India has various regions that are completely different from each other. Be it snowy mountains up in the Himalayas, the ever pouring places in Meghalaya, or the hot throbbing desserts in Rajasthan. You can also enjoy the coastal region down south. There is no shortage of destinations to visit in India. Solo trips help in discovering things you didn’t know you liked. It’s all about giving yourself time, and detaching yourself from the world you are living in. When you are truly exhausted, these trips are a must and will help you to rejuvenate yourself. Here are 5 Solo Trips you must make once in your lifetime.
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1. Mussoorie, Uttarakhand
Also known as the Queen of the Hills, this hill station in India is one of the most preferred tourist destinations. It’s a paradise for leisure travelers. This hill station stands at an altitude of 7000 feet above sea level. This place is also known for its pleasant climate throughout the year. To get away from your chaotic life, plan a solo trip to this destination.
2. Cherrapunji, Meghalaya
For all the monsoon lovers, there is no better destination to visit than this one. This is the only place in India to receive rain throughout the year. This place is also popular for its living root bridges. If one needs to enjoy nature’s beauty at its best, this is a perfect place to visit. Cherrapunji in general is a good place for trekking. So anyone who craves adventure, plan your solo trip soon.
Also known as Puducherry, it is commonly referred to as just ‘Pondy’. Here you will get the perfect mixture of both french delights along with Indian traditions. The streets are so beautiful and charming with mustard-yellow colonial structures. This is going to be a refreshing solo travel trip. Pondicherry is definitely a treat to the eyes.
4. Kasol, Himachal Pradesh
Also known as Amsterdam of India, this place is a little village situated in Himachal Pradesh on the banks of the river Parvati. This place is famous for its trekking trails, which include treks to Kheerganga, Yanker Pass, Sar Pass, and Pin Parbati Pass. If you visit the village of Malana, you will feel the cultural vibes of Kasol. The people here claim to be the descendants of Aryan and they avoid interaction with outsiders. It is also called ‘Little Greece’. This place is a must-visit for all solo travelers.
5. Bodh Gaya
This is a place with both historical and religious importance. It is one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. This place is visited all throughout the year by people across the globe who come to visit monasteries and temples. Anyone who is interested in History or someone with a chaotic life can visit this place for peace. A place such as this is really incredible for solo travelers.