Safe Places To Travel Solo In India

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Rishikesh, UttarakhandFriendly locals, safe and cozy homestays, a plethora of adventure sports, and sumptuous meals on a budget—what’s not to like about Rishikesh? The quaint town in Uttarakhand is an ideal vacation spot for adventure enthusiasts and lazy vacationers alike. The best time to visit Rishikesh is between the months of September and March.

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Hampi, KarnatakaKnown for its architectural history and storied past, Hampi is a great holiday spot for solo travellers as well as those wanting to explore the hilly terrain with a group. Given how the region attracts a strong flow of tourists all year round, continual efforts are made to ensure the safety of travellers.

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Kasol, Himachal PradeshThere’s nothing quite like running off to the hills, miles away from the bustle. If something’s similar on your mind, look no further than Kasol. Located along the banks of river Parvati, Kasol is a great touristy spot to enjoy some time alone. Sign up for the iconic Kheerganga Trek if you can.

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Udaipur, RajasthanWith attractions like the majestic Aravalli hills, Lake Pichola, City Palace and the like, the White City is a solo traveller’s haven as much as it is as a big fat Indian wedding destination. Barring the scorching summers, anytime is a good time to visit Udaipur and dig into authentic Rajasthani delicacies for a break from the rut.

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Pondicherry, Tamil NaduFew things compare to the joys of chugging some good beer by the beach and basking in the sun.With must-visit spots like the Rock beach, Sri Aurobindo Ashram, fun temple runs and group cycling rides, the tiny town of Pondicherry promises to take the discerning traveller by surprise.

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