What are the safest places to visit in India for women solo trip?

What are the safest places to visit in India for women solo trip?

Wondering, where to travel alone. Want to know about the safest places to visit in India? Get the information about the reliable top destination to explore alone ladies.

7 safest places to visit in India for women solo trip

Rishikesh, Uttarakhand

Rishikesh is a traveling treat offering a variety of experiences in the midst of the amazing Himalayas. The city surely is destined to make you love life again.

 Rishikesh is known as the Yoga Capital of India and being the safest tourist spot it lures thousands of female tourist and foreigners from all across the world.

 Rishikesh is the right choice for a solo traveler, looking for adventure activities like river rafting, cliff diving, bungee jumping, kayaking, and climbing, etc.

 Looking for some peace and relaxation make your stay on Art of Living Ashram offers a beautiful view as it is located on the bank of river Ganga. Also, accommodation in Ashram includes 3 courses satvik delicious meals.

Point of Interest in Rishikesh – Lakshman Jhula, Triveni Ghat, Rafting in Rishikesh and Bungee Jumping.

Sikkim, North-East

 Sikkim is the heavenly place to visit at least once. India is blessed with primitive beauty, and if you are a traveling alone ladies in India looking for splendor, Sikkim is the right place for you. By no means, Sikkim hospitality and rich tradition be ignored because it has helped to give Sikkim a unique identity.

Point of Interest in Sikkim – Tsomogo Lake, Nathula Pass, Zero Point, Baba Harbhajan Singh Mandir, and Tashi View Point.

Jaipur, Rajasthan

The lovely palaces of Jaipur certainly need an honest appreciation of the lover of art. It is not only the architectural beauty of the rose town that makes it a must-see in India. However, the delightful cuisine, folk culture and the beautiful craftsmanship that Jaipur has, will make every woman traveler go gaga over the place.

Point of Interest in Jaipur – Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar Observatory, Jal Mahal, Chokhi Dhani, and Raj Mandir Cinema.

Shillong, Meghalaya

Many women travelers from India and abroad travel alone in the state of Shillong, Meghalaya. No doubt Shillong is one of the safest places for women solo trip. Travel to the most beautiful hill station of North-East.

There are many wonderful places to visit in the iconic Hill Stations of music.

Point of Interest in Shillong – Mawlylnnong, Elephant Falls, Shillong Peak, Police Bazar, and Sweet Falls.

Mysore, Karnataka

This fascinating hub in Karnataka is a popular tourist destination, and the highlight here is that it is worth visiting.  Mysore welcomes thousands of tourists every year and is extremely safe for women tourists due to its friendly locals, well-lit roads and a well-connected transport system.

 Point of Interest in Mysore – Mysore Palace, Vrindavan Gardens, Chamundeshwari Temple, and Jaganmohan Palace.

Amritsar, Punjab

Amritsar is the spiritual capital and a major pilgrimage place for the Sikhs. The city has a variety of temples and shrines mainly dedicated to the Sikh culture, and the main commercial activities are tourism, carpets, handicrafts, and crafts. There is no major problem for a solo female traveler. Most people visit this place all year round.

Point of Interest in Amritsar – Golden Temple, Wagah Border, Jallianwala Bagh, Guru ka Mahal, and  Hall Bazar.

Ahmadabad, Gujarat

Ahmadabad is India’s safest and cosmopolitan city and Gujarat ‘s biggest city. The city is thus known as “Eastern Manchester. In terms of travel, Ahmedabad is certainly the favorite among women in terms of safety.

According to a recent TripAdvisor survey, Ahmedabad defeated Mumbai to win the title of “Safest City “for women travelers with more than 85 percent votes.

Point of Interest in Ahmadabad – Swaminarayan Akshardham Temple, Sabarmati Ashram, Kankaria Lake, and Dada Hari Wav.

Have you ever been to any of the above places alone? Please share your experiences. Also, read my blog on safety tips for women on solo travel.

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