Choose between Hills And Beach....If you are Hill person then start with Himachal and Uttrakhand and if you are beach person then head to goa or pondicherry . But most important just choose a place and go....make new friends see new place .. Just take a leap of faith...And Start
Hey Ranu, I think trekking is the best way to start solo travelling. I would suggest the following places : 1)Kheerganga trek(One day trek, Parvati valley-Tosh, Malana, Kasol) 2)Triund trek (One day trek, Dharamshala-Naddi, Dalhousie, Macleodganj) 3)Prashar lake trek (One day trek, Mandi) 4)Kedarkantha trek (5 days trek, Uttrakhand-Dehradun, Rishikesh, Mussourie) Happy travelling!!!!!
If you're finding peace, away from the chaos of metro life, where you can breathe properly. I have a few tips for you.
Because I have traveled a lot.
I do love both Mountains and Ocean.
But still, if you're concerned about peace, mountains are better. Shillong, Meghalaya
The mountains, cold breezes, the curvy roads are mesmerizing here. Leh-Srinagar Highway
Road trips are fun with friends, but it's something else when you decide to take one alone. The highway from Leh to Srinagar is full of scenic beauty and will give you the much-needed thrill. It is a perfect escapade for all the backpackers who want to travel to a quiet place and spend some time alone. Ziro Valley
Ziro Valley is the heartland of every solo traveler. The place is serene and beautiful and will leave you alone with just your thoughts for company. The stunning natural beauty is like nectar for the soul. You will discover a little about yourself in every hue of Ziro Valley. Gomukh
The rigorous journey through the treks of Gomukh motivates you to keep going on your own. You don't need anyone but yourself to fall in love with the beauty of this exotic place. Brace the mountain air along with the bustling river and experience the best of traveling alone. Leave everyone behind and indulge in the serene sights. Tawang Monastery
Looking for inner peace? There is nothing to plan. Just pack your bags and visit Tawang on your own. You don't need anyone to accompany you because here you will rediscover yourself. Retrospect and meditate in the monastery surrounded by snow-capped mountains and tranquil streams and lakes. Good Luck!!!
Start with crowded places like Shimla, Manali, Rajasthan etc. as you can easily get guidance if there is any confusion or something like that. If you go to any remote village for the first time, it can be hectic.
A solo trip is a great way to explore the world and oneself. I've spent a lot of time backpacking in the UK, Europe, Australia and all on a budget. Heck, sometimes with only £10 in my pocket. Give me a shout if this part of the world is of interest to you. I'll be happy to share tips and tricks of backpacking in these areas on a shoestring budget.
If you're a mountain lover then, Chandrashila Summit. Even, if you take N number of breaks in between, you will complete it in 5-6 hours. You will not only be doing trek to Tungnath Mahadev but summit too. Additionally, the view which you get is mesmerizing. Let me know if you want to know any information. Happy Travelling :)
Yes, it is perfectly safe. Also, read about it before going to solo trip. I have just published about my trip to Chandrashila. You can read it and if you have any questions then, let me know. Will be happy to answer.
A lot will on your preferences:
beaches, mountains, city life, history, India, international, near your hometown. I would though highly recommend Rajashtan - Jaipur, Udaipur, Pushkar I would also suggest you to stay in hostels if you also want to meet new people and have an added experience to your travels!
I would suggest according to your taste and budget, If you are a mountain person than kasol, darjeeling are some popular place to be their in your first time, Beach people will love goa or Kerala in their first time. if you really want an adventure to be in than go for North East. Happy travelling!!