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suggestions on giong from north india to spend 1 week in south india?

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I will be in North India volunteering for 1 month, and will be seeing jaipur, agra, delhi, dharmasala, and palampur during that month. Is it worth travelling down to the South for 1 week after that? I was thinking to Mumbai and Goa, or should I just spend that 1 week up North? I love seeing historic sites and beautiful landscapes ... should I save south india for another trip?
10 years ago, January 18th 2011 No: 1 Msg: #126820  
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I will be in North India volunteering for 1 month, and will be seeing jaipur, agra, delhi, dharmasala, and palampur during that month. Is it worth travelling down to the South for 1 week after that? I was thinking to Mumbai and Goa, or should I just spend that 1 week up North? I love seeing historic sites and beautiful landscapes ... should I save south india for another trip? and just explore the north for now ? Does anyone have any other suggestions of places to check out in Northern India? Thank you! Reply to this

10 years ago, January 18th 2011 No: 2 Msg: #126832  
Hi,

i would stay up North and if you have mentioned 'save south for another trip' already it seems you wish to go back already and will give you more an excuse to go back again 😊

As for other places.. Varanasi (very historis), Jaisalmer (my fav spot and beautiful city) and if time maybe go and do some yoga in Rishikesh (beautiful landscape and also can see views of the Indian Himalayas if you go for a day trip..

We have done blogs on each of those places wich I will add below plus they have plenty of pictures, well wont add Varnasi as I am sure you know what to expect 😊

Relaxed to Nightmare
Finishing up in India Reply to this

10 years ago, January 19th 2011 No: 3 Msg: #126843  
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thank you ! this is extremely helpful ... haha, and yes youre right.... I seem to have already started planning for a next trip ! ... so Ill likely hold off, and enjoy everything the north has to offer this time round .. Reply to this

10 years ago, January 21st 2011 No: 4 Msg: #126964  
Dear Lyss

Both North India and South India are equally good. Only in North India you would find more historic places like the famous Taj Mahal. In North India, you would lot of hill stations and pilgrimage destinations as well. Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Delhi, would provide array of tourist attractions to explore. <snip>
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9 years ago, May 4th 2011 No: 5 Msg: #135445  

Hey if you are going to south India then must see Muttukadu and Udhagamandalam.
And also try the adventures like Aqua Sports,Hang-Gliding. Reply to this

9 years ago, May 20th 2011 No: 6 Msg: #136705  
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I would recommend you to stay in north India. And you should visit more beautiful places like Simla, Lucknow, Amritsar and other places. I hope you enjoy the trip. Reply to this

9 years ago, July 6th 2011 No: 7 Msg: #139733  
Wat is ur xact travel time? ping mr.. i'm a travel mngmt student... at Indian Institute of Travel and Tourism management. Reply to this

9 years ago, August 2nd 2011 No: 8 Msg: #141397  
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Both North and south India are very beautiful places.Its upto you what type of beauty you want to enjoy. North India is famous for its historical Heritage and Mountainous sceneries while in south India you can enjoy the beautiful Beaches.

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9 years ago, August 2nd 2011 No: 9 Msg: #141403  
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Of course ! South India is a also a better option to travel .Here ,there are also a number places to visit in south india. There are also most luxuries hotels and resorts to stay and enjoy safely. Hotels in Trivandrum are more famous. Here hotel are facilitated with Conference Hall, Multi Cuisine Food , Dining Experience .
For more details visit : <snip>



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9 years ago, September 19th 2011 No: 10 Msg: #143511  
Yes you are right the both north India and south India are beautiful places to visit. If you plan to visit south India you can visit Goa, Mumbai, Chennai, Kanya kumari, and the historical places like Mysore, Hyderabad. Reply to this

9 years ago, September 28th 2011 No: 11 Msg: #144073  
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The places you mentioned are worth visiting but how could you forget Jammu and Kashmir, Kashmir being the heaven on earth. OK, taking into consideration that the heaven is under threat from the terrorists, you could visit any nearby place which is equally mesmerising in its beauty and serene environment, just like Kashmir used to be a few decades back. <snip>
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7 years ago, November 7th 2013 No: 12 Msg: #176895  
During Travel for volunteering you can spend more time in Mumbai that is tourist as well business hub also. Last Time when I got cheap flights Mumbai from Melbourne by Indian Travel Agent Mann Travel Australia, I visit Delhi as well as Uttrakhand, Haridwar.
Enjoy your trip.... Reply to this

7 years ago, November 8th 2013 No: 13 Msg: #176916  
I highly recommend that It will be better if you visit in north India because there is top tourist destination than South India. But all depend on you that how to manage to see your priority and deadline. <snip>
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7 years ago, November 21st 2013 No: 14 Msg: #177279  
south India and north India both have many historical and beautiful places to visit, that is purely up to you and if you want to visit south India i recommended visit Goa beach and kanya kumari and Tirupathi(which is world famous god) in AndhraPradesh. Reply to this

7 years ago, December 21st 2013 No: 15 Msg: #178113  
I suggest you to visit god which is a amazing and beautiful place for 1 week hangout. Try this and share your experience with us. Reply to this

7 years ago, December 24th 2013 No: 16 Msg: #178209  
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Our very first visit to Goa was for one week only. It was back in the old ‘Teletext Holidays’ days and we got an amazing last minute deal one Xmas eve for a week flying out New Years Day. Of course then you were able to get your Visa from the Indian Embassy. We drove up on Boxing Day (a normal working day at the Embassy), parked trotting distance away from the Embassy as London was deserted and the parking meters were free as Public Holiday, Embassy almost deserted too and we were back in the car within the hour ....... wish we could have that sort of luck with the Lottery!!

Good luck finding a good deal and happy holidays Reply to this

7 years ago, December 27th 2013 No: 17 Msg: #178263  
I think north and south are equally beautiful to visit where ever you want to go. But i suggest you to visit all two spot. I tell us your experience to us. Reply to this

6 years ago, February 27th 2014 No: 18 Msg: #179575  
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Its a worth visit to south India too. If you are interested in historic places south India is the best option, in south you will find ancient temples, darghas, mosques, churches etc. Tamil Nadu is a land of historic temples, Karnataka, kerala is best for sight seeing.

Have you a nice Trip.

Thank you. Reply to this

6 years ago, March 27th 2014 No: 19 Msg: #180210  
Its a good idea to visit these places. I have also been through these places. <snip>
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6 years ago, June 4th 2014 No: 20 Msg: #182321  
Toy Train journey from Mettupalayam to Ooty is just awesome.
Carry a binoculars to have a great bird watching experience.
This article might help you to use them eeffectively : http://buxsa.wordpress.com/2014/03/20/birdwatching/ Reply to this

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