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Top 20 Indian Destinations Safe for Solo Women Travelers

India has everything from tiger reserves to the Taj Mahal. However, it also has overcrowded cities and a moderately high crime rate. This can be a problem if you’re traveling alone. Here are the top 20 Indian destinations safe for solo women travelers. 

Taj Mahal 

Many people book Air India flights just to see the Taj Mahal. It is the ultimate declaration of love, a monument built as a mausoleum by Shah Jahan to his dead wife after she died in childbirth. 

Rashtrapati Bhavan 

This building used to be known as the Viceroy’s House. It is now the residence of the President of India. 

Udaipur

This city has been home to many royal Indian families. The City Palace has been turned into a museum open to the public.

Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh 

This is a spiritual city. While you might be asked to donate money, you’re not likely to be assaulted or robbed. 

Hampi 

Hampi is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Karnataka. It has majestic ruins of one of India’s most powerful Hindu civilizations. 

Mcleodganj

This scenic area is where the current Dalai Lama took refuge while fleeing to India. It is now an enclave of Tibetan culture. 

The Lotus Temple 

The Lotus Temple in Delhi is truly open to all, and it is completely safe. The architecture is also amazing. 

Jama Masjid (Mosque), Delhi 

This massive mosque is one of the largest in India. It was built by Shah Jahan in the 1600s. It is a must-see site for Muslims, and it is incredibly safe if you respect the dominant religion in the area. 

Rishikesh 

This area has been called the yoga capital of India. It is affordable and safe. It gets points for being amenable to backpackers. 

Gokarna 

Goa probably gets named as the best beach destination in India, but it is heavily developed. Gokarna is what Goa was forty years ago. 

Akshardham Temple, Delhi

This Hindu temple was opened in 2005. It took 7000 artisans years to complete it. It is a national treasure. 

Pondicherry

This town takes you back to the British Colonial era. It has a beautiful coastline and many historic French and Portuguese buildings

Coorg 

Coorg has been called the Scotland of India. It has mild temperatures, a rural feel, and scenic waterfalls. It is dotted with ancient temples, and Madikeri Fort is located here. 

Kumarakom 

If you book flights to India with Almosafer, you might not think of this village on the river in rural Kerala. Yet it is worth a visit, because it is a taste of authentic, historic India. 

Red Fort, Delhi 

This imposing building isn’t just built for safety. The area is relatively safe for tourists.

Valley of Flowers, Nainital 

As its name implies, this valley is famous for the various flowering shrubs found here. Every summer, it is covered in colorful blooms. 

Jaisalmer Fort, Jaisalmer

This location is in the middle of the Thar Desert, but you would travel to this ancient fort as part of a guided tour. This fort was once a major trading post before ocean travel eclipsed land routes in importance. 

Ajanta and Ellora Caves, Aurangbad 

These caves are Buddhist relics. They were carved out of the rock by Buddhist monks over roughly a century. There are a few Jain and Hindu monuments, as well. 

Golden Temple, Amritsar 

The golden color of the temple makes it an iconic Indian landmark. It is the most revered site in the world for Sikhs. 

Mahabodhi Temple, Bodh Gaya 

This is a famous Buddhist temple. It is roughly 100 kilometers from Patna. It is also the exact sight where Buddha meditated. 

Victoria Brewood
vbrewood@gmail.com

Although very much British, Victoria always felt like she was meant to be living the 'American Dream'. She loves the US and has travelled to over 14 states.

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