India is a country with so many beautiful places. What’s more fascinating is that being a multi-diverse country, it is a great place for many vivid travelers. When you are so engaged by the diversified nature, the vibrant culture and rich heritage you don’t need to have someone else with you.
Traveling alone gives you the opportunity to focus and capture the most unusual scenes which you might miss when traveling with your loved ones. Here are some of the places to visit in your bachelorette phase:
If you are ready to do some strenuous activities like mountain biking, trekking at high altitudes then Leh is the best place for you. It has an Indo Tibetan culture and a lot of sacred monasteries which showcases a tourist destination. Pangong lake, Nubra valley are good places for camping and exploring nature to its fullest. Motorbiking in Leh-Ladakh region passes over the Changla and Khardungla which is nearly 5,360 meters and is the highest motorway road in India. The city also provides rented bikes for the bike enthusiasts.
If you have come to chill and party, then there is no better place than Goa. Goa is the state of hippies, trance dance, music, beach parties, liquor and a variety of good seafood, there’s no doubt that a solo traveler won’t have a good time. It is intriguing to know that it has one of the most beautiful and a variety of beaches and churches than any other place in India. In addition, you have innumerable beach activities like scuba diving, fishing, parasailing, etc.
It is located in the foot of the Himalayas in Uttarakhand. It is a famous tourist spot. Besides this, it is also considered a holy place. Rishikesh offers so many places to its visitors. So, if you are fond of adventure then you must visit this place with your bunch of people. Adventure tourism includes trekking, rafting, jumping heights, kayaking, biking, etc.
It is famous for the monsoon season. It is titled as the 2nd wettest place on the earth. It is located in Shillong, Meghalaya at a distance of about 58 km. You will be dumbstruck to see its natural beauty. It offers Great place for sightseeing. You can spend a lot of quality time in admiring its natural beauty. Seven sister’s waterfall, Double Decker Living Root Bridges, Nokrek National Park, Dainthlen falls, Mawsmai Cave, Mawkdok Dympep Valley View, Thangkharang Park, etc. are some famous spots to explore in Cherrapunji.
Munnar is Kerala’s beautiful hill station surrounded by hills and tea plantations. The hill station is famous as a tea town. Its beauty marvelously forces you to click the pictures of the lush green forest, wavy hills and its tea estates. The Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary, Eravikulam National park here are the major attractions and is home to the endemic and endangered species of Nilgiri Thar and Neelarkurinji.
Sangla valley is located in the lower Himalaya of Himachal Pradesh. It is a breathtaking valley on the banks of River Baspa. Rackham is relatively a less commercialized place located between Sangla and Chitkul. The beauty of this village is inexplicable. The village has no post office, no police station, no Internet or modern communication facilities. Hence, Rakcham bridges the gap between you and nature.
Gokarna offers a surprisingly beautiful view of the sunset from its beaches. This small coastal town in Karnataka is fast becoming a must-visit destination with each passing year. It has some gorgeous beaches like paradise beach, half-moon beach, Om beach, etc. People who are restless to discover the beauty of this place, generally go for trekking and visit the famous Mahabhaleshwara Temple here.
Yet another place in North India to discover. It’s not less than a paradise because of its unusual beauty. It is situated in Kullu, Himachal Pradesh. The best part of this place is the Parvati valley. To spend your entire day surrounding such a pleasant view is a rejuvenating experience. Tirthan Valley, Pulga village, Bhuntar town, Chhalal Village are another few spots to visit.
The capital as well as the most populous city of the Union Territory of Puducherry; with love, it’s referred to as “Pondy”. Pondicherry is also nicknamed as the “Paris of the East”. This city also consists of some breathtaking beaches, churches, and temples. People often came here in search of peace and some beautiful architecture.
A place which has a lot to say from the sunny beaches, gushing waterfalls, pleasant nature, and drooling food. Konkan has it all. Green paddy fields, milky crystal waterfalls running down the ghats and the green carpet of trees spread over the mountain. What more do we want? Apart from nature, the adventure sports at some of the beaches set your nerves high making the best of your time here.