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Travelling solo? 6 places in India for you

One thing everyone has on their bucket list is to travel solo. Traveling alone gives you a chance to get to know yourself better spiritually and emotionally. It is the perfect chance to trek a mountain or enjoy the beach. And you also don't have to worry about the plans or schedule set by your companion or fellow traveler.

A solo trip is a must for everyone as it gives you a different type of freedom. Also, when you step out of your comfort zone amazing things happen.

It will give you a perfect chance to taste the local cuisine, meet new people, learn about that culture, and maybe make some new friends.

So, your next trip has to be a solo trip and trust me you will have amazing stories to tell others.

One perfect location for your solo trip is- India. It is a beautiful country, and its mesmerizing culture, cuisine, beaches, mountains, sunsets, and wildlife will definitely make your trip meaningful.

Not sure where to go in India? Well, I have a list of  6 places that are perfect for a solo trip. Read on:

 

 

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1. Lahaul-Spiti

Lahaul-Spiti is an unexplored destination. The mountains and monasteries situated here will make this solo trip really memorable. To experience the full beauty of this place, it is crucial that you take a road trip. Reaching here is easy through road, and you can take a long trip via Manali, Leh and Rohtang Pass or you can visit both the places individually.

The roads are great so don’t worry about that. Book your tickets between May to October to enjoy these places. You can stay in the monasteries as there are no hotels.

2. Kasol

Kasol is a beautiful small village of India, situated on the bank of river Parvati. There are a great many things to do here, like trekking through the hills and fishing for trouts (You need permission for that).

Moreover, you can indulge in some water sports like rafting and so on. Visit this beautiful hill station between March and May. You can easily get here through well-connected rains and buses.

3. Bodh Gaya

For all Buddhist and spiritual people, Bodh Gaya is a must place to visit. A solo trip here will help you immerse yourself in the calm and serene environment of Bodh Gaya.

It is the place where Prince Siddhartha attained enlightenment. Thus a lot of people come here to meditate, or research or in search of peace.

There are hotels and Government apartments and bungalows where you can stay here. Reaching Gaya is easy through rail, road, and air and then you can go the monasteries. The best time to come here is between November and March. If you want to listen to the holy man Dalai Lama, plan a trip either in December or January.

4. Gokarna, Karnataka

If you are a beach person, you must travel to Gokarna. It is a temple town, but not many know that it has insane beach parties and bonfire. The best part is that there are numerous beaches all in succession to each other and beautiful than the previous one.

Plan your trip between October and March and enjoy the scenic view and travel by bus or train. If you wish to fly, the nearest airport is in Dabolim, Goa.

5. Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh

Another perfect and unexplored destination for solo travelers is Ziro. It is located in the lower district of Arunachal Pradesh, Subansiri.

The best thing about this place is the aroma of pine grove and orchids that fills the mountain. Also, you can catch a variety of flora and fauna here. Plan your trip around the Ziro music festival to experience the music surrounded by the beautiful hills.

The music festival takes place in September, otherwise visit this place anytime. You can reach by flying or taking a train to Tezpur.

6. Majuli, Assam

If you are a water baby, you have to go to Majuli. It is the world’s largest river island situated on the banks of Brahmaputra Assam.

The island here gets submerged during rainy season due to abundant rainfall. Bird watching is a great practice here as it has over 100 species of bird. Also, enjoy the neo-Vaishnavite culture and tradition while you are here.

Visit this place after monsoon and enjoy the hospitality of locals by living in the guest house or rooms. You can reach Majuli by taking a ferry ride from Jorhat, and you can reach Jorhat via bus from Guwahati.

Tell me in the comments below, which place got you most excited and why?

 

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