Visit the Taj Mahal early, book online, bring socks and a camera, and follow the rules for an unforgettable experience, as the tomb inside is boring.

Jodhpur Fort, known as the Blue City, offers a fascinating daytime experience with an audio guide and a beautiful golden glow at night.

Visit the Taj Mahal early, book online, bring socks and a camera, and follow the rules for an unforgettable experience, as the tomb inside is boring.

Mumbai is the hub for Bollywood, with approximately 60 films released annually. Explore studios and audition for extra roles for a memorable trip.

Pushkar, a religious site in India, offers free Hindu blessings, but donations are required. Blackmailers suggest a $150 donation, causing a curse for those who don't.

India offers day trips to Jaipur and Pushkar for camel safaris, where campers can walk with camels in the desert, and Pushkar hosts a large camel festival annually.

Discover Jaipur, India's fort capital, and explore its impressive forts like Amer/Amber Fort and Nahargarh Fort within two days.

Explore Udaipur Lakes, near Pichola, with restaurants, shops, and nightly dining. Enjoy lake boat rides and explore other beautiful lakes. Moped rentals are available for $4 per day.

Ranthambore National Park, India's most famous tiger spot, offers a 2-day tour with great value, but I missed the opportunity to stay closer due to flight delays.

Rohtang Pass, a scenic drive from Manali, offers breathtaking Himalayan scenery, scenic waterfalls, and snow in June and July.