All the places in the world are safe to travel for a solo women until you are taking proper precautions while traveling. I have many women friends who travel solo. Use offline maps, offline language translation, ignore less crowded place etc. As this is your first solo trip, opt for a touristy destination, so that you can make yourself comfortable initially and then start exploring offbeat places. Opt for Rajasthan. Highly recommended.
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Thank you so much πŸ˜€
Puducherry that's what comes first to my mind
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Hey! thanks for the suggestion πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€
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Hey thanks for the suggestion πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€
Sb jagah achi h .but my opeinion himachal jao or best h shima manali jao
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Okay Shimla Manali has always been on my bucket list πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒ thanks for the suggestion! πŸ˜€
Hi Snehal, Start with either Sikkim or Meghalaya. Small states, and you can n cover most of it in a couple of weeks. Also, very very very safe for solo travellers (men or women). Have fun!
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Hey Snehal! No worries! I just returned last month from Sikkim . You can check out my feed for places to visit and things to do in Sikkim. Also, I am heading to Rajasthan in July and I generally try to cover the entire state. So yea, feel free to join, if you have a partner who rides bikes.
Hey!! that's so sweet of you.. thank you for the suggestion πŸ˜€
It would best if you first try nearby in the radius of 50-100km of your house...then u can increase it by 200-400...this will make you feel secured...and gradually your confidence... which matters...or else no place in the world will be safe. all the best
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Yeah that seems like a great idea..thank you so much ❀️πŸ₯°