Top 5 Destinations |   For Solo Travelling In India

Top 5 Destinations | For Solo Travelling In India

Top 5 Destinations | For Solo Travelling In India

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Travelling in India on your own terms brings you closer to the inherent diversity and the country. Here is a snapshot of some of the most popular solo travelling destinations in India.

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Travelling in India on your own terms brings you closer to the inherent diversity and the country. Here is a snapshot of some of the most popular solo travelling destinations in India. LADAKH Ladakh, lying on the northern tip of India’s frontiers, is truly unparalleled in its majestic beauty. Thrilling mountain passes, thin air, the awe-inspiring beauty around you—no other destination in India stuns you as much. KERALA The rich vegetation, biological diversity and gentle pace of village life in the backwaters beckon all kinds of travellers to Kerala. Solo travellers can spend the day exploring the splendid backwaters from the deck of a slow moving boat or lounge around on quiet palm-studded beaches. MUMBAI Bustling restaurants and quaint Irani cafes, flea markets and designer boutiques, harried traffic and local trains—Mumbai is an inebriating mix of contrasts. The art of experiencing Mumbailies in eating, shopping and wandering through strikingly different neighbourhoods and various markets. PONDICHERRY Cobbled streets lined with mustard-yellow townhouses and a surfeit of seafront cafes and restaurants entices many travellers to visit India’s own French Rivera. One of the best ways to get around the city is by walking. UDAIPUR Take a walk to any place in the picturesque city and you will spot historic structures that exude regal splendour. Fantastical palaces, museums, temples, havelis and countless narrow, crooked streets add to the charm of this Rajasthan destination.

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