Having thoughts of experiencing every moment alone to being nervous as hell and being excited as everything, solo travelling is still a dream for many of us! It fits both human personalities: Extroverts and Introverts. Extroverts get the chance to interact with new people, and make new friends, whereas introverts can go back to their shells and choose not to interact and be in their moment.

We have numerous places across India and abroad to travel solo, but let’s start our journey from Himachal Pradesh, India.

Himachal Pradesh is one of the popular hill stations in India. It is loved by both nature lovers and adventure seekers. Himachal Pradesh is filled with famous and offbeat places like:

  • Manali

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  • Kasol

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  • Mcleodganj

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  • Jibhi

  • Bir Billing

  • Dalhousie

  • Dharamshala

  • Spiti Valley

  • Kasauli

  • Khajjiar

  • Teerthan Valley

  •  Kufri

  • Tosh

  • Palampur

  • Chamba

  • Kullu

  • Rashil

  • Atal Tunnel

And so many more places that you can keep on your travel list! 

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Himachal is famous for its greenery in spring and summers and heavy snow in winters. There are many different activities that one can try in Himachal Pradesh:

  • Paragliding in Bir

  • Boating in Bilaspur

  • Rafting in Kullu

  • Skiing in Manali


  • Trekking and climbing

  • Fishing in Tirthan Valley

  • Horse riding in different parts of Himachal Pradesh

  • Ice skating in Shimla

The temperature conditions in Himachal are also suitable to travel in any month but do witness its beauty in winters. The temperature drops to less than 3 degrees celsius in winters. It is safe for solo travellers and especially women. 

The budget can be anywhere starting from 5000 per person to 10000-12000 or more per person as per personal experience.

Himachal should be on your travel list this 2022. Also, save your research time and have a look at our premade itineraries! Here!

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