5 Places to Travel Solo in India

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31st Oct 2014

Rann of Kutch

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Sarahan

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Hampi

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Hampi

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Leh

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Leh

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Pushkar

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Kutch

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Traveling alone is a unique experience. You can do what you want to do. You don't have to depend on others. Solo travel is intensely personal. It's thrilling, fun and challenging at the same time. You learn many things about the place where you go to as well as you learn things about yourself.

Check out these places in India where you can travel solo and explore more about Indian culture.

It's a beautiful hamlet located in the Sutlej valley, in the Shimla district of Himachal Pradesh. This place is an ideal retreat for travelers who seek seclusion. It's famous for its rustic settings, slate roofed houses and small streams. If you are a nature lover, then you must visit this place.
Photo of Sarahan, Himachal Pradesh, India by Nancy Nance
Leh lies near the eastern part of Jammu and Kashmir. Leh is the perfect place for travelers who seek an escape from the busy city life. The place is famous for motorbiking, camping and trekking.
Photo of Leh by Nancy Nance
It's a small town in the Ajmer district of Rajasthan. It's a holy city of Rajasthan because of its association with Lord Shiva. People believe that this place was formed by the tears of Lord Shiva. Pushkar is famous for its culture and mainly, for its 'Pushkar Fair'. Travelers can enjoy the camel rides while exploring the rugged terrain of the Thar desert and they can know more about the local culture by visiting the small villages of the place.
Photo of Pushkar, Rajasthan, India by Nancy Nance
Hampi is a village in Karnataka and is famous for its wide range of heritage attractions. This region was within the Ashokan Kingdom during the third century BC and it used to be the capital of Vijayanagara Empire. This place amazing architecture; the monuments, the temples and the ruins tell the story of the vanished civilization of the kingdom of Vijayanagara.
Photo of Hampi, Karnataka, India by Nancy Nance
Once an arm of the Arabian Sea, it's an unique landscapes which has become a plain area encrusted with salt after it got separated by the sea by geological forces. It is a home to many endangered species and has become a favorite spot for solo travelers. The best time to visit this place is during the Rann Utsav to know about the culture of the people of the Kutch.
Photo of Kutch, Gujarat, India by Nancy Nance
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