JourneyWoman Anne from Victoria, Canada shares this tip she discovered when visiting Dharamsala, India – the home of the Dali Lama
Solo traveller Magali heals decades-old grief and changes her view of death and dying while exploring the funeral pyres of Varanasi, India.
The saying goes that “it takes a village” to raise a child. No one in rural India defines this saying more than former village chief Shyam Sundar Paliwal, who plants 111 trees for every girl born in his village. Bonnie Hinschberger shares her experiences visiting this tiny village in Piplantri, between Deogarh and Udaipur, in semi-arid Rajasthan.
Our women-only tours are unique, passionately created adventures escorted in country by Australian women who live in India.
Mariellen Ward is a Canadian JourneyWoman who lives in India and writes about safety and travel for women on her blog, BreatheDreamGo.
The three biggest fears a lot of people have about traveling in a ‘developing’ nation seem to be bed bugs, bacteria and bad guys.
India is a shopper’s paradise. You just can’t beat the combination India offers: an incredible variety of gorgeous items, most often hand-made, at temptingly low prices.
For travellers to far flung places, some things never change. Baggage gets lost, bugs bite, and ‘poop’ happens!
So you want to go to India? It’s been calling you for years and you’re feeling ready to explore this fascinating, thrilling yet frustrating country.
Ever dreamt of sleeping in a mahajarah’s palace? Our women-only tour groups to India are unique, passionately created adventures escorted in country by Australian women who live in India.