Enjoy these India photos, all taken by members of the Solo Travel Society and readers of Solo Traveler while exploring the country.
A Solo Travel Society member shares her impressions from a guided tour of the Indian Himalayas, from Delhi to Srinigar and many destinations in between.
A Solo Travel Society member immerses herself in the sights, sounds, and tastes of Varanasi by taking walking tours and staying right next to the Ganges.
Rajasthan is a majestic and colorful state with many layers of historic and cultural significance, says this Solo Travel Society member who had the time of her life on this trip.
Adventure sports, delicious cuisine, snowy peaks and plunging river valleys make Himachal Pradesh a top destination for this Solo Travel Society member.
This Solo Travel Society member fell in “love at first site” visiting the Ajanta and Ellora caves, UNESCO World Heritage sites near Aurangabad, India.
The Beatles went here, there and everywhere. As a result, Beatles destinations are almost everywhere as well. Here are three: Hamburg, Liverpool and Rishikesh.
India is fascinating. Especially when you get off the beaten track. Here’s how to travel solo in India with 11 tips from a local.
From the beauty of the Ganges to the bustle of Delhi to the wonder of cows in the streets, please enjoy this photographic escape to India.
Check out this striking photo of a Solo Travel Society member standing in the shadow of a tree on Driftwood Beach.
Udaipur – the Venice of India and the highlight of my memories of India.
The real India, the one off the trail that most tourists take, can be hard to find – unless you are invited to a wedding.
Wayanad District in Kerala, India is recommended by this Solo Travel Society member for its beauty, tranquility, stunning natural surroundings and warm people.
Kalmilni has allowed me to share one of her recipes with you. I have chosen the Potato Pulau. Here it is…
Traveling can put you into very precarious situations facing safety issues that you would never allow at home. Yes, it can take nerves of steel to endure them.
This solo traveler recommends Sikkim as the friendliest and most beautiful state in India, a perfect solo travel destination.
I have enjoyed hospitality all over the world but India was extraordinary. Here are three stories.
Let us help you to make the adventure of solo travel to India a little bit easier with this great set of tips.