SOUTH INDIA - WHERE TO GO AND WHEN TO COME
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TRAVElLING TO SOUTH INDIA – WHERE TO GO AND WHEN TO COME

South India has always been a popular destination for travellers of all kinds. Blessed with the beaches, architecture and wildlife. Southern India though very different from the North is just as charming and a lot less chaotic. That is a beauty of India – It is huge with a lot of cultural diversity. The North of India is extremely different as compared to the South of India. Different people, different ways of life, different traditions etc.

An escape to South India!

There’s so much one could do in Southern India, you could choose to relax by the beaches in Goa and explore the ruins of Hampi (before heading off to Kerala). Click here to read more on Rachel’s two week trip across South India.

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 South India 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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TRAVElLING TO SOUTH INDIA – WHERE TO GO AND WHEN TO COME

South India has always been a popular destination for travellers of all kinds. Blessed with the beaches, architecture and wildlife. Southern India though very different from the North is just as charming and a lot less chaotic. That is a beauty of India – It is huge with a lot of cultural diversity. The North of India is extremely different as compared to the South of India. Different people, different ways of life, different traditions etc.

An escape to South India!

There’s so much one could do in Southern India, you could choose to relax by the beaches in Goa and explore the ruins of Hampi (before heading off to Kerala). Click here to read more on Rachel’s two week trip across South India.

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 South India 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:

How We Work

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

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

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Testimonials

  • June, 2019

    The driver was an excellent person and very good in driving also. The car was little ok and was not maintained very nicely.
    All the bookings done were perfect and the selection of hotels to stay were very nice.
    Over all very nicely arranged.
    Thanks a lot.

  • March 10, 2018

    November 2017,

    I found India Someday just after googling backpacking in India – and I’m so glad I did!

    They helped me plan everything that I wanted to do – without feeling like I was on a strict itinerary. I explained that I was a solo female backpacker on a budget and they put together a great itinerary for me that was well within my budget.

    They were very helpful via e-mails, really quick to reply, and super friendly – I felt like I was just getting help from good friends!

    I was lucky enough to meet Ojas and Harsh in Delhi and Mumbai – and they were both super friendly and fun – they took me out for meals, showed me great local spots, and just made me feel like I was one of their friends.

    I can’t say enough nice things about India Someday – I would highly recommend anyone to book through them – I know I definitely will next time I go to India.

    Sarah Plummer

    from Australia

    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 to help plan her trip to India. She was travelling to India in the summer month of May and wasn’t sure where she could t.....

    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 her month-long visit, Rachel chose to explore a couple of weeks exp.....

    Tom and Amy’s two week trip to Kerala

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

Travellers always have a hard time deciding what to explore when they plan their Indian trip. Thing is India so huge and diverse which leads it to a c.....

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If you have any questions regarding your upcoming trip, please do not hesitate to get in touch with your travel planner. We would be happy to get them answered.

We also urge you to postpone your trip instead of cancelling the whole adventure altogether. India is an unique experience that would be worth a second chance.

Travelling is on pause, travel dreaming is not!

While you cannot travel just now, nothing can stop you from dreaming about your next trip!

You can explore our website, our blogs. We also plan trips across other fascinating Asian destinations.

Do you have questions about travelling to India or Asia in the future? Feel free to get in touch. We do not charge any upfront fees and are happy to talk 'travel'.

Stay Safe! Stay Positive! And we hope to see you soon.