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Hey, from delhi u will start your solo trip then go for north India tour covering Amritsar, dharamshala, dalhousie, shimla, Manali, nainital, rishikesh.
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14 days its a long plan. You should cover 7 sisters in North East. Or you can visit these places - - Manali Shimla - Sikkim, Darjeeling, Gangtok - Bhutan - Jammu, Kashmir - Kasol, Aulo, Dalhousie, Amritsar - Bikaner, Jaiselmer
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Hey. First of all u have 14 days in ur hand so it’s more than enough. I suggest you to travel to simla >manali>spiti valley>Kinnaur> reckong peo>Delhi. You can spend two days at each place
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Start from Delhi and end up in Ladakh via Himachal Pradesh - Rohtang Pass. and cover few days in Punjab also before going Himachal.
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14 days is a long time - if you are travelling to go on an international trip, my suggestion would be Thailand, Cambodia,Veitnam. Should be budget friendly too this trip. If you are travelling within India then the option could be Southern India (Ooty,Mysore,Coorg,Allepey,Thekkadi. etc) or North-East India (Gangtok,Darjeeling,Guwahati.etc).
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You have 14 days in hand so i suggest you to go to Rajasthan, if you haven't been there already. you can go to jaisalmer, jodhpur, udaipur and ajmer, jaipur and bikaner(if you want to). jaisalmer is farthest so i think you should start from there and end your 14 day trip in jaipur as its the closest to delhi covering the other destinations mentioned above in between them.
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What would you prefer? mountains, plains...maybe desert or beaches.
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Well i like mountains and architecture alot
Dear I asked you so because there are so many places and you just can't cover in 14 days, right? Even though you can do Chandigarh, Kasauli, Shimla & Manali or Jaipur, Ajmer, Pushkar, Udaipur & Mt. Abu.
All are fine... I like a mix
Go to Himachal or uttrakhand, if you have 2 weeks please go for long treks.
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14 days bingo.. u can cover Uttarakhand or HP, u can cover Meghalaya, AP and assam. u can cover sikkim, darjeeling.
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Hey Aishwarya Delhi - Jaipur - Pushkar - Ajmer - Udaipur - Mount Abu - Haldighati - Nathdwara - Delhi Happy Travelling !!!
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UK, hp, or Sikkim
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14days will be good time to complete any trip.. I would like to suggest you, don't go for mountains. Monsoons will come over. you can go for Andaman. Temperature will little bit high but you can go for Andaman. You can try scuba diving over there. if you make a plan for Andaman, then definitely stay at Havelock for 2days..
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If south then kerala- 1 week, Mysore, Coorg, Hampi, Bangalore, gokarana , goa if possible. if north Delhi - Jaipur - Pushkar - Ajmer - Udaipur - Mount Abu - Haldighati - Nathdwara - Delhi or chandigarh, shimla kulu manali kasol amristar etc. north east sikkim , meghalaya etc an be choice too.
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Explore Himachal
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Try to make interest in Solan,Narkanda, Spiti, Leh, Kargil....those are unseen beauty. Definitely u will love it. gud luck👍
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Spiti valley Manali Shimla Delhousie
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If you are travelling in this month I suggest you to cover Rajasthan first like this Jaisalmer -2days jodhpur -2days udaipur- 2days Jaipur-1day ajmer 1 day pushkar - 1 day from there you can go to manali -1day kullu -1day kasol -1day Tosh -1day kheerganga - 1day
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Hi.. 14 days is long time and you can easily explore many places. Best option would be Northeast The 7 sisters since you have time you can easily go there.. being a delhite you can easily visit places nearby some other time also...
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Hey, Dalhousie Shimla Manali dharamshala
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Dear fellow traveler, follow the link below. This will help you out. https://traveltriangle.com/blog/places-to-visit-in-india-before-you-turn-30/
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