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I am simply amazed at this service.
It's like having a friend who's been-there-done-that and loves helping you discover these great experiences.
Aashish gave us a very detailed plan, including driving directions and everything. I loved his suggestions especially the kid-friendly restaurants that he picked out for us. Great job!
Outstanding planning - By Sangita Rajan - See this trip
It was a pleasure working with Aashish, the detailed planning helped us to a great deal.. All we had to do was stick to the plan and we would cover the place entirely. It was awesome. Would defy recommend to anyone without any hesitation.
french odessey - By Naresh Naineni - See this trip
I would like to plan travel for myself and a friend (both males) to West & NW Africa. We are looking to experience the food, life and most importantly, music of the region. We would like to touch Dakar, Lagos, Accra, and a couple of places in Morocco.
In Dakar, I'd really like to see Youssuo N'Dour play at his club Thiossane, and would like to know of similar places in the other cities :-) Duration: 12-16 days; Date: November 2013; Budget: $4500, not including airfare to/from India, but should include travel between the recommended cities.
I'm going to Goa for a short break with wife and my three year old daughter. I just want to take a break and relax. We've been to Goa earlier. Also note that we're vegetarians.
Primary aim is to visit Moghul related land marks, and cover Rajasthan forts, with a bit of shopping for my wife (Banaras Silks) and try some best Non-veg food these places can offer. Travel budget of $2000 - $3000 includes everything hotels, travel in between cities, food.
I'm going to Paris for 5 days. I'm going from Moscow. I'm looking forward to discover "real Paris" - in fact, we know places that we MUST visit like Louvre or Eiffel Tower, for example, but maybe there are "hidden gems"? :) . I would like to avoid spending much and we plan to stay at some cheap Airbnb appartment - advice considering this part also could be useful (what to avoid and what to search for). Also note that I'm traveling with my wife in the beginning of May. We're 27 and 28 years old, it's my wife's first trip to Europe and for me it's first trip to France.
I'm looking forward to planning a ski vacation for 2 people for 7 days between Dec 20 - Jan 1 at a ski-hill with a vertical drop > 3000 ft & all inclusive cost < $1500 for 2 ppl (budget including local transport, airfare, food). I'm going from Toronto.
Family trip. Want a luxury villa (unto about Rs 25k per night) on the beach near Candolim or close by. Direct beach access is important
I'm going to Provence for 5 days with my husband and 2 kids, in July. I need help with planning the trip - things to do, places to stay, eat, etc. My kids are 7 and 2 so we'd like to keep walking to a minimum and do the sightseeing at a relaxed pace. We like art and culture and my husband is a huge Van Gogh fan, so it is a must to include some of the relevant places. We also want to sample the best wines of the region.
I am going to Kerala for a trip of about 9-10 days. i will be travelling with my sister and a friend - and we are both keen to do everything in a very active way (e.g. kayak the backwaters; cycle the foothills; hike in the national park etc); and with my mother and her friend, who will take the more relaxed option. We would all like to spend a day or two getting ayurvedic treatment. Though the two groups will probably be doing different things in the day, we would like to stay and travel together.
We will have a big suitcase each, and the 3 of the group are vegetarian.
My friend and I are also interested in social enterprise - and particularly seeing the use of clean technologies in rural settings. If we are passing villages, we might like to see this for a day.
I am planning my honeymoon to New Zeland 6 days and Bora Bora 4 days .
Dates jan 25th to Feb 6th
I stay in Chennai
Getting married on Jan 21st in Chennai
Contacting early for better rates.
both Love driving, road trips and adventure.
Prefer staying at smaller and quaint, romantic boutique hotels and not at common brands like sheraton, hyatt etc. what matters to me more is the location and exclusivity of the hotel than the brand. So I am fine with a five star to a three star hotel type budget.
Want to include some extremely romantic surprise elements in the trip for my fiance ;)
I am estimating the budget to be around 6 Lacs for travel and stay. But that needs to be worked out.
Waiting for a reply. Hope this unique platform helps me out!
We are a family of 4 , husband wife a 9 yr old and a a 2.5 yr old. we have about 3 days 20th dec 5.30pm- 23rd dec midnight in singapore. we have a flight out to the US on 24th at 7 am . we would like to get a mini trip some where cloer our out of singapore during this time.. any suggestions? we like to either 1. find a beachy destination and relax 2. or preferably club the beach with some site seeing, history would be great .. a short flight away from spore is the thought .. any sugeestions?
This is a calendar of travel seasons for a vast majority of destinations across the globe, based primarily on weather, tourist seasons and events/festivals. Come here whenever you're wond..
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