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Esther
Tel Aviv

India

only ten days

we are four people and we have only 10 days to spend in India, landing in #Mumbai. We like to have control of our trips, and we're quite adventurous and don't want to spend our time sitting in a car or rickshaw, but rather trekking and talking to people. Any ideas? 


7 Answers

answered by
Abhishek

You should visit RajasthanKeralaGoa


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answered by
Mohit

I would recommend going to ManaliSpiti Valley, and then Leh . All these places are ideal for treks and biking. I just came back doing the same things. :)


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answered by
Arpit from Jaipur, Rajasthan

You can visit MumbaiUdaipurJodhpurPushkarJaipurMumbai during your tour. 


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answered by
Niraj

I am late here to answer but plan for Rajasthan. Rajasthan has rich culture, heritage, history, palaces, wonderful food, forts, temples, architecture and most important helping people. You can visit below cities in Rajasthan. 

Jaipur

JaipurJodhpurJaisalmerUdaipurAjmerPushkarMount Abu


Below are some other places you don't want to miss.

Ranthambore Tiger ReserveKeoladeo National Park


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answered by
Catalina

I suggest you guys to go to Rajasthan is a state not to far from Mumbai. Taking a train in India is in an adventure, but it is functional. If you rather stay in around Mumbai, go to Pune and then go down to Goa. If you decide to go to Rajasthan, go to Karni Mata Temple, UdaipurJodhpur, and Jaipur

Or, you could take a flight to Amritsar to visit the Harmandir Sahiband to travel around the North area like McLeod Ganj and Manali. These are really nice places to trek and to meet cool people. 


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answered by
Janelle from Charleston

I'd try to get out of congested, dirty and stressful Mumbai as quickly as possible and head somewhere else.  If you want to head south, then Goa is a nice beach city, Pune is a refreshing highland town, and Kochi is a large city in southern India with plenty of historical attractions, including several related to the history of India's Jewish community.

If you want to trek, then Leh and Dharamsala (home-in-exile to the Dalai Lama) are great bases for trips into the Himalayas.

If you're into a more spiritual trip, then Amritsar (the Sikh holy city) and Varanasi (a Hindu holy city on the banks of the Ganges) are worthwhile spots.


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answered first by
Shrirang from Pune

Corbett would be a must. Also, do visit the west coast of Indian (which is called Konkan). There are numerous treks in that area. I think these two things would be more than enough for 10 days. :-)


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