If you’re interested in history, architecture, and culture, the state of Karnataka in India is chockfull of it. Definitely visit the ruins of Hampi, once the capital of a mighty empire in the 16th century.
Mumbai is India’s largest city, a modern metropolis that has everything to offer a traveler. Is the City of Dreams safe for women? Here are Mumbai solo travel tips for female tourists.
What’s it like to take a luxury train in India, one that costs over US$6,000 per person for a weeklong trip? Here’s my experience in the Golden Chariot, the luxury train that goes to the south of India.
Solitary Wanderer is going back to India! This time on the Golden Chariot, a luxury train that explores the south and southwest of India, from Karnataka to Goa. Here’s our itinerary.
Interested in yoga and planning to visit India? Here’s a Rishikesh solo travel guide for you, with tips and safety considerations for women traveling solo.
Interested in traveling solo in Varanasi, India? Here are 10 tips for solo female travelers, written by Claudia Tavani of My Adventures Across the World.
Planning on going to India? Apply for an electronic tourist visa at least 4 days before your trip. Here’s the process and requirements.
India has a rich heritage and culture. For female solo travelers, it can be chaotic at first, but with these tips, it can be easy to fall in love with this country.
There are wonderful things to see in Jaipur, including the City Palace and Hawa Mahal. It’s memorable to me, though because I sought and found solace in the Pink City.
If you get to visit Delhi, make sure to visit the Lodhi Gardens where you can see the Sheesh Gumbad and other tombs dating back to the 15th century.
Bodh Gaya, India is the holiest place on Earth for Buddhists. It was in this small town that I learned about the spirit of the Holi Festival.
Are you backpacking India soon? Read my brief write-up of my solo trip in six northern cities: Kolkata, Bodh Gaya, Varanasi, Agra, Jaipur and Delhi.