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Get tips on where to stay (across budget ranges starting from INR 1,500 per room night onwards), what to see, where to eat, where to shop and what to buy in Pondicherry and non-touristy beaches to enjoy some quiet time.
Destination(s): Pondicherry/Puducherry, India
Trip Duration: 3 Days & 2 Nights (Excludes Travel Time To & From Destination)
Suitable For: Solo/Group Travellers, Families with Kids/Infants, Couples, Budget Travellers
What Do You Get? Daily Sightseeing Plan, Recommended Hotel (Luxury, Mid-Range & Home-Stay Options, Best Local Restaurants, Local Shopping Tips
French street names, quaint colonial homes, bright colored windows, French churches, cobbled pathways, graffiti splashed on walls, old-world cycle rickshaws meandering in a white washed town. Welcome to Puducherry or Pondy as it is colloquially called: A quaint French-inspired Union territory with gorgeous views of the Bay of Bengal, tucked away in Southern India, yet having a distinct charm of its own.
Perfect as a quiet, peaceful weekend getaway with its serene beaches and dainty cafes, Pondicherry is just a 3 hour drive from Chennai. It is a perfect blend of old and new, of the Tamil and French cultures.
This itinerary includes all the experiences you MUST have, ample of places to eat (cafes + retros + bakeries), places to shop products locally made as well as places to stay (luxury, mid as well as classic home-stays)
P.S: This one has a LOT of pictures! (self clicked of course).
A girl who loves long road trips, finds magic in starry skies and cloud patterns, feels free in the mountains, is a self confessed door lover and is obsessed with rustic windows, arty ceilings and textured walls. A travel blogger who loves traveling to off beat places to discover cultures, meet people, find stories and in the process, her own self.
Have travelled extensively in India. Panned the length of country via road trips across the states. Extensive travel has led to networking and building a bond with locals. So have good recommendations of stay and travel in most places.
I have been blogging since a decade and writing since the age of 9. I was the first Indian travel blogger to be featured and interviewed by wordpress.com. Have been featured as a top travel blogger by various portals including Thrillophila, Story pick, Holidify. Photos have been published in Jetwings, Nat Geo, Lonely Planet Magazine India. Freelanced for various travel brands: built custom made itineraries, written content for travel portals, been a social media consultant for Travel brands. Conducted various travel talks and workshops in Mumbai. Collaborated with tourism boards such as Goa tourism, Sharjah tourism, Kerala tourism, Hong Kong Tourism.
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