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7 OffBeat Heritage Destinations To Grab Your Camera And Explore Solo

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Solo trips are always fun and inspire you to learn something new. If you have wanted to travel solo with your camera and a backpack here are the best destinations according to HolidayIQ users

1. Jaipur: Go Solo To The Pink City of India

Jaipur: Go Solo To The Pink City of India
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Jenifer Sayyed shares, “A day in Jaipur Jaipur- Pink city of Rajasthan rich in culture, heritage and majestic architecture of Royals...Jaipur has many places to explore ” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Arul Priya says, “We covered Nagargarh fort and Jaigarh fort, it took half day and then we stopped at Jal Mahal for photography. Jaipur has so much to offer to its tourists. I visited Jaipur for the first time. I'm waiting to go back there again. Its a lovely city with a lot of history & heritage.” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Amit Mishra says, “There are the Royal Art Galleries. Photography is not allowed inside the Art Gallery as it showcases the Royal Durbar of Sawai. The City Palace is the pride of Jaipur. It is the most iconic place to visit in Jaipur; truly majestic palace.” Read Full Review 



2. Udaipur: When heritage meets photography

Udaipur: When heritage meets photography
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Arjun Kumar shares, “An iconic location; Haldighati is a potentially iconic destination, a place whose name has resonance all over India. I went there as a history buff, seeking to explore the museum.” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Rahul Pratap Singh adds, “Amazing lake. While on Jagmandir, there is a lovely bar area to enjoy a drink and we quite enjoyed the surrounding gardens which you are allowed to explore.” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Nayani Bajpai adds, “Huge Palace to know the traditional culture in Rajasthan. For photography, one has to purchase the ticket for their self-owned cameras.” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Dipayan Roy adds, “Wonderful, but very expensive; This place is awesome. You need about Rs 1000/- to explore this place fully. ” Read Full Review

3. Agra: Home to iconic places for photography

Agra: Home to iconic places for photography
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Anuradha Manjul shares, “Agra Diaries - The tomb of Mariam-uz-Zamani; We had planned a night halt in Agra while coming back from Jaipur by road. The plan was to reach Agra by around 1 pm and then visit Sikandara complex. He checked if I had a video camera with me, my still camera was anyway hanging around my neck (there is no sign in the area which says photography or videography not allowed). I cross-questioned him that why was he asking the same to which he gave a standard answer - photography is not allowed.” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Padma Nayak adds, “Taj Mahal is a beautiful and unbelievable monument and photography is allowed here.” Read Full Review 



4. Jodhpur: The red sand exploration for solo trip

Jodhpur: The red sand exploration for solo trip
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Saurabh Gupta shares, “It has good cafes, basic amenities, shopping area and a lot more to explore. This fort is very famous among the foreign rock bands. Photography is free and allowed inside the museum except in a room which houses thrones and royal wears. ” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Aditya Mandloi adds, “If you really want to explore then even three days are less, else if you are right on schedule a day or two would do. The city overall brings into account the grandeur and magnificence with which our kings lived with almost every house made of red stone, helping people, delicious food, royal treatment with its own unique statement. ” Read Full Review

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5. Shimla: Heritage mood at the hills

Shimla: Heritage mood at the hills
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Sagar Gant adds, “Mall road is the center of attraction. You must walk and explore this place.” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Rahul says, “Don't forget your camera or phone for best photography.” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Sourabh Singh says, “An awesome view and good place to explore” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Manjunath Joshi says, “One of the everlasting memories of a lifetime. In my experience of visiting sightseeing places, the cave is indeed an adventure sight to explore yourself and you will have tons of surprises once u get into it. The "Simha Dwaram" is a real visual treat. ” Read Full Review

6. Puri: The utimatum to exploration

Puri: The utimatum to exploration
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Abhay Parmar shares, “The marvelous piece of Architecture. A good place to experiment with different angles of photography. ” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Soumyajit Kundu adds, “I would advise a stay at Panthanivas to explore Chilika better...Nice trip organized by OTDC. Chilika Lagoon is a huge water body with an area of 11000 sqkm and 3 connections to the sea. ...Out of the three connections, one is natural while the other two are artificial. ” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Abhay Parmar says, “Endless Water; The Chilika water lagoon is the largest man-made brackish water lagoon in Asia...There are many options to explore...Chilika and many boats for roaming, but going with Odisha Tourism are recommended as they arrange good boats.” Read Full Review 

7. Ladakh (Leh) : Amazing solo vibe

Ladakh (Leh) : Amazing solo vibe
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Avishek Singh adds, “Pangong Lake, must visit the place by all ... Such a beautiful and amazing landscape, pious mountains, ever color changing water, Indian army, nice drive, changla pass, Changthang Sanctuary, chilly winds, blue waters, photography...Must visit for all” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Anuj Nigam adds, “Go, explore and click as much as you can. Nothing can come close to the beauty of that small land between the waters...Very scenic place Amazing to see the culmination of so many colors at a single place. ” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Kunal Sanklecha says, “Zanskar frozen river trek ('Chadar') A complete treat for adventure lovers...Camping under a million stars is a fairytale in itself. A paradise for photography and nature lovers. Surprised to see wildlife in the sub-zero temperatures!” Read Full Review 

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