Cities for Solo Travelling That Require You And Nobody Else

By | February 23, 2018
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‘A good traveler has no fixed plans and is not intent on arriving.” (Lao Tzu) Sometimes all you need is a beautiful place to travel and no one except you. If you are from India, solo travelling can be a difficult choice to make.

But if your heart is a traveler and your urge to visit places is above all, don’t just let it die. Here are places for solo travelling:

 

#Gangtok

gangtopsource: The National     

Gangtok a city which many would believe is existing only in storybooks. Smiling people, and the culture will lure you to your heart’s core. There’re many places to visit there like Rumtek Monastery, Nathu La Pass, Tsomgo Lake, Hanuman Tok, Namchi, Do-Drul Chorten Stupa and the list goes on.

#Hampi

hampisource: Travel Triangle

It is 300 km away from Goa, set amidst an awesome boulder-strewn landscape along the banks of the Tungabhadra River 12 km away from the sleepy town of Hospet.There’re are many places to visit like Vitthala Temple, Virupaksha Temple, Lakshmi Narasimha, Anegundi, etc.

#Munnar

munnarsource: Paradise Holidays, Cochin

In the high forested ranges of Kerala, there is a valley watered by three rivers. The tea plantation makes us feel like a green carpet spread on the mountains. There’re are places which you can visit such as visit Echo point, Devikulam, Pothamedu, The Nilgiri Tahr.

#Dharamshala

Dharamsalasource: dezire2ride.com

This hill station with its magnificent view of the Dhauladhar range of the Himalayas is known all over the world for being home to the 14th Dalai Lama. Apart from this you can visit places like The Shrine of Bhagsunath, Namgyal Monastery, Gangchen Kyishong, Kangra Museum, and McLeod Ganj.

#Varanasi

vanarasisource: Audley Travel

A major religious hub in India and is the holiest of the seven sacred cities. The city is known worldwide for its many ghats, and other places like The Kashi Vishwanath Temple, Asi ghat to Kedara ghat, Manikarnika Ghat, Sarnath.

#Spiti Valley

spiti valleysource: Tripoto

The Spiti Valley is a cold desert mountain valley located high in the Himalaya mountains in the north-eastern part. It is the land between Tibet and India. Quaint little habitations, snow-capped mountains, verdure forests, crystal clear rivers and magnificent glaciers, these breath-taking views and the untouched natural beauty will make your feel alive.

#Ziro

zirosource: thepostread

Ziro is the peace seeker’s paradise. The pine hills and rice fields are a view to watch. You can visit places like Tarin Fish Farm, Talley Valley Wildlife Sanctuary, Kile Pakho, Shiva Linga, Meghna Cave Temple, Pine Groves.

#Pondicherry

 Pondicherrysource: Wikipedia

A major part of this city is French settlement known as the white town. Most of the buildings are painted in bright colours of red, yellow and orange imagine the view and there’re places to visit like Serenity Beach, Promenade Beach, Immaculate Conception Cathedral, War Memorial, Pondicherry Museums.

#Mysore

solo travellingsource: Travel Trip India

The rich heritage is mesmerizing. It is famous for art, literature, music and dance and you can visit to Mysore Palace, Mysore Zoo, St. Philomena’s Church,Shri Jayachamarajendra Art gallery.

#Jaisalmer

solo travellingsource: lisabrockman.wordpress.com

It is a city that rises from the desert like a golden mirage. The marvelous culture with harsh climatic conditions makes it a beautiful experience. The Jaisalmer Fort, Manak Chowk and Havelis, Temples, Thar Desert, Raikas, etc are the places to visit and best for your solo travelling.

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