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This Season 10 Journeys In India Every Introvert Will Find Solitude In

This Season 10 Journeys In India Every Introvert Will Find Solitude In

Being an introvert, the places you go to are ones where you can resonate with yourself. These trips won't tire you but will recharge yours depleted battery for sure. HolidayIQ Travellers throw in some travel tips.

This Season 10 Journeys In India Every Introvert Will Find Solitude In:

  1. Rajasthan
  2. Lahaul and Spiti (Himachal Pradesh)
  3. Coimbatore (Tamil Nadu)
  4. Munnar (Kerala)
  5. McLeodganj (Himachal Pradesh)
  6. Ladakh (Leh) (Jammu & Kashmir)
  7. Ziro (Arunachal Pradesh)
  8. Kedarnath (Uttarakhand)
  9. Kasol (Himachal Pradesh)
  10. Kutch (Gujarat)

1. Thar Desert, Rajasthan

Thar Desert, Rajasthansource: wikimedia.org

I think the desert is a phenomenal place to travel alone as an introvert. The solitude and austerity of the landscape are unmatched. The desert opens your eye to the nuance and detail of nature in a way few places can. It makes you feel creative, independent, alive.

HolidayIQ Traveller Manoj from Bangalore shares, “State full of forts, palaces and lakes, rich Indian heritage and history, beautiful for its practical advanced architecture.”

2. Spiti Valley

Spiti Valleysource: HolidayIQ reviewer Akshaya Patil from Mumbai took this in Spiti

The absence of human contact while trekking through the Spiti valley is overwhelming sometimes, it's too much to take in but it also open the doors that we have so long kept closed. You finally have someone who knows you truly to talk to (yourself). The insights and discoveries you make enrich you as a person.

HolidayIQ Traveller Shekhar Verma from Jaipur shares, “The dramatic change in terrain starts the moment you are over the Rohtang pass. The deep valley of Chandra river on one side and snow clad mountains on the other give you a feeling of being on a different planet. The gradual absence of any form of vegetation is striking. Climbing the lofty heights of Kunzum pass (14500 ft) you feel as if you have reached the skies. The great sculptures carved by the wind and snow over hundreds of years on the side of the river & the small villages dominated by Buddhist religious symbols are a sight to behold. The oldest monastery at Tabo is worth seeing. places to stay are at Losar,Kaza and Tabo. The famous mummy of a monk at Gyu is near Tabo.”

3. Velliangiri Mountains, Coimbatore

Velliangiri Mountains, Coimbatoresource: http://s.isha.ws/

Walk under the thick canopy of the tall trees balancing with very few roots holding over the huge rocked wrapped with weeds and creepers. The trek takes you away from chattering civilization and sounds of cars and traffic, the only audible sound is the rustling of the leaves, the coos of cuckoos.  

HolidayIQ Traveller Satyendra Nair shares, “This mountain range is just epic! The chilly winds blowing on our early morning ride to this place made us feel alive. The way to the hills is itself laden with so many lush green fields and the mountains themselves in a distant view, that I, for a moment forgot that there was, indeed a outside world, in the city waiting for me to get in and start kicking. Go trekking over here; it's a great getaway destination for a day.”

4. Munnar

Munnarsource: HolidayIQ reviewer Jish Mith took this in Munnar

Leave every one of your hardships and stresses and appreciate a few snippets of delight and isolation in the midst of Mother Nature's excellence and abundance with Munnar's flawlessly laid-back environment. Strewn with manors, overflowing with the untamed life of Munnar and taking pride in its entrancing grand magnificence this little, brilliant slope station settled in the midst of God's Own Country is clearly a travellers paradise.

HolidayIQ Traveller Uday from Kolkata shares, “Munnar - breathtakingly beautiful - a haven of peace and tranquillity - the idyllic tourist destination in God's own country. Munnar is such a beautiful place in Kerala, which cannot be portrayed in a single canvas. Everything and anything here will make us excited. The hills, the mist, the valleys, the streams, the waterfalls, tea plantations, rare flora and fauna.”

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5. Triund, McLeodganj

Triund, McLeodganjsource: HolidayIQ reviewer Priyanka Singh from new Delhi took this in Triund

Trekking is generally done in groups but there is something about going on a trek all by yourself. Trekking all by yourself with no one but yourself to motivate you to keep on walking can be quite taxing. But the joy of discovering the spectacular views from the summit will revive your spirits instantly. It is the perfect getaway if you want to spend some time alone in the lap of the Himalayas.

HolidayIQ Traveller Chandroday Chauhan shares, “Triund trekking is one of the best experience and lifelong cherish moments. It takes roughly 5-6 hours if you intend to keep short stay at Triund. But what takes your breath away is the panoramic view and beautiful view of Kangra Valley. Best time to visit is between July-November.”

6. Leh-Srinagar Highway

Leh-Srinagar Highwaysource: wikimedia.org

Road trips are fun with friends, but it's something else when you decide to take one alone. The highway from Leh to Srinagar is full of scenic beauty and will give you the much needed thrill. It is a perfect escapade for all the backpackers who want to travel to a quiet place and spend some time alone.

HolidayIQ Traveller Suraj Agarwal from Pune shares, “The travel to Leh by car was really an excellent Idea. We travelled to Srinagar by plane and then took taxi for Leh. We reached Leh crossing Sonamarg, Zojila, Kargil and drass. Road for Zojila is very rough. We enjoyed the scenic beauty all the way. Take rest in Kargil and continue your journey to heaven the next day by early morning.”

7. Ziro Valley

Ziro Valleysource: HolidayIQ reviewer Tage Kanno took this in Ziro

Ziro Valley is the heartland of every solo traveler. The place is serene and beautiful and will leave you alone with just your thoughts for company. The stunning natural beauty is like nectar for the soul. You will discover a little about yourself in every hue of Ziro Valley.

HolidayIQ Traveller Sunil Yadav from Sitapur shares, “An amazing experience altogether. Beautiful scenes. Ziro located in mountain is so beautiful and cool. Loved the place. The Shiv Linga located on the mountain top is a must watch for sure. Beautiful scenery and a pleasing environment. It was good to be for sure.”

8. Gomukh

Gomukhsource: wikimedia.org/

The rigorous journey through the treats of Gomukh motivates you to keep going on your own. You don't need anyone but yourself to fall in love with the beauty of this exotic place. Brace the mountain air along with the bustling river and experience the best of travelling alone. Leave everyone behind and indulge in the serene sights.

HolidayIQ Traveller A S from Hyderabad shares, “This is where the Ganges river originates it is called Bhagirathi in that region. We began our 19km long trek from Gangotri and by the evening we managed to reach a place called Chirbasa a place at Bhagirathi valley. It was an interesting place a beach like setting at the river bank we camped and spent night at Chirbasa. During the night it got really cold we could see some of the most reputed peaks of the country Gangotri 1, 2, 3 and Bhagirathi 1, 2, 3 and icing of the cake glowing like a crown Shivling peak.”

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9. Kasol

Kasolsource: wikimedia.org

Visit this place for an out-worldly experience. Lose yourself in the mountains and rivers of Kasol. Take a walk on a beautiful sunny day all by yourself. Get lost and discover new places. That's what this place is all about. The beauty of Kasol will quickly lure you. When you travel solo, you get a chance to get to know people from different cultures.

10. Great Rann of Kutch

Great Rann of Kutchsource: HolidayIQ reviewer Samina Dhariwala from Mumbai took this at Rann of Kutch

Disconnect from everything around you, especially the tension and worries, and lose yourself. Catch up on some long overdue fun, pack your bags and enjoy the Great Rann of Kutch.

HolidayIQ Traveller Harsiddh Dave from Gandhidham shares, “The great Rann of Kutch is one of the most beautiful sightseeing places in Gujarat. It is completely covered by white salt which makes it one of the most unique places to visit in India.”

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

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