LADAKH SOLO TRAVEL GUIDE If you are wondering what it is like to enjoy Ladakh alone, we have one word for you, and that word is ‘paradise’. In Ladakh, being alone can be addictive too. For it is a different kind of solo travel experience to breathe in the freshness of Ladakh. So if you …
Solo travel is not just a mere vacation, it’s a soul-searching journey, an opportunity for self-discovery. When you travel alone, you have the freedom to explore new places at your own pace, without having to compromise with anyone else. A solo trip will challenge you to step outside of your comfort zone and push yourself to the limits, making you feel more alive and invigorated than ever before.
Did you know that solo travel is an emerging trend? According to a survey by Booking.com, over half of global travelers (54%) have taken a solo trip in the past year. This is backed up by research that shows that solo travel has a positive impact on mental health, boosting confidence, and promoting personal growth.
The best part about solo travel is that you get to meet new people and make lifelong friends from all over the world. You’ll be surprised at how easy it is to strike up a conversation with strangers and share your experiences. Plus, it’s a fantastic opportunity to immerse yourself in the local culture and gain a deeper appreciation for the customs and traditions of the places you visit.
Are you ready to embark on a solo adventure? Whether you’re planning a backpacking trip through Europe or a soulful journey to Southeast Asia, we’ve got you covered with these solo travel blogs.
MUMBAI’S ELEPHANTA CAVES Elephanta Caves, a collection of 7 ornately-sculpted caves on Elephanta Island (Gharapuri) near Mumbai, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that anyone in and around Mumbai can visit on a whim. But it is a crowd-puller for foreigners and Indians from other regions alike. The 5 Hindu and 2 Buddhist Caves of …