To a large extent, India is a safe country. A conversation with anyone travelling alone to India should soothen any of your nerves. Travelling alone in India may appear intimidating in the beginning, but most Indians you will encounter are fun-loving and helpful. The food is fiery spicy and may cause an occasional Delhi Belly but after a couple of weeks, you would be alright. Forget the minor discomfort and some travel scams that you often hear about. As Chuck Thompson rightly said, “No place is ever as bad as they tell you it’s going to be.”
However, even a battle hardened world traveller accustomed to the challenges of travelling alone would encounter few tricky situations in India. Like figuring out how the train system in India works. Or understanding what the great Indian head bob means. Sometimes, getting to offbeat places by yourself is also a challenge as English is not spoken in the rural hinterlands.
Stay safe when you go travelling alone in India
This is where we step in - to help solo travellers and couples travelling alone in India. We swear by solo travel as we just love it. We let you be, while ensuring that you have all the safety you need. We craft our tours to provide you with authentic experiences mixed with the must sees/ dos. Our knowledgeable local guides always accompany you on our tours everywhere. What more? Our single day City Tours along with multi-day, Hop on Hop off Tours give you all the freedom to travel impulsively.
We hope that somewhere along the way you meet some stranger to build a lasting bond of friendship. After all, this is what travel is all about.