Top Indian Destinations Safe For Women Travellers
How come it seems like all the males we know are taking travels alone, but we seldom see women doing so? There aren’t very many. Reason? They just don’t feel comfortable seeing India on their own, especially at night. But, this great nation has too much breathtaking scenery for anybody to ignore. Because of this, we’ve compiled a list of some of the safest cities in India for female tourists to visit on their own.
Sikkim, a small state in the Eastern Himalayas, is often referred to as the “abode of God” due to its pristine natural beauty, mild summers, snowy winters, amazing sights, and vibrant Buddhist culture. A government permit is required to get to the state’s northern regions, but the effort will be well worth it once you’re in Sikkim’s paradisiacal surroundings.
Not only is Pondicherry well-known for its tranquil atmosphere and beautiful beaches, but also for its culture that was heavily influenced by France. This can be seen in the city’s many colourful residences and cafés, as well as the French names of many of the streets. Pondicherry has a lot to offer female tourists, from lounging on beautiful beaches to going on a bike trip and bar hopping.
Located in southern India, Hampi is known for its spectacular rock-cut temples and for being a bit off the beaten path. Although the most of it is now in ruins, what remains provides a fascinating glimpse into the opulent Vijayanagara Empire that flourished from the 14th to the 17th century. This little town in Karnataka is the perfect destination for any woman who wants to escape the hustle and bustle of the metropolis and find some tranquilly.
Munnar, a dreamlike hill town in the Western Ghats, can wash away whatever stress you’re feeling. A few of the many reasons this region is a must-see include its vast tea plantations that go on as far as the eye can see, its sparkling lakes that make you want to take a plunge, its trekking opportunities, its nice weather, and its endemic species.
Mysore, the former capital of Karnataka and the birthplace of the famous Tipu Sultan and his father Hyder Ali, is widely recognised as the state’s cultural epicentre. You just need to experience the one-of-a-kind Mysore Dasara once to see why everyone is talking about it. Women tourists not only have the city’s rich culture and abundance of attractions to look forward to, but also the greatest collection of Mysore silk sarees.