Long weekend getaways for anti-social people in India

Foggy hill stations, historical monuments, golden desert, pilgrimage sites, captivating beaches and rich wildlife help in making India a destination worth seeking. 

Unlike group travellers, solo travellers get a better opportunity to focus and explore the unusual to the finest sights.

Here are top 5 destinations in India for an introvert to explore:

Manali

The ever charming visuals of nature and snow covered hills make this place ideal for solo travellers. For a photographer, this place is no less than a dream. Solo travelers can trek through snowy terrains, try snow sports like skiing, para-gliding etc. and can enjoy the peaceful moments at rohtang Pass and Solang Valley.

 

Sangla

Sangla is one of the off beat track villages at an altitude ranging from 2,500 meters to 3,000 meters in the Baspa Valley located in Kinnaur District of Himachal Pradesh. This place is a promising getaway for solo travelers. The traveler may experience a nostalgic journey in the midst of Apple orchards, Cedar trees and glacial streams. Some remote villages near Sangla are easily accessible by road or can even be explored by trekking.

 

Goa

Goa is a perfect destination for spending some alone time. The vivacious lifestyle of Goa includes trance dance, boogieing sea shore, exotic liquors, casinos and delectable cuisine. It combines numerous adventurous beach activities such as surfing, scuba diving, parasailing, deep sea fishing, water-skiing and snorkeling. The place is filled with various unexplored and private beaches and Spa resorts where one can spend a peaceful holiday.

 

Alleppey

Alleppey is all about beautiful backwaters, picturesque canals, exotic beaches and stunning lagoons. The backwater cruise in Kettuvallam, dance shows, music festivals, food and spa & ayurvedic resorts, make Alleppey one of the most sought after holiday destinations for solo travelers.

News24 Bureau