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If you ask me, Rajasthan is lovely this time of the year. Just the perfect time to visit :)
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Where all in Rajasthan. I hve been to Jaipur
Do have a visit to shilling-Scotland of the east if u love mountains. U can also visit sikkim
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Coorg, Auli, Kasol, Rishikesh, Rajasthan.
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Kasol Rishikesh Goa
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Gangtok, darjeling, manali, shimla, auli
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Hyderabad
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South India
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Visit Kasol and tosh, if you live in Delhi
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Darjiling, sikkim, udaipur plus kumbhalgarh, ooty, kerala, mount abu.
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Udaipur. Rajasthan is renowned for its greathospitality and rich cultural heritage, but Lake City Udaipur has something more to woo a traveler. ...Shimla. ...Manali. ...Leh-Srinagar Highway. ...Rishikesh. ...Tawang Monastery. ...Khajuraho. ...Goa.
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If you want adventure in your solo traveling opt for trekking in chandrashila , it's out of the world experience during this time when everything is snow covered
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Any. Specific region you want to visit.. Because there are lots of places
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In south?
Hi, Pondicherry or Gokarna is a good option for solo travelling
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Is it too hot on pondicherry on this part of the year
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Kasol, Rishikesh, Kerala
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Pondicherry , Goa , Bengaluru .. perfect for solo adventure ..! check these
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