In some destinations, the journey itself can be considered as a destination. This is how our incentive trip to India, the second most populous country in the world, more than 6,000 kilometres away, could be conceived. We organized this trip in 2019 for more than 80 participants.
Participants visited the so-called rich north – the capital New Delhi and also the unmistakable symbol of India, the monument of the deceased wife of Mogul Shah Jahan, the Taj Mahal. They tasted local “street food” cuisine and also experienced a local transportation service.
Then everyone moved on to the more touristic south, to one of India’s most developed and prosperous states – Goa. In addition to local programs and markets bursting with color, participants also experienced swimming in the Arabian Sea, adrenaline rush on jet skis, visited a cashew farm, a herb garden, and took a historical tour with a local guide. Some participants also tried preparing typical Indian cuisine under the supervision of a local chef.
It was great to see that the “dreaded” India has become a place of unforgettable experiences.