A year ago today, I had just arrived in India. New Delhi to be exact. With an 18 hour travel time, I was anxious, nervous, exhausted, but most importantly I was excited.
Going to India has always been on my bucket-list, but I knew I needed to wait until I was further along in my "travel career". After living abroad and traveling to over 30 countries, I felt I was ready. India didn't feel like a place for inexperienced travelers, and I am glad that I went when I did.
It also helped that one of my good friends (that I met in Italy), lives in Delhi. She was able to give me insight into what to pack, but I outlined the cities that we would go to, and the days that we would be there. I have a small obsession with travel planning, and am blessed to have friends that honestly let me do my thing. (Of course, I make sure everyone is involved every part of the way. :) )
Here are the places that we decided to go to on our 2.5 Week Trip to India:
Whenever I plan a trip to a new country, I first plan the "must see" cities, so that in case I decide that I don't need to go back to that country, I did everything on my bucketlist while I was there. Here were some places that fell off our list, because they were low priority:
My trip to India changed me, and is a part of my story. I wanted to share my itinerary for anyone that is thinking of going. Please feel free to reach out if you have any questions. I honestly can't wait to go back!
Bellisima = "Extremely Beautiful" in Italian, and how i would describe the world, and how I view it through travel.