It grows on you. You want to keep coming back. Each visit is a new experience. The Kaziranga Game Sanctuary was a topic I had to teach little children about in social studies. Each year I would read about the ...Read More »
Munnar last December which I thought was the best holiday I ha...
When Kottayam makes its way to Kohima the experience has got t...
I joined Rohan and David from Bangalore and drove along with t...
In my opinion there is no better way to experience a new place...
Unlike your average travel company, The India Trail manages to...
A great experience, friendly and knowledgeable guides. The 3 ...
Conquering Dzukou Valley! — Michelle Sumi Hesso Hosting my friends – Anoosha from Mumbai and Trilokesh from Chennai – visiting Nagaland for the first time for the Hornbill Festival, 2014; I had planned a daily itinerary for their stay and ...Read More »
Munnar last December which I thought was the best holiday I had ever had took second place after my trip to Nagaland with The IndiaTrail. It was an out of the world experience. Nestled in the hills is ...Read More »
We knew little about Assam and nothing about Nagaland and Manipur before we arrived at Guwahati airport to begin this adventure. I can now report that tea estate pickers don’t look much like the ones on the Dilmah ads – ...Read More »
Unlike your average travel company, The India Trail manages to create the atmosphere of a group of friends traveling together. There is no feeling of hassle or running behind in a certain schedule having to tick the boxes of any ...Read More »
The team at The India Trail go far out of their way to provide an exceptional experience that goes beyond the typical superficial tourist track and deep into communities and culture to provide a truly memorable time for you, your ...Read More »
I joined Rohan and David from Bangalore and drove along with them through the east coast of India all the way to Nagaland, Manipur and Burma. They are undoubtedly the guys to go to for any north eastern adventure. They ...Read More »
The elephant pauses to grab a trunkful of elephant grass and stuffs it into it’s mouth. Breakfast on the move. From my vantage point on the elephant’s back I scan the surrounding grass lands for signs of movement, hoping to ...Read More »
I did not feel the 6 days in Manipur and Nagaland go by – from the World War II learnings to crossing into Myanmar on a whim, spending a day with people from the Chakhesang tribe to eating exotic Naga ...Read More »
That trip was a mixture of beautiful discoveries and friendship in a very relax and friendly atmosphere. I never felt I was obliged to follow a leader or a guide. The “guide” was friend in our team. Highlights of the ...Read More »