Travelling solo is now in vogue since it allows you to experience sights better. Solo traveling open a new view of thoughts and I have personally seen in when I talk with many popular traveler bloggers who have explore many amazing countries.

So to we we have Mr Sharma who himself has south American nations and his home state of India. So today he will share a blog on top ten places to travel solo in India. Plus if you visiting New Delhi then do check out his hotels in south Delhi near savitri cinema.

So the top ten places for doing so in India are the following;

One – Gulmarg


This ski haven in the Kashmir region is inundated with travellers who come to experience the diverse activities like camping and skiing on offer here, the elevation at almost 2700 meters also makes it a breath taking destination. Plus if you are at Gulmarg then you must also visit Srinagar and a bit forward for Sonmarg. Accommodation is easily available at Srinagar rather Gulmarg and Sonmarg.

Two – Rishikesh


Rishikesh is well known for its popular white water rafting activity in the Ganges and chances are that you will not be alone when you decide to make this trip. And one must also taste the local street food Rishikesh, which is all vegetarian and cheap.

Three – Manali


Manali is a place where you go to be in touch with nature, solo backpackers are a common sight. It is a hill station with amazing view and optional activities including; skiing on the Rohtang pass when it is winter and paragliding which is very popular.

Four – Gangtok


Gangtok is well known for its Buddhist monasteries where tourists visit to get a feel of the overall Nepali culture. In addition to this, the town has lots of entertainment spots on the streets.

Five – New Delhi


New Delhi, the capital of India can’t be missed as it offer some amazing Mughal & British architecture. At Delhi one visit not just to explore local sights but also to do some shopping, taste local cuisine and have a walk at some amazing gardens like Lodhi garden, Rajghat etc.

And as I am from Delhi then I must welcome all the readers of to come and stay at our hotel which is safe hotel for couples in New Delhi.

Six – Sangla


Sangla is deep into the mountains and is surrounded by a sea of forestland. It is more of a village than a town but the ambiance is very peaceful and it is one of the places where a solo traveler can actually explore without getting tangled up in the hordes of tourists in most sights.

Seven – Tawang

Tawang is very highly elevated and is very spacious with offered activities such as camping and walking trails. Solo travellers can also visit the largest monastery in India, The Tawang Monastery.

Eight – Goa


Goa is one of the best places to visit solo as you will never feel alone because of the myriad of activities constantly ongoing. It is well famed for its beaches and nightlife alongside entertainment spots like casinos and bars, a thrilling place for a lone traveler.

Nine – Mumbai

Mumbai which is also stated as the financial city of India is home to India’s Bollywood film industry. At Mumbai one will feel a new face of India. Here in Mumbai one must visit the Taj Mahal hotel which was also attached in India’s 26/11 attachs.

Ten – Munnar

Munnar has stunning plant and animal life and is perhaps even better for animal lovers because it gives them a chance to spot endangered species, tranquility is the order of the day here.Auli is high up in the mountains and you get a destination where activities like camping and skiing are all wrapped up in one package

Jaisalmer is an exotic city in the midst of the desert of Rajasthan. In the recent times, it has been attracting millions of tourists from the domestic and the international fronts simply because of its awe inspiring tourist attractions. The tour enthusiasts visit Jaisalmer to soak in the feeling of the royal heritage of the city and to enjoy some night outs in the star lit sky in the Sam Sand Dunes.

If you are planning for a quick trip to Jaisalmer, here are some factors that you would want to be aware of and would also like to mention that this post is contributed by Mr Singh from Chetram Voyages who offer amazing family holiday experience with their rajasthan tour packages from jaipur.

Places to see in Jaisalmer

Jaisalmer Tourist Attraction

When you are in Jaisalmer, you simply cannot miss out on the sheer magic of the Jaisalmer Fort which is also known as the Sonar Quilla locally. The fort stands at 100 meters tall over the city and there are several temples and palaces within the fort boundaries. Apart from the must visit Jaisalmer Fort, you should also keep the Patwon ki Haveli, Salim Singh ki Haveli, Nathmal ji ki Haveli, Gadissar lake, Tazia Tower and of course the Sam sand dunes in your travel itinerary in Jaisalmer.

Accommodations in Jaisalmer

Fort Rajwada

Since Jaisalmer is a tourist destination, there are ample accommodations available in the city for all kinds of budgets. You can stay put at budget hotels like hotel Jaisal Palace or you can also choose a luxury accommodation like Fort Rajwada for your stay. If you visit the city during the tourist season, it is recommended that you make prior bookings for your accommodation so as to avoid disappointment.

Adventures to participate in Jaisalmer

Jaisalmer is a desert city and is also considered as the gateway to the Great Indian Desert, Thar. So when you are in Jaisalmer, it is imperative to say that you should make it a point to spend a day and a night out in the desert, more precisely at the Sam sand dunes.

There are several desert camps on the boundaries of the Sam sand dunes. Depending on your budget and the package, choose a luxurious desert camp site for your stay and choose the camel safari in the desert. If you are not comfortable about riding a camel, you can also go for the jeep safari in the desert. Opting for either the camel safari or the jeep safari in the desert will allow you to explore the desert and the life in the desert more closely. Or just buy a complete comfortable Jodhpur Jaisalmer holiday tour package which will cost around $400.

Choose your desert camp site carefully. Most of these desert camps offer luxurious accommodation facilities along with all contemporary amenities. You can go for the desert safari on a camel back in the morning and enjoy the evening after the sunset next to the bon fire that is arranged in front of the desert camp site. You can also enjoy the beautiful Rajasthani folk music and melodies like the traditional Kalbelia songs by the local desert tribes along with sumptuous food to accompany you underneath the open sky. It is needless to say that the experience is one of its kinds and you will cherish the memories of your Jaisalmer trip all lifelong.

If you have not been to the desert of India, Thar yet, you have been missing something in life . Although there are several other tourist attractions in the below mentioned cities that are also worth exploring while you are on a quick desert trip to this royal city of India, here is a quick guide for you to visit three such cities in Rajasthan that can give you a sneak peak at the Great Indian Desert- Thar.



Jaisalmer is also nicknamed as the golden city of Rajasthan. It is one of the world heritage sites of India. Located in the middle of the Thar Desert, it is a wonderful tourist place too. Jaisalmer has been made famous all over the world by renowned Film Maker Mr Satyajit Ray who showcased the Jaisalmer Fort as the Sonar Quilla to the world. The city is also one of the gateways to the desert of India, Thar.

However apart from enjoying the desert safari in the Indian desert on a camel back, you can also experience a night out on the starlit sky in the middle of the desert in one of the numerous desert camps of Jaisalmer. Some popular tents in Jaisalmer are Rajputana, Oasis, Spirit etc. And out of these I will suggest Rajputana as its one of the most comfortable resort in Jaisalmer desert. Just check out their reviews on FB & Twitter.

There are also several touristy places in Jaisalmer that are worth exploring too like the great Jaisalmer Fort, the Gadissar Lake, Patwon ki Haveli etc.


Jodhpur is yet another gateway to the Thar Desert in Rajasthan. It is also the second largest city of Rajasthan and is also known as the sun city of India. There are several tourist places in Jodhpur that are worth visiting like the Balsamand Lake, the Mehrangarh Fort, Umaid Bhavan Palace, Jaswant Thada, Kailana Lake etc. Apart from these sightseeing places, you can also head towards the desert for a quick desert safari on a jeep or on a camel back.

If you simply want to enjoy the feel of the desert while relaxing on your vacation, you can also visit the Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park which is relatively a new establishment in the city. It was built in 2006 near the Mehrangarh fort and is a great place to explore around 80 native species of plant from the Thar Desert. The park alone is of an area that spreads up to 200 acres and is full of lush greeneries.



Bikaner is also another desert city in Rajasthan. Located in the midst of the desert, Bikaner is known to the rest of the country and the world as a place of rich culture and heritage background. Holidaying in the sand dunes of Bikaner is a charming experience. While the Sam sand dunes in Jaisalmer is the most popular desert getaway, if you do not like the crowd, you can head straight to Bikaner for an awesome desert safari.

Apart from the desert trip through the sand dunes of Bikaner, you can also check out the tourist destinations like the Junagarh Fort, Lalgarh Palace, Gajner Palace, Ganga Singh Museum, Gajner wild life sanctuary, Jain temple, and the Sadul Singh Museum.

The desert state of Rajasthan is known for its royal past, magnificent forts and palaces, vast and barren Thar Desert, camels, vibrant capital Pink City and a lot more. It is also a home to 6 of the best ever majestic forts that have been internationally recognized by UNESCO as World Heritage Sites.

Amber Fort, Jaipur

Amber fort

Perched high on a hill, the Amber Fort is about half an hour drive from the main city area of Jaipur. It is one of the most prominent heritage attractions of the city for both local and international tourists. The palace overlooks the Maota Lake offering spectacular view of the city from the top. It was once the residence of the Rajput rulers. The fort consists of four main areas that are Diwan-e-Aam, the hall for public audience, Diwan-e-Khas, the hall for private audience, Sheesh Mahal, the mirror palace and Sukh Niwas, the area with artificially created cool climate. Also it hosts a temple dedicated to Sila Devi near the fort’s Ganesh Gate that is located at the entrance to the main palace. The Amer Palace has also been recognized as an UNESCO World Heritage Site along with five other forts in Rajasthan.Continue reading