Local Insight

Information was obtained by someone who was living in the area and was raised in the culture.

VISIT WITH A LOCAL, COMMUTE LIKE A LOCAL - for best cultural immersion

Relax in a friendly, eco homestay, gorge on local specialties, experience some of Delhi’s well-known, and lesser known, wonders and suburbs from overhead, underground, and surface: on rail or dirt tracks, along narrow alleys and broad avenues using a variety of transport modes (including your own two legs) with different speeds, rhythms, sights, smells, tastes, touches and sound: that's Delhi for you, Topsy Turvy n Quirky! 

Description of India

India’s astounding diversity of religions, languages, and cultures is unique and unparalleled. The society of vast subcontinent, varied and complex in its rich heritage, is among the oldest in the world.

Woman squatting on clean road tiles, preparing food.
Overlooking busy street with colorful tarped stalls and little tiny cars
Two wheeled cart pulled by buffalo
View from above of open roofed cubicles and laundry on lines hanging above.
Water buffalo standing in stream with brillant green grass growing along the sid

Etiquette Tips for Travelers to China

China is one of the most culturally rich countries in the world. First time travelers to China might get kind of culture shock on landing in the country. The culture of the country dates back to almost 5000 years and it has almost no similarities to cultures and traditions of the western civilization. What might seem right to you might be wrong to them. The best part is that Chinese people do not impose their culture and traditions on foreigners. They are rather lenient in the matter of etiquette.

TIPS FOR SOLO WOMEN TRAVELERS (& OTHER TOURISTS) VISITING NEW DELHI

1. REACH SAFE: Arrange for trustworthy airport transfers through a women’s venture.

2. SLEEP SAFE: Reserve a private, comfortable room with ensuite in a woman-friendly B&B Homestay, run by women (not too far from New Delhi’s international airport), where you can kick off your shoes and let down your hair in a serene ambience. Ensure the homestay is in a decent neighborhood, far from the madding crowd yet close enough for comfort, with medical facilities and a full-fledged shopping center nearby.

EXPLORE WITH A LOCAL, SLOWLY, FOR BEST TRAVELER'S INSIGHT

TONE UP YOUR MIND, BODY & SOUL IN DELHI'S DELIGHTFUL SUBURBS 

Whether you're in between flights/you have a layover in Delhi/you're returning from Jaipur/you're staying at our eco homestay/you want a break from hopping in and out of tourist coaches/you're looking for a peaceful getaway to tone up your body, mind and soul before returning to the grind, I offer you a variety of unusual things to see and do, not far from New Delhi International Airport (IGIA) and Delhi-Jaipur Highway - by cycle rickshaw, autorickshaw/tuk-tuk, on foot or on horseback!

STAY WITH A LOCAL, EAT WITH A LOCAL - for best cultural immersion

Try Fun & Healthy Explorations of Indian Culture for LEISURE, PLEASURE & REJUVENATION through an Indian homestay in New Delhi region, .with a Local Guide

SLOW TRAVEL IN INDIA WITH A GUIDE - For Women, Seniors, Nature-lovers

Is your idea of a holiday a quiet, romantic escape into the hills where you can get in touch with your inner self, re-discover the child-like sense of wonder in Nature, gain a brand new perspective on some troubling issues, awaken to the chirping of birds, pen poems or a travelogue, splash paints on a canvas, practise yoga and meditation beside a roaring river or a gurgling stream, pick juicy fruit off a tree in an orchard, feel the breeze teasing your hair, wander along forest trails, collect pebbles and pine cones, soak your tired feet in icy running water, breathe in lungfuls of healthy

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Tribal Travel in Rajasthan

Rajasthan is famous for its historical and cultural heritage. There are many ancient forts, palaces and marvellous havelis which tell so much about its history and culture. There are many true historical stories about the bravery of its people. The Rajasthan tribes constitutes about 12% of its total population.