5. Kasol, Himachal Pradesh – Goa Of The Hills
Kasol is a great destination for rafting, water sports, and trekking. It is best known for its thrilling treks, flavorsome food, and Roaring River. Chalal, Parvati Pass Trek, Malana is known for its serene environment, Tosh trek, Naggar village, Tirthan valley, Kasol temple are some of the best places to visit here. Trust me; you will never forget the magnificent views of these places. You can also have riverside camping here.
6. Manali, Himachal Pradesh – The Valley Of Gods
Manali which is approximately 80kms from Kasol is one of the popular hill stations in India for backpackers. It is an ideal retreat for solo travelers. You can try adventure sports like River Rafting in Beas River, Paragliding in Solang Valley and skiing during the winter at the slopes of Rohtang Pass and Solang Valley. Beas Kund Trek and Bhrigu Lake Trek are two short and easy treks.
7. Pondicherry – For Spiritual Seekers
Pondicherry is becoming every beach lovers’ favorite hideout as it has unique and peaceful coastal beauty. Auroville Ashram, a spiritual community or ashram, its beautiful Seaside Promenade, a number of water sports options along its white sandy beaches, Botanical Garden are the reasons for travelers to love Pondy. Pondicherry is a Yoga and Meditation holiday destination in India.
8. Alleppey, Kerala – Experience Nature’s Beauty
Alleppey is for those who seek a calm and pleasant holiday in India. The picturesque canals, beaches, Kuttanad Backwaters, backwater cruise in the Kettuvallam, dance, music, festivals and food, pilgrimage and numerous resorts that offers varieties of Spa and Ayurvedic treatments, Pathiramanal, a small lake island located on the backwaters of Alappuzha, Nehru Trophy Snake Boat Race, an annual competition that takes place every August make Alleppey one of the exotic holiday destinations in India for solo travellers.