Before I start updating you about the Indian destinations to travel alone, I would like to tell you a few fun facts about being a solo traveller in India.
- Travelling solo in India will change your life.
- It is because you will get ample of opportunities to explore both the famous as well as offbeat places.
- You learn yourself to not to rely on anyone.
- By the time your trip comes to an end, you learn how to make the most of your trip.
- Wandering around as a solo traveller in India will shift your perspective about travel.
Why Do You Need To Plan A Solo Trip To India?
If you think solo travel isn’t the right choice for travelling, then you are living where on this planet? Because there is around 55 to 62 % solo traveller, who comes to India to become limitless. It’s still a dream for many solo female travellers too!
It’s no doubt that India is a vast country with beautiful UNESCO World Heritage Sites, lush green tea plantations, yoga and meditation hubs, majestic Buddhist monasteries and much more.
What Did It Like To Be A Solo Traveller In India?
If you ask me, I would like to quote – “solo travel brings you peace when you are on your India trip. In Fact, there are places to visit in India ( that I’m going to alter for you), that brings the most liberating feeling within you!
How Did I Discover That Solo Travel In India Brings Peace of Mind?
Glad, you ask this! Frankly, for me,, there is no other country on the planet that blazes it’s a way just like India does. It is something I’m finding it very hard to quote in a sentence. I have travelled solo in almost all major parts of India covering North to East to South to West till date. And I want to portray down the best destinations in India for a solo traveller for you guys! Keep reading!
If these points aren’t satisfactory to persuade you to visit India as a solo traveler, then my this blog post would surely spark the wanderlust in you! But along this, there pops a thought in the readers mind that where I could get the feeling of that wilderness, where I can master the art of travelling? With so plenty of gorgeous places to visit in India, it’ hard to make the selective choice.
My this solo India travel blog will tell you about the best of the best places for solo travel in India. Keep scrolling!
BEST PLACES FOR SOLO TRAVEL IN INDIA
The sexiest destination in Rajasthan, Udaipur is your inspiration for travelling solo in India. Wondering why? It is because Udaipur is one of those places to visit in India which embodies India at its brightest and most beautiful.
Why Visit? | You will love your encounter with shimmering lakes, handsome forts, and plenty of eateries. You have the full chance to explore lakes in Udaipur (for which Udaipur is famous for) in the evening to watch the orangy sunset views.
After you explored the lakes, make sure to visit the Monsoon Palace, also called the Sajjangarh Palace. Here you will encounter the panoramic views of the city as you will be surrounded by shimmering lakes and handsome palaces. Thanks to its elevation, because Monsoon Palace is the place to watch monsoon clouds from very near.
Udaipur is the place to visit in India if you are a female tourist in India. You will find plenty of luxury defining hotels in Udaipur for your accommodation. Trust us, Udaipur manages to achieve a great balance of having interesting things to do and best places to visit.
Udaipur Is Very Famous For Shopping Too!
YES! And we couldn’t keep calm! From the leather goods to Rajasthani wall hangings to handicraft items, Udaipur will fix your fashion sense. Did we mention that there are lakeside restaurants in Udaipur to satiate your cravings for cuisine as well as local Rajasthani food?
Pink in color, pink in vibrancy, Jaipur is the capital city of Rajasthan, and there is no doubt why it is one of the best Indian destinations to travel alone. This city has its own charm and aura as you will find most of the homes or buildings are built in pink color. While the Jaipur is the ultimate stopover in Golden Triangle India Tours, Jaipur is the finest Instagrammable places to visit in India.
Wondering Why Visit Jaipur? | With plenty of things to do in Jaipur which includes a visit to UNESCO World Heritage Site – Jantar Mantar, and clicking a selfie featuring the Hawa Mahal in the backdrops from the Wind View Cafe while enjoying a traditional glass of chilled Lassi. Jaipur will not disappoint you if you are looking for those places to travel alone in India for girls.
What Are The Things To Do In Jaipur? | Well, there are plenty of relaxing things to do in Jaipur which you will hunt if you click here, but to give you the feeling of holidaying in Jaipur, visit the Hawa Mahal which was built to allow women to watch parades on Main Street without having to be in the public.
Watch the sun slowly drop below the horizon and gt bewitched by the sunset views from the Nahargarh Fort. The fort authorities charge an amount of 200 INR for Non-Indians (foreigners) along with free tea/coffee which you can sip at the sunset point. Isn’t that amazing? Accommodations options are many for you including sexy hotels and affordable hostels.
Delhi is the soul and heart of India. Being the capital city of India, Delhi has everything to lure tourists. It has handsome archaeological sites like Hauz Khas Fort, Qutub Minar, Humayun Tomb, and the famous Red Fort. You will enjoy your visit to Delhi if you are finding a relaxing place for a solo trip to India.
Why Visit Delhi? | Well, Delhi solo trip is about a completely relaxing experience because you will get familiar with the chaos of Old Delhi where taking a rickshaw ride in the narrow streets of Chandni Chowk is one of the best things to do in Delhi. The chaos of Delhi is something which makes tourists go crazy, and they desire to become a local nomad.
Things To Do in Delhi | Shop till you drop at the Chandni Chowk and Chawri Bazar and test your bargaining skills. Stroll around the man-made lake at Hauz Khas Village. Make divine prayers at the Lotus Temple and Akshardham Temple. Taste the scrumptious langar (food) at Bangla Sahib Gurdwara – the holy place for Sikhs.
Advice – Delhi and Jaipur are the major inclusions of Golden Triangle India Tour. Click here to read more!
Kasol, Himachal Pradesh
When it comes in naming the best destination for solo travellers in India for the backpackers, Kasol tops the rank. Kasol is the beautiful scenic village nestled at the banks of the Parvati River and has an aura that lures thousands of Israeli people and Indian nomads.
A Place To Make Hash Affair In The Mountains | Kasol is the place where you can smoke the finest hash in the world. It is called the hipster paradise of India, and that is why many hipsters flock to this small town in the Parvati Valley. Indeed, the place has an image of easily obtainable hash, low-cost living, and rave parties, but there are more things to do in Kasol if you are looking for solo travel in Kasol.
Things To Do In Kasol | From trekking to river rafting to camping, options are many for you to indulge yourself in the best things to do in this hipster paradise. While you are there, seek spiritual awakening and visit Manikaran Sahib Gurudwara to take a dip in the hot springs.
Trekking places in Kasol are Kheerganga Trek, Malana Trek, Parvati Valley Trek.
Short on time on your India tour package? Looking for a relaxing and peaceful place to make the beach affairs with the lush green surroundings? Think of visiting Kerala. Kerala is one the easiest Indian destination to travel alone even if you are a female traveller. The state has the maximum literacy rate is around 93.91%, which makes it the safest place for female travellers too!
Why Visit Kerala? | Kerala is called the Garden of Spices, lush green sun-kissed tea plantations, gorgeous beaches and a wonderful network of backwaters where cruising on a traditional houseboat are relaxing, it’s not hard to figure out why Kerala is also referred to as the God’s Own Country. While you are in Kerala, chances are 110% you feel like a celebrity because locals in Kerala welcomes tourists with heartwarming hospitality.
Things To Do | Capture the never-ending canvas of green rolling hills of Munnar, watch how all sorts of spices are grown by taking a day trip to Spice Plantations. Opt for a thrilling wildlife safari at Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary. You can camp and trek at the Munnar also.
Words won’t do justice when it comes to describing how Ladakh will transform you into a real traveller but let me try! Nestled at the Jammu and Kashmir state and sandwiched by the Himalayan Mountains ranges, Ladakh is the paradise of thrill seekers. Ladakh is all year round best place for a solo trip in India. The beautiful skyline, great local food, and trekking trails, Ladakh is a destination which is often synonymous with the best trekking places and divine monasteries.
Best Things To Do In Ladakh | Some of the best things to do in Ladakh include camping at the Pangong Lake, walking on the icy sheet of Zanskar River while doing trekking at Chadar Trek. Watch the snow leopards in actions at Hemis National Park. Don’t miss to take Ladakh Motorbike Tours and fancy yourself a rider by riding a bike at the Rohtang Pass, Leh-Manali Highway, and Khardung La Pass.
Make divine prayers answered and visit monasteries in Ladakh to catch a full glimpse of Ladakh. However, I suggest you go with homestays options in Ladakh and skip hotel accommodation. Because this is the best way to get familiar with Ladakhi hospitality and culture of Ladakh.Homestays in Ladakh are really affordable and won’t make a hole in your pocket.
Gokarna is trending and one of the best destination in India for a solo trip. However, it is often neglected because Goa is often visited by tourists to make beach affairs. But if you listen to me, I would suggest you ditch Goa and head to Gokarna if your idea of a vacation includes beaches.
Why Visit? | Gokarna is not spoiled by mass tourism, and you can have the best days of your life in Gokarna and indulge yourself in adventurous watersport activities. Beaches in Gokarna are more sun-drenched and sand-sational than beaches in Goa.
Some popular beaches in Gokarna are Om Beach, Paradise Beach, Half Moon Beach, and Small Hell Beach.
How To Travel India Safely – Some Tips
- Wear Indian Outfit At Some Places
You should be aware of the fact that being the only country in the world where all the religions are given equal importance, India is a melting pot of cultures and traditions. If you are visiting Gurudwaras, cover your head with the scarf. On visiting the mosque, try to follow the ritual to enter the mosque. If you are on a visit to any Hindu Temple, avoid wearing the western outfit. Instead, wear Kurtis and salwars.
- Don’t Invite Trouble
This means, be your own bodyguard and never allow a stranger to feed you their food. There were instances when tourists got robbed by the pickpocket men. Skip travelling to any place in India alone and instead, opt for the guided tour of India. This will not only ensure your safety but also will give you reasons to love India more.
- Travel Like A Local
YES!! Visiting India and travelling like a local is the trend liked by most of the foreigners. Infact, it gives them real exposure to what India is all about. So, be a local nomad, explore the narrow streets, enjoy the chaos, and get yourself engaged in the fruitful conversations.
- Join The Community of Like-Minded Travellers
Just like everywhere in the world, India is no short of the number of enthusiasts nomads. Visit the places like Pushkar, Udaipur, Varanasi Delhi and much more, and opt to stay in the hostels where you will find the like-minded intrepid travelers like you!
- Don’t Take It Wrong
If someone asks you about your age, country, and interests. Locals of India are curious to know about the international tourists. But one thing is for sure, they won’t ask you about your religion. There is no cultural or religious hatred in India. Such is the charm and allure of India.
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