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TRAVELING TO SOUTH INDIA – WHERE TO GO AND WHEN TO COME

South India has always been a popular destination for travelers of all kinds.  Blessed with the beaches, architecture and wildlife. South of India though very different from the north is just as charming and a lot less chaotic.

There’s so much one could do in South India, you could choose to relax by the beaches in Goa and explore the ruins of Hampi (before heading off to Kerala).

Tamil Nadu and Kerala can also be combined together on your trip to South India.  You could potentially visit the backwaters, the beaches and the hill stations in Kerala. You can then travel east to Tamil Nadu, a region known for it’s stunning architecture and rich culture.

We would love to help you navigate this vast and multifaceted country in an individual, flexible and transparent travel planning process with you in control.  Get in touch with us by filling out the questionnaire to start planning your trip to India

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TRAVELING TO SOUTH INDIA – WHERE TO GO AND WHEN TO COME

South India has always been a popular destination for travelers of all kinds.  Blessed with the beaches, architecture and wildlife. South of India though very different from the north is just as charming and a lot less chaotic.

There’s so much one could do in South India, you could choose to relax by the beaches in Goa and explore the ruins of Hampi (before heading off to Kerala).

Tamil Nadu and Kerala can also be combined together on your trip to South India.  You could potentially visit the backwaters, the beaches and the hill stations in Kerala. You can then travel east to Tamil Nadu, a region known for it’s stunning architecture and rich culture.

We would love to help you navigate this vast and multifaceted country in an individual, flexible and transparent travel planning process with you in control.  Get in touch with us by filling out the questionnaire to start planning your trip to India

Find out more:

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We are a team of passionate travellers who provide planning assistance for those who want to explore India independently. We would love to help you put together the perfect trip to fit your dreams.

Whatever your preferred style of travel, we’ll use our extensive knowledge to make sure you won’t waste a single precious moment trying to navigate the vast expanse of India. Whether you want to sleep in dorm rooms or four poster beds, we can help to get you there.

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Testimonials

  • January 2018,

    Our family of five, three kids under 12, have just returned from an amazing adventure in India with the help of the team from India Someday. We have always wanted to visit India but were concerned about what can be a complex holiday when traveling with three kids. Abbas and his team assured us that this was not only possible but would be an adventure. Taking into account our preferences, budget and duration of stay, Abbas and team came up with an itinerary that took us to Mumbai, Goa, Hampi and Aurangabad.

    We stayed in backpackers, hotels and homestays all blended together to make the most memorable holiday. All our transport arrangements worked and in three weeks we were never late or left stranded on the sidewalk. Rohit from India Someday was in constant contact with us ensuring all was going smoothly and all our transfers happened like clockwork.

    I can’t wait to return to India and will without doubt use the team again as their knowledge ensures your holiday goes well and your money is well spent. They are the best!

  • September 23, 2015

    August, 2018

    I didn’t want to travel alone for my first time in Asia, and my first trip in India. I found the « India Someday Group Tour » for backpackers which was fitting perfectly my needs. And what memories… I had the chance to travel two weeks in August 2015 all along Rajasthan with Chiara, an Italian traveler who was on holidays like me and we were accompanied by Abbas and Ojas from India Someday. These guys are simply the bests. It was so pleasant to getting to know them, to meet theirs friends and families on our path. This is the kind of travel experience that I was looking for, far from « the touristic way » and mainstream big travel agencies.

    I kept so many good memories… The cooking lesson with Shashi in Udaipur, the sunrise in Pushkar after a short hike, the slum tour in Mumbaiand all the dinners and lunchs with all the guys. Special mention to Chandra Niwas, our guesthouse in Udaipur. I felt like at home in his house. Samvit the owner, who has also a foundation is such a passionate guy. It was really interesting to know more about the Educative System in India.

    Everything was greatly organized before and during the roadtrip. I had a first contact with Camille by Skype, who is responsible for the French travelers. I asked her a lot of questions and she has been very helpful and comforting. Then before the trip I kept contact with Abbas and Ojas who have been very accommodating, super professional and friendly.

    I secretly left my heart in India with all these guys. I would like to thank you again guys for these moments. I will prepare my round 2 with you in India very soon!!

    Aurelie Delisle

    from France

    DAPHNE’S TWO WEEK TRIP TO KERALA IN MAY

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  • Mumbai, Mysore, Wayanad, Cochin, Munnar, Thekkady, Kumarakom

Daphne got in touch with us for help with planning her trip to India. Since she was traveling to India in the summer month of May, she wasn’t sure o.....

    Rachel’s two week trip across South India

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  • Mumbai, Goa, Hampi, Mysore, Wayanad, Calicut, Cochin

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 we.....

    Tom and Amy’s two week trip to Kerala

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  • Chennai, Pondicherry, Tanjore, Madurai, Munnar, Kumarakom, Cochin

For Tom and Amy’s first trip to India, they chose to tour Kerala and Tamil Nadu in South India. South India is very rich in culture, history and arc.....