Post
Hey, Ayushi. October and November is a really good time for planning a trip. Where to travel, it also depends on your location and your preferences. However, I will suggest you to visit Harsil. It is a very small and straight out of heaven village in Uttarkashi, Uttrakhand . It is located at just 25km before Gangotri. You will see some of the best landscapes, apple orchards, Bhagirathi in it’s full glory along with the Buddhist temple and wooden houses. You can also visit Gangotri and trek to Gaumukh which is the origin of river Bhagirathi. I went there last year solo. Don’t forget to take a village tour to Mukhuba. Happy and safe travelling.
upvoteUpvote (2)messageComment (1)
Thanks Neha 😄
Hi Ayushi, Travelers on Tripoto have been talking about this. Please click on the cards below to read their experience. Thanks!
upvoteUpvote (1)messageComment (1)
Thanks Mohit
upvoteUpvote (1)messageComment
upvoteUpvotemessageComment
Rajasthan, Pondicherry
upvoteUpvotemessageComment
upvoteUpvotemessageComment (1)
Already been there, some other place ?
Go to uttrakhand and must visit india's last village "mana" and heavenly beautiful village Chopta.. you can trek to tungnath which is the world's highest Shiva temple.❤️ You can also do some of the treks in Himachal and see them in my profile.
upvoteUpvotemessageComment
Munnar,ooty
upvoteUpvotemessageComment
Pondichery, Gokarna If you love beaches!
upvoteUpvotemessageComment
Hey Ayushi, Rajasthan has always been my favourite when it comes to solo female travelling. You could choose from cities like Jaipur, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Jaisalmer. Manali is another great option. One good thing about these places is that there are a number of budget hostels available like Zostel, the Hosteller & Moustache hostels which is preferred by many solo female travellers from all around the world. Plus they are located in the centre of the city which is great for solo travelers. I stay in such hostels when I travel alone. I have stayed in zostel in Jodhpur, Jaisalmer & Manali solo.
upvoteUpvotemessageComment
Sikkim is one of the safest destinations for females. Also its the peak season to visit. I have visited the place around the same time last here - only my mom n me. Didn't face any kind of troubles - not even the slightest. Sikkim is a great destination and its people are well known for their hospitality. they are warm and honest people. You may visit my profile and get an idea from my sikkim blog
upvoteUpvotemessageComment
Depends... if you like trekking you can try Goechela or sandakphu. You are sure to be in for a treat, with great views of the mountains! If you want a beach holiday with the sun, good food and great night life, go to Goa. Goa not only has great happening beaches, but if one desires, there are plenty of much less crowded pretty awesome beaches! if you want to hit the jungles, try North east. Its a beautiful place with great shades of greenery!
upvoteUpvotemessageComment
Visit bhagsunath waterfall, and stay around bhagsu only. it's a beautiful and a peaceful village. above McLeod ganj!
upvoteUpvotemessageComment
Pondicherry, Goa, Kudremukh
upvoteUpvotemessageComment
Manali#bijlimahadev#jogni fall#
upvoteUpvotemessageComment
Pondicherry, Darjeeling, Gokarna, Hampi, Kodaikanal.
upvoteUpvotemessageComment
Go for Sikkim
upvoteUpvotemessageComment
Rishikesh or Himachal
upvoteUpvotemessageComment
Pondicherry, sikkim, cherapunjee, Darjeeling
upvoteUpvotemessageComment
Jaipur or Udaipur
upvoteUpvotemessageComment (1)
Hey thanks, I'm from Udaipur, so :D