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Uttarakhand is good for solo female traveller and trek. People and She teams there are really good they even help you in case of any emergency. But for a snow trek I'll recommend you to book a guide cuz you don't get hot food and hot water while on trek unless you have a local guide.
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Manali can be a good destination for solo female travelers. I suggest you go for group camping trip as it is completely safe and you can travel without any stress of deciding or planning the trip. You can also look into the camping trips Tripoto itself has to offer as I can assure you that it is a quality and a scam-proof site. Hope it helps :)
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Rishikesh -(Uttarakhand) is the safest and best place for girls for Camping and Trekking ....
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You can join girl travel groups and gain confidence.. And later on move to solo trips once you are prepared. I would suggest a thorough study up on the place you plan to visit before your solo trip.
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Hey preeti... hope you're doing well... I'd just like to say that if it's your first time trekking and traveling it would be better if you don't take the solo route....always better to get some experience first and then start with the solo travel... I think it totally depends on what kind of place you're trekking and camping cause at times between the forests and all there's a risk of wild animals... I hope you liked the answer keep traveling. Regards, Lokesh
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Thank you... yes I think I agree with that too.. ๐Ÿ˜Š
Himachal is a safe place.
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Visit Jibhi
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Good places near by Mumbai 1.pavna lake 2. bhandar dhara 3. kamshet many good places provide packages of solo camping too .
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I Would Suggest You : Sikkim
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Sheeshnag, Kashmir. (Summers only)
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Shimla, Himachal Pradesh Shimla, the picturesque capital city of Himachal Pradesh, is located at the foothills of the Himalayas and offers a unique travel experience with its snow-capped mountains, forests, lush green valleys, placid lakes, and pleasant climatic conditions. Apart from these natural attractions, the region also boasts of several man-made wonders including religious places, historical structures, museums, and the lively Mall Road. Away from the hustle-bustle of large cities, Shimla makes for one of the best honeymoon destinations in North India. Best Time to Visit: March to June. November to February is ideal for experiencing snowfall and enjoying snow-related adventure activities Key Attractions: The Ridge, Mall Road, Jakhoo Hill and Temple, Kalka-Shimla Railway, Christ Church, Himachal State Museum, Indian Institute of Advanced Study, Green Valley, Tara Devi Temple, Mashobra, Kufri, Chail, and Chadwick Falls. Learn about the top places to visit in Shimla Zenithholidays gives the best advice to their customer for there trip to extra memorable and provides full facility during there journey.
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Jalori and jibhi
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Hello Preeti ๐Ÿ‘‹ There's no better place to find yourself other than travelling solo. But try to be secure and safe mentally and physically as well. You can join our trip to explore Uttarakhand , we will do trekking , camping , bonfire , DJ night , adventure sports I.e rafting g , cliff jumping , zipline , Skywalk, Burma Bridge etc. We will depart in the month of feb in 3rd week. I will share the itinerary of our adventure trip. Feel free to ping me on Whatsapp 8840195373.
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Hello Preeti, If this is your first trekking plan then I extremely suggest you please take a place for trekking which is not too tuff but easy and without any trekking agency or with any other. Do it your self please search trekking routes in sikkim there are some good , excitemental , and natural trekks.
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