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On A Solo Vacay? Go Fishing And Chill Out At these 5 Spots

On A Solo Vacay? Go Fishing And Chill Out At these 3 Spots Robson Hatsukami Morgan For Unsplash.com

Have you ever tried fishing on a solo trip? Here is your dose of inspiration to try by HolidayIQ travellers. 

1. Cherrapunjee - For the warmth of the locals

Cherrapunjee - For the warmth of the locals
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Wanshan Kharwanlang adds, “Not far away from Cherrapunjee or Sohra is this small yet homely place called Yoh Thiew, a fishing pond. A fine yet humble gentleman set up this place as a smart business move to invite everyone who loves fishing to come, pay a nominal rate and fish all day long. The best part is what you catch is what you keep. Read Full Review

2. Alappuzha (Alleppey) - To learn fishing from local fishermen

Alappuzha (Alleppey) - To learn fishing from local fishermen
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Purna shares “One can enjoy the fishermen displaying their catch during fishing in their nets. Local street foods are also available here making the Beach an ideal getaway. ” Read Full Review


HolidayIQ Reviewer Anil Ankalgi adds, “some house boats provide fishing activity ... Good food as per order. Music. Massage on boat ... All at approximately same cost.Read Full Review

3. Kumarakom - For a quiet at the lake just by yourself

Kumarakom - For a quiet at the lake just by yourself
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Lionel Fernandes adds, “Yes it is worth a visit and just relax in a houseboat. Early morning the Lake is calm. A lot of wild birds of different species to be seen around. Do not stay overnight as the prices are high and not worth it. Try fishing on the lake.Read Full Review

4. Kochi - Try fishing, the ancient Chinese way

Kochi - Try fishing, the ancient Chinese way Share source: Wikimedia Commons

HolidayIQ traveller Adarsh Singh "Chinese Fishing Nets, also known as Cheenavala, serve as the official icon of Kochi. Basically, these nets are fixed land installations that have been introduced by Chinese explorer, Zheng He. Found at most of the places in Kerala, these are the shore operated lift nets, which are used for an unusual form of fishing" `

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5. Karnataka (Bheemeshwari) - Catch the largest gaming tropical fish: Masheer

Karnataka (Bheemeshwari) - Catch the largest gaming tropical fish: Masheer Share source: Wikimedia & Flickr

HolidayIQ traveller Manivel shares "Ideal place for a for a weekend destination, Drive within few hours from Bangalore and to soak into the river and to eat some Fresh Fish. Also to enjoy the evening sunset on a coracle Ride"

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