Finding peace by traveling solo – the travel community worldwide is exploring this option and the abstract concept is gaining popularity. While traveling has always been related to fun achieved by groups, it has its own downsides. A traveler is bound by the group’s interests when exploring as a team. A group limits a lot of things especially the plan, the time spent at places, and individual interests. If you are a person, who needs to break free of this, who would stay a little longer to enjoy the sunset on the beach, or would need a serene trek up the mountains, then solo trips can be your saving grace!
Beyond the need to explore personal interests, solo trips also come in handy for people who need to get away from the busy schedules of life. Breaking the monotonous routines, travel solo to find peace to some of these places in India
1. Rishikesh, Uttarakhand
Referred to as the Yoga Capital of the World, Rishikesh at the foothills of the Himalayas with the sprawling Ganga and Chandrabhaga rivers, it’s the perfect spot to be spending time in solitude. Not just for peace, but enjoyment in terms of water rafting, bungee jumping also invite adventurous solo travelers
2. Shillong, Meghalaya
A breezy, cool place located in the highlands and as picturesque as any landscape in the world, Shillong is a sight to devour. Rightly called the ‘Scotland of the East, Shillong welcomes solo trip travelers to explore the beautiful peaks, gliding waterfalls, and clear lakes. Knowing about through the travel social network, you will know that the Shillong is a place of soulful music – a definite invite for people traveling alone
Exploring different cultures can be the interest of many people. Once colonized by the French, Pondicherry still exhibits vibrancy, culture, and the tastes of France, thus qualifying to be called the French Capital of India. The beaches, restaurants, and colonial architecture on the streets wouldn’t bore the person traveling alone. Solo travelers can grab a bicycle and pedal on towards a rejuvenating bicycle tour of this French town.
4. Gokarna, Karnataka
Thinking about missing beaches and it’s fun on the sands of Goa! Do not worry! Gokarna is a place of blue beaches and sprawling golden sands. There are so many beaches here that when you travel from one to another, you find your solo trip getting a lot better. You can pick hammocks to stay in or also cottages in this wonderful place. As a solo traveler, Gokarna also promises meet-ups with people of other cultures
5. Hampi, Karnataka
Beauty lies in the eyes of the traveler! Though technically referred to as the City of Ruins, Hampi promises a visual treat through the 450+ monuments and takes you back to the historical era. The structures with the backdrop of majestic hills speak volumes of the royalty that once existed there. If you are a solo traveler with interests in architecture and monumental exploration, then Hampi should move to the top of your travel spots.
More places of such breath-taking experience and assuring the serenity, that solo travelers search for can be researched through the largest travel social media app like Trotter it. Trotter it provides its users to connect with other trotters who love solo traveling and also look through their shared experiences.
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