Andaman & Nicobar Islands
The mélange of golden brown, azure and bright green expanse here are yet unexplored, mysterious and hold promises of paradise for solo travelers who wish to disappear on their own.
If you are looking for a glorious escape to pristine beaches , sink your feet in the sand and explore the lesser known coasts and the hillside jungles, then it is time for your family to pack their bags and head out.
The more intrepid the journey, the more exciting the destination. If this is the mantra that you follow as a solo traveler, then the higher reaches of Arunachal Pradesh are bound to draw you deeper.
Sandwiched between the foothills of the Himalayas to the north and the lower hills of Meghalaya to the south, there is no dearth of green here. Tea carpeted hills keep you company throughout your solo wandering.
There may be seemingly lesser in order for the solo traveler other than the hallowed Buddhist circuit in Bihar, but it’s the unexpected surprises that will truly mesmerize you. Keep your eyes and mind open.
In search of Le Corbusier’s legacy or simply an induction into “daal makhni and naan”, the solo traveler will be nothing short of enthralled by vibrant Chandigarh.
Daman, Diu, Dadra & Nagar Haveli
The coastal enclaves of Daman, Diu, Dadra and Nagar Haveli offer you an unchartered territory to explore. The soul – warming sun, sandy stretches and the Portugueese backdrop to Silvassa are all in the same vicinity.
Hidden in the capital’s nook and corners, are undiscovered outlets. Step away from commercial complexes and explore the leafy trails and hidden closets that add to the thrill of going on an unchartered journey together.
A quiet walk along the beach during sunset or partying all night at the most happening clubs in town, Goa gives you the opportunity to bond over everything, be it the loud festivals or the delicious fish thalis.
From wildlife at Gir National Park to exploring the architectural wonders of Champaner to the gorgeous beaches of Jamnagar, the range of places to explore with the family in Gujarat, is astounding.
Though Haryana conjures upimages of beehive – like offices and the condos of Gurgaon, hardly making a backdrop for a holiday, but the state also throws up surprises for short getaways. Here are some chosen ones.
Trek on mountainous paths, cozy up in a hilltop café and journey through the unexplored hills. Located in the lap of the Himalayas, the state gives couples an opportunity to make the most of “just – us-two”.
The state wont cease to surprise you with its majestic views, stunning surrounds and gorgeous weather which not only brings you closer, but also gives couples a chance to romance nature like never before.
In one of the youngest states of India, one expects little to see as a traveler. But the fabulous waterfalls, the inimitable world of Munda tribes and outdoor adventures will surprise the solo traveler.
A charming blend of palaces, beaches, tiger reserves, ancient ruins and legendary hangouts, Karnataka is a heady mix of diverse geographical highlights that will delight your entire clan.
If you are looking forward to spending some quality time together, God’s own country has all the right itineraries for you. From floating in a ferry to sharing a recipe, this could be just the kind of break you need.
If you and your partner are avid swimmers, this is one destination where you can share some of the most special yet exciting moments together, even as you experience the fragile and ecologically rare islands.
From the famous Khajuraho temples to the exotic forts and stupas, Madhya Pradesh is blessed with some of the most stunning architecture and history. It is a perfect destination for a family to explore and unwind.
If you want to oscillate from the manic city bustle to secret beaches and a ludicrous amount of greenery, sample the wonders of Maharashtra as a solo traveler. It leaves with you with one feeling – When will I be back?
A departure from the mundane itineraries, book yourself a ticket to Manipur if an untrodden path is what your heart desires. Walk through the buning meadow or visit local markets, this is a soloist’s dream.
From momos to monuments, from history to modern luxury, from tribal drums to humming a Bob Dylan song, Meghalaya offers an amazing ambience for togetherness. Soak in its rich yet contemporary culture.
A significant departure from the ordinary, Mizoram is yet to become entirely travel savvy. Waterfalls, tiger reserves and trekking trails woo lone travelers with some of the most magnificent landscapes.
Explore this land where folklore is an essential part of life, where age – old traditions still come alive during festivals. Nagaland is perfect to get lost in if you are disappearing alone.
The beauty of this place is thrilling in itself one can fall in love with it instantly. An amalgamation of serene lakes, frolicking rivers and wildlife parks, Odisha is a refreshing family escape from the frenzied city life.
Drenched in French culture and cuisines, offering a seaside boulevard, this quaint town is a mixed bag of unique eco houses, beaches and ashram like that makes it a peaceful spot to have some “us” time.
Long fabled amongst travelers for its serene Golden Temple, Langars at scenic gurudwaras, authentic farm – stays and delicious street food, Punjab could be the highlight of this new year for your solo wanderings.
Dwell in the desert, lakes and oasis to experience the lives of the royals as you set out on a journey together to explore romance amidst history and some stunning heritage.
Travelling through this state is like looking at your journey through a kaleidoscope. Savour quiet moments and experience the grandeur of the hills – With every step you discover something new together.
Home to temple towns, forest –clad wildlife, pristine beaches and sweeping hills Tamil Nadu is a wonderful destination to unwind and spend quality time with your loved ones.
This newly christened state has a lot to offer as you can soak in plenty of history and enjoy its encient architecture. Famous for its culture and heritage, it makes a perfect destination to spend time with your children.
Still inching slowlt towards creating a spot for itself on the travel map of the Northeast, Tripura remains pleasantly away from tourist clichés. Running to its own rhythm, for those going solo, it is as offbeat as it gets.
India’s imperial heartland, this state has it all. From Mughal architecture to divine ghats and some gastronomic high points in Lucknow. This is one family holiday destination that you will find full of surprises.
From lake houses to wildlife sanctuaries, from colonial bungalows to the scent of pine trees, from wellness breaks to music in the mountains, spend quality time with your partner in the hills of this magical state.
If you are dreaming of a family holiday in the lap of nature with amazing wildlife parks , quaint fishing villages and crystal clear sandy stretches, this is the state to explore.