Solo traveling is an art in itself, when you are complete with yourself and accompanied just by nature, vibrant culture and rich heritage. The reason solo-traveling is preferred by the real-travelers is that they love to be on their own, given ample opportunities to capture and focus the unusual sights to bring back the rare collection home is a treasure of their lifetime. Whereas, solo traveling and traveling with a group both have its own pros and cons, but the real essence of traveling and getting engrossed in what you are doing, comes perfectly when you are all by yourself.
So considering your love for traveling, we have curated here places to travel solo in India, where you will be completely safe and will get ample opportunities to understand the nature, culture, and surroundings of the city you are traveling to. Therefore, no time to waste now, plan your vacation, as now you don’t even need to discuss with anyone. Go ahead, pack your bags to go unravel the unknown destinations and more importantly your inner self and strength.
Agra is one of the most popular international tourist destination in India, home to the natural wonder of the world and UNESCO world heritage site, the Taj Mahal, Agra attracts thousands of tourists from throughout the world. Not just the historically rich city also houses several other historical sites like Akbar’s Tomb, Jama Masjid, Agra Fort, Fatehpur Sikri, Moti Masjid, Sikandra Fort, Itmad-ud-Daulah’s Tomb and many more. It's here one can explore the medieval era profoundly. And if you are traveling solo here then there is no scarcity of intricate knowledge and information you can collect from here.
Goa is not just about the beaches, though there are lot many serene and beautiful beaches there is more to Goa from just beaches. It goes apt that when you are in groups you hardly get the chance to explore the other side of the place, therefore if you are in Goa on a solo expedition, there are plethora of unexplored places, which you can go to and South Goa dons in it where from churches to water-sports, untouched villages all will charm your soul.
We all have been to Manali with our family or friends, have you ever tried going all alone by yourself here? If not then Manali is not just about all the touristy destination or honeymooners paradise. There is a lot to explore within and nearby Manali, which will make you go awestruck for sure. Among other things it's here you can go to Pir Panjal lake, Kullu Valley, options like River Rafting in Beas River, paragliding in Solang Valley and skiing on the slopes of Rohtang pass.
Paradise on earth, Gulmarg is also known as Switzerland of India, heartland of several backpackers on the earth, Gulmarg attracts numerous adventure lovers and leisure seekers from around the world. Rated as one of the best Ski destinations in the world, Gulmarg in Kashmir region at an elevation of 2,690 meters. Packed with tourists during the winter season, traveling solo here will connect you to several like-minded people. Moreover, activities like hiking, camping and golfing make the trip worthwhile for solo-travelers in the summer season.
If you love mountain biking, high altitude treks, and some strenuous activities then Leh is the place for solo-travelers. The most popular tourist destination attracts all kinds of tourists leisure seekers and adventure lovers. If you are on a solo escapade, Leh is the safest and serene place to be. Seeking for peace or real level thrills, Leh will cater to all your needs. The beautiful landscapes, snow-capped mountain and crystal clear lakes will make you fall in love with the place.