India is one of my favourite places to visit. It’s rich in culture and beauty and has so many incredible things to do and experience. I’ve put together this ultimate India bucket list including over 100 things to do in India, divided into regions. I’ve also included some general things to do in India that you can do anywhere. I've also turned this list into a printable PDF checklist which you can download for free.
If you're prepping for a trip to India, then this guide is for you! This complete guide will cover all the things to take to India and also includes an India packing checklist (it's a printable PDF). We also cover things that you shouldn't take to India to ensure you don't overpack.
In this Hindi language lesson we discuss the different ways you can ask 'how are you' in Hindi. This lesson will also give you many examples of how to reply to this question. This can be super useful to know especially if you're planning a trip to India.
Why should you learn some common Hindi phrases? Well, it could be to help you understand your favourite Bollywood movies or maybe you're planning a trip to India and want to know some common Hindi phrases to help you get around. If so, then this post is for you!
If you're planning a trip to India and want to know when the best time to visit is, this guide is for you! This comprehensive guide gives a month-by-month breakdown on weather, temperatures and events that you don't want to miss in the different regions of India!
During my 3 week trip to India, I spent a whole day exploring the best that Old Delhi has to offer. From the famous Red Fort to Gandhi's final resting place and the craziest market I've ever seen - read on to find out the best places to go in Old Delhi.
During my trip to India, I really wanted to experience the culture and what better way to do that than head to a cinema in New Delhi and watch a new release Bollywood movie! Here's what you can expect as a foreigner.
I spent 3 weeks exploring New Delhi, India and had so many amazing adventures. Here are some top picks for if you have 1 day to see the best that New Delhi has to offer. From temples to shopping, there's so much to do.
On my first day in India I headed out into the city to see what Delhi was really like. I got beautiful henna at a local market and later headed, for the first time, to a night market! It was a crazy day and involved breaking down in a rickshaw!
My first full day in India - I woke up in my new home with my homestay family and spent the morning learning about Indian culture. It was really interesting and so different to what I was used to back home. Read on to find out what I learnt - including Hindi, religion, marriage and more.
Whilst volunteering and travelling in India, I stayed with a local Indian family who lived in Faridabad, New Delhi. I was super nervous to meet them and didn't know what to expect however they were really friendly and welcomed me into the family straight away, making me feel like I was at home and also taught me a lot about Indian culture.
When I was 20 years old I travelled to India on my own to volunteer in a Slum Clinic. This post follows my journey from Birmingham, UK all the way to New Delhi, India with a stopover on the way. It was a super long day and I was travelling for over 20 hours.
When I was 20 years old I decided to travel to one of the most populous and interesting countries in the whole world - India. Oh, and did I mention that I went alone? I volunteered for a healthcare project in New Delhi where we helped patients in a slum clinic. Read on to find out more.