Hello Teja, I'm mentioning some destinations which you can travel alone and can spend some alone quality time: 1. Kasol, Himachal Pradesh 2. Udaipur, Rajasthan 3. Rishikesh, Uttrakhand 4. Kutch, Gujarat Rest, it depends on your interests. You can check these destinations and plan a solo trip.
Hi man You can go to Kolli Hills in Tamil Nadu on bike ride because you will crossing 70 hairpin bends which are highest in India and best part is the view from the top when you can see all those bends........ mesmerizing
Hi, You can go for Valley of flower,Heamkund sahib,Auli and maana with in budget Rs 2000- RS3000. I have covered these recently as solo traveller.ans follow was the plan. Day 1 : Take bus from Rishikesh for Govind ghat :RS 800 , and that buses cant stop on local dabha they always has stopage on Gurudwara for lunch or breaks.So no chargea for food however please dont miss to donate some amount or do seva on Gurudhwara.And stay night at Gurudwara Govind ghat Day 2 : Start journey early morning toward maana and kedarnath by sharing cabs charges RS 100-200. and stay night maana RS 500-1000. Day 3 Back to govind ghat and toward govind dham.
its 5-6 hrs trek 10kms.And stay night at Gurudhwara Govind Dham. Day 4 Start early morning trek toward Hemkund or valley of flower and back by evening at Govind dham Gurudhwara sahib. Day 5 Start early morning trek toward valley of flower (you need to get entry pass worth 100 for valley of flower). Back to Govind dham. Day 6 Start early morning trek toward govind ghat and stay night there. Day 7 Early morning pick bus toward Rishikesh back 800 Thanks
I think you should go to the north east side where not many tourists visiting. You can visit the caves in Meghalaya and also visit Nagaland and Manipur. Not many go on solo trips that side. The north east is like a hidden gem of India which should make it an ideal destination for a solo trip.
Hello dear, Firstly, wish you a happy journey. If you want a good place for a solo trip, then, Malaysia is the best choice for you. It is an amazing country, known for reflecting an eclectic blend of ancient customs, traditions, and culture with a dash of modernity. The country has a lot to offer to its discerning tourists in terms of tourist attractions in Malaysia like beautiful islands, beaches, quaint towns, heritage sites, and adventure sports. Recently I returned from my Malaysia trip. Not only it is a melting point of ethnic cultures, but also a blend of many different customs, cuisines, and religions all coexisting peacefully together. You can stay there in any Langkawi secluded hotels Malaysia like Ambong Ambong. From large island groups of mountains, fertile highlands, and tropical rainforest. I enjoyed there a lot. Hope your journey will be memorable also.