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Visit India : 14-Day Trip Plan Like Locals

This itinerary focuses on South India and its rich cultural heritage, history and spiritual significance. The itinerary can be adjusted as per one’s preference, but it gives a glimpse of the rich heritage of South India. It is also recommended to check the train schedules, accommodation availability and any other specific requirements before finalizing the itinerary. Here is a sample 14-day trip plan to India:

Day 1: Arrive in Delhi and spend the day exploring the city’s famous monuments, such as the Red Fort, Jama Masjid, and Qutub Minar.

Day 2: Take an early morning train to Agra to visit the iconic Taj Mahal. Afterwards, visit the Agra Fort and Itimad-ud-Daulah’s Tomb.

Day 3: Take a train to Jaipur, also known as the Pink City. Visit the City Palace, Jantar Mantar, and the Hawa Mahal.

Day 4: Take a day trip to the nearby Amber Fort, and spend the evening exploring the colorful markets and bazaars of Jaipur.

Day 5: Take a flight or train to Mumbai, and spend the day exploring the city’s famous landmarks such as Gateway of India, Marine Drive, and Elephanta Caves.

Day 6: Take a day trip to the nearby Elephanta Caves or visit the film city, Bollywood.

Day 7: Depart from Mumbai and fly back home or continue your journey in India.

Day 8: Arrive in Chennai and spend the day exploring the city’s famous landmarks, such as Fort St. George, Kapaleeswarar Temple, and Government Museum.

Day 9: Take a train to Pondicherry, also known as the French Riviera of the East. Visit the Auroville ashram, Sri Aurobindo Ashram, and the beaches of the town.

Day 10: Take a train to Mahabalipuram, known for its UNESCO World Heritage-listed group of monuments. Visit the Shore Temple, Five Rathas, and the Pancha Pandava Rathas.

Day 11: Take a train to Trichy, known for its rich history and culture. Visit the Rock Fort Temple, Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple, and the Jambukeswarar Temple.

Day 12: Take a train to Madurai, known for its ancient temples, such as the Meenakshi Temple, Alagar Temple, and the Thirumalai Nayak Palace.

Day 13: Take a train to Rameswaram, known for its unique location on an island. Visit the Ramanathaswamy Temple and the Kothandaramaswamy Temple.

Day 14: Take a train back to Chennai and depart for your next destination or fly back home.

Please note that this is just a sample itinerary and it can be adjusted to your preferences and interests. Also, it’s a good idea to double-check the train and flight schedules as well as the availability of the monuments and other places you want to visit.

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