Udaipur – the Venice of India and the highlight of my memories of India.
This solo traveler shares a photo of the incredible detail on a temple in Halebidu, India.
A solo traveler discovers the freedom to be herself in Goa.
The real India, the one off the trail that most tourists take, can be hard to find – unless you are invited to a wedding.
A Solo Travel Society member shows us the colors and textures of Vatanappally Beach in Kerala.
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.
This Solo Travel Society member was grateful to strangers for taking his photo as he floated behind the Taj Mahal in Agra, India.
Enjoy this beautiful, thoughtful story that takes you to the streets of Calcutta and into Mother Teresa’s home for the dying.
At 45, Mariellen, put everything in storage and traveled solo to India for six months. There she found a new home with warm, welcoming people.