7 Best Places For Women Travelers in India
Solo traveling is now on the cards for many women. India, with its vast natural, historical and cultural wonders, loves to host women travelers from the country and abroad. Several tourist destinations in India provide comfortable travel and facilities for women, ensuring safety and security. India's rich flora and fauna. incredible history and exotic cultural values are alluring and attractive for women travelers. Today on 8th March, the World is celebrating Women's Day. I prefer to share some of the 7 best places for women travelers in India. If you are a women traveler or you want to suggest places for travel to your lady partner, then I hope this guide will definitely be useful.
Shillong in Meghalaya
Shillong is one of the magnificent places for women travelers in India. The capital city of Meghalaya, “The Scotland of the East”, is a wonderful place to explore and embrace nature's beauty in its magnificence. The journey through the romantic town is entertained with the majestic clouds playing hide and seek with the gigantic mountains. It is good to plan for a tour for 3 to 4 days to visit Shillong and its adjoining places; quenching your traveling desire with the madness of the incredible mystic landscape. Traveling solo is never a difficulty, with good transportation and comfortable accommodation facilities. The place enchants visitors of all ages and generations, enticing all with its exotic natural beauty.
Gangtok in Sikkim
The scintillating mountains, glittering lakes, and soothing breeze entertain and refresh the minds. Gangtok in Sikkim entices travelers with such an enchanting experience. It is one of the best places for women travelers in India. Watching the sunrise and the sunset across the horizon is something you must not miss. Strolling across the streets and feeling the soothing breeze in the air is bliss. The chill in the air creates a romantic environment and personifies the feeling of enjoyment and thrill. The place is absolutely perfect for women traveling solo.
Hampi in Karnataka
If you love history, then you must plan to visit Hampi in the state of Karnataka. It is also one of the interesting places for women travelers in India to visit and immerse into its historical significance. The city has much to its heritage, encompassed by old monuments, temples, beautiful structural remains, street markets, and several other artifacts belonging to the empire of Vijayanagara. It is recorded in UNESCO's list of World Heritage Sites. Located at the banks of the river Tungabhadra, the ruins around the city speak about the gorgeous beauty that had existed in the yesteryears. Strolling across the city imbibes an amazing feeling visualizing the enthralling structures and buildings that once had been its pride.
Udaipur in Rajasthan
Udaipur is one of the best historical places for women travelers in India. The city is popularly known as the City of Lakes; founded in 1559 by Maharana Udai Singh II of Mewar. Truly it is a magical mix of tranquillity and historic eccentricity. Flanked by artificial lakes and decorative palaces, it truly deserves the name of “Venice of the East” as termed by many globetrotters. Do not miss the boat rides along the serene lakes of the city. The captivating natural beauty combined with ancient historic significance is its treasure.
Munnar in Kerala
A hill station, encompassed by lush greenery, terraced tea, coffee and spice gardens and the majestic Western Ghats mountain ranges. I am referring to Munnar, one of the best places for women travelers in India. You will be mesmerized to watch the scintillating beauty of the place, fascinating the travelers with its enigmatic landscape. Driving through the mountain roads, or hopping on to the plantations, is something you will definitely cherish. Gushing waterfalls splashing across the rocky terrains and streams of water flowing past the mountains are other key attractions of Munnar.
Darjeeling in west bengal
Darjeeling, “The Queen of the Hills”, is a spectacular tourist destination and hill station in West Bengal. It is one of the popular places for women travelers in India. The beauty of Darjeeling is unparalleled and captivating. The view of the breathtaking Kanchenjunga, the dense green and brightly coloured flora and the refreshing weather are perfect for spending a tranquil vacation. Traveling on the toy train and feeling the cool breeze in the air is a pleasure. You will feel visiting the place over and over again.
Pondicherry or Puducherry
Puducherry is a simple and beautiful town in Southern India. The place is dotted with natural beauty and historical buildings, a unique combination for a mesmerizing experience. Indeed one of the fascinating places for women travelers in India. Puducherry is famous for its serene and tranquil beaches with golden sands and shimmering sea waters. You can entertain yourself with the glittering sunrise and sunset spreading a radiant glow across the blue sky. And needless to mention the ashram of Sri Aurobindo, where you can sit and meditate amid a soothing environment.
Tips for solo women travelers
- Download a Flashlight App
- Buy a local sim card or enable roaming
- Avail cab services or drivers from authentic travel agencies
- Ensure all emergency contact numbers are saved on your phone
- Arrange for transfers from airport, railway stations or any other destinations, well in advance
- Enquire from the hotel staff or aquaintainces about the city
- Be cautious with strangers in the city
- Perform good analysis and research before reaching the destination
- Avoid usage and carrying precious jewellery
- Ensure all the required documents are with you safely packed
- Carry sunglasses and scarves to deflect attention
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16 thoughts on “7 Best Places For Women Travelers in India”
Hill stations of Kerala are concentrated on the Western Ghats. These hill stations are endowed with a variety of species of animals and birds and are bordered with Indian tropical rain forests. These hill stations experiences an influx of tourists especially during the summers. The hill stations of Kerala contain a wealth offorest resources including minerals, vegetation and wildlife. Munnar, Thekkady, Vagamon, Ponmudi, Lakkidi, Vythiri, Idukki, Peermedu, Malampuzha, Mattupetty, Ayyampuzha, Gavi, Athirappilly, Charalkunnu, Malayattoor, Kalpetta, Thiruvambadi, Malakkappara, Vithura and Ranipuram are the popular hill destinations which are easily accessible from Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Bengaluru, Thiruvananthapuram and Puducherry.
These places are great and it is awesome that women can travel to all these amazing places without any issues.
Some really great tips here for women to feel safer travelling in India. There are some beautiful looking places here x
I’ve never been to India, so I found this so helpful. Kerala does look so pretty to me.
Oh wow how beautiful are all these areas. I love how they have alot of historic heritage too. It’s giving me travel inspiration for sure x
Darjeeling is so beautiful. Oh my gosh!
I loved travelling in India with my family but would like to return again as a solo traveller, these tips would be so helpful for me or other women travelling alone there
These are truly amazing places to visit in India. I love mountains and the mountains and lake at Gangtok in Sikkim sounds amazing.
Gorgeous spots to visit! I love seeing new spots I haven’t been to, thanks for sharing this.
I have always wanted to visit India. I hope to take my daughters there one day in the near future.
It really puts my mind at ease having suggestions of places to go for specifically women. All of these locations are really stunning too – thank you for sharing.
Great info! I can’t wait to visit Hampi and Munnar 😍 These places are so beautiful 👌🏻
I’ve never been to India but all these places just sound amazing!!!
First time of learning of all of these places. I am putting a few of these on my travel bucket list.
Udaipur is the symbol of the glorious Rajasthan. Thank you for giving us commendable information.
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