Best Places For Solo Travel In India
There are some things in life that you must do on your own, all by yourself and at least once.
The Alleppey beach is known throughout Kerala as one of the best beaches, owing to its intrinsic natural beauty. Alleppey’s celebrated past as a prominent port city is aptly portrayed by the 137-year-old pier that stretches out in to the sea. The picturesque canals, backwaters, beaches, and lagoons, backwater cruise in the Kettuvallam, rich culture of the folk that includes dance, music, festivals and food, pilgrimage and numerous resorts that offers varieties of Spa and Ayurvedic treatments make Alleppey one of the exotic holiday destinations in India for solo travellers.
AAMBY VALLEY, MAHARASHTRA
Gaze the stunning landscapes beneath as you freefall in the beautiful valley to enjoy the most thrilling experience of your lifetime. One of the best skydiving places in India, Aamby Valley has to be on every Mumbaikar or Punites list if they wish to indulge in the daring sport.
SANDHAN VALLEY, MAHARASHTRA
Sandhan Valley Trek is a unique experience combining adventure activities such as Rappelling and staying admidst nature. Sandhan valley is a water carved valley around 200 feet deep. Sandhan is located near beautiful Bhandardara region near village called Samrad. The trek takes five hours to finish with activities like rappelling to really get your adrenaline pumping.
PUDUCHERRY, TAMIL NADU
With French influence in its architecture, this sleepy little place is perfect for a serene, beach getaway. Displaying the quaint flavour of French colony, Pondicherry is one of the best leisure holiday retreats in India for solo travellers. With a host of tranquil beaches and ancient churches and temples, Pondicherry is far famed as a Yoga and Meditation holiday destination in India.
ZANSKAR, JAMMU AND KASHMIR
Majestically rugged, the greatest attraction of this mountain-hemmed Ladakhi-Buddhist valley is simply getting there, preferably on a trek. The scenic views of the snow-capped Himalayan range and sparkling blue rivers make it a perfect holiday destination. Sani festival is the biggest event in Zanskar.
Jaisalmer is also known as the golden city of India. A World Heritage Site, Jaisalmer is a jewel in the Rajasthani crown. exploring the fort city and ruins of Kuldhara village… camping and camel safari in the SAM Dunes are the major activities.
Perched almost perilously along the edge of 15m-high red laterite cliffs, the resort of Varkala has a naturally beautiful setting and the cliff-top stretch has steadily grown into Kerala's most popular backpacker hangout.
ZIRO, ARUNACHAL PRADESH
Named a World Heritage Site for its stunning natural beauty, Ziro Valley in Arunachal Pradesh is headquarters to Lower Subansiri District. Ziro valley is another captivating destination for solo travellers. With enriched flora and fauna, this place is filled with pine groves and mesmerising orchids. The rivulets and streams and the crisp mountain air, will not fail to revitalize your tired soul.
KASOL, HIMACHAL PRADESH
Set on the banks of the Parvati River and amidst picturesque mountains and the Parvati valley, Kasol is the backpackers' paradise. Kasol is a small Himalayan village, with plenty of things to do. Resplendent in natural beauty, Kasol is fast emerging as a hub for backpackers, trekkers and nature lovers.
DHARAMSALA, HIMACHAL PRADESH
Home to the largest Tibetan temple outside Tibet, Dharamsala also has the monastery of the Dalai Lama. Situated in the picturesque Kangra valley and set against the Dhauladhar mountain range in Himachal Pradesh, Dharamsala is an ideal retreat for nature lovers.
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