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Which are the best places to travel in India on a solo trip?

I am planning to go on a solo trip next month , and i am not sure which place to pick . Any suggestions?


4 Answers

answered by
Di

Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Bangalore (city)
  2. Goa (city)
  3. Hyderabad (city)
  4. Mumbai (city)
  5. New Delhi (city)


answered by
Alina from India

India has various places for solo traveler. You can visit AgraMathuraRishikeshDehradunShimlaLehSrinagarGoa


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Agra (city)
  2. Mathura (city)
  3. Rishikesh (city)
  4. Dehradun (city)
  5. Shimla (city)
  6. Leh (city)
  7. Srinagar (city)
  8. Goa (city)


answered by
Bryan from Raleigh

I've been to some of the Northern parts of India, and they are terrific. As far as traveling solo goes, I am recommending the following destinations because they are commonly visited by other travelers, increasing your chances of meeting up with others.

- Agra: it's an obvious choice but you can't miss one of the wonders of the world.

- Varanasi: this is hands down one of the most interesting places on Earth. Yes it can be touristy, but it's also big enough so that you can escape the tourists and have a real experience. Don't miss it.

- Udaipur: a nice, relaxing city with plenty of activities and things to explore.

- Jaisalmer: a fortress in a desert city, terrific all around.

Other destinations in Rajasthan are terrific too! And trekking up in the Himalayas is also great.

Good luck!


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. India (country)
  2. Agra (city)
  3. Varanasi (city)
  4. Udaipur (city)
  5. Jaisalmer (city)
  6. Rajasthan (region)
  7. Himalayas (attraction)


answered first by
Arpit from Jaipur, Rajasthan

Rajasthan will be the best place for Solo Trip


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Rajasthan (region)




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