7 Solo Travel Destinations: Create New Experiences

I give this from my experience. Once in a while it is good to travel alone, in our own peace time. It gives soul air to breathe and rejuvenate, away from the hassles of the crowd. You get to meet new people, who will not judge you on the traditional parameters.
Most of us who travel alone, knows the benefits of it. What are your best places to see solo? Top 7 are here:

#1 Bhutan

I bet it its the best experience of your life to be in Bhutan, and just be there. The cultural difference and natural landscape takes over your personal chaos and confusions. The hospitality of people will make you smile at every moment. One may find many solo travellers to there, since it is one of the safest places in the world. Their currency if Ngultrum, but Indian rupees works everywhere. For Indians, no visa is required, a permit will do and it will give you a feeling of foreign return too!

How to get here:
Fly to Bagdogra airport and then can take road route to Jalgaon on Indian side and Phuentsholing on Bhutan side. From there one can take taxi or bus to Paro or Thimphu.
You can directly fly to Paro International airport of Bhutan. Only two carrier fly there, Druk Air and Tashi Airlines from India. One of the toughest landing sites of the world.
Where to stay:
The economy is based on tourism, there are many hotels, as per affordability and finding them will be easy.

#2 Lahaul-Spiti
One of the unexplored and pristine natural destinations. You can delve into nature and yourself. Mountains and monasteries welcome you with open arms. To add to this amazing adventure, home stays will be amazing. Best time to visit from May to October.
How to get here:
Trip is best taken by road to enjoy the scenery. Some of the highest motorable roads in the world exist here. Transport within the valley is mainly by local bus, shared taxis, chartered taxi or rented motorcycle.

#3 Indore
Have you heard of this wonderland? The place is for foodies, who hog over the delicacies and don’t want anyone picking on you. This is a different experience of a small town with taste of commerce. The famous food of Malwa, makes your mood here. The lanes of Sarafa, Chhappan, khao gali are there from over decades with impeccable tastes.
How to get here:
Overnight trains from Delhi and Mumbai. It has an airport also, one can fly to centre of country, Madhya Pradesh. It is 3 hours from Bhopal by bus. Local travel is cheap.
Where to stay:
Decent hotels are available in the city, near railways station.
#4 Benaras
The Bollywood backyard and the shores of Ganges, makes this experience worthwhile. With the touch of real India, it also has heritage of India. Nearby is the famous Sarnath Stupa. Aarti near Dashwamegh ghat and the boat ride towards Assi ghat, which resurrects the spiritual self! The best time to visit is October to March.
How to get here:
Overnight trains from Delhi. You can fly here to the Lal Bahadur Shastri airport, few kilometres from the city.
Where to stay:
Decent hotels are available in the city, near railways station.

#5 Puducherry
The French legacy is recalled as one enters the estates of Puducherry. French architecture, romantic beach side and affordable price are the quick take aways of this city. The food has a lot of French influence too and beer is cheap, which adds to the awesomeness.
How to get here:
One can drive down from Chennai on the scenic route. In the city, one can walk around town and explore. Trains are also available.
Where to stay:
Colonial mansions turned hotels are the right place.

#6 Zero
Haha! unlike the name, the place is at the one of the unexposed places to the tourists in Arunachal Pradesh. The mesmerising orchids and rivulets revitalises your soul. Dolo Mando is a trek to undertake. There is also the Ziro Music Festival, which is ideal, amidst the hills for music lovers. Best time is February to October.
How to get here:
Tezpur is the closest location to get here by a train or air.
Where to stay:
Home stays are the best an pleasant place to rest.

#7 Kutch
Wetlands of Gujarat are famous for white sand and Siberian crane. The Rann Utsav gives an opportunity to seek the local culture of the people. It also has several Jain pilgrimage sites.
How to get here:
Easy to get there by bus, train and air.
Where to stay:
Local hotels are available at decent price.

Keep it light! Be safe! Travel more!

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