Top 5+ Tourist Destination for Solo Traveling for Solo Traveling

Tourist Destination For Solo Travelling

Top 5+ Tourist Destination for Solo Traveling for Solo Traveling

There are many people in the world who like to go on a trip with a group, while there are many people who want to go solo on every journey, if you also like going alone, So this Tourist Destination is perfect for you ..

Tourist Destination For Solo Travelling

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Dharamshala

Dharamsala, located in the Dhauladhar mountain ranges of the Himalayas, is a well-known tourist spot in Himachal Pradesh. There is a gathering of domestic and foreign tourists throughout the year. There are Beed and Beeling villages nearby, where you can go para-gliding. If you feel like trekking, then go to Triund. If you want to live in a tent, then camping in Triund can also be done. The nearest railway station is Pathankot and the airport is Gaggal, Kangra.

Rishikesh

Rishikesh

If you want to go to an ashram and do yoga and meditation or rafting in the fast streams of the Ganges, then welcome to Rishikesh. When you come here, you will see how many solo travelers of your kind will carry their backpack. Most of the foreign backpackers coming to India definitely come to Rishikesh. If you want, then take a local bus from here and go anywhere in the mountains of Uttarakhand. The nearest railway station is Rishikesh and the airport is Jolly Grant, Dehradu.

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Sikkim

Sikkim

The small state of India in the Northeast, Sikkim is quite safe for solo travelers. There is Himalayas all around, wherever you go. Taxis can be reserved for commuting. If you want to roam for less money, you can take a shared taxi. There is no dearth of hotels and guesthouses in the capital Gangtok. Must visit places like Pelling, Lachen, Lachung, Gurudongmar Lake and Nathu La. Views like this can hardly be found anywhere else. The nearest railway station to here is New Jalpaiguri and the airport is Bagdogra.

Manipur

Manipur

Manipur is no less beautiful in far northeast India. However, this place is suitable for experienced solo travelers. The mountains of Myanmar can be seen clearly from Shiroi peak in Ukhrul hills. Indians can visit Myanmar for a day without a visa from Moree, the last village in India. If you get a glimpse of Myanmar with Manipur, then it will be icing on the cake. The sweetness of the oranges on the hills of Tamenglong is no less than the oranges of Nagpur. Do not forget to visit any village of Naga and other tribes. The nearest railway station is Dimapur and the airport is Imphal.

Kerala

Kerala

Kerala is a suitable place for beginner solo travelers. There is a good facility of public transport in this small state. One can travel by road, rail and even by steamer to go from one place to another. On one side there are tea gardens spread over the hills of Munnar and on the other side the backwaters of Alleppey. Foreign tourists between Kovalam and Varkala attract many. Ernakulam / Cochin and Thiruvananthapuram have major railway stations and international airports.

Jaisalmer

Jaisalmer

If you want to have a glimpse of gold-like deserts, forts, havelis and the majestic luxury, then go to the western corner of India. In the day, after seeing Jaisalmer Fort, go out towards the desert of Sama. In the evening, riding the camel in the miles of desert there, the feeling of seeing the sun behind the sand dunes is supernatural. You can go camping in the desert at night under the starry sky. Far-fetched urban glare will not be found. If you get to eat ker-sangri vegetables, dal baati and churma, then your journey was successful. The nearest railway station is Jaisalmer and the airport is Jodhpur.

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