travel guide to girl powered traveling

Girls Trip – Tiny travel guides for some girl-powered traveling

Ladies and not-so-gentlewomen, lend us your ears! Get your backpacks ready and your camera batteries charged. We’re listing out some of the most exciting places for your girls trip.

Here’s what you’re in for:

Now that you’ve all watched Wonder Woman, and you’re pumped up with some girl power, round up your girl gang and take on some of the most remarkable experiences that are sprinkled across these five destinations. Mark these four terribly tiny travel guides for your next expedition.

Let the exploration begin!


Craving some beach therapy with your closest gal pals? Head to the sandy shores of Pondicherry where you can soak up some sun and laugh over old memories with a mocktail in hand. Create unforgettable memories as you go scuba diving to the depths of India’s east coast. And follow it up with a pampering Ayurveda treatment. Learn to make colourful jimikkis, traditional bell-shaped earrings and take back home a handmade souvenir to remind you of those fond Pondy memories.  


Round up all the adrenaline-hungry girls of your squad and soak up some adventure (literally) in Rishikesh. Feel the rush of excitement as you and your friends gush through the Ganges with some river rafting. Don’t let your friends chicken out of the country’s highest bungee jump, tallest giant swing and Asia’s longest flying fox – the triple thrill! As the sun pulls away, snuggle up around a bonfire and share hearty conversations as you camp close to the river bank.


Monsoon Palace, Udaipur, Rajasthan

Have a fairytale experience with your childhood friends in Udaipur, the land of exquisite palaces which have ancient sagas of kings and queens buried behind the walls. Chase after friends as you cycle through green corridors and watch the sun rays of a brand new day shine over the lake. Take on unique culinary workshops and discover the secrets that go behind authentic Rajasthani flavours. Go on a shopping spree through the colourful streets and gullies of Udaipur; pick up handmade traditional wear, accessories, jewellery and beautiful little pots as souvenirs.


A cup of tea, some good company and the tranquil hills of Munnar – these are a few of our favourite things! Catch up with your old friends as you walk through tea plantations and discover the leafy wonders that go into each cup. Set out on a wildlife safari and spot a family of elephants parading through the forests. Your partners in crime will nudge you along as you trek through spice valleys and high grasslands, and let your camera feast on a view of Kolukkumalai which shelters some of the world’s highest tea plantations.

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