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2 Week Travel Itineraries in India

There's so much to see and do in India, travellers may feel like they'll never be able to cover it all! Not to worry: from South India to Golden Triangle train journeys, New Delhi to Kerala, we have the best 2-week India itineraries, and we're ready to help you on your way. 

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Our top itinerary for 2 weeks in India

Day 1 - Delhi - Enjoy Delhi sightseeing by visiting Jama Mosque, where you can explore the interior with a guide. Next, visit Raj Ghat, the place where the father of the nation, Mahatama Gandhi was cremated. After that, Visit Qutub Minar, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Qutub Minar is an excellent example of Afghan architecture constructed with marble and red sandstone. After that, stop at the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Humayun's Tomb.

Day 2 & 3 - Jaipur - Start your tour of Jaipur by visiting the Amber Fort, then visit the City Palace in the heart of Jaipur, which is known for its blend of Rajasthani and Mughal architecture. Enjoy the fine collection of textiles, costumes, and armour at the City Palace. Finally, view the stargazing observatory of Jantar Mantar, built by the renowned astronomer, Maharaja Jai Singh. 

Day 4 - Jodhpur - Start the day by visiting Mehrangarh Fort (Majestic Fort), built on a steep hill, boasting latticed windows in residential apartments within. Afterward, you will visit the Jaswant Thada - a royal cenotaph built from white marble.

Day 5 & 6 - Udaipur - Today we visit Udaipur, also known as the city of sunrise. Start the day with a visit to Sahelion-Ki-Bari. Visit a traditional painting school and see the famous miniature paintings being created. In the evening enjoy a boat ride on the lake Pichola. The famous Lake Palace of Udaipur was the summer residence of the former rulers of India.

Day 7 & 8 - Pushkar - Pushkar is a holy place, famous for its Cattle Fair held every November. Visit the old temples and ghats of Pushkar.

Day 9 & 10 - Ranthambore - Get ready for a safari drive through Ranthambore National Park. You will have a chance to see hyenas, cheetahs, jungle cats, panthers, and Indian tigers if you are lucky.

Day 11 & 12 - Agra - Visit the fascinating Taj Mahal, a symbol of love. Take your time to admire one of the most majestic and beautiful buildings in the world.   

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2 week Southern India itinerary

Day 1 - Trivandrum - Spend the day wandering and exploring Kerala’s capital city. Admire its British colonial architecture, visit an art gallery, or stroll through the intricate Puthenmalika Palace, which was previously closed to the public for 150 years.

Day 2 & 3 - Varkala - Head up the coast to the town of Varkala. Explore the Keralan coast, which is home to some of India’s most beautiful beaches on the Arabian Sea. Soaring cliffs protect Varkala’s sandy bay and, depending on the time of year, dolphins can be spotted from high up on the rocks.

Day 4 & 5 - Kochi - Spread over several islands, Kochi is a fascinating place full of Chinese, Portuguese, Dutch, and English influences. Stretch your legs with an orientation walk around some of the sights of the nearby area, including St Francis Church, Santa Cruz Basilica and the famous Chinese fishing nets. In the evening, attend a classic Kathakali dance performance. The next day, head to the Mattancherry part of Fort Kochi to explore the old Jewish quarter, synagogue (the Jewish community here goes back to 1,000 AD), and Dutch Palace (Kochi Palace).

Day 6 & 7 - Mysore -  Mysore is an easy-going town with a pleasant climate; it’s well laid out, with wide streets and many gardens, making it perfect for wandering on foot. It’s also one of the best smelling places in India – it’s a major base for incense makers, so you’ll be surrounded by the aromas of sandalwood, jasmine, rose, and musk. A visit to Mysore isn't complete without a look around Mysore Palace. One of the most ornate palaces in India, its interior is a riot of colour, mosaics, and mirrors.  

Day 8 & 9 - Hampi - Hampi is an ancient temple town sitting on the banks of the Tungabhadra River. Once you’re settled in, head over to the architectural masterpiece of Vittala Temple. This 16th-century temple is the home of mandapas (pillared pavilions), a pool, a palace, and the popular stone chariot, which Hindu mythology says was Lord Vishnu’s pimped out ride. 

Day 10 & 11 - Goa - Brimming with Portuguese influences and famous for the sandy beaches lining its coast, Goa is a fascinating region in India's southwest. Perhaps relax on the beach, sip a cocktail at a local bar or go for a dinner out in town.

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2 week Northern India Itinerary

Day 1 & 2 - Delhi - Set off on the city’s modern metro system to explore the sights and sounds of Old Delhi on a guided walking tour. They really don’t make traffic jams like this anywhere else, and you’ll see what it’s like as you inch your way through the streets around Chandni Chowk marketplace in a traditional cycle rickshaw. Perhaps visit the palatial Humayun's Tomb, the towering and intricately carved 12th-century Qutub Minar or the historic Red Fort. 

Day 3 & 4 - Jaisalmer -  Take a walking tour of the city and learn the history of the ornate sandstone buildings. Wander among the intricately carved statues of the Jain Temples or visit the Folklore Museum to learn more about Rajasthani culture. With its imposing parapets and towers, the Old Town is full of steep stonewalls that lead to the havelis. These private mansions once homed Jaisalmer’s nobility and resemble small palaces.

Day 5 - Jodhpur - Get your bearings on a walking tour around the Old City and visit Sadar Bazaar, one of the oldest markets in India. Stroll through spice and vegetable stalls, past juice sellers and sari peddlers and maybe give your haggling skills a road test. 

Day 6 - Nimaj - A relaxed and quiet place, Nimaj is the opposite of a tourist trap and the perfect place to spend a day unwinding. Take a walking tour of the town with your leader, then spend the afternoon and evening as you please. Perhaps chat with the locals and learn more about their day to day life, take a stroll or relax with a book under the shade of a tree. 

Day 7 & 8 - Jaipur -  A city bathed in pink, Jaipur is full of elegant buildings and delightful bazaars. The honeycomb-esque Palace of the Winds, constructed from red and pink sandstone, is a highlight of the guided walk today.

Day 9 - Agra - Rich in Mughal heritage, Agra is a city of gardens, temples and open rooftops. Visit its most famous attraction – the Taj Mahal. See this awesome monument upon arrival, taking in the splendor of the white marble mausoleum built by Emperor Shah Jahan as a memorial to his wife Mumtaz. 

Discover the full itinerary here: Rajasthan Adventure
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2 week India budget itinerariy

Day 1 & 2 - Delhi - First head to Old Delhi – the heart of the city. Inch your way through the streets around the Chandni Chowk marketplace in true local style – by cycle rickshaw! Perhaps visit the Jama Masjid – Delhi's oldest (and India’s largest) mosque – and then stop by the Sheeshganj Gurudwara (Sikh Temple). 

Day 3 - Agra - Arrive by one of India's express air-conditioned trains, then head straight to the most recognisable sight in India. The Taj Mahal may well exceed your expectations as the light shimmers off its white marble surface. Best known as a monument to love and loss, the 17th century Taj is a beautiful example of Mughal architecture, surrounded by trimmed English gardens.

Day 4 & 5 - Jaipur - Travel by local bus to Rajasthan’s colourful capital, Jaipur. Settle in, then enjoy a walk through the streets of the ‘Pink City.' visit the hilltop Amber Fort, an excellent example of Rajput architecture, and see the red stone palace of the Hawa Mahal (The Palace of the Winds).

Day 6 & 7 - Pushkar - Travel to Pushkar by local bus and private vehicle via the cultural centre of Ajmer. Pushkar is one of India's holiest towns and a market centre for the surrounding villages. Early morning risers may like to hike up the hill to the Savitri Temple for sunrise views over the town. If the chai wallah is there, enjoy a steaming cup of tea at the top! Later in the day, pay a visit to the colourful Brahma Temple, which is dedicated to the Hindu god-creator Brahma. 

Day 8, 9 & 10 - Udaipur - Known as the ‘Venice of the East’,  take a short boat ride on the famous Lake Pichola and see the palaces of Jag Mandir and Jag Niwas rise out of the water. Take a guided tour of the lakeside City Palace complex, the largest palace in Rajasthan. 

Day 11 & 12 - Mumbai - Discover some of the beautiful old colonial and art deco buildings, treat yourself to a meal in one of the country's best restaurants, or shop ‘til you drop in the bazaars and malls. Later in the day, visit Chowpatty Beach where crowds mill about in the cooler evening air. 

Day 13 & 14 - Goa - There's no shortage of things to do in this unique coastal spot. A bicycle trip into the lush countryside is a great option. For a more spiritual kind of exertion, spend the day seeking a little enlightenment with a touch of yoga. Otherwise, take this opportunity to relax on the beach or sip a cocktail at a local bar

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Taj Mahal in Agra, one of the country's most iconic landmarks
Taj Mahal in Agra, one of the country's most iconic landmarks

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