and how trustworthy they are. You will find ticket prices in there too.According to her, the best part of visiting the Sajjangarh fort is the view from the top. The time advised to visit Udaipur is winters. Check this link to explore her experience and get to know udaipur. http://www.myunfinishedlife.com/udaipur-in-rajasthan-city-of-lakes/ An add on read on Udaipur ( A personal account by the author) http://www.hookedupon.com/ill-never-stop-loving-udaipur-start-loving/ What’s Jaipur All AboutIn Sandeepa Chetan’s blog ‘Jaipur in 24 hours: A super short visit’ they describe a day spent in Jaipur. They cover the monuments like Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar, Amber Fort and the famous temples and her experience at each place along with the history. They also describe how it was to spend ‘Diwali’ in Jaipur. The blog also lets you know the places you can head to from Jaipur. You’ll also find information about food as they describe their experience with Dal Bati Churma, Kair Sangri and Gatte ki Sabzi. Check the link below to read yourself.http://sandeepachetan.com/jaipur-one-day-24-hours-trip/