You might know them as the top female travel bloggers in India, but they are actually doing so much more than just jumping out of the airplane.
3 Indian Female Travel Bloggers I Absolutely Love
Kamiya Jani set up Curly Tales to let people discover their love for food, travel & indulgences. Girl, you had me at word go. Kamya recommends exotic destinations, adventures, deals, and more importantly she always talks what’s trending!
Category: Family travel
Sharanya Iyer is an absolute hippie-go-lucky gypsy spirit and I have been hooked on to the “never say die” vibe on her feed. She talks scuba, she talks home stay, she talks solo travel and most importantly she talks women.
Category: Family travel
Savi & Vid of Bruisedpassports are probably the cutest, down to earth travel couples I will ever know. For them travel is about love and looking at the world through rose-tinted glasses. O boy! Reading just that is sugar rush. Savi is fun, she talks luxury, offbeat, travel fashion is taken seriously in her world and let’s just say I am just addicted to their drone shots.
Category: Couple travel
Solo travel destinations for Women in India
Pondicherry – the French Capital of India
Must See: Promenade beach, Aurobindo Ashram, Vinayagar Temple, Sacred Heart Basilica, French Quarters, Paradise beach, Botanical Gardens, Immaculate Conception Cathedral French War MemorialBest Time to Visit Pondicherry
Best Time to Visit Pondicherry: Year-round
Hampi – a UNESCO World heritage town
Must-See: Hippie Island , Vijaya Vitthala Temple, Virupaksha Temple, Hampi Archaeological ruins along the Tungabhadra River, Lotus Mahal, Queen’s Bath
Best Time to Visit Hampi: October – March
Mysore – Heritage & Palaces
- Must-See: Brindavan Gardens, Zoological Gardens, Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary, Jaganmohan Palace Art Gallery And Auditorium, St. Philomena’s Cathedral, Karanji Lake, Rail Museum Melody Wax Museum, Karanji Lake, Dasara festiva
Best Time to Visit Mysore: October to March
Goa – the Party Capital of India
Must-See: Dudhsagar Falls, Basilica of Bom Jesus, Colva Beach, Se Cathedral, Chapora Fort, Immaculate Conception Church, Goa Museum, Cavelossim Beach, Cola Beach
Best Time to Visit Goa: Year-round
Udaipur – the City of Lakes
Must-See: City Palace, Lake Pichola, Jagmandir, Fateh Sagar Lake, Saheliyon-ki-Bari, Monsoon Palace, Moti Magri, Bagore ki haveli
Best Time to Visit Udaipur: Sep to March
Solo travel destinations for Women – International
Japan – Hot water springs, active volcanoes & Zen life
Must-See: Mount Fuji, Kinkaku-ji temples, Fushimi Inari Taisha, Sensō-ji, Arashiyama, Tokyo Tower, Osaka Castle, DisneyLand
Best Time to Visit Japan: March to May and October to November.
New Zealand – Adventure is the name of travel here
Must See: Milford Sound, Mount Cook, Abel Tasman National Park, Lake Tekapo, Franz Josef Glacier, Sky Tower, Waitomo Glowworm Caves, Puzzling World Wanaka
Best Time to Visit New Zealand: December to April
Iceland – Of midnight sun, northern lighst & hikes
Must See: Blue Lagoon, Gullfoss Falls, Thingvellir National Park, Jökulsárlón, Seljalandsfoss, Skógafoss, Geysir
Best Time to Visit Iceland: February, March, September and October
Slovenia – heaven on earth
Must See: Lake Bled, Postojna Cave, Triglav National Park, Lake Bohinj, Predjama Castle, Ljubljana Castle, Dragon Bridge, Tivoli Park, Metelkova Art Center, Central Market
Best Time to Visit Slovenia: April to September
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This blog post is part of SpeakEasy Blogging Challenge by Dipika and Ruchi.
This is quite a list. I personally loved Pondicherry, just that it can get way too hot if you visit at the wrong time!
I love travelling and solo traveling such an adventure thanks for this post.
I love travelling and solo destination place Japan is one of my favourite place.
I have never followed any travel bloggers. Good to know these through your blog.
Oh man! I so miss traveling. Its like a dream for me to travel again with kids, this time.
oh i have visited all the Indian places mentioned, but with hubby.. Hahaha! I should start going solo or with friends now I guess! This make shift vacation is too tiring at times…
Lovely post dear and your list is so good. I had visited most of these places already and had a good experience too. international travel list sounds so amazing and making me tempted to visit them someday with family in future.
Nice compilation – I learned about some wonderful travel bloggers. Thank you for writing this one. #SpeakEasy
Wow! That’s a great list! I love travelling solo – though it has been mostly for work.
Missing traveling so muchh…😐
Thanks for this awesome list. I have been few of them and glad to know many of spot which is unknown to me. It is really helpful to plan next travel spot.
Cool post! I am so happy to see that I have visited many of the places on your list, though not solo! Happy women’s day to you!