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#GoSingle: 8 places to visit in India while you’re still single

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‘Travelling is the art of being happily single’ – Anonymous

While being in a relationship is bliss, being single is even better. When you are single, your travel bags are lighter and no extra baggage tags of family and children are to be carried. Now is the time when you can travel freely, to destinations you only thought existed. So don’t wait for responsibilities to creep in; travel places, take the road not taken and let your soul get lost in the adventure. Explore these 10 places in India that you need to visit while you’re still single.

1. Paragliding in Bir Billing

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Have you always dreamt about flying? Well, now is the time to turn your dream into reality. Jump off the cliff and soar high as you go paragliding over the beautiful mountain ranges of Bir Billing. Paragliding 8000 feet above sea level is something out of ordinary and once in a lifetime experience.

2. Road trip from Manali to Leh


Travelling with a partner on a bike seems very romantic and surreal, but have you thought about taking the most adventurous road trip in India? A road trip from Manali to Leh is the most onerous expeditions and something that tops the bucket list of every biker. You will have to cover 550 kms, passing through the snow filled lanes surrounded by the rugged mountains of the Himalayas. If you have a passion for road trips and are up for an adventurous ride, this bike tour is definitely worth taking.

3. Backpacking trail to the North East


While there’s no doubt about it that you can travel while hitched, but then the luxury of backpacking is possible only when you are single. Follow the backpacker’s trail and explore the untouched beauty of Sikkim on your next solo adventure trip. You can take the Dzongri trek or enjoy rafting in the waters of Teesta and Rangeet.

4. Psytrance festival in Kasol

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Are you up for some pumping beats and raving music? If yes, then think no more and head to Kasol for an off-beat psytrance festival. There are many music festivals running successfully in Kasol for past few years. The edgy-hippy atmosphere and music from the rare corners and cultures of the world will put you in a trance. So get going pal, the party awaits you!

5. Bungee Jumping in Rishikesh


Yes, the upcoming adventure destination of India offers bungee jumping for all the adventure enthusiasts. A single jump from the sky-high bridge will leave the adrenaline running through your entire body. Trust me, this jump will be a lot more fun than jumping for the decision of getting married. So get ready to break free and overcome your fear of heights.

6. Partying in Goa

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Need I say more? The bachelors’ paradise of India, Goa is a must-visit before you decide on getting married. The beaches, the beer and the parties are a lot more fun in Goa than any other part of India. So tag your friends along and just go trippin’ to Goa.

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7. Skiing in Auli


A heaven for skiing lovers, Auli is one of the best skiing locations in India. The journey to the glittering slopes of Auli is an experience in itself. And once on the sloping grounds, amidst the snow-capped peaks of Auli, you can have the beautiful views of the mountain peaks like never before. Apart from skiing, you can indulge in a lot many adventure sports. So get going!

8. A drive to Spiti Valley


Get over the scenic beauty of mountains and travel to the uncharted cold mountains of Spiti. A land inhabited by the friendliest people, Spiti has a lot to offer the travellers. From visiting the 1000 year old monasteries to honoring the imperial culture and savouring the provincial delicacies, you can do it all here. The photography enthusiasts can capture the memerising star trail and everything beautiful in the region.

Being coupled up should not be the end goal of your personal life, in fact being a traveller should be. Share your travel story and how did your single trip turned out.

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Srishti is a writer by profession and a dreamer by choice. She loves experimenting with her space and her looks. Being an avid animal lover, she plans on being a part of Black Jaguar White Tiger Foundation in near future.

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