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Best Travel Locations for Solo Trips in India

05 Jun, 23

Savita Bansal

Best Travel Locations for Solo Trips in India

If you want to travel alone in India, there are many unique places to enhance the excitement of your travel. India is a country where you can find everything. India is a country of diverse cultures, languages, and architecture.

India has geographical diversity in the form of mountains, plains, plateaus, deserts, and Iceland. India has different languages, various types of food, different festivals and different religions.

India is one of the most religiously diverse countries in the world, with Hindus, Muslims, Christians, Sikhs, Buddhists, Jain, and many others. People of various religions, cultures, castes, and sects have been living together. They have been living together for numerous centuries. This shows the violent forbearance and concinnity of the Indian people.

The Himalayan Mountains, the northern plains, the Indian Desert, Peninsular Plateaus, coastal plains, and islands are the main geographical features of India.

Here we are going to explain some beautiful places in India.

1. Kerala



Kerala is called God’s own country. It means Kerala has the grace of God. It is also called the spicy capital of India. 

Here are some sightseeing places in Kerala.

  1. Allepy
  2. Kochi
  3. Munnar
  4. Wayanad
  5. Varkala
  6. Kuvalam

2. Delhi



Delhi is the capital of India. Delhi has many historical monuments and tourist places, like a spice market, a wholesale market for fruits and vegetables, and unique museums like National Museum, India Air Force Museum, and National Science Centre.

Delhi is also called Mini India because its culture, language and festivals are a mixture of all people of India. There are many places worth seeing in Delhi.

Here is the list of these places.

  1. Qutub Minar
  2. Redfort
  3. Akshardham temple
  4. India gate
  5. Lotus Temple
  6. Museum of Illusion Delhi

3. Jaipur



Jaipur is the capital of India’s Rajasthan. It is also called the pink city. It is also called the Paris of India.

It is spread over 467 square km, and in 1876 Prince of Wales visited India on a stint. So Maharaja Ram Singh of Jaipur painted the whole megacity pink.

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Here are some worth seeing places in Jaipur.

  1. Hawa Mahal
  2. Jantar Mantar Jaipur
  3. Nahargarh Fort
  4. Amer fort
  5. Jal Mahal.
  6. Birla Mandir
  7. Govindji temple
  8. Central Park
  9. Ram Niwas garden
  10. Johari Bazar

4. Agra



Agra is a city on the banks of the Yamuna River in the Indian state of UP. Agra is a popular tourist destination. The Taj Mahal is one of the seven prodigies of the world. Agra has a rich history in its monuments.

Agra was founded by Sikander Lodi, ruler of the Lodi dynasty, in the 16th century. It is famous for its lavish crafts like pietra dura, work rugs and leather goods, and petha.

Here Is the list of some famous places in Agra

  1. Taj Mahal
  2. Agra Fort
  3. Sikandra Akbars Tomb
  4. Chini Ka Rauza
  5. Itmad – Ud – Daula
  6. Mariam’s tomb.
  7. Ram Bagh
  8. Nagina Masjid.
  9. Mehtaab bagh
  10. Jama Masjid

5. Nainital, Uttarakhand



Nainital is a famous Hill Station situated in the Indian state of Uttarakhand. It is located in the Kumaon foothills of the Himalayas. Nainital is known for its pleasant climate. It is a popular sightseeing destination for both domestic and transnational trippers.

Here is a list of some famous places in Nainital

  1. Naina Devi Temple= belongs to Goddess Naina Devi. It is located on the northern reinforcement of Naini Lake.
  2. Naina Lake.= It is surrounded by hills, and it looks pear-shaped. You can go boating in the lake.
  3. Naina peak.= It is the highest peak in Nainital. You can see the snow-capped Himalayas. It is also known as China Peak.
  4. Bhimtal= Bhimtal Lake is situated near Nainital. It is a sightseeing place in Nainital. It is larger than Naini Lake.
  5. Mall road= It is the main market of Nainital. It has numerous shops, cafes and hotels.
  6. Eco Cave Gardens= It is one of the most popular natural caves among tourists.

6. Manali



Manali is a hill station located in the Beas River Valley. It is notorious for its natural beauty and affable climate. Manali is also famous for adventure sports like trekking, river rafting, mountain biking, paragliding, zorbing, skiing, etc.

Here is a list of some famous places in Manali

  1. Hidimba Devi Temple= The temple belongs to Hidimba Devi, the wife of Bhima. It was built in 1553.
  2. Manu temple= The temple belongs to Manu, who is the creator of the world in Hindu mythology. It is situated in Old Manali.
  3. Rohtang pass= It is surrounded by mountains and is a gateway to the Lahaul and Spiti Valleys.
  4. Solang Valley= is famous for its landscapes and adventure sports. You can do some adventure activities like trekking, skiing and paragliding, zorbing, etc.

7. Ooty



Ooty is a Famous Hill Station in the Nilgiri Hills of Tamil Nadu. It is famous for its tea plantation landscapes. The temperature ranges from 15 degree Celsius to 25 degrees Celsius during the summer months.

And in winter seasons, it drops 5 degrees Celsius to 10 degrees Celsius. Ooty has Avalanche Lake, pykara falls, Rose Garden, Wax World Museum, etc. Ooty is surrounded by green hills, dense forests, and sprawling tea gardens. It is a very popular destination among tourists.

The Nilgiri Mountain Railway was declared a heritage site by Unesco. The train connects Ooty to Mettupalayam. The train passes through tunnels, bridges, and tea estates.

8. Darjeeling, West Bengal



Darjeeling is a hill station known as the Queen of Hills. It is situated in the foothills of West Bengal. The cultural diversity of the area is also displayed with citizens from various states. It is also famous for its beauty, tea plantations, and colonial charm.

Darjeeling is home to the Himalayan Mountaineering Institute. It provides mountaineering courses. Naidu Himalayan Zoological Park has no leopard or red pandas. The hills and mountains of Darjeeling provide adventure sports like trekking.

Popular trekking routes include the Singalia Rich Trek and the Sandakphu Trek. Darjeeling has a Tibetan and Buddhist influence, and many monasteries can be found around the town.

Tiger Hill is popular in Darjeeling. It has 3rd highest mountain Kanchanjunga.

9. Mumbai



Mumbai is the largest city in India. And the capital of the state of Maharashtra. It is situated on the west coast of the country. 20 million people live here.

It is the most popular megacity in India. Mumbai is also called the city of dreams because it has a film industry, which we know as Bollywood.

 Mumbai is also famous for its culture. There are many sightseeing places like the Gateway of India, Marine Drive, Elephanta Caves, and Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaja Terminus. Mumbai has the Bombay Stock Exchange, the National Stock Exchange of India and many multinational corporations.

10. Varanasi



It is situated in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. It is one of the holiest cities in India which is located on the banks of the Holy River Gangas. It is the place of Lord Shiva.

The city is mainly famous for its ghats. It has 88 ghats. It is used for bathing, meditation, and religious ceremonies.

 Kashi Vishwanath Temple belongs to Lord Shiva. It is a famous temple in Hinduism. It is one of the 12 jyotirlingas. The Ganga aarti ceremony is performed in the Dashashwamedh ghat.

The Aarti is an attractive sight for both locals and tourists. Sarnath is a famous Buddhist pilgrimage. Gautam Buddha delivered his first speech here. Varanasi is famous for its silk-weaving industry.


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