Itinerario e descrizione


Durante il suo primo viaggio in India, Rachel voleva esplorare l’India settentrionale e meridionale. Durante il suo viaggio di un mese in India, ha dedicato due settimane all’India meridionale.

Questo percorso è ideale per le persone che vogliono trascorrere solo un paio di settimane nel sud dell’India. Ha anche senso per le persone che vogliono sperimentare un po ‘del Nord e del Sud; È possibile iniziare il viaggio a Delhi e dirigersi verso Mumbai, prima di percorrere questa rotta.

Il sud non è caotico come il nord, ma è ancora visitato da molti viaggiatori. Un’interessante combinazione di bellissime spiagge, una fauna selvatica e un’architettura unica rendono l’India meridionale una destinazione molto interessante per i viaggiatori.


  • Culture & History
  • Relax
  • Nature


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


  • Jänner
  • Februar
  • März
  • April
  • Mai
  • Juni
  • Juli
  • August
  • September
  • Oktober
  • November
  • Dezember



USD 385


USD 550


USD 820


USD 1500


Giorni 1-2    Mumbai
Stay at Abode Boutique Hotel

Mumbai can certainly be called a mega city with a metropolitan population estimate of 21 Millions. Traditionally not a tourist favorite, the locals will assure you there a certain charm to the city which you will discover if you take time to explore.

Giorni 3-5    Goa
Stay at Yab Yum Resort

Hippie-paradise in the 60s and 70s, famous for rave parties in the 90s and nowadays honeymoon destination for domestic couples – Goa went through a lot in the last decades and has still managed to retain its charm

Giorni 6-8    Hampi
Stay at Thilak Homestay

No, this is not a scene out of the Flintstones even though it definitely looks like with the many red colored boulders covering the landscape and an impressive stone chariot to maze at. Hampi is rather a paradise for backpackers looking to relax at cheap but comfortable accommodations and mattress-lined restaurants.

Giorni 9-11    Mysore
Stay at Mysore Bed And Breakfast, Mysore

Mysore (or Mysuru), a city in India's southwestern Karnataka state, was the capital of the Kingdom of Mysore from 1399 to 1947 and is therefore known for its glittering royal heritage and magnificent monuments and buildings. Most visitors come to see the world heritage-listed palace or to practice Ashtanga yoga in the many institutes.

Giorni 12-13    Wayanad
Stay at Dhanagiri Homestay, Wayanad

Wayanad is a disctrict in the north of Kerala famous for its lush greenery and tea- and coffee estates. Less touristy than Munnar or Thekkady further south, this place welcomes hikers and nature lovers with easy to moderate hiking routes through forests and plantations to waterfalls and view points.

Giorni 14-14    Calicut
Stay at The Jackfruit tree, Calicut

Calicut or Kozhikode is Kerala’s most northern city and therefore for most visitors a quick stop worth between travelling from and to Goa, Karnataka and other destinations in the Western Ghats like Wayanad. It was the place where the Portuguese adventurer Vasco da Gama first landed on the Indian land.

Giorni 15-16    Cochin
Stay at Fort Abode

This little sleepy town on a group of islands went through many colonists hands – first the Portuguese, then the Dutch and last but not least the British. So it’s no wonder that you find Hindu temples, Catholic churches in European style, Synagogues and mosques just a stone throw away from each other.