Travel and tell no one, live a love story of your own without stressing about anyone. Travel, sweet memories, and excitement shouldn't be limited to couples on valentine. Pick up a destination with perfect activities for you, and celebrate love, friendship, and admiration for yourself.
If you are single this valentine's day, why not go somewhere and live a true love story and keep this little secret to yourself.
GOA: Travelling solo to Goa for a week is thrilling to the core. Goa is a paradise to free souls who are all out to experience everything and anything. North Goa is full of beaches, diverse crowds, and best parties in Goa. Vagator beach should be one of your top picks for dusk to dawn parties with best hippie vibes and of course celestial music. If you are an excursionist and have a desire to get lost in fantastic moonlight, beaches and mind-bending music. The best way to get an empirical experience of Goa's different locations would be to mix and match your stay and experience both luxury and local delights. Take out a day for shopping and local gear and junk for yourself. Water sports will be an exciting option if you an adventure addict. Goa is also full of unique places to eat, and it's hard to recommend anyone since each of them has their quirky décor, location, music, and cuisine.
SHIMLA: Taking a dip in the beautiful lakes and natural springs at Chadwick Falls, going on a rejuvenating walk among plantations, to rooftop dinners with a mesmerizing view of snow-clad Himalayas, and plenty of promise for adventure. Shimla has so much to offer to solo travellers. Shimla is home to many exquisite architectural marvels built during the time of British rule. Escape to picturesque summer hill and admire the lush green township. Trekking and hiking trails, a tiny hill station at the foothills of Himalayas is a gorgeous place to head to the Mall and Ridge Road where you can take a relaxing stroll and go on a shopping spree. Shimla can satisfy the adventure junkie; go for ice skating, trek to churdhar, shali tibba trek, and Shimla glen.
JAISALMER: Looking for an authentic Indian desert experience, Jaisalmer is the place to be. Combination of unforgettable royal experiences and tremendous adventure. Jaisalmer is incredibly dry, hot and isolated. Jaisalmer is adorned with lakes, ornate Jain temples, overlooking the sun-kissed houses, Havelis and castles clad in golden yellowish sandstone. Enjoy climb rides to camp under the night sky; all of this is magical and extraordinary. The city has mesmerizing architecture Bada bagh, Jaisalmer fort, Jain temples and fun activities like camel safari, quad biking, parasailing and do not forget to buy from the local flea markets.
PONDICHERRY: Pondicherry referred to as the 'The French capital of the city'. The quaint little cafes, the gorgeous wall painted streets, the beautiful beaches and the mix of French and Indian culture truly makes this exquisite getaway destination. Pondicherry boasts about unblemished, serene beaches, where beach lovers can sit back and relax and watch the world go by. Rent a cycle and cycle through the colourful lanes of Pondicherry and head to a French café to enjoy a traditional breakfast. Head to Auroville Ashram, the simplicity and joy are a catch and watch on the Auroville beach watching the sunset.
KERELA: Kerela is a tropical state and is among the most popular travel destinations in the country. Its different culture and surpassingly picturesque setting which contrasts with the fast-paced modern world. Backwaters, Ayurveda, Spices, Mountains, Rivers, Beaches, Wildlife, Culture, Food. Kerala has something to offer for everyone. Multiple itineraries can be followed because Kerala is a diverse state, some of the prominent destinations being Munnar, Periyar, Trivandrum, Alappuzha (Alleppey), Cochin, Kovalam, Thekkady and many more.