I found India Someday just after googling backpacking in India – and I’m so glad I did!
They helped me plan everything that I wanted to do – without feeling like I was on a strict itinerary. I explained that I was a solo female backpacker on a budget and they put together a great itinerary for me that was well within my budget.
They were very helpful via e-mails, really quick to reply, and super friendly – I felt like I was just getting help from good friends!
I was lucky enough to meet Ojas and Harsh in Delhi and Mumbai – and they were both super friendly and fun – they took me out for meals, showed me great local spots, and just made me feel like I was one of their friends.
I can’t say enough nice things about India Someday – I would highly recommend anyone to book through them – I know I definitely will next time I go to India.
Marta P RamirezSpanje
Hi! We are 5 friends from Spain that having travelling last 3 weeks in India with the help of India
The trip has been amazing! During the trip preparation we have been talking by mail with the people of India Someday almost each week. They are really nice and professional and also sincere (very important). We did an itinerary and they helped us with the booking of hotel (you choose the category), flights and trains inside India. It is not like a typical agency, the journey is especially designed according to your wishes and your budget.
We also met Abbas and Ojas in Jodhpur and had a lovely dinner on a terrace restaurant, they were great company and very keen to understand how our India experience was going so far.
As the trip ended everything was as we expected and we had no problem during the trip. We really recommend their fantastic job!
So if you are thinking to go to India ask India Someday, you will not regret!!!
It’s not easy to sum up in a review what has been one of the best and most intensive experience in my life, which has been possible only thanks to India Someday. A friend of mine told me that India Someday was organizing a 2-weeks trip in Northern India.
I realized that taking part in this tour would have been a great opportunity to explore India for my first time and definitely the trip was far better than my expectations. The tour was a perfect mix of sightseeing and unforgettable activities ( Dharavi slum tour with the NGO, Reality Tours and Travel, Shashi’s cooking classes in Udaipur, the visit at the youth centre of the Daan Foundation in Udaipur and Elephantastic in Jaipur).
During these two weeks Abbas (co-founder of India Someday) Ojas (India Someday marketing expert), Aurélie (French traveller) and me had a great time together as if we were friends since ages, and thanks to Abbas and Ojas we met a lot of locals and travellers.
It is indeed because of these warm, welcoming and kind people that these two weeks have been rather than a simple holiday, an intensive and deep experience in Indian culture. That’s why I recommend India Someday to all kind of travellers: the expert ones that can solve all kinds of problems by themselves, but want to know India through the eyes of locals and to the ones – like me – that need a little assistance in planning their trip to India.
I didn’t want to travel alone for my first time in Asia, and my first trip in India. I found the « India Someday Group Tour » for backpackers which was fitting perfectly my needs. And what memories… I had the chance to travel two weeks in August 2015 all along Rajasthan with Chiara, an Italian traveler who was on holidays like me and we were accompanied by Abbas and Ojas from India Someday. These guys are simply the bests. It was so pleasant to getting to know them, to meet theirs friends and families on our path. This is the kind of travel experience that I was looking for, far from « the touristic way » and mainstream big travel agencies.
I kept so many good memories… The cooking lesson with Shashi in Udaipur, the sunrise in Pushkar after a short hike, the slum tour in Mumbaiand all the dinners and lunchs with all the guys. Special mention to Chandra Niwas, our guesthouse in Udaipur. I felt like at home in his house. Samvit the owner, who has also a foundation is such a passionate guy. It was really interesting to know more about the Educative System in India.
Everything was greatly organized before and during the roadtrip. I had a first contact with Camille by Skype, who is responsible for the French travelers. I asked her a lot of questions and she has been very helpful and comforting. Then before the trip I kept contact with Abbas and Ojas who have been very accommodating, super professional and friendly.
I secretly left my heart in India with all these guys. I would like to thank you again guys for these moments. I will prepare my round 2 with you in India very soon!!