Solo travelling is a whole other domain of travelling. Travelling alone is a way to learn more about yourself and to reflect within. Most people dread being alone on trips, not until they find out how liberating it can be and how much it can satisfy the soul from within. Given below are five spots that are just perfect to try travelling to all by yourself

 

  1. Manali, Himachal Pradesh

A true retreat for solo travellers. The green mountains and the snowy terrain can really take you to a whole new dimension of life. Thick pine woodlands and a spouting waterway cause it to appear as though you’ve ventured into an ideal world that only exists in books and movies. With two significant periods of summer and winter, you can choose what season you need to visit in to encounter Manali in an alternate way.

You can either travel to Bhuntar which is 10 kms from Manali or take a transport or train on the off chance that you need a more drawn out, increasingly picturesque way along the waterways.

 

  1. Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh

Being the spiritual capital of India, a solo trip to Varanasi can be a truly dumbfounding experience. It is packed with ghats, shrines, temples and sanctuaries, making it difficult to envision that a great deal of them were crushed in the medieval times. The most spiritual ceremonies of death occur out in the open so it’s anything but a prime destination for a fragile hearted person. Spending three days here is adequate to investigate the city and what it brings to the table.

 

  1. Pondicherry

Flanked with cafes, ice cream parlours and its French architecture, this cute little spot is ideal for a quiet, seashore escape. The cuisine in Pondicherry has a great deal of French impact and the breweries are modest with their quality and pricing, making it a spot to in the event that you need a genuine gastronomic experience. The Auroville sanctuary is a spot to visit in the event that you need to reconnect with your profound side.

 

  1. Gokarna, Karnataka

If water is your element and what you are looking for is a beach experience, this is the place to be. Despite the fact that it is a temple town, the beaches of Gokarna have an exciting vibe to it with beautiful bonfires and gatherings for all. There is hardly a pause in between each of the beaches. They are in succession with each other each being significantly more excellent than the previous beach. There are bungalows and visitor houses where you can live like a genuine explorer, getting a charge out of the moderate climate.

 

  1. Rishikesh, Uttarakhand

Rishikesh is more popularly known as the Yoga Capital of the World. There are different camps and inns to accommodate yourself in at Rishikesh  A three to four day outing is perfect, to break the repetitiveness of life and it very well may be done much over a weekend. Boating being the principle cause behind many people rushing to Rishikesh, mass ashrams for yoga can be found here. In the beautiful Haridwar there is the Swami Dayananda Ashram to stay in.

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