5 exotic places in India to travel alone

Sometimes in life, you need to have the break from everything and everyone and wants some quality time alone… and you feel like travel and explore something alone. If you too feel the same way I do then I have a list of some places which you can travel alone and enjoy your peace and your time


The charming city of Nainital in Uttarakhand attracts tourists with its sublime natural beauty and it is a quiet little haunt for the piece of peace. Lake City, as it is popularly called, is a valley with a deep lake in the center. It is, in fact, an excellent getaway for spending some time alone in sheer tranquility in the lap of Mother Nature. The city has the stylish Tibetan Market, which sells latest clothing line at affordable prices, so you better keep your options open for shopping in Nainital and also mouth watering momos.


One of the most popular tourist destinations in India, Rishikesh is located in the foothills of the Garhwal Himalayan region. It is best known for White Water River rafting in the Ganges, Rishikesh is an ideal hub for backpackers that also give an opportunity for a yoga and meditation holiday as well as Spa & Ayurvedic. Some other notable adventure activities for solo travelers are cliff diving, bungee jumping, kayaking, rappelling and rock climbing.


Jaisalmer is an exotic location for a solo traveler. Other than exploring the fort city and ruins of Kuldhara village… camping and camel safari in the SAM Dunes are the major activities. Further, traveling to Jaisalmer during the Jaisalmer Desert Festival, which is usually held in February, allows you to seize the cultural aspects of the folk.


Alleppey is located in Kerala, Alleppey whizzes the mind of people seeking a calm and pleasant holiday in India. The picturesque canals, backwaters, beaches, and lagoons… backwater cruise in the Kettuvallam, rich culture of the folk that includes dance, music, festivals and food,  pilgrimage and numerous resorts that offer varieties of Spa and Ayurvedic treatments make Alleppey one of the exotic holiday destinations in India for solo travelers.


For a solo traveler looking for a hike in the Western Ghats in the middle of a rich bed of flora and fauna, Munnar in Kerala at an altitude of 1,700 meters is the perfect getaway. Munnar is noted for housing several threatened and endemic species and thus the destination pulls in several wildlife enthusiasts and nature lovers.

So my friends if you want to spend some ‘Me Time’ then just pack your bags and visit these places and have explored the world

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