Best Solo Travel Destinations In India


India is a country with immense beauty that needs to be explored. It provides us with best solo travel destinations and gives us an opportunity to create a unique bond with strangers. Solo trips are way much exciting as they offer us to have a contact with other tourists and the local people and get the best out of our travel. Here are some of the best solo travel destinations in India. Have a look and Get Set Explore!


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Situated on the south western coast, Goa is one of the most famous tourist spot because of its beaches, beauty and cuisine.

BEACHES: Baga, Morjim, Candolim and Calangute, Sinquerim, Arossim, Majorda, Benaulim and Varca, Mobor, Cola, Palolem. Visit these finest beaches of Goa and add on to your beach exploration.

CHURCHES: Basilica of Bom Jesus, Se Cathedral, Church of Our Lady of the Mount, Church of St. Cajetan, Mae De Deus Church, Church of St. Francis of Assisi, St. Diogo’s Church, Santa Cruz Church. These are some of the most famous and frequent visited churches of Goa. Go ahead and let yourself free in their mystic aura.

CUISINE: Try out the lip smacking cuisine of Goa that includes rice, seafood, vegetables, meat, coconut, pork with added flavours of local spices.
Best time to give your solo trip a try for Goa is from November to February with the temperature between 21°C-28°C.



A hamlet in Himachal Pradesh, Kasol provides you with the picturesque landscape, mountains, flowing water and bliss to your eyes. Also known as mini Israel, Kasol is a safe solo travel destination. Engulf yourself in the serenity of nature and enjoy the adventures that Kasol holds for you like Kheerganga Trek, Riverside Camping, Malana’s beauty, Sar Pass trek, Street shopping and many more exciting activities.

Best time to visit this paradise in India is from October to June and March to May. Get your backpack and set yourself to this exciting adventure with nature and its scenic beauty.



The Holy city of Rishikesh is situated in Uttrakhand with a great view of Himalayas and holy Ganga flowing beside it. Famous for its ashrams and temples, this pilgrimage city offers a wide range of exciting activities to its tourists and for those who seek some adventure.

There is so much to do here in Rishikesh to give you the experience of your travelling life. One can go for river rafting, camping, bungee jumping, hot air balloon experience, Gang Aarti adding to your spiritual aura, Lakshman jhula and Ram Jhula offering you a fascinating view, beautiful Neer Gaddu Waterfall, paragliding, waterfall rappelling, rock climbing and the list of the adventures go on and on.

Best time to get to this adventure is October to February when you can enjoy with the chilly weather and June to September with the monsoons.



Nothing can beat the excitement of visiting a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Hampi, also known as the City of Ruins, is an ancient village in Karnataka (the South Indian State). Famous for the ruins of medieval Hindu Kingdom of Vijaynagar; Hampi attracts the travelers and explorers because of the unique and excellent workmanship. People come here to admire the beauty of sculptures that are basically ruined but stands out the most because of their textures and styles.

Visiting Temple Ruins is a must if you are planning an adventure in Hampi. Give a try to Hampi’s giant boulders and climb them. Experience the simple stay at Hippie Island (Virupapur Gaddi). Climb up the Matanga Hill for a picturesque view.

Best time to seek out this adventurous trip to Hampi is around October to February. Monsoon season is yet another period to pay a visit here but then you will not be able to explore the boulders as they become slippery because of rain.



State of royalty: Rajasthan is famous for its huge, beautiful and ancient palaces that give an aesthetic look. This Indian State as a whole is a tourist attraction and as a solo traveller you have a lot to explore.

Dausa, Dholpur, Tonk, Karauli, Bhilwara, Hanumangarh, Sri Ganganagar, Shekhawati, Baran, Pali, Jalore, Barmer, Nagaur, Sawaimadhopur, Bharatpur, Udaipur, Pushkar, Kota, Jodhpur, Jhalawar, Jaipur, Mount Abu, Rajsamand, Jaisalmer, Ajmer, Alwar, Banswara, Bikaner, Bundi, Chittorgarh, Dungarpur; these are the places that provides a feast to the tourist’s eyes. While exploring Rajasthan how can one forget about its cuisine?

Try out Daal Bati Choorma and Laal Mass and give an exotic treat to your taste buds. Do not miss out the spicy food and street shopping. Go for Safari, Hot air balloon ride, Desert camping, Kite festival, Ajmer Sharif, Zip lining. Rajasthan holds many adventurous activities for its tourists.

Best time to visit Rajasthan is from October to March.
So, plan out your solo trip and explore the diversity of India with exciting and adventurous activities. Let yourself free in the eternal beauty of nature and try out new things.




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