If solo travelling has been sitting in your bucket list for a long time and you have finally managed to convince your family, you have already made a great start. Travelling across India all alone is probably one of the best things you can do in your lifetime to get up close and personal with the inherent diversity of the country as well as experience the richness of its geographical and cultural diversity. Unlike a few years ago, solo travelling in India has become much safer for women travellers, with the much-improved infrastructure facilities, good tourism initiatives, and well-connected transport system; it has become much easier to hit the road. With so many beautiful places around, choosing the right destination can be a hard decision to make.
Here are the most popular solo travelling destinations in India that you can choose to visit.
The place sitting pretty on the northern frontiers of India, the place has the power to hypnotize you with its majestic beauty and the far stretched natural landscape that has no end to it. No matter if you are a comfortable traveller or an adventure lover, there is something for everyone that would make you fall in love with this place forever. The stunning snow-clad mountain passes, the awe-inspiring beaches, adrenaline-pumping adventure activities, the humble outlook of the locals, the tranquil monasteries will surely enthrall your senses and you can feel the vibes lingering on your mind long after your travel back to your home. The place is always flocked with tourists so make sure that you book your travel tickets in advance.
Known as the City of Lakes, Udaipur is one of the most picturesque cities in the world. The place screams regal opulence that once it stood witness in the history. Udaipur is also popular for its grand palaces and havelis that reflect the charming culture of Rajasthan. No matter, if you are travelling around the awesome temples, museums, and the narrow streets of the city or if you are just sailing smoothly on a boat over the lakes, the city is sure to sweep you off your feet at every turn.
The city is a heaven for history lovers. Known for its world-famous ruins, Hampi exudes the charm of an Indian village. As a woman traveller you would feel quite safe to walk around and it also gives you the perfect opportunity to meet new people and make friends as there are plenty of travellers who come here for solo travelling. While you are here don’t miss going on a rock-climbing expedition on the Matanga Hills and watch the beautiful sunset atop the hill. The view and the experience shall be forever etched in your memories.
This small hill station located in ‘God’s Own Country,’ Kerala is known for its unending slopes of tea garden and the perpetual hills. While you are here you can go around trekking or cycling your way around taking in the mesmerizing beauty of the place without any fear of being harassed by the tourist touts or eve-teasers. For a one-off experience, go and watch Kathakali performance at the Thirumeni cultural centre.