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5 SOLO TRIP IDEAS

SOLO TRIP IDEAS – In life there are certain things that you must do by yourself, and the most exciting of them all is YES!! You guessed it right, SOLO TRIP.  Solo Travel is gaining popularity amongst everyone these days be it youngsters and mid aged or our lovely oldies. Let’s gear up to pack our bags as you will be forced to witness all these listed places for your SOLO TRIP below.

KASOL, HIMACHAL PRADESH

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KASOL

CHALKASOL! WHOA!  This place is known as the ‘Goa of the Hills‘, I mean who doesn’t want to witness this place !? Kasol is a destination that is surely on every trekkers list. it’s a small village on the banks of Parvati River. There are quite a few cottages and hotels to make your stay Karol comfortable as well as adventurous. So you will never have to worry about your stay. This can be a short adventurous trip with yourself, one day for trekking and two days for chilling. Nothing can be better than this SOLO TRIP IDEA.

Best Known For: Kheerganga Trek | Trekking in Kasol | Tosh

Best Time to visit: March to May

MANALI, HIMACHAL PRADESH

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MANALI

When it comes to visiting Manali it is everyone’s all-time favourite place. Thick forests and the running river make it mesmerizing and and it appears like you’ve stepped into a perfect world that only exists in movies and in your imaginations. Manali is also a starting destination that oen your ways to many adventure like for many while going to Spiti and Leh. You can always choose your season in which you want to visit in to experience Manali in a different way.

There are Lots of hotels and hostels there with a perfect view to wake upto , depending on your budget. Keep five-six days aside to visit Manali to the fullest.

Best Known For: Solang Valley | Rohtang Pass | Adventure Activities in Manali

Best Time to visit: October to June

JAISALMER, RAJASTHAN

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JAISALMER

Jaisalmer! Best known as a World Heritage Site, it is one of the jewel in the Rajasthani crown. With all the Camels and sand dunes around you will definitely give you an Egyptian feel but the forts will keep on reminding you that you are still at home and will give you the homely vibes. Feeling royal at the palaces, Safari tours, etc. are just some of the things that you must do in this city. You can choose to stay at hotels which used to be palaces or even camps in the desert for more thrilling experiences, choose the kind of experience you want. Two-three nights spent here are sufficient.

Best Known For: Desert Safari in Jaisalmer | Jaisalmer Fort |Gadisar Lake

Best Time to visit: October to March

ZANSKAR VALLEY, LADAKH

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LADAKH

Visiting LADAKH with your motor bike is still a dream of so many people out there, time to pull your socks and start your bike. This is the most isolated valley out of all the Himalayan valleys, Zanskar is to be explored by those who want to experience some of the rare and untouched, pristine beauty in India. There are no resorts and hotel in Zanskar but come on what’s adventure with comfort. You can pitch tents in the valley or stay in establishments at Leh. A maximum of three days or more are required to visit here.

Best Time to visit: August to April.

VARKALA, KERELA

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KERELA

Never heard the name, right!? It is peaceful cliff with the Arabian Sea that goes perfectly well with your solo trip, Varkala is a coastal town in Kerala. Ponnumthuruthu Island, Papasnanam Beach, Kapil Lake, Janardhan Swami temple are some of the sights that you should include in your go to list to visit here. Or you could also just lie down at the beach and adore the view that brings you peace, because the place is just breathtaking and beautiful. Three-four days in the arms of this beauty will be good to explore the temples, beaches and water sports.

Known For : Water Sports in Varkala | Varkala Beach | Edava Beach

Best Time to visit: Throughout the year

CONCLUSION

Let us know in the comment section below what are your SOLO TRIP IDEAS.

~ACHAL NIKHIL RAJ GUPTA

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