Munnar

hampi_virupaksha_templeSolo traveling is all the rage these days and women are no longer an exception to that. You can love traveling in packs just as much as you can enjoy a trip on your own. With backpacking being an increasing phenomenon these days, you can’t blame yourself for wanting to indulge in some of your own.  Though it can be a bit tricky to travel alone in India, there’s nothing that’ll stop a girl from doing it if you’ve got it in you. Check out the top 5 cities where a woman can travel alone in India.

Nainital, Uttarakhand

This quaint hill station offers some great opportunities. The dreamy destination has a magical background and the warmest of people to keep you feeling enthused during your trip. Boating in the pretty lake under the Himalayan peaks is relaxing and adventurous. There are some great sunset and sunrise points to explore. Nainital a perfectly secure and fun location to visit all by yourself. There is no disappointment when exploring this serene town of India.

Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh

Historical and intriguing, Khajuraho has a charm of its own. The miraculous temples have stunning architecture and the ups and downs of the trek up to this location are an ideal weekend getaway in India. If you’ve wanted to visit the UNESCO declared World Heritage Sites in India, the Khajuraho temples should definitely be on your list. Not only are the locals very willing to help, the tour guides are great to have conversations with about the interesting heritage of India.

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Kerala is bordered by the Arabian Sea in the west with Western Ghats towering in the east and is networked by 44 rivers. It has magnificent geographical features that have made it one of the most enticing tourist destinations in Asia.

You can enjoy the lush hills and exotic wildlife to impress you. It also has an extensive plantation with waterfalls that truly makes this a paradise.

This week’s Photo of the Week comes from reader Anuja Gangan who snapped this image of the tea estates in Munnar, Kerala, India. Be sure to also check out Anuja’s blog, The Happie Wanderer.

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