Rajasthan state is also known as the ‘Land of Kings’ (rightfully so), it is a state full of stories of wars and victories, romance, misfortunes and glories. These folkloric tales of love and heroism are physically reflected in Rajasthan’s many monuments, magnificent palaces and forts. This itinerary covers the state of Rajasthan, which covers the top spots, must do's and must see's for each place for the ultimate historic, cultural immersion into India!
Ranakpur Jain Temple is one of the largest and most important temples in Jain culture in India. Located in the south of Rajasthan state, it is considered one of the five most sacred places for Jains. The construction of the temple started in 1389 and it took 50 years to be completed and approximately two thousand seven hundred and eighty-five workers were involved.
Bikaner is a city located in the north of Rajasthan state, close to the border of Pakistan and the Thar Desert. It is usually left off people's travel itineraries, wrongfully so, as there is so much to see and do here. Bikaner is mostly known for two things; Camels (& its annual Camel Festival in … Continue reading The Best Places To Visit In Bikaner, Rajasthan
The Taj Mahal, one of the seven wonders of the world, the epitome of love and beauty. It is a must for any traveler's bucket list, so what next? You have your flights booked and your trip planned, but what do you really need to know before visiting this exquisite monument? These are the things … Continue reading Visiting The Taj Mahal – Things You Need To Know
The capital of India, Delhi is an overwhelming experience of all your senses… Some people find 48 hours too little in this massive city, and some… well they are ready to get on out of there within the first few hours… (first country I have ever experience culture shock in). Divided into Old Delhi and New Delhi, you will experience a mix of culture, history, and stunning photo opportunities in a city like no other. There is a lot to see, and many ways to get around and see it all, but for 48 hours, I highly suggest hiring a private taxi.
India is like nothing I have ever seen, smelt, tasted, heard, or imagined! India is a massive country; I didn’t realise how big it is till I planned a trip there. The country is broken up in states (29 to be exact), and travelling between them is very similar to travelling between countries in Europe, each state is so different and diverse in customs, culture, and landscape!