The Budget-Friendly Best Destination in India for Solo Trip

Travelling to your favourite destination all alone can be the best and the most exciting thing you can ever dream of. Although it sounds a little bit weird but it can actually be the most thrilling, adventurous, rejuvenating thing you can gift to yourself where you can enjoy the priceless ‘

The Budget-Friendly Best Destination in India for Solo Trip
The Budget-Friendly Best Destination in India for Solo Trip

Travelling to your favourite destination all alone can be the best and the most exciting thing you can ever dream of. Although it sounds a little bit weird but it can actually be the most thrilling, adventurous, rejuvenating thing you can gift to yourself where you can enjoy the priceless ‘Me Time’, overcome fear and broaden the horizon of your own. It’s the most rebellious way of gaining self-love and knowing yourself far better than you are. Although it sounds a bit fancy, you can actually afford it which is pocket-friendly as well. We have figured out some of the best destinations within India where you can enjoy the vacation with the company of the serenity of nature along with priceless ‘Me Time’.

Ladakh

Are you a lover of thrill-seeking adventure? Then a trip to Ladakh can be the best option for you. Moreover, high terrain, snow-clad mountains, icy glaciers, sparkling lakes, unique culture, ancient Buddhist and great swaths of serenity changed this land of high passes a must-visit for solo travelers looking for adventure and serenity. You can do adventure activities, like trekking, mountain biking, quad biking, river rafting. The main attraction of the visit will be spotting a snow leopard, which can be seen in only a few locations across the world. 

Varkala

Varkala is a beach town, ideal for soul-searchers who want to be close to nature, sun, sea, sand and serenity. The best part is that it is not touristy compared to other beach towns in India, like Goa. 

Hampi

The amazing places which is situated in North Karnataka, Hampi is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with plenty of draws for solo travellers.  You can explore the remnants of the ancient edifices that dates back to the Vijaynagara Empire and marvel at the intricate carvings, intriguing rock formations and stone boulders.

Kasol

If you are looking for a serene time with with nature, Kasol is the perfect destination. The mesmerizing beautiful scenery around every bend will nourish your eyes and soul, while a plethora of treks and treads around (like Kheerganga, Sar Pass, Pin Parbati Pass and Yanker Pass) will satiate the thrill-seeker in you. 

Gangtok

Situated in the Sikkim Himalayan region, Gangtok is packed with some spectacular landscapes that anyone who loves immersing in nature shouldn’t pass up. Also, being home to different ethnic groups, this place offers a refreshing and unique cultural experience. You can go for cable rides and enjoy the panoramic vistas of the city, or go trekking, mountain biking, paragliding, and river rafting on River Teesta. 

Pondicherry

Features a noticeable French cultural influence, a plethora of beaches, and quaint cobbled streets dotted with colonial architectural style houses and an array of seafront restaurants and cafes, it is a perfect destination for solo travellers who want to combine art, history and culture with a beach holiday.

Spiti Valley

Spiti Valley is a treasure of captivating landscapes and unblemished wilderness. The snow-clad mountains, lush forests, scenic lakes and valleys, picturesque hamlets and vibrant Buddhist monasteries are among the most stunning thing to be observed in Spiti Valley.