8 Lesser-Known Destinations for Your Best Solo Travel in India Ever

Read Time4 Minute, 1 Second

If you have been a traveler for years now – backpacking, group tours and family vacations, most of the travel recommendations will pay no heed to you. Traveled most of them already? Talking about India, there are several destinations that attract solo travelers, both male and female, from all across the world. From Kashmir to Kanyakumari, there are plenty of beautiful places for backpackers visiting India. We can bet you have not even heard of some of the best places as the same Rishikesh, Shimla, Udaipur and Manali is found when searching for best solo travel in India.

Not that these places are any less good but we know every traveler is different and some definitely love exploring offbeat places, especially when solo traveling. If you are one such traveler, we have got you a list of lesser-known yet amazing places for solo travel in India. Do not make any delay in booking cheap flight tickets to India from USA with Indian Eagle.

Orchha State

Among solo travelers or backpackers traveling to India, Orchha will soon be the best stop in the state of Madhya Pradesh. The small historical town in central India brims with exceptional architecture dating back to the 15th century. Having a population not more than 10,000, this place is an ultimate getaway for solo travel.

Things to do: Rafting in Betwa River, explore the Raja Mahal

Varkala

If you feel done with the beaches in Maharashtra and Goa, next time move towards the south in Kerala for a beautiful beach holiday at Varkala. You will see spectacular cliffs just adjacent to the beautiful Arabian Sea. It is a sight that will remain etched in your mind for long. The hippie culture of the place allows you to do whatever you want without any interference.

Things to do: Visit Papanasam Beach and Janardana Swamy Temple

Ziro

Arunachal Pradesh’s Ziro is one of the best solo travel destinations in India. It is a hub for economic activities and getting closer to the cultural values of the locals. This secluded utopian town is world famous for its annual music fest called The Ziro Music Festival or Ziro Valley Carnival.

Things to do: Go to Tarin Fish Farm to witness paddy cultivation, see the ancient Shiv Linga

Arambol Beach

To all the solo travelers, Arambol in Goa is an exceptional place to find solace in the party capital of India. You will find hippie foreigners settled here since years. Despite these foreigners around, the place doesn’t look anything like a night party location – it is that peaceful!  

Things to do: Book Laughing Buddha for your stay and eat at Fernandes Café

Dzukou Valley Bridge

Northeast India is so beautiful that all the towns deserve to be on this list but as we had to pick the best ones for you, here’s Dzukou Valley Bridge. Located in Nagaland, Dzukou shows warm hospitality to the tarvelers from far off lands. The valley is known for the awe-striking beauty and lovely range of flowers. The memories you capture here will stay with you for long.

Things to do: Go trekking to Dzukou Valley; go to the Vishwema Village located nearby.

Jibhi

Another from Himachal, Jibhi is one of the safe places to travel alone in India for a girl. Well, the entire Himachal is anyways safe for both men and women traveling from across the world. Jibhi is a small town like many other that are still unexplored in the hills of Himachal. Jibhi can best reached via Bhuntar or Aut in a private vehicle. You will be mesmerized by the beauty of calm river, the polished rocks and the wooden huts around.

Things to do: make a bonfire and sit by the river at night and do not miss visiting jalori Pass

Dhanushkodi

Solo travelers looking for a mysterious trip in India, Dhanushkodi is the place. Situated in the Pamban Island of Tamil Nadu and very close to the borders of Sri Lanka, this is an abandoned town that was destroyed in the Rameshwaran Cyclone of 1964 and thereafter, no one ever inhabited the place. Though just a dilapidated town today but still the carcass is gorgeous and the favorite sight for the photographers.

Things to do: Visit the dilapidated church.

Gurudongmar Lake

Named after the founder of Tibetan Buddhism, Guru Rinpoche, post his visit to the lake back in the 8th century, Gurudongmar Lake is among the highest lakes of the world. It is believed that Guru Nanak blessed the lake while passing by Sikkim and thus till date, it is considered as sacred. Another belief says that prayers here are often followed by childbirth in the devotee’s family.         

Things to do: Visit the nearby Chopta and Thangu valleys.


0 0
Happy
Happy
0 %
Sad
Sad
0 %
Excited
Excited
0 %
Sleppy
Sleppy
0 %
Angry
Angry
0 %
Surprise
Surprise
0 %

Leave a Reply

Close