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We women dream of travelling, but safety and budget is always a concern! Here are 5 best travel booking sites in India that women can trust!
We women dream of a solo-trip or fun trips with her girl gang all the time! But safety and budget is an issue we all have to consider! Here are 5 best travel booking sites in India for women to rely on!
We all have a hidden Bunny from Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani and Imraan from Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara inside us. As Yeh zindagi hai do hai pal ki, and you are Musafir Jo safar ka he tha or safar ka raha, then we have got the top 5 travel websites you should know about!
So be prepared for the next time you are in holiday mode. In this digital era, it may be easy to find travel sites, but it’s questionable to just rely on them with faith without research!
Holidays are once-in-a-while opportunities, and no one wants to waste their hard-earned money on some site that is not up to their expectation. Keeping in mind the safety, security, and budget of course, here we have the top 5 travelling websites listed down below.
As the name suggests, they work to make your trip comfortable, safe, and budget-friendly. They have served 5 million customers before with amazing travel experiences and reviews from customers. You can check for testimonials on their site.
MMT provides a wide range of budget-friendly offers to some of the great places around with tickets for flight, transport services, and hotel booking. They even schedule your trip throughout the time frame so that you can have the best experience.
Goibibo is another top-recommended site for users. It does everything from planning your holidays to booking flights, buses, and cars. Also, they have affordable deals and discounts on booking for hotels available on their site.
You have multiple options to choose from according to your budget and your wish. And their customer service has been one of the best in the country!
Red Bus is another site that can help you travel. It’s best for people who are travelling solo and don’t wish to stand in a long check-in flight queue when they want to travel to your nearest hill stations in the scorching summers. It’s also feasible if you don’t want to travel very far distances.
You can easily access it on IOS and Android mobile phones via their app. It’s the world’s largest bus platform, having 36 million happy customers globally. Though it’s not recommended for overseas travel, it’s best for domestic travel via bus.
TripAdvisor is another top-ranked website to plan your one-day outing with friends or an entire overseas tour with family. They help you plan your travel by offering amazing offers and suggesting tourist places within your budget.
Get flight booking, restaurant reservation, hotel booking, transport booking, and whatnot. Want to spend a day out with friends in the Capital city of Delhi or a solo tour of Dubai TripAdvisor is there for you, go check the offers now for coming summer breaks.
Their best part is their offers and vacation packages for domestic and international travel. For the booking related to the hotel, you can browse the property type according to your preference and needs.
If you are the one who finds it hard to decide which place to explore next, you can also look up articles providing inspiration, travel experiences, and suggestions for your next stop.
You can also rent cars and travel vehicles along with flight and hotel bookings. All over it’s a safe, luxurious, and convenient option, but it’s quite expensive with little guidance and with little research, you can still plan a memorable holiday.
Travel is like an opportunity to read a book called “the world”. On each page, you will find new people, customs, religions, cultures, backgrounds, ethnicity, language, and diverse things, you might have never imagined.
You will enjoy some ‘pages’ more than others – but even the parts you don’t enjoy at the time leave an impact in your life, an experience worth cherishing, a lesson must share, and an adventure for a lifetime.
As the saying goes, “The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only one page.” So live, love, travel repeat. Life is too short to worry about what’s left behind and what lies ahead. Till then, stay tuned and keep exploring more of our travel blogs.
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