Single Tours in India

Exploring India Solo: A Journey of Discovery

Embarking on a solo tour in India is an enriching and transformative experience, offering a perfect blend of cultural immersion, spiritual exploration, and adventure. India's vast and diverse landscape, ranging from the serene beaches of Goa to the bustling streets of Delhi, provides an array of destinations for solo travelers to explore.

One of the most appealing aspects of solo travel in India is the opportunity to deeply engage with the local culture. In cities like Varanasi, solo travelers can witness the daily rituals on the ghats of the Ganges, experience the tranquility of the early morning Aarti, and explore the narrow, winding lanes that are teeming with life and history. In Rajasthan, the majestic forts and palaces of Jaipur, Jodhpur, and Udaipur offer a glimpse into the royal heritage of India, while the vibrant markets provide an excellent opportunity for solo travelers to interact with locals and sample the regional cuisine.

For those seeking spiritual solace, Rishikesh and Dharamshala are ideal destinations. Rishikesh, known as the Yoga Capital of the World, offers numerous ashrams and yoga retreats where solo travelers can practice yoga and meditation, surrounded by the serene beauty of the Himalayas. Dharamshala, home to the Dalai Lama, provides a peaceful environment for reflection and learning about Tibetan culture and Buddhism. Our EAT, LOVE, PRAY itinerary is perfect for such travelers.

Adventure enthusiasts will find their haven in the trekking trails of Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand, the stunning landscapes of Ladakh, and the backwaters of Kerala. Solo travelers can join guided treks, go rafting in the Ganges, or simply enjoy the solitude of a houseboat ride through Kerala's backwaters. Safety is a key consideration for solo travelers, and India is increasingly catering to this demographic with better infrastructure and services. Cities like Mumbai and Bangalore offer a relatively safer urban experience with well-connected public transport and numerous solo-friendly accommodations.

Over the years, solo travel has gained exponential popularity amongst travellers. The number of people Googling "solo travel" this year has almost doubled compared to five years ago. Especially amongst the young adults, this trend is the all new rage. It's an opportunity to meet new people and network, explore places the way one wants to without any person holding you back and truly finding and learning about your own likes and dislikes.


A solo tour in India is a journey of self-discovery, offering a mosaic of experiences that cater to every interest. Whether it’s exploring ancient temples, trekking through pristine mountains, or simply savoring a chai in a local café, India promises an unforgettable adventure for every solo traveler.