With a month of vacation, kicking travelling is a must. Taking a leave from work and booking tickets for the Summer needs to be your to-do list. Holidays are all about beating the heat and we need to spend time alone away from the hustle and bustle of the common environment we are prone to listen every single day. Making holidays all about travelling and observing nature on your own is a whole other experience.
Whether it is spending time on the beach, or somewhere near the hills, adoring nature and viewing different cultures just opens the horizons of your mind. What fun it is to see these scenes and appreciating the beauty of nature. From places like Bangalore to Coorg, take a look at these 5 destinations you need to visit if you are a solo traveller in India this May:
Tawang Monastery: Tawang Monastery is surrounded by snow-capped mountains and tranquil streams and lakes in the North-Eastern Himalayan region in Arunachal Pradesh. It is known to be the largest monastery in India and will surely attract many solo travellers. This place offers several trekking and camping opportunities besides finding inner peace and get a chance to rediscover themselves at this serene destination.
Goa: From soaking in the hot to plunging in the sea to the therapeutic value of looking at the sea. Goa is all about enjoying parties, visiting new places, wearing super comfortable clothes. The rich and vivacious lifestyle of Goa combines adventurous beach activities such as surfing, snorkelling, jet-skiing, scuba diving, water-skiing, and windsurfing and numerous Spa & Ayurvedic resorts to indulge in reviving session provided here. The solo travellers can explore the private beaches and experience deep sea fishing to keep themselves busy.
Rishikesh: Rishikesh is one of the most popular destinations and can also be called as one of the best getaway places in India for most solo travellers. There are several adventure activities like trekking, river rafting, cliff diving, bungee jumping, kayaking, & rock climbing, etc. for solo travellers. Besides this, Rishikesh is also considered as the best place to practice meditation, yoga, Ayurvedic Spa.
Bangalore: Although it is quite crowded, spend some time adoring the architectural scenes on the streets of this city. Travel with local transportation and enjoy the amazing weather.
Manali: It might not be ice-caped mountains at this time of the year, but running to the hills might be the true stress-buster you need. The solo travellers can trek through the snowy terrains of Manali, try snow sports like skiing, paragliding, biking, etc., and enjoy peaceful moments at the slopes of the Rohtang Pass and Solang Valley. For an avid photographer, this place is no less than a wonder.