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India is big, where can a beginner go and nature there tours and stuff? and got a better answer
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I would advise a beginner to go all over India, with a guided tour or on your own. As India is interesting all over. And Jaipur and Agra especially Agra , and Varanasi and Cajuraho and Karnataka Tours of these places from Goa are available. But they can be expensive $300 to Agra by air, $250 to Mumbai and that's the minimum. I think excursions + vacations in Goa would be optimal ?
I would advise a beginner to go all over India with a sightseeing tour or by yourself. Because all of India is interesting. And Jaipur and Agra especially Agra and Varanasi and Cajuraho and Karnataka Tours of these places from Goa are available. But can be expensive $300 to Agra air 250 to Mumbai and that's the minimum. I think the optimum would be excursions + vacations in Goa.
GOA and tours can all be taken on the spot
India - a country for extreme tourism Rest - NO WAY! You will come from there - TIRED - Much more Than at Work The heat is usually - poorly tolerated A lot of different insects - including poisonous Very - spicy cuisine is not for the European stomach If you need - Tests normal and very manly choice for the vacations.
Golden Triangle + vacations in Goa or Kerala
Usually tourists choose the state of Goa, capital Panaji. I vacationed in the suburb of Panaji, Kandalim. I mostly had to drive 200 - 300 km one way for excursions. There is nothing close by. For example to the city of monkeys, you have to go to the neighboring state of Karnataka. We took a cab, which turned out to be a transfer. The one way distance is about 360 km. It takes about 6 - 7 hours to drive on the local roads. Excursion for 2 days. Overnight stay at a 4-star. hotel. About the nature. Tropical heat. Literally after 2 - 3 days I got used to it. Jungle, fields, swampy places like bays. The cuisine. I really liked the local cuisine. In principle, all the same as at home, but there are their own seasonings, various recipes. If you want it is possible to go to the store. There you can buy milk, vegetables, fruits. At the local market in Panaji, you can buy shirts and jeans for cheap. At least this was the case 2 - 3 years ago, when I went there. People are very calm and friendly. And the country itself, really liked it.