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Love traveling solo? Then Try These 7 Trekking Spots Apt For The Lone Traveler

Love traveling solo? Then Try These 7 Trekking Spots Apt For The Lone Traveler

Have a problem in finding out the best trekking spots suitable for solo travelers? Then these reviews shared by solo travelers of HolidayIQ will make the task easier for you. 

1. Manali: To enjoy a solo snow trek at Solang Valley

Manali: To enjoy a solo snow trek at Solang Valley
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Aditya Kothari adds, “Snow play at Solang Valley; This is a great place for snow lovers. Usually, you are recommended to wear warm jackets, gloves and might rent gumboots on spot. A car won't go a lot ahead if there's snowfall, you need to walk about 2 Kms up the hill to see the real snow point or you can always enjoy the snow anywhere on your path... The place is recommended, solo travelers...Suggestions to carry few carry bags to cover your cameras/cell phones, umbrellasRead Full Review

2. Wayanad: To enjoy the wilderness and hilly regions of Chembra

Wayanad: To enjoy the wilderness and hilly regions of Chembra
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Rubal Arora adds, “A great place for trekking with an amazing view. You get to the forest department's part through a really terrible road. You can start your trek with a guide provided to you by the forest department. (If you are less than 10 or going solo, I suggest waiting for another group and ask them if you could go with them. People are quite helpful and you save money).” Read Full Review

3. Cherrapunjee: Challenge yourself with the 3000 steps trek

Cherrapunjee: Challenge yourself with the 3000 steps trek
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Rohit Goswami adds, “Joy of being next to nature and overcoming the fear of unknown It was my best ever visit to be with nature for around six hours. Calmness, serenity, peace, coolness, relaxing sound of water streams along with adventure of walking down 3000 steps, steep steps, with calf muscle flickering...I planned a solo trip ...Food and water are to be carried in large quantity, options are available to buy the same from at 3-4 places falling in between the trip (considering January month)...A walking stick is really helpful to a little athletic personality like me. Time 10 am to 5 pm is good.” Read Full Review

4. Ravangla: To climb the solophok hill and catch a glimpse of Mt. Kanchenjunga and Darjeeling

Ravangla: To climb the solophok hill and catch a glimpse of Mt. Kanchenjunga and Darjeeling
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Suvobroto Ray Chaudhuri shares, “Char Dham is located about 5kms from Namchi town and accessible by a nice smooth road all the way. At one point the car needs to ascend uphill to reach the top of the solophok hill. There is a huge open car park where you will need to park your car. It is a paid car parking (Rs. 50/- per vehicle). From here you will need to walk. Best suited for solo trekkers. You can carry a camera...One can have a view of the Mt Kanchenjunga, Statue of Guru Padmasambhava at Samdruptse, Darjeeling and other such locations from here.Read Full Review

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5. Munnar: Safe place for solo female trekkers

Munnar: Safe place for solo female trekkers
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Maryam Farooqui says, “Top Station - a beautiful mystic place, not to miss Top Station is a beautiful mystic place which should not be missed out at any cost. When you go there make sure that you camp at Top Station, which is a must. They put up the tent at a very awesome location along with a bonfire and dinner. It is completely safe for a solo female traveler as the staff there are very friendly and considerate. Top Station has a completely different view at night and early morning both of which cannot be missed! It's a beautiful journey from Munnar to top station! While at the top station don't forget your torch, binocular n power bank! :)” Read Full Review

6. Chikmagalur: To experience the sunset from atop the Chikmaglur hill

Chikmagalur: To experience the sunset from atop the Chikmaglur hill
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HolidayIQ Reviewer D R Reddy says “Its one of the beautiful places in Karnataka and just 260 kms from IT Hub, Bangalore city. This place is great for solo travellers and for trekkers...One can have the experience of nature, feel clouds & get tranquillity. Travellers need to carry warm clothes and trekking shoe. Day travellers need to carry food so that they spend full day and have great experience of sunset. People can stay in Chikkamagluru town, which is close and & people who can afford can stay in a 5 star resort which is nearby and visit other divine towns around. People can also do a day trip from Bangalore and return back.” Read Full Review

The views above are collated from opinions expressed by travellers on www.holidayiq.com

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