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Solo Female Travellers: 11 Best Places To Plan A Solo Trip To

It’s official: women are leading the way in the travel industry. So here are some places you can go safe and solo.

Solo Female Travel
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It’s unsurprising that the lady travellers of the universe are going it alone in this age of female empowerment. As an old wise woman once sang… ‘Who travels the world? – Girls!’ Or something along those lines. It’s official: women are leading the way in the travel industry. So here are some places you can go safe and solo.

Top Indian Destinations to Plan for Solo Female Travellers:


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Peaceful and, more importantly, secure! Nainital is one of India’s best solo female travel destinations. Nainital, located in the tranquil valleys of Uttarakhand, is home to the Kumaoni people, who believe in smiles and warmth. Enjoy your solo trip by staying in a homestay and engaging with the warm stories and hearts of the people you meet.


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Mysore, which is rich in culture and history, is one of the best places for females to travel alone. Because of its extensive shopping districts, the streets are crowded until late at night and are safe for tourists of all ages. If you choose Mysore, don’t forget to eat delicious food that will leave you wanting more.


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Shimla, a popular tourist destination, takes pride in its security. In this beautiful town, you can become one with nature by staying in a variety of safe lodging options, visiting quaint cafes, and meeting new people with whom you can share fun stories. Shimla is a well-known tourist destination that draws visitors all year round.


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Those who want to enjoy the sea without the hustle and bustle of Goa can visit Kovalam. It is a tranquil beach town in Kerala known for its scenic ocean, delicious seafood, historical sites, and luxurious resorts. And, since you’re in Kerala, you might as well get a relaxing Ayurvedic massage.Lighthouse Beach, Halcyon Castle, Hawa Beach, and Samudra Beach are all must-sees.


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Ladakh is a place where everyone should travel alone at least once in their lives. It’s an experience that any female solo traveller should have. It is not recommended for first-timers due to the treacherous roads, but if you have previously visited with a group of friends, your second visit will be magical if you travel alone. The valleys and peaceful landscape will enchant you, and you will never want to leave. If you, like many other car and motorcycle enthusiasts, are planning a road trip in Ladakh, InterMiles can help you save money on gas by crediting miles to your InterMiles account every time you refuel your car or motorcycle at an Indian Oil fuel station. You can later redeem those miles for free gas, hotel stays, flights, merchandise, and other benefits.

6.Spiti Valley

Spiti Valley
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Spiti Valley is very similar to Ladakh, so if the latter is too far away, consider Spiti Valley. This Himachal Pradesh high-altitude valley is home to many Buddhist monasteries and stupas, as well as snow-capped peaks, crystal-clear rivers, and all the adventures you’d expect from Ladakh. The only difference is that it is slightly off-beat in comparison to the other, making it much quieter.


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Any young man or woman today will tell you that Kasol is a great place for solo travellers. The quaint little town is widely known among soul seekers, hikers, nature enthusiasts, and those who like to chill. It is located in the Parvati Valley of Himachal Pradesh. The best thing about Kasol is its reasonably priced lodgings, as well as its delicious and wholesaling cuisine


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A relaxing environment where no one bothers you is ideal for a female solo traveller. Pondicherry is one of the best places in India for female solo trips. Pondicherry, with its white sandy beaches and French colonial villas, is one of those places where you can unwind while also exploring. Isn’t this the best vacation ever?


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Sikkim, which is dotted with monasteries and high mountains, is one of the best places in India for a solo trip for girls. Sikkim is a friendly place that promises a wealth of experiences due to its inhabitants’ warm nature and eagerness to help newcomers.


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Mussoorie, with its magnificent, meandering, tree-secured slopes sneaking glances on the Doon valley and offering a breathtaking view of the Mighty Himalayas. Mussoorie is postcard-perfect and exudes a sentimental air that has drawn visitors from all over the world on numerous occasions.

11.Hampta Pass Trek

Hampta Pass Trek

The Hampta Pass Trek is widely regarded as the most difficult and rewarding of all treks. You will be astounded by the scenic beauty of this wonderful location once you arrive. The variety of the trails is enormous; grand scenes, open green fields and knolls, icy valleys, easy access, and a remarkable, courageous, and hair-raising intersection of the pass make this trekking campaign to Hampta pass an energising experience.

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Written by Kavya

Pursuing food technology and trying to make it big. Kavya loves reading, learning and believes that life can be anything but predictable.

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