Amazing 2 Week-long trip to South India

Here’s a suggested itinerary for a 2 week-long trip to South India:

Day 1: Arrival in Goa Goa, though technically located in West India, is a great place to start any trip. You can discover the laid-back beaches, dive right into South Indian cuisine, explore quaint fishing villages, and learn about Goa’s Portuguese past.

Day 3: Explore Goa Wake up to the sounds of the waves gently combing the shoreline. Visit nearby Agonda beach, one of the most beautiful beaches in Goa, and start your morning off with a delicious breakfast at a local restaurant.

Day 6: Travel to Kanchipuram Kanchipuram is known for its temples and silk sarees. Spend the day exploring the city’s rich history and culture.

Day 7: Visit Madurai Madurai, known for the Meenakshi Amman Temple, is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world.

Day 8: Periyar National Park Experience the wildlife at Periyar National Park. It’s a notable elephant and tiger reserve and offers opportunities for boat cruises, elephant rides, and more.

Day 9: Relax in Kumarakom Kumarakom is a popular tourism destination located near the city of Kottayam, famous for its backwater tourism.

Day 11: End in Kochi End your trip in Kochi, a city known for its diverse, multicultural history. Visit the Fort Kochi area, the Dutch Palace, the Jewish Synagogue, and the Chinese fishing nets.

Other Important places to consider for a trip to south India are below

Tirupati Balaji Temple Andhra Pradesh worthy place for your trip to south India, The richest temple in India.

Mysore Karnataka

Udupi and Koorg in Karnataka

Vishakhapatnam Andhra Pradesh

Remember, this is just a suggested itinerary for a trip to south India, you can modify it based on your interests and the time you have. Also, the best time to visit India is between November and March when the weather is more manageable. Don’t forget to check the visa requirements for travel from the USA to India. Safe travels! 😊

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