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My Best Travel Photography From Around the World


Gabriel Traveler says:

Glad to hear it Apoorv, thanks a lot.

Gabriel Traveler says:

Hey there, absolutely, always happy to give travel suggestions. Varanasi is
a very intense place but also incredibly interesting, much to see there.
It’s really quintessential India. I agree with Jeetendra on those places
mentioned. I would put Rishikesh at the top of the list for somewhere to
visit where you get a real taste of India but in a mellow, peaceful way.
And there’s a lot to do there. Haridwar is nearby and also interesting but
Rishikesh is better to stay for a while.

Jeetendra Joshi says:

Haridwar and rishikesh gangotri jaipur jodhpur udaypur ( 7 wonder taj mahal
also in agra ) u can kearla also many many place are in India

Gabriel Traveler says:

I could also recommend a bunch of other places but it depends somewhat on
how long you plan to be there and which parts of the country you’re
planning to visit, because there are big distances from one place to the
next. Check out Pushkar and Jaiselmer in the state of Pushkar. In the south
I recommend Gokarna and Hampi. In general, avoid the big cities, they are
the worst parts of India. There are plenty of small, quiet villages that
have plenty of charm and are really the places to be.

Apoorv Bisht says:

Yet another spellbinding video Gabe! Always reminding my of my home..

BeyonceDAMN says:

Hey!So you’ve been to india 5 times…can you just name some cities worth
visiting? I’m going to Varanasi to work in an eduacation center for the
first month. After that i have the time of my life so explore india. please
respond to my comment,because I know you got some good advice 😉 take care,

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