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Why Every Woman Should Travel Alone For At Least One Week Every Year

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You've been wanting that trip for a long time now. Here's what's in store for your solo trip. HolidayIQ Travellers share their experiences.

Why Every Woman Should Travel Alone For At Least One Week Every Year:

  1. Ladakh (Leh) (Jammu & Kashmir)
  2. Pushkar (Rajasthan)
  3. India
  4. Khandala (Maharashtra)
  5. Shimla (Himachal Pradesh)

1. You'll Overcome Your Fear Of Travelling Alone

You'll Overcome Your Fear Of Travelling Alonesource: barmetrix.com

Everyone of us is scared of wandering alone into the unknown. Well, taking a trip off to nowhere will reintroduce you to yourself and make you realize how capable you are.

HolidayIQ Traveller Pragati shares, "Travelling alone is the best thing to do. You're more open to meeting people, try things you would otherwise never do and learn a lot about yourself. My trip to Ladakh helped me realise this."

2. You Get A Sense Of The Big Trip

You Get A Sense Of The Big Tripsource: sandhira.com

You try your clothes before buying or test drive that Mercedes before paying for it? It’s just like that. Get a sense of how solo travelling works in your favour before taking that actual big trip.

HolidayIQ Traveller Rutavi Mehta shares, “Out of all the places, I have been solo - my fav is Pushkar. I have stayed there during Pushkar festival and enjoyed my each moment here. You can reach Jaipur and take a bus to Pushkar, which you hotel guy will tell you where you can catch a local bus. This would cost only 400 Rs to reach Pushkar, Once you reach then you can hunt for homestay and you get at as cheap as 500.This place is mix of religiousness, serene sunset, colorful life, sometimes groggy situations, shopping.”

3. You Go And Try Things Outside Your Comfort Zone

You Go And Try Things Outside Your Comfort Zonesource: skydiveseb.com

Solo travelling is mostly portrayed as a gateway to get out of your comfort zone. Well, it’s not about breaking out of your comfort zone, it’s about getting comfortable with things you haven’t been introduced to.

4. It Doesn’t Mess Up With Your Plans

It Doesn’t Mess Up With Your Planssource: waytoindia.com

You can take a week off from your job, stay away from family and disconnect from the world for one week. More than a week may be worrisome for you, but one week is just perfect to not damage your perfectly imperfect life.

HolidayIQ Traveller Darshana Mehta shares about her weekend trip to Khandala, "Overall, experience was too good. Nice getaway with my hubby and my 2 month old kid. Safe travel with all the necessary requirements you can find on the way. Most romantic trip ever with lots of memories. Photography at its best during monsoon and during day and night time it is little dark."

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5. You’ll Realize Less Is More

You’ll Realize Less Is Moresource: theadventourist.com

You might carry new clothes for the entire seven days and realize that it’s really stupid to do so. You’ll understand what’s enough for you not only in terms of your packing a backpack, but also in terms of your needs.

HolidayIQ Traveller Meenal Jhala shares about her trip to Shimla, "Loved being there and the weather and activities were real fun. Everyone should visit this place and you must discover the destination on your own."

6. You Will Be Thankful To Whatever Comes Your Way

You Will Be Thankful To Whatever Comes Your Waysource: blogs.cie.utoronto.ca

Once you make best friends with yourself, you will only welcome whatever comes your way and love the new additions in your life. You will learn to embrace every moment of your life and give the best of yourself to those moments. 

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

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