Solo women travellers! These places are calling you

Touch the skies, take a jump. Women are you ready to pump up?

All women deserve a break from their busy schedule & what’s better than an adventurous solo trip that serves the purpose. Once decided, there’s no turning back as we’ve got the 5 best places for you.

  • Munnar, Kerala

In Southern-India, this hill station is a beauty full of waterfalls, tea gardens & mountain ranges. Every portrait here has a backdrop of greenery which revives you. The town is also known for the Eravikulam National Park which is home to the Nilgiri Tahrs endemic to the Nilgiri Hills.

It is considered to be one of the safest places for female solo travellers, owing to the honest & hard-working people residing there. Revelling the town’s & peoples’ beauty is next to impossible.

  • Goa

If you are a woman who loves nature & partying too, Goa is the perfect place for you. It is a package of beaches, palm trees & cheap liquor where you can spend your time relishing the sunset with a beer in your hand. If you also have a license, just rent a bike & travel across the cities within.

While 80% of times Goa plans are cancelled because someone else bails out from the group, you can avoid it by travelling solo all on your own.

  • Pondicherry

This Union Territory of the country possesses serenity. The place provides you what other regions cannot, a sense of peace & calmness.

It is more like a French city where you will be able to try delicious French cuisine & do a lot of shopping. A confluence of Tamil & French will hold you onto stay more.

  • Shimla, Himachal Pradesh

Nothing can compete with the magnificent features of this hill station. The night view is astonishing & captivated by its eternal charisma you will lose track of time.  

Also, Shimla has the most stunning & safe accommodation options making it a feasible vacay-spot for solo female travellers. The town can be best enjoyed on foot.

  • Jaisalmer, Rajasthan

The city of Rajputana state offers a lot more than just being a desert. The culture, folk music & heritage will keep your spirit undaunted. To explore Jaisalmer, one needs at least 4 days of stay & must not forget to try the famous Rajasthani cuisine.

Do not miss out on the big chunk of fun, the Jeep & Camel Safari at the Sand Dunes. As a solo traveller, you can roam around in the middle of a desert & rapidly descend on the dunes without being time-bound. What a recreation!

So backpackers, smash all the gender stereotypes. Lose yourself in the freshness of nature & explore the zestful soul in you. Do optimize your upcoming long weekends & visit these unforgettable places.

Happy solo travelling!

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Anu Jain

Anu Jain