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Rishikesh, Kerala, Meghalya are worthy to go! Though kerala not in this time of monsoon ????
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North east indian states 1) Assam (Tea estate, world Biggest river island, One horn rhino) 2) Meghalaya (Cherapunjee, seven sisters fall) 3) Manipur (Biggest sweet wather lake) 4) Tripura (archeological wonder) 5) Sikkim (Himalayan jewel) 6) Mizoram (hidden pearl) 7) Nagaland (Hornbill and mysterious state) 8) Arunachal Pradesh (Indian Tibet) usually need 15 to 20 days to cover all 8 NE States. Budget travel. you should go once. for more information feel free to contact me +91-7085144145
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If you can specify your trip duration and budget could suggest a fiew I have tried :)
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Auli, Ladakh, Rishikesh, Varanasi Check my blog to know more
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Yelagiri is a not as famous as other tourist destinations in Tamil Nadu, but it is definitely breathtaking and has many places to visit. If you are looking for something unusual for your next solo trip, then this is the right place for you! It has all the best features of a good hill station like viewpoints, lakes, and parks. The main attractions here are, Yelagiri Adventure camp, Jalagamparai Falls, Puganur Lake, Swami Malai Hills and Nature Park. Yelagiri has ample of options when it comes to lodging. There are many decent resorts in Yelagiri which you can book at cheap prices. The cost of accommodation and food is very reasonable. The climate is pleasant throughout the year. It is a apt place for trekkers and hikers who want to unwind themselves. For economical stays- https://www.ulohotels.com/yelagiri-hotels-and-resorts
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Delhi, Rajasthan, Himachal, Kerala, leh, Northeast, karnataka and uttarakhand
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You can go to Himachal, Uttarakhand or Rajasthan for best offbeat and scenic destinations which are safe for solo travelers and affordable as well.
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You can plan to take solo trip to following places- Kasol Kheerganga trek Triund trek Hampta pass trek Kedarkanta trek Spiti valley
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Manali 2- Leh 3- Auli 4. Chopta 5. Kashmir 6. Pangong 7. Mcleodganj
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Leh - ladhak
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Best places for solo - Hampi, Badami, pondicherry, Pune, Mahabaleshwar, Coorg, Mysore, tawang, Shimla, etc
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You can visit Munnar and back waters in Kerala
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Dear fellow traveler, checkout the link below. This will help you out. https://traveltriangle.com/blog/places-to-visit-in-july-in-india/
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