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10 best destinations for Solo Trips in India.

Have you ever enjoyed your own company more than anyone?. Sometimes when we feel like everything around us is rushing, we find peace within ourselves. And this is the purest form of peace as it is not dependent on anyone else. Traveling alone is always a part of a travel enthusiast’s wish list. No schedules, no company. Just you, the place, and new people to interact with. Solo trips have been quite popular for the past decade. A trip where you can just be with yourself will bring a ton lots of positivity in your life. Especially the youth generation is fascinated with the concept of a solo trip.

When we talk about India, we hear diversity. Different states with different customs, rituals, lifestyles, food, weather, language, and also different experiences. India is a diverse nation. Hence, there are many places in India to enjoy your best solo trip. Even you can visit any region of India, you’ll always be able to find something different about each one of them.

Here are some places you can choose for your solo trip.

Manali , Himachal Pradesh

In the lap of the Himalayas, Manali is a tourist town. It is located in the mountains of the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. If we talk about the exact location, it is at the northern end of the Kullu Valley in the Beas River Valley. Manali is a small town with a population of 8,096. It is the beginning of an ancient trade route to Ladakh. It is one of the most crowded and popular hill stations. This place offers one of the best views of the Pir Panjal and the Dhauladhar ranges covered with snow for most parts of the year.

This place is a dream come true for trekking enthusiasts. River Beas offers options of river rafting near the town of Kullu. Hence, Manali is not only known for its natural scenery, but also for its adventurous activities. The majority of the time it snows in the months of December and January followed by April and March. When it comes to adventure, Rohtang Pass & Solang valley is very popular among tourists. It can be your favourite solo trip spot.

Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir

Srinagar is the summer capital of the union territory of Jammu and Kashmir. As it is in the northernmost area of India, it stays cold throughout the year. It is home to many beautiful and peaceful places. You can enjoy snowfall here in the winter season. Even in the summer season, you might need some warm clothing as the weather stays cold majorly. The famous Dal Lake is the second-largest lake in Jammu & Kashmir. This Crystal clear lake reflects the peaks of the Pir Panjal mountains. You can see beautiful “Shikaras” floating around the river. Shikara refers to a houseboat. You can take a walk in Shalimar Bhag which is the largest of the three Mughal gardens in Srinagar.  It is now a public park and is known as the “crown of Srinagar”.

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Goa is a state in western India with coastlines stretching along the Arabian Sea. The range of beaches and amazing sunset views. There are many tourist attractions in Goa. Though there are many beautiful and sunny beaches in Goa, still some specific beaches like Palolem Beach and Colva Beach have a special impression on visitors’ hearts.

But Goa is not just about beaches. It has much more to offer. As it is a coastal state, many water adventures attract tourists here. Also, it is home to Dudhsagar Falls. This is a beautiful four-tiered waterfall that is around 310 meters above the earth. Hence, it is India’s one of the tallest natural waterfalls. To reach the falls, you’ll need to make your way to the village of Colem by taxi or train.

Darjaleeing, West Bengal

Darjeeling is a cozy and beautiful hill station in West Bengal. It is very famous for its tea plantation agriculture across the whole country. A visit to Darjeeling is incomplete without a joyride at the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway toy train. This train goes on a very slow pace around the hills. , Tiger Hills make for a perfect sunrise for you. It offers a view of the first rays of sun hitting the twin peaks of Kangchenjunga, along with a panoramic view of Everest peeping through the peaks standing by its side.

Also, if you love heights then Darjeeling Ropeway is an incredible way to it. Darjeeling Ropeway is a cable car circuit where one can witness a range of beautiful landscapes, from the graceful snow-capped mountains to the charming valley crammed with verdant tea estates.

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Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh

Dharamshala is another wonder in the state of Himachal Pradesh. This is the place where the culture of India and Tibet meets. It is a perfect place for trekking while feeling a soothing breeze on your face. That’s what makes it the Topmost choice for people travelling. You can trek to its crown jewel, Triund and do a night stay under moonlight and stars blinking sky. Waking up below the clouds is so fascinating and calm that you can forget all your stress in Dharamshala.

The Namgyal Monastery is the largest Tibetian temple in India. It is the abode of His Holiness- Dalai Lama. Hence, it is one of the perfect spots when you want to ditch all the worries and take some rest.

Shimla, Himachal Pradesh

Shimla is the capital of Himachal Pradesh. It is the largest city in Himachal Pradesh. Shimla is home to many colonial architecture, churches and temples. As the city is in the northern region of the country, the beauty of the mountains never fails to attract tourism. This place is famous for its Shri Hanuman Jakhu (statue), Jakhu Temple, Christ Church, Mall Road.

Scenic view from the hills, clean air and beautiful sunsets makes this place an all-time favourite for solo travellers. There are many beautiful and small cafes offering a hill vibe.

Mumbai, Maharashtra

Mumbai is one of the most popular cities in the country. It is also known as the city that never sleeps. It is the commercial capital of India and also home to the Indian film industry – Bollywood. Mumbai has a beautiful range of beaches, nightclubs, theatres and much more.

Mumbai will feel like your own city as it is habitual for welcoming talent from outside. Also, it is home to many religious places like Shri Sidhi Vinayak temple, Shri Mahalaxmi Temple, Haji Ali Dargah, Iskon Temple etc. So you can surely go for a solo trip to the land of glamour.

Udaipur , Rajasthan

Udaipur in Rajasthan is also known as the city of lakes. It is home to the architect and historic beauty of India. Old forts, Huge Mahals, sand and lakes bring a vibe of history from this place. It is the abode of Maharajas. Thus a place of royalty and rich culture. Udaipur is home to many of India’s royal past like Havelis, forts, palaces, & temples which offers picturesque views.

A solo trip to Udaipur can bring lots of adventure and peace to your life.


As depicted by the name, Rishikesh is also known as the yoga capital of India. On the back of the holy River Ganga, Rishikesh is the all-time favourite tourist’s destination. This place got its first fame hit when the popular band the Beatles visited Maharishi Mahesh Yogi Ashram. Rishikesh is one of the most adventurous cities in India.

Solo Travellers here can go for adventures like trekking, river rafting, cliff jumping, bungee jumping, kayaking and rock climbing. As this place is known for its spirituality, you can always find peace there. This town offers diversity from spirituality to adventures. One can take blessings from the holy River Ganga around the Himalayan range.

Coorg, Karnataka

Coorg is one of the most popular hill stations in Karnataka. It is commonly called Kodagu. Coorg offers a scenic view and a peaceful atmosphere that gives a sense of a soothing stay. Mallalli falls in Coorg is located in the foothills of Pushpagiri, around 25 km from Somwarpet in the Western Ghats region. Coorg is called the Scotland of India. . The orange orchards, refreshing aroma of the coffee, and acres of verdant greenery can easily provide you with calmness and peace.

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