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November trip suggestions

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November trip suggestions

I am starting to plan a route through architectural and religious places in the north during November and would like some feedback from anyone with similar experiences or desires to do the same.

My path would take me to Delhi – 3 days, Jaipur – 2 days, Agra & Fatehpur Sikri – 2 days, Gwalior – 2 days, Orchha – 2 days, Khajuraho – 3 days, Varanasi – 5 days, and Haridwar – 5 days

I'm wondering if I'm spending too much / too little time in any of these places, and whether I should include any others along the way that should not be missed.

Thanks very much and I look forward to any suggestions and comments.

Lorenzo in south florida

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1. Re: November trip suggestions


Your itinerary looks fine. Varanasi though can be covered in 3 days. But you can plan visit to local market & ghats and spend time relaxing. From Haridwar, Enroute to Delhi, you can plan a visit to Rishikesh (i guess it should be part of your itinerary)


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2. Re: November trip suggestions

If you are interested in architectural and religious places, Mathura and Vrindavan can also be included, though I do not know how to fit these in your itinerary as they are on the way from Delhi to Agra!!

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