Foggy hill stations, captivating beaches, historical monuments, golden desert, pilgrimage sites, and abundant wildlife. A lot of things make India a destination worth seeking. Travelers all across the world love visiting India with friends, family, colleagues, or that special someone, but solo travelling is something that must be experienced at least once in life as it has its beauty. You get to meet new people, explore new places, discover yourself, overcome your fears, and enjoy the freedom. So, take off on a journey alone, have no doubt!
Rajasthan is renowned for its great hospitality and rich cultural heritage, but lake city Udaipur has something more to woo a traveller. It should top your list if you are considering travelling alone. Many beautiful places in Udaipur offer picturesque views of India’s royal past like Hawelis, forts, palaces, & temples.
Shimla is the perfect getaway if you want to spend some time alone in the lap of the Himalayas. It is a highly touristy destination with attractive locations, hotels, and markets that can make your journey delightful and help you celebrate every moment of your trip.
You can have your own eat, pray, and love journey in Manali, which is a retreat for a solo traveller. This mighty hill station is surrounded by towering peaks and lush green mountains and offers spectacular views of nature. It has many adventure sports to indulge travellers in absolute bliss. For an avid photographer, this place is no less than a wonder.
For an adventure mountain biking, you can consider going to Leh-Srinagar highway, which is India’s most prominent tourist destinations in the present day. It surrounds the most scenic landscapes and gives a thrilling experience to the riders who want to travel to a quiet place and spend some time alone. Leh-Srinagar is a perfect venture for all the backpackers as it gives them a much-needed thrill.
Rishikesh is one of the most popular destinations in India, which first catapulted to fame when the famous band Beatles visited Maharishi Mahesh Yogi Ashram. It is the best getaway for solo travellers who are interested in adventure activities like trekking, river rafting, cliff diving, bungee jumping, kayaking, & rock climbing, etc.
The temple of Khajuraho is on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in India and is known to be a great place to connect with our history and culture. The temple of Khajuraho reflects the rich culture of Chandella rule through its beautiful sculptures and architectural splendour and displays the creative achievements of the period.
Whether you want to soak in the hot sun, take a plunge in the sea, groove to trance music numbers, attend rave parties, gulp exotic drinks, or taste continental cuisines. Goa is a perfect place to spend some refreshing hours of your solo journey. The vibrant and vivacious lifestyle of Goa combines adventurous beach activities such as surfing, snorkelling, jet-skiing, scuba diving, water-skiing, and windsurfing and numerous Spa & Ayurvedic resorts to indulge in reviving session provided here.
Mumbai- “The city that never sleeps” has many attractions in and around. It has big fashion houses, Bollywood, theatres, nightclubs, stock exchange, pilgrimage spots, beaches, heritage sites, etc. to entertain tourists and give them the most fantastic experience of their life. You can never feel lonely or bored in this city as there are many classy restaurants, cafes, shopping centres, and art galleries, too to make your journey memorable.
Alleppey reminds us of beautiful backwaters, picturesque canals, exotic beaches, and stunning lagoons. It is one of India’s most romantic places, visited by thousands of honeymoon couples every year, but this doesn’t make it less attractive for solo travellers. The backwater cruise in the Kettuvallam, dance shows, music festivals, food, and resorts offering varieties of Spa and Ayurvedic treatments, make Alleppey one of the most sought-after holiday destinations for solo travellers.
Fondly called the “queen of the hills”- Darjeeling is a beautiful city surrounded by rolling mountains of the Eastern Himalayas, refreshing tea gardens, lakes, and Kanchenjunga peak range. It produces the most popular tea in the world and hosts some of India’s most popular resorts. For a solo traveller, this place is no less than a heaven. The sunset and sunrise of this picturesque town are mind-blowing.