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India Photo Tour – 16 Days

Next Photo Tour of India dates: October 28th – November 11th, 2019

This photo tour of India takes the photographer from bustling Delhi, straight to the heart of North India. Locations including the Delhi, Taj Mahal, Pushkar, Jaipur, Udaipur, and Jodhpur.

Rajasthan, land of Rajputs and Maharajas, an epic photo adventure to fairytale palaces, magnificent forts, and of course the dizzying Pushkar Camel Fair.

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Do you love to travel and also want to learn to take better photos? Maybe you've taken a photography class or two, but want something different, something more about the experience, in a cool location.

How about putting it all together in this customized photo tour of India, with a photography leader as your tour host and photography coach?

Photo Tour of India: Taj Mahal to Pushkar over 16-days

  • Where: India
  • When: October 28th – November 11th, 2019
  • Length: 16 Days
  • Who: 12 photography enthusiasts. Spouses and non-photography types are more than welcome to join us in India as well (the price is the same for them).
  • What: A 16-day (15 nights) photo tour catering to photographing in the best light of the day, in the field practice in a fun small group setting, and a flexible schedule to allow us to decide how long we stay at each location!
  • Why: Get tips for taking better photos, immerse in some local culture, and have a whole lot of fun in India!
  • Tour extension: Optional 5 Day Tour Extension to Varanasi
  • Jump to: Tour itinerary, FAQ's

Indian woman in a field of marigolds displaying her scarf

Nicky Moloney

A truly memorable trip

Thank you for a truly memorable trip. It had been my dream to visit Morocco for such a long time and being one of my 60th Birthday experiences I shall treasure it all.

How much is this photo tour?

This tour is designed to offer you both adventure and comfort.

We stay in comfortable and clean rooms in properties with local character, history, and style when possible.

All your meals are included (except when you have free time) and we also take care of little incidentals like water daily, entrance fees for all attractions, and snacks on the transport for a smooth easy experience.

Group Size Price
10-12 People
Nice group size with a maximum of 12 people
$5695 USD
Small Group Supplement
With less than 10 people (8 – 9), a small group fee will apply
+$600 USD

Maximum group size: 12

Remaining Spots: 8

NOTE: We have lowered the maximum number of participants on this tour to 12. This is less than many other India photo tours which include 15 or more people – please look at that when researching and comparing tours!

This fewer number of guests allows for a smaller, more intimate group in order to give you the best experience. This means you will have more time with the tour leader, and it's a really nice group size for wandering through the attractions in India.

Single Supplement Price:

  • Prices quoted are for double occupancy. NOTE: You will be paired with someone of the same gender if you do not have a travel partner and request a roommate – if one is not available you will be charged the single supplement.
  • Price for single room is an additional $1595 USD

Garth Helland India Photo Tour

We saw and did so much more than if i was there on my own.

The tour exceeded my expectations.

We saw and did so much more than if i was there on my own. I feel that I got a better value as a photographer going on this tour than if I was on a regular non-photography tour.

I would recommend this tour because you get a lot of value for your money and time.

Indian man with turban in Pushkar

The Best Light

This adventure is designed to guide you to the most stunning locations, chase light, and interact with locals in their natural environment.

Few regions on earth offer such cultural and diverse opportunities for documentary and travel photography.

Come join us as this is a once-in-a-lifetime journey.

We’ll embark on a quest not only to capture the essence of this magnificent place and people but to forge new like-minded friends and memories that will last a lifetime.

The Best Locations

This is NOT the kind of tour that goes to your typical tourist locations.

Where others might go in, we go around. Where others have their map, we wander and get lost on purpose. Imagine a bicycle rickshaw ride through the streets of Old Delhi. Yup we do that!

This is a custom designed travel tour, by a photographer, for photography enthusiasts.

Be prepared to visit one of the world's largest camel fairs in Pushkar. Apart from the buying and selling of livestock, it has become an important tourist attraction and is a highlight of the trip for many of our guests.

Less Rushed

We get to fully explore each location, which allows you to discover all the hidden gems and meet people on a deeper level.

It will be a full two weeks of activities, but you won't feel rushed or pressured.

If you want to opt out of an activity to hang out at the hotel, get a massage, or go shopping on your own, you will be able to do just that.

Indian woman and her goat on the side of the road

Men sitting with camels around and camels in the distance at the pushkar camel fair

Our adventure will commence in hectic Delhi, a captivating city dotted with dusty bazaars, Mughal-era architecture, massive fortifications, incredible temples, and vibrant people. It’s a city where magic and mystery can be found at the turn of every corner.

From Delhi, we’ll continue on to explore India’s crown jewel, Rajasthan, which is truly the Land of the Kings. Pride and tradition are the best ways to describe the Rajasthani. A place full of heritage, built by this medieval society where each palace and fort seem like they are straight out of a Bollywood movie set.

We’ll hit all of the most important places – the Taj Mahal, Jaipur, Pushkar, Udaipur, Jodhpur and more. Rajasthan is a festival of colors and tradition almost impossible to ignore; incredible warm people dressed in red turbans, the contrasting green and yellow saris and the lure of one of the most picturesque festivities completes an amazing journey into the past.

Ann Nickerson India Photo Tour

I felt well looked after the whole trip

I felt well looked after the whole trip, that our safety and comfort were important to the tour leaders and the local tour providers. I felt well informed about what to expect both before and during the tour and any concerns were addressed. that allowed me to relax and enjoy the experiences

Pushkar Camel Fair is a Highlight!

Every first full moon in November, the holy city of Pushkar, India transforms itself. Thousands of people travel to the banks of Pushkar Lake where the camel fair takes place.

This is Asia’s largest camel and livestock fair. Men buy and sell their camels, horses, sheep, and goats, while the colorful stalls full of bracelets, clothes, textiles, and fabrics attract the women. Camel races, music, and competitions of all sorts are just a few of the abundance of activities worth mentioning.

This is a tentative schedule, may not be exactly as shown here:

Day 1 October 28th – Delhi (D)
Namaste – Welcome to India.

You'll be greeted at the airport and then transferred to our hotel where you'll meet the other guests and your tour leader(s) and have your first Indian dinner together.

The India Gate, a popular tourist attraction in New Delhi.

Day 2 – Delhi (B/L/D)
We'll start the day photographing the Jama Masjid, the largest mosque in India at first light.

After breakfast, we'll take a walking tour around the Khari Baoli, the famous spice market, and enjoy a bicycle rickshaw ride through the lanes of Chandni Chowk, the shopping center of Old Delhi.

This afternoon we'll see the India Gate and drive past the Parliament House.

Later visit Bangla Sahib Gurudwara (Sikh Temple) and see the community kitchen and volunteers where they serve thousands of free meals every day to those in need, or anyone who wishes to eat. You can even pitch in and help by making some chapatis if you want!

street vendor sells flowers in DelhiDelhi India

Day 3 – Delhi > Agra (B/L/D)
Today we drive to Agra, home of the world-famous Taj Mahal. Agra is one of India's prime tourist destinations for precisely this reason, though its attractions also extend to an array of other impressive historical sights the Taj remains as one of the most remarkable architectural wonders of the world. With that in mind, we'll photograph the Taj Mahal from different vantage points and under different lighting conditions.

Upon arrival, we'll check in and have lunch in our hotel. Later we will visit Itmad ud Daulah. This tomb was built in 1622; it is beautifully conceived in white marble, mosaic, and lattice

Our next stop will be Mehtab Bagh which is on the back side of the Taj Mahal separated by Yamuna River.

This will be our first encounter with the Taj, and we'll have the opportunity to photograph it at sunset light.

the taj mahal in Agra India through a gate

Day 4 – Agra > Jaipur (B/L/D)
Today, get ready for the Taj Mahal.

We'll have an early start and reach the venue before sunrise. Few words can describe the magnificence of this monument. Marvel and take wonderful photos as the morning light and colors transform this stunning monument in the beautiful rising sun's glow.

We'll return to the hotel for breakfast after thoroughly exploring the grounds and monument.

We'll then start our drive to Jaipur and will stop at Chand Baori Stepwell enroute. This is one of the largest stepwells in the world and also one of the most beautiful.

Agra India - the Taj Mahal is reflected in a pool

Day 5 – Jaipur (B/L/D)
After breakfast, we will visit the Hawa Mahal (Wind Palace) for some photography. Then we'll spend time in the oldest and busiest of markets in the walled pink city at Johori Bazaar, a real feast for the senses.

Aromatic spices fill the air, while oxcarts, rickshaws, cows, bejeweled women and men with shocking pink turbans jostle through the labyrinthine streets. Just imagine street photography at its best.

After lunch, we will visit the Elephant Village. Surrounded by the wilderness, the community is just a few hamlets housing the local villagers. There we will be introduced to elephants, the way of life of its caretakers, and have the opportunity to photograph them.

car trails in front of a beautifully lit building

Day 6 – Jaipur (B/L/D)
This morning we will begin with an exhilarating photo tour to Amber Fort. Perched on a hillside, this is a beautiful and exceptionally well-preserved structure. We will descend the fort by jeep and walk around the lanes at the foothill, passing by shops and homes to complete a beautiful morning of photography.

Later in the afternoon, we will proceed to the lake where you can photograph Jal Mahal (Water Palace). The lake is a thirst quenching place for animals including the (water) buffalos. If you are lucky, you can capture them with your camera while they are bathing.

Lake Palace Hotel formerly known as Jag Niwas at night in Lake Pichola at night in Udaipur

Day 7 – Pushkar (B/L/D)
Today we'll drive to Pushkar. We'll check in and have lunch in our hotel with some time for rest in the afternoon or enjoy a swim in the resort pool.

Later at sunset, we will visit a marigold farm nearby. There we will have an arranged photo shoot with some local dancers in typical dresses over the mesmerizing and colorful backdrop. Just for us!

Dinner at the hotel. Pushkar Resorts offers a variety of cuisines ranging from traditional Rajasthani to European and continental. The focus is on the use of fresh homegrown ingredients.

Produce like lettuce, mangoes, cherry tomatoes are grown in-house and used for the daily preparations.

two indian men and camels at the Pushkar camel fair

Day 8 – Pushkar (B/L/D)
Up before dawn to photograph the herders with their camels at the Pushkar Camel Fair. Then we'll be back at the hotel in time for breakfast.

Later on, we'll photograph the fairgrounds. Witness the group dance – various tribes show their local performance through dance. See the art and craft market with displays of local produce.

After our mid-day break, we'll head back to Pushkar Lake, where we will partake in a pooja ceremony (you can get blessed by an Indian holy man) on the holy ghats. We'll also witness and shoot the Aarti ceremony and the opening festivities of the legendary camel fair.

Indian women lighting candles on the edge of a river at night

Day 9 – Puskar > Udaipur (B/L/D)
Today we'll drive to Udaipur, better known as the “Venice of the East,” but before that, we'll have a second chance to photograph the camel herders as they start their daily chores. You might even get invited to have coffee with them.

We'll also have the opportunity to take an optional hot air balloon ride over Pushkar (for an extra fee)

We'll drive to Udaipur after breakfast.

We'll arrive in the afternoon, and will have the opportunity to capture blue hour from a rooftop overlooking Lake Pichola before dinner.

Day 10 – Udaipur (B/D)
We will start our day with a walk through the street and the ghats. Visit the Sahelion ki Bari (the Garden for the Maids of Honour), an ornamental pleasure garden with fountains and marble kiosks.

You'll have some free time to wander the narrow streets near our hotel and have lunch on your own today. There's a great restaurant overlooking the lake right across the street, or you can find something more to your liking.

In the afternoon we will take a boat ride on Lake Pichola, which is fringed with hills, palaces, ghats, embankments, temples and offers spectacular views of the city.

a group of Indian women in traditional dress pose for the camera in a doorway

Day 11 – Udaipur > Jodhpur (B/L/D)
Today we'll drive to Jodphur, home of the fantastic Megharant Fort and other magnificent jewels of Rajasthan.

Upon arrival at the hotel, we'll have some time to rest and later on, we'll have a sunset photo shoot from a rooftop with incredible vistas of the city and fort.

colorful building lit at night in Jodhpur India

Day 12 – Jodhpur (B/L/D)
Prepare for an action-packed day, as we start our morning with a hike around the Rao Jodha Desert Park where we'll shoot the Jaswant Thada.

We'll return to the hotel for breakfast and then continue to visit the Meherangarh Fort. Situated on a low sandstone hill it is one of the most impressive forts in Rajasthan.

We'll descend to the town by the back alleys and see the locals going by their daily activities. We'll also have the opportunity to photograph the blue city.

You'll have time on your own to get lunch and explore. In the afternoon we'll explore the area around the clock tower and visit the Sadar Market where you will meet traders of spices and pickles.

fire ceremony varanasi india

Day 13 – Jodhpur (B/D)
We will take it easy today. After breakfast, we'll visit and photograph the Jodhpur Railway station to see how the majority of Indians travel in non-metro cities.

For Indians, in general, the railway is a lifeline. Here we'll have the opportunity to photograph this activity. The station is now being used every day by around 156,000 passengers.

You might opt to get your hand painted with henna (for the ladies) while in Jodhpur, and the afternoon is at your leisure.

Mehrangarh fort lit at night in Jodhpur India

Day 14 – Jodhpur > Dechu (B/L/D)
We'll head to the desert today, but before that, we'll see an opium ceremony.

It may seem an odd way to greet visitors, but the Bishnoi villagers of western Rajasthan are just being polite when they offer you a swig of opium. Which of course makes it rude to refuse not least because the ceremony performed by this isolated community is something to behold in itself.

Then we'll drive to Dechu and check in at the Samsara Desert Resort and Camp.

Samsara is an alluring oasis amidst the endless dunes of the Thar desert. Tonight we'll sleep in luxury tents, and we'll have the opportunity to learn and practice some astrophotography.

Star trails over a tent in the desert of India

Day 15 Dechu > Jodhpur (B/L/D)
Today, we'll wake up in the desert. We will take a jeep ride to a nearby village, photograph the locals, see some pottery making, and the rural lifestyle around Dechu. We may meet farmers, goat herders, or see men picking peanuts.

After lunch, we'll drive back to Jodhpur where we'll have our last and farewell dinner.


portrait of a man on the street in India smoking a cigarette

Day 16 Jodhpur > Delhi / Home (B)
Today we make our way back to Delhi by flight. You'll be transferred to the airport for your flight home.

You can certainly choose to stay for a time in India on your own if you've made other arrangements.

As most international flights are after midnight, there are no accommodations booked for this day. So if you're staying on in India, you'll have to make sure you've got a place to stay ahead of time.

Last day of India photo tour: November 11, 2019

a photographer on tour shoots a street scene in India

Peter Simon India Photo Tour

The tour was non-stop and full of photographic opportunities that one would not normally have.

I like my time to be filled with planned events or visits and this tour had minimal down time. Even though some of our bus trips were long, the bus that we had made it easy to handle.

The tour was non-stop and full of photographic opportunities that one would not normally have.

The people of India were amazing but when I look at my photos, I realize the highlight of my trip was the Pushkar camel fair.

Your Photo Tour Leader

Photo tour leader Daniel Korzeniewski shown wearing a blue Moroccan Berber headscarf.Daniel Korzeniewski

One of your tour leaders for this India photo tour is Daniel Korzeniewski. Daniel is a Miami-based travel photographer whose work has appeared in several publications. He contributes to various stock photography outlets and often leads photo travel tours.

Daniel contributes articles about travel photography here on Digital Photo Mentor and is the photo leader for this photo tour of India, our Morocco photo tour, and also Peru and Myanmar.

Cost of Photo Tour of India

The pricing will be a little different than for our past tours. Based on feedback from other tours we have decided to reduce the maximum number of participants to 12! This means you will have more time with the tour leaders, and a really nice group size for wandering through the narrow streets of India.

The minimum number of people required to run the tour is eight.

Group Size Price
10-12  People
Nice group size with a maximum of 12 people
$5695 USD
Small Group Supplement
With less than 10 people (8 – 9), a small group fee will apply
+$600 USD

Maximum group size: 12

Remaining Spots: 8

Single Supplement Price:

  • Prices quoted are for double occupancy. NOTE: You will be paired with someone of the same gender if you do not have a travel partner and request a roommate – if one is not available you will be charged the single supplement.
  • Price for single room is an additional $1595 USD
$750 to hold your spot, with the balance due 90 days prior to the trip. The full cancellation policy is on the next page, prior to making your payment.
NOTE: There must be a minimum of 8 people registered for the tour. Do not book your flights until we inform you that we've reached the minimum number of people.

The price of the tour includes:

  • Airport pickup and return (airport transfers) on the start and end dates as indicated. If you arrive early or stay later you will be responsible for your own airport transportation. We can arrange it for you if you wish at an extra cost.
  • 15 nights accommodations.
  • Meals – 15 breakfasts, 11 lunches, and 15 dinners (includes non-alcoholic beverages and tips).
  • Air-conditioned transportation – included driver, fuel, and insurance.
  • Professional English speaking guide, licensed for tourism.
  • Activities including a rickshaw ride in Delhi, tuk-tuk rides, camel rides, Jeep safari, board ride, and elephant ride (subject to availability).
  • Entrance fees to any historical sites, museums and paid locations.
  • Photography tips on the bus and image reviews in a one-on-one setting (as time permits).
  • Photography tutoring and help as needed, you just have to ask.
  • Portage tips for bags.
  • Bottled water daily.

The price DOES NOT include:

  • Your international flight or other travel to India.
  • Tips for your guide, driver, and tour leader.
  • Lunch on your free days.
  • Alcoholic beverages.
  • Personal spending.
  • Optional activities like spa treatments.

Flights to India: We travel to India through Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi, so book your flights to Delhi. We have arranged transportation to your lodging in Delhi for you when you arrive. We just need your flight arrival information to get you picked up at the airport.

Flights home from India: The tour ends and we depart from Delhi so make your travel arrangements accordingly. Airport transfer is included if you fly out on the last day of the tour. The last day of this India photo tour is November 11, 2019.

Lucia Brazil

I felt connected. And that difference, shows in my pictures.

I never had a tour guide so good as yours for this tour of Morocco. He made a Huge difference between an average trip and a WOW one.

His love of Morocco showed in every way and made us look at the country and his people with different eyes.The way he taught us, how to behave, how to talk to the people, made a huge difference from my other trips.


What is the physical fitness level needed for this tour?

There are many stairs and hills and some of our accommodations do not have elevators. If you are in good health and fitness level you will be fine. But this tour is NOT recommended for people with mobility issues (bad knees for example).

What if I don't have a roommate but don't want to pay the extra for a single?

If you request to share a room and we cannot match you with a roommate you will be required to pay the single supplement fee. We do our best to pair everyone up but due to gender mismatches, we may not always have equal numbers of males or females. You can certainly ask a friend to join you and come along to share.

What skill level do I have to be in photography?

We encourage all skill levels to join us on this tour. It is not about what you know it's about doing photography together, enjoying the adventure, and learning a few things along the way. Whatever your level you can get some tips from the tour leader. You don't even have to be a photographer, but can come along and appreciate the relaxed pace of this tour.

What about the food in India?

A lot of people love Indian food and we try to eat at local places to try new things and enjoy it as part of the culture. But we also a understand that this type of food is not for everybody.

If you do not like trying new things, you dislike curry and Indian food in general, or you cannot eat food with a lot of spices (not just hot/spicy but spices in general like pepper, cumin, coriander, etc.) – there may not be a lot of choices available for you in India.

We eat in local restaurants and sometimes in our hotel, and while they always try to accommodate a western palette, there are usually only very few options. For example, you may end up eating a lot of pasta, plain rice, and plain naan bread at every meal.

So if you are not willing or able to adapt to trying new things – we would suggest either you either accept this fact and bring along your own food supplements (such as meal protein shakes or power bars) to handle your nutritional needs, or this may not be the tour for you.

What if I want to buy some things like a carpet, textiles, silver, etc.?

This is first and foremost a photography tour and time for shopping has not been planned into our schedule.

If you wish to do those things in your free time that is up to you to organize and handle, our local guide can help you out as well with some tips. We will NOT be stopping as a group at tourist places where you can buy such things.

If you wish to do a lot of shopping, you may wish to extend your time in India after the tour concludes so you aren't rushed.

5-Day Varanasi Pre-Tour Extension

Get a jump on seeing more of India before the main tour even starts! We hate to have you wanting more so we have devised this 5-day pre-tour extension, perfect for the more adventurous photographer.

In this pre-tour add-on extension, you'll spend 3.5 days exploring Varanasi and the local attractions a few days before the main photo tour of India starts.

Dates: October 23 – 28, 2019

Day 1 – Arrive in Delhi (no meals inc.)

You'll arrive in Delhi and be transported to the hotel where we'll have our meet and greet and get to know one another. You can have dinner any time on your own in the hotel.

DAY 2 – Fly to Varanasi (B/L)

We'll depart Delhi for our flight to Varanasi and be transferred to our hotel where we'll have lunch.

In the afternoon, we will walk down the ghats and arrange to photograph some kids jumping into the Ganges river and flying kites.

In the late afternoon, we'll see the famous Aarti ceremony (lighting of many candles and religious ceremonies) on the main ghat. We will go by boat, but we'll also do some photography from the ghat, closer to the action.

Dinner is at the hotel.

DAY 3 – Varanasi (B/L)

Get up early today for a pre-dawn photo shoot of some Sadhus and Aghori holy men on boats. Sadhus are the painted face holy men of India you may have seen images of before.

We will have 1-2 Sadhus per boat so everyone will get a chance to photograph them. Your tour leader will have some lighting equipment that you can try out as well (everyone can have a go) so you can learn a bit about using flash.

We'll photograph the Sadhus by one of the Ghats (seating on the steps or a platform looking at the Ganges) and make a stop across the river on a sandbar as well. This will be a spectacular morning and a likely highlight of the tour for many.

Back to the hotel for breakfast before an arranged photo shoot (just for our group) with Krusti Wrestlers at a private gym.

Free time for lunch and rest before an afternoon walk around Varanasi's narrow lanes and markets for some street photography, unlike anything you've ever seen. Cows, sadhus, monks, ladies in colorful saris, water buffalo, and monkeys are all things you may see within just a block or two!

DAY 4 – Varanasi (B/L)

Today we will be going by boat to a fishing village in the early morning. Photograph the fisherman throwing nets at the river, then we'll walk through the village where you'll see faces of the many children that will be so overjoyed to see you. In fact, many will want their photo taken, or to get a selfie with you! It's really quite an experience.

From there we continue to a coal mine by car where we will have a chance to make portraits and photograph the miners. We'll then head back to the boat to get back to the hotel.

We'll have lunch and rest up before a walk in the streets of the old town again. If time permits, you might want to get some of your images reviewed by the tour leader or get some processing tips during the free time.

Day 5 – Varanasi (B)

Last morning before departing Varanasi, we'll have one last ride boat early morning to photograph activities and rituals of the ghats from the boats.

Please note: Varanasi is famous as a holy place for cremations and where they send the ashes of the deceased into the river. It is considered in very poor taste to photograph this. So we will observe it from the boats, but we ask our guests to please be respectful and refrain from taking photos. 

Back to the hotel for breakfast before we make our way back to Delhi to rest up before our main photo tour of India starts.

Indian boys playing with kitesIndian Sadhu portrait on a boat in VaranasiIndian man poses with human skulls in Varanasi IndiaHow to do Better Travel Photography by Capturing Environmental Portraitsboys jumping into the river in Varanasi

Group size: 4-6 people (need a minimum of 4 to run this extension)
Dates: October 23 – 28, 2019

Prices for 5-day Varanasi extension:

  • 4-5 people: $2095 / person (Double occupancy)
  • 6 people: $1695 / person (Double occupancy)
  • Single supplement price: TBD.


  • All transport from Delhi to Varanasi and return.
  • Lodging for all nights as double occupancy.
  • Airport shuttles in Delhi and Varanasi.
  • Meals as follows: 4 breakfasts, 3 lunches.
  • A chance to hang out and shoot with the tour leader and explore together in a small group workshop setting.
  • All organized photo shoots, models and transporation in Varanasi.

Join us on this photo tour of India. Explore the country, meet fellow photographers from around the world and make new friends.


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The tour guide that we had was also excellent.

The tour visited interesting places and was well paced. The numerous social occasions to eat together and enjoy the local culture was an excellent way for group members to bond and to also appreciate the Cuban people.

Darlene is an excellent photo instructor who is very knowledgeable and has a talent for helping students at all levels to learn.

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Join us on this photo tour of India. Explore the country, meet fellow photographers from around the world and make new friends.