Solo travel is becoming more popular and affecting the travel industry positively. Getting to know new people and expanding their social circles is a good reason why more people are interested in a solo trip to India. So here know the amazing Solo trip destinations in India and get mind blowing experience.

Many travelers prefer to travel solo. Traveling alone may sound scary, but maybe the most liberating experience. It is nothing like exploring amazing destinations on your own, whether you plan it or decide on a whim. Traveling alone in this country is one of the best ways to explore beach towns and royal palaces.

  • Manali

Manali

It’s time to leave your comfort zone and travel alone. Despite your fears, you keep checking your back. When you reach Manali, despite your fears, you feel terrified. At that moment, Manali soothes your fears. Manali makes you feel confident that the world is a good place.

Watching the people of Rohtang and Solang go about their lives is relaxing. It’s what makes this town so charming. Being surrounded by nature helps you relax and trust the world. While watching the most beautiful sunset of your life, the fresh air and clear skies feel good on your skin. This town is also known for its exciting adventure sports.

  • Kasol

Kasol

Kasol, in Himachal Pradesh, is a popular destination for solo travelers. Besides soaking in the breathtaking scenery around every bend, there are numerous hiking trails, rafting trips, and water sports for thrill-seekers. There are many places to trek in Kasol, including Kheerganga, Malana, and Tosh village. The city of Kasol is sometimes nicknamed the ‘Amsterdam of India’ for its psychedelic trance parties and its hippie culture. You’re sure to make a few friends here as this place is filled with tourists and backpackers from around the world.

  • Hampi

Hampi

UNESCO has recognized Hampi, the city of ruins, as a World Heritage Site. This historical gem is tucked away in the shadows of hills and valleys in Karnataka. Hampi is popular with backpackers due to 500 ancient monuments, vibrant street markets, bastions, a treasury building, and remnants of the Vijayanagar Empire. In Hampi, visitors can explore 100+ locations as they learn about the city’s history

  • Pondicherry

Pondicherry

Pondicherry is one of seven union territories in India, officially known as Puducherry. India is a dreamy destination for solo travelers, offering the best of both worlds. There is a perfect blend of traditional Indian sensibilities and French architecture in this former French colony.

Known as White Town, the streets of Pondicherry’s French Quarter are lined with charming yellow colonial houses. Several authentic French bakeries line the cobblestoned paths, which are perfect for a leisurely stroll or a bike ride.

  • Rishikesh

Rishikesh

In Uttarakhand, Rishikesh is a small town in the Dehradun district near Haridwar, situated in the Himalayan foothills just below the convergence of the Ganga and Chandra rivers. There are many adventure activities in Rishikesh as well as ancient temples, cafes, and yoga and meditation classes, earning it the title of “Yoga Capital of the World”. This Hindu pilgrimage town is also the gateway to the Garhwal Himalayas. Rishikesh is a safe place to travel and you can meet people from all over the world who are traveling solo. You should always keep an eye out for suspicious activity.

  • Udaipur

Udaipur

As the crown jewel of Rajasthan, Udaipur is surrounded by the majestic Aravalli mountains. India’s architectural splendor, mesmerizing temples, and natural beauty make it a must-see destination. Udaipur is the pride of Rajasthan, as you will see after taking a boat ride along the scenic waters of Lake Pichola. It is definitely worth a visit if you are thinking about a solo trip to India. In Udaipur, visitors can enjoy cold nights by the lake, visit ancient forts and markets, and sip hot tea by the old city walls. Udaipur is regarded as a safe destination for solo travelers, but dimly-lit areas should be avoided at night.

  • Shillong

Shillong

Shillong, the capital of Meghalaya, is a stunning city surrounded by pine forests. Hill stations such as this one are known as the ‘Scotland of the East’ due to their mountainous landscape and cool climate that makes them great for all seasons. Shillong has beautiful mountains, waterfalls, crystal clear lakes, golf courses, and breathtaking scenery that make it a great place for a solo trip in India. Since many of India’s most prominent musicians come from this area, it is sometimes referred to as the music capital of India.

  • Khajuraho

Khajuraho

Attracting solo travelers who love art, history, and culture. Khajuraho temples are testimony to India’s glorious past. The beautiful sculptures and architectural splendor help you connect with the history of the Chandela dynasty. These temples are renowned for their elaborate erotic carvings representing the liberal views of the people during that time. Only a century ago were the Khajuraho Temples rediscovered after centuries of disappearance.

  • Goa

Goa

Surely we all know Goa for its crazy rave parties, casinos, and upscale nightclubs? However, it is so much more than that. Featuring some of the best beaches in the country, it’s the perfect destination for solo travelers who love to soak up the sun, swim with the fish, and sip cool margaritas.

Solo travelers can enjoy their vacation in a completely new environment and make new friends thanks to the hippie culture of the state. The place is known as paradise on earth, a land of beauty, love, and peace. When you plan to travel to Goa the first thing you want to do is get away from that concrete jungle and move into a place where you can breathe fresh air, sea breeze, bask under the sun, see the beautiful beaches and enjoy your holiday.

  • Jaipur

Jaipur

Jaipur is the capital of Rajasthan and is also known as the “pink city”. Jaipur, along with Delhi and Agra, makes up the Golden Triangle Tour and is one of the most popular tourist destinations in India.

Jaipur is famous for varied reasons such as its vibrant color, royal history, rich culture, majestic forts, wildlife sanctuaries, and grand palaces. Jaipur is famous for varied reasons such as its vibrant color, royal history, rich culture, majestic forts, wildlife sanctuaries, and grand palaces.

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