The best way to see India
I am very excited to share my passion for India by taking people to see the places I love. Together with award-winning tour operator Indus Travels, I am presenting two tours this winter in India.
Dream in India (starts Jan. 8, 2011) is for people who want to experience inspirational India and learn travel writing and blogging. Click here to learn more about Dream in India.
Breathe in India (starts Feb 5, 2011) is for people who want to experience the magic of spiritual India and do yoga. Click here to learn more about Breathe in India.
BreatheDreamGo Tours give you the best of both worlds: you get to experience the India most tourists never see, in a small group, led by someone who knows and loves the country, and you will have the comfort and safety of an organized group and quality accommodation options.
“India is one of those places where you’d have to travel with someone whose heart belongs there…. like Mariellen….” Deborah Carr, travel writer and author
Inspiration for the tours
- About five years ago, I set off to India on my own for six months. It was a life-changing journey. Among other changes, I discovered I had a powerful affinity for this fascinating land. Put simply, I fell in love with the transformational possibilities of travel and yoga study in India.
I have been back to India for three lengthy trips since then, each time visiting familiar places such as Delhi and my ashram near Rishikesh, and discovering new places. I designed the BreatheDreamGo Tours to share my love of India and my knowledge of the culture, of special places and inspiring people.
Do you want to take the road less traveled?
Even though the itineraries list tourist attractions, there will always be options to travel “off the beaten” path in order to visit orphanages, schools or projects for under privileged children, women’s cooperatives. Or you can explore spiritual India by visiting temples or going to yoga or meditation classes.
Let me know what your interests are and I will try to accommodate you.