Show your expertise to explore best Indian destinations on a solo trip
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Show your expertise to explore best Indian destinations on a solo trip

Rishikesh, surrounded by the holy river of Ganga and is located at the foothill of the Himalayas

Show your expertise to explore best Indian destinations on a solo trip

A solo trip is always a challenging one which might prove to be a whole new chapter of life. Lone trips are often avoided by most of us thinking that it will be monotonous and less exciting as we love to be surrounded by companions. But solo trips are one of its kinds which will teach you how to deal with hard situations all alone. Because travelling requires knowledge, courage, planning, calculation, communications, prompt action skills, and enthusiasm. Unaccompanied trip will teach you how to handle everything at a time with your own efficiency.  Going on a lone trip means you have to indulge in meeting unknown people of unfamiliar destinations and that might not be pleasant experience always still you should remain optimistic for a thrilling experience. 

It might not be really easy and lots of challenges will be there especially if you are a woman and some risk factors definitely will be there. Gather as much information as possible before you start your solo journey. Try to be well aware about those places which you will be exploring and stay cautious irrespective of your surroundings.

We have made a list of some astonishing places which are relatively safer for women to discover the traveler within themselves-

The city of ruins, Hampi

Hampi, located at the bank of the Tungabhadra river, is considered one of the best spots for a solo trip. Hampi is a UNESCO world heritage site and this place has 500 ancient, beautiful temples and an amazing market, it is the second-largest city in the world also.


This place is nestled between the two mountain ranges. The greenery of the forest, the clear blue water of the river, and the jaw-dropping view in the morning and the evening, all will make sure you have one of the best experiences of your life. You can enjoy some adventure activities too. Apart from going to museums and temples, don't forget to have local food and indulge in adventures like paragliding, skiing and biking.

Shillong, Scotland of the east

Shillong, also known as the Scotland of the east, is the beautiful capital of Meghalaya. While in Shillong, you can enjoy beautiful view from the mountains, bathe in waterfalls and relax near the lakes.


This city is small but oh so beautiful! The city also hosts the world's biggest camel fair. It attracts us because of the traditional folk dance, camel rides, traditional cuisine and the magic show. The local market is full of the traditional clothes and handmade juttis.

The city of lakes, Udaipur

The beauty of this city is unmatched. Udaipur is also known as the jewel of Rajasthan because of the amazing architecture and the mesmerising temples and lakes. You can sit on the lakeside, take an amazing view of the lake, visit the local market and street food to make your solo trip worth it.

Rishikesh, the yoga capital of the world

This city is surrounded by the holy river of Ganga and is located at the foothill of the Himalayas. This small town is known for yoga and its breathtaking views. You'll be surprised to know that the food served here is quite exotic because a lot of foreigners visit the place. Don't forget to attend the popular Ganga ghat aarti and also don't miss our on activities like rafting, bungee jumping, mountain biking and camping.

Pondicherry, The French Riviera of the east

Pondicherry is also known as the white town, adorned with charming yellow colonial structure with bougainvillaea walls. This city is the perfect example of traditional French architecture. It is also the perfect place to enjoy amazing French cuisine.