Rachel’s two week trip across South India


Mumbai, India

C K Gupta Chawl, Ambedkar Nagar, Kurla West, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400070, India

Mumbai, India

Goa, India

Goa, India

Goa, India

Hampi, India

Hampi, Karnataka, India


Mysore, India

Mysore, Karnataka, India

Mysore, India

Wayanad, India

Wayanad, Kerala, India

Wayanad, India

Kozhikode, India


Kozhikode, India

Kochi, India

Kochi, India

Kochi, India

South India Tour Description

On her first trip to India Rachel wanted to explore both North and South India. On a month long visit to India, Rachel chose to explore a couple of weeks exploring the South.

This route is ideal for people wanting to spend just a couple of weeks in South India. It also makes sense for people who would like to experience a little bit of the North and South; you could start the trip in Delhi and make your way towards Mumbai, before travelling on this route.
The South is not as chaotic as the North yet is still visited by a lot of travelers. An interesting combination of beautiful beaches; wildlife and architecture makes South India a very interesting destination for travelers.

Ideal for

  • Nature
  • Culture
  • Relaxation

Best Time

  • Jan
  • Feb
  • Mar
  • Apr
  • May
  • June
  • July
  • Aug
  • Sept
  • Oct
  • Nov
  • Dec

Approximate Price

Backpacker USD 385 | EUR 340 Per Person

Budget USD 550 | EUR 465 Per Person

Comfort USD 820 | EUR 720 Per Person

Luxury USD 1500 | EUR 1350 Per Person

The above are approximate rates and would depend on the number of travelers. In addition a * 9% Government Service Tax is applicable on your trip billing.


  • Day 1 - 3

    The city of dreams is home to Bollywood and almost twenty million immigrants.
    There's a lot you can do in Mumbai. Take a tour of the largest slum colony in India or go on a Bollywood tour.

    Day 3 - 6

    A favourite amongst Indians and international travellers alike. Goa is famous for its beaches, amazing parties, cheap alcohol and laidback vibe. Goa doesn’t disappoint on the cultural front either. Once a Portuguese colony, Goa is an infusion of Portuguese and Indian culture with some really beautiful temples and churches.

    Yab Yum Resorts
    Day 6 - 8

    Once the impenetrable capital of the Vijaynagara dynasty, Hampi today is popular for something else entirely. A city razed nearly to the ground, the ruins of Hampi are a UNESCO World Heritages site today. Known for its boulders and temples, Hampi is an idyllic, picturesque town to laze in.

    Thilak Home-stay
    Day 9 - 11

    The cultural capital of Karnataka is known for the stunning Mysore palace. Mysore also boasts some very beautiful temples and the spice markets are fun to walk around.

    Mysore B&B
    Day 11 - 13

    Lush green landscape, beautiful tea and coffee estates, wildlife, lakes and waterfall. Wayanad is blessed with everything that nature has to offer.

    Dhanagiri Home-stay
    Day 13 - 14

    Unexplored beaches, an endearing local community and not very touristy hotels make Kozhikode a great town to unwind in.

    Jackfruit Tree
  • Day 14 - 16

    Cochin is the other end of the spectrum in comparison to Kozhikode, a tourist hub with beautiful churches and lovely cafes. Cochin is also home to the oldest church in India, St Francis Church, built by the Europeans.

    Lazar Home-stay