Traveller’s Diary

We love travel and travel stories inspire people to take to travelling off the beaten path. The “Travellers Diary” is an account of amazing travel stories that fellow travellers have taken with real world experiences and stories of places, its people, the food, culture, history and nature.

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To experience India the its entirety, you have to do more than just “sightsee”. Every 200 kilometres in India, the local cuisine completely changes. The ethnic groups and influences have a stronghold across the nation that give it a diverse and unique cultural landscape few countries can imitate. India offers so much below the surface...
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  •   Tej is a wonderful knowledgable guide who shared her love for the city with us by taking us through the most authentic places in the market. It was a small... read more

    JuliaG7
    9/14/2019
  •   I went on the Pete City Market tour this morning and it was the absolute highlight of my short business trip! I am a younger female traveling solo for the... read more

    Danelle D
    9/08/2019
  •   Bangalore is also famous for its dance and theatre. Veterans like Girish Karnad, Shankar Nag have fostered this form. Prabhath is a well known name among them. Their recent dance... read more

    Shashi R
    9/04/2019
  •   Niranjan & Nithya were wonderful guides on this tour of Bangalore's markets, historical sites, and a temple. You really get to experience the textures, colors, and rhythms of the city... read more

    889lindsaym
    8/31/2019
  •   Myself and two colleagues wanted to visit the real Bangalore, not just the Hotel, Cab, and Office version of Bangalore. The market tour took us through historic sites such as... read more

    Notoriousb1t
    8/31/2019

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