Summer Holidays are almost over, and we have had one tough summer this time in #incredibleindia. Most of us who booked their holidays well in advance managed to get good deal ,but a lot couldnt. This clearly emphasizes the need to plan holidays in advance, a lot of guests ask me , why pay in advance or why start planning early? as you may see some news reports that came in last week in the Times of India about cancellations, visa appointments, delay in visa processing , lead to loss of money in air bookings and hotels bookings , This wasnt new to us, those who may have checked my articles on Facebook, instagram and some of my blogs, i was insisting from January 19 that those who plan to have holidays in India or Internationally should start planning in order to save on airfare, hotel rates and the most important part visa appointments for those who were looking at international destinations.
Keeping in mind how early planning helps , we are back with some suggestions for planning holidays during monsoon season , there are a quite a few short breaks that one can opt for during Ganpati Holidays, Navratri and Diwali Holidays. To be frank after the recent experience of increase in airfares due to jet airways collapse, visa appointments - delays in visa processing , increase in hotel rates in both India and International markets, few guest have already started planning for Diwali, and this is right time to do so.
For Ganapati Holidays we have suggestions for planing a 4 to 5 nights holiday
1) staying in pune for 02 nights and combine it with stay at a wine yard near nashik for 2 nights - enjoy the best of two cities in Maharashtra
2) One can also stay in pune for 02 nights and combine it with stay in coastal Maharashtra in cities like alibaugh , dapoli, harne, shrivardhan, vengurla, tarkarli Ganpatipule Experience the beaches and enjoy the coastal cuisine , a few of the towns have some amazing temples and other historical significant places to visit during your stay.
3) Stay in Mumbai for 2 nights and experience Amchi mumbai the city that never sleeps , visit the lalbaugh cha ganapati and proceed to any one of these cities pune, nashik , aurangabad which are around three and half hours and six hours drive.
4) Stay in pune for 2 nights experience food, culture, forts, and pristine surroundings of pune, in monsoon its a bliss to be in pune , proceed to the historical city of aurangabad and visit the ajantha and ellora caves, experience the mughlai cuisine in aurangabad, its awesome and experience not be missed
Talk to your travel consultant for what more destinations can be explored during Ganapati holidays within India and International Destinations
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