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    Travelling to Srinagar, Kashmir in the next 2-3 days. How safe is it?-thnx-sr

    Enjoyed a lot with family; I wish I could stay 2-3 days more. Gul Marg, Dal Lake, Mugal Garden, Sonamarg are some of the must visit places. People of Srinagar are very humble helpful and polite. Visit Tulip Garden if you are traveling in April. Shawls saffrons and dry foods are available at a much cheaper rates than what you get in rest of the country. about 6 years ago

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    I am planning a trip to darjeeling and sikkim in Jan'11. Would like to know the itineary to follow. I intend to visit remote places.

    Hi guy, nice to meet you all after such a long time. After lots of discussions, we have finally decided to cut North Sikkim from our plan since it will be very cold in February. Instead we want to go to Darjeeling, West Pelling and South Namchi Sikkim and then Gangtok.And we have even extended our days of the tour. We are going for 9 days/8 nights. about 6 years ago

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    Travelling around Rajasthan from 8 Jan for 7 days would like some helpful itinerary tips!

    Start at Delhi 3 days...then agra 2 days then jaipur 2 days via fathepur sikhri.from there you can go to jodhpur 2 days and then finally udaipur 3 days.This route can be achived via one driver. Then catch a flight from udaipur mumbai stay at mumbai for 2 nights then catch a train to goa scenery is amazing enjoy goa. about 6 years ago

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    Is Ajmer, Rajasthan have good hotels facility..???

    Ajmer city various hotels and motels provide traveler an experience of Rajasthan with safety and security. Variety of rooms such as Suite, AC, Non AC, Standard, Huts, tents provide solution suiting to traveler. Variety of North/South Indian dishes Continental and Chinese cuisine along with traditional Rajasthani dishes are served. about 6 years ago

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    Best place to stay inBikaner is I recommend Rao Bika ji Group of hotels & Resorts c/o hotel meera mahal heritage opposite kalakar colony

    We stayed in hotel Meera Mahal for one week. First of all hotel impressed us from the hall which looks like a palace. We wanted immediately go away because our budget not so hi, but indeed price was very reasonable even in spite of Desert festival. Rooms and bad sheets are quite clean and we used wi-fi 24 hours it's not very popular facility in India! Hotel is situated in very convenient place in Gandhi Chowk not far away from Fort and has sunny terrace with nice view. Stuff are very friendly, helpful and polite. Sometimes we had breakfasts, lunches and dinners at hotel - in restaurant or on the roof top. Time to time cook and waiters was not so fast and we recommend to management of hotel pay attention for it, but food was quite good and it worth to wait. We heard fearful stories what in Jaisalmer every host of hotel try to sell Camel safari to guests but in this place we didn't have this problem and only after we asked they told us about it and offered very good price. We asked in a lot of place in city but didn't find cheaper nowhere. about 6 years ago

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    Where's the best place to see in kota kinab

    We realise you almost certainly didn't come to Sabah for the urban scene but you have to book permits somewhere you gotta sleep after climbing Mt Kinabalu diving in Sipadan exploring the jungle etc and you need some place to connect to onward travel and KK as everyone calls it is a good place sometimes the only place to do all of the above. about 6 years ago

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    What is the best time of year to travel to Rajasthan?

    I think 3 weeks would be a good amount of time in Rajasthan. From what you say about your friends I'd suggest a car and driver. I found it super easy and flexible. It meant I could do what I wanted when I wanted. With 3 travelling it shouldn't be too expensive. I found it no more expensive than a group tour and I was travelling alone so shared it would be even more reasonable. about 6 years ago

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    Sariska Tiger National Park

    Spanning an area of about 3,42,000 sq km, located in north-west India, Rajasthan is among the largest of the country’s states and is remarkably rich in wildlife its vast size and latitudinal variations have provided it with varied vegetation- from the semi-evergreen forests of Mt Abu to the almost barren or dry scrub grasslands of the desert and from the dry deciduous thorn forests of the Aravalli hills to the wet marshes of Bharatpur.ert and from the dry deciduous thorn forests of the Aravalli hills to the wet marshes of Bharatpur. about 6 years ago