Planning A Solo Trip? Here Are The Top Spots In India!

Written By

Ruchika Mandora

In the "Land of High Passes," you can go hiking, mountain biking, or ride Bactrian camels, among other exciting things.


Delhi is home to New Delhi, India's capital. Most tours of the nation begin in this vibrant metropolis.


Varkala is a laid-back beach town that is perfect for people who want to find themselves while enjoying the sun, sea, and peace and quiet.


This coastal city is a mix of the old and the new, with ancient churches and historic sites right next to skyscrapers.


Hampi, one of India's 38 Unesco World Heritage sites in eastern Karnataka, is a must-see for history, architecture, and religion buffs.


Six diverse national parks, over a dozen wildlife sanctuaries, and two tiger reserves in the Western Ghats and Sahyadri Ranges offer great trekking.


In Kasol, Himachal Pradesh, on the Parvati River, merge with nature. This place is popular for camping and pine forest trekking.


This charming hillside hamlet, a popular British Raj summer destination, has some of the country's most stunning scenery.


Before trekking, mountain biking, paragliding, and rafting on the Teesta River, ride its cable car for city views.


This picturesque hillside town, a backpacker's dream with cheap hotels and hostels, offers skiing, whitewater rafting, hiking, and paragliding.