1/. Ahmedabad, Gujarat: Also known as the ‘Manchester of India‘, for its textile supplies, Ahmedabad has been voted as one of the safest cities in India for women travelers according to the recent survey.
2/. Nainital, Uttarakhand: The all time favourite hill resort with a green volcanic lake, is said to be the place where Lord Shiva (Hindu Deity) is said to have performed his Tandava (dance). A small town with serine view of the hills and happy faces all around has much more to offer. Be it solo or in group, it is a delightful retreat for any type of women traveller.
3/. Udaipur, Rajasthan: Amidst the Aravalli ranges, Udaipur is a city in Rajasthan famous for its exquisite monuments, temples, fairs and festivals. While the entire state is known for its friendly environment, this city of lake palaces in indeed one among the safest place for women travellers.
4/. Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir: Nestled among the snow capped mountains with a rugged topography and very less of modern aminities; Ladakh has been one of the all time favourite tourist destination. It has been highly preferred by visitors irrespective of gender, solo traveller or groups. The majestic mountains, snow capped hills, never ending roads and the witty road signs will never disappoint you.
5/. Pondicherry: Earlier a French colony, Pondicherry today reflects outrageous influence of the the French, in its culture and livelihood. With a mixture of modern heritage, spiritual culture, and predominant historic background, Pondicherry is certainly a great destination for shopping and trying the scrumptious French cuisine.
6/. Shimla, Himachal Pradesh: Once the summer capital of British India, Shimla still restores its charm with the ancient Neo Gothic buildings of British Era. Surrounded by pine deodar, oak and rhododendron forests Shimla houses splendid colonial edifices, quaint cottages and charming walks. This hill station remains as one of the most preferred destination by the women travellers.
7/. Sikkim: Sikkim offers one of the most spectacular landscapes, flora and fauna making it a haven for adventure enthusiasts and naturalists. The three different ethnic communities living in harmony creates a peaceful and hassle free environment for the visitors.
8/. Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh: Varanasi, one of the oldest inhabited city; offers a kaleidoscopic view with vividly flashy colourful environment. As a pilgrim site, it is mostly visited by pilgrims who come to wash away their sins in the holy Ganges. It is undoubtedly a safe place to indulge yourself in the age old Hindu religious customs and practices.
9/.Shillong, Meghalaya: A delight for the nature lovers, Shillong houses the ‘ Cleanest Village in Asia’ (Mawlynnong). Also known as “India’s Rock Capital” due to the people’s interest in music, the inhabitants are peace loving and so they provide a friendly, safe and hospitable environment for its visitors.
10/. Mysore,Karnataka: A place known for its spectacular palaces, production of premium silk, sandalwood and and incense; Mysore is yet another city considered to be friendly and safe for women travellers. With a much crowded environment, Mysore offers a perfect opportunity to indulge in the Indian culture.
11/. Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh: A UNESCO World Heritage Site,Khajuraho is well known for the depiction of erotic carvings. Though the usual staring crowd cannot be avoided, Khajuraho is much of a safe destination. However wandering around at night alone is not recommended.
12/. Hampi, Karnataka: Known for its bewitching Vijaynagara Style architecture, Hampi is yet another UNESCO World Heritage Site. Famous for its monuments, Hampi attracts visitors from all around the world. Generally considered as a safe and peaceful place, wandering around the ruins alone at night might get dangerous.
13/. Rishikesh, Uttarakhand: A place where the famous four of Beatles visited the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi Ashram in the early 1968, making it a famous yoga destination. Rishikesh is a famous pilgrimage spot and also renowned for adventure activities such as rafting, rock climbing as well as bungee jumping. It is favourable to travel with a bunch of friend and try out all those activities.
14/. Munnar, Kerala: Munnar is a home to South India’s largest tea plantation. With its hushed lush green stretch of tea plantations and the wide stretch of wildlife reservation, it is yet another safest destination in South India.
15/. Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh: A small alluring town in the state of Arunachal Pradesh; Ziro is a renowned World Heritage Site. Ziro offers a very calm and serine environment for the visitors and also exhibits the best of tribal culture. With the picture perfect combination of culture and nature, it is a delight for peace lovers.