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solo trip

Travelling with your friends and family and loved ones is one of the most beautiful experiences you can have in your life. And normally that is what we think of when we talk about travelling, spending some relaxing time in a new city, surrounded by the people who matter. However, there is another way to travel, which yields a totally different experience and perspective. And that way is, travelling solo. Travelling on your own may seem quite daunting at the beginning. But if you can get rid of that fear, take the first step and start your journey, you can be sure to have an experience which you have never had in your life, no matter how well-travelled a human being you are. A solo trip can be extremely rewarding and even life-altering – and there are the top reasons why you must try a solo holiday , at least once.

Discover yourself

This may sound like a cliche, but it is actually very true. You see, back home you have all your friends and family to be with. But going on a solo trip means you have to spend a lot of time with yourself. Now that might sound a little bit sad, but that can actually be a great thing. You will have a lot of time to explore yourself, ponder upon things which you didn’t have the time to think about during your busy schedule. Moreover, exploring new places gives a sense of achievement as well, so that will help to boost your confidence. Most of the travellers who go on a solo trip, come back as a better version of themselves, so that is certainly something to be excited about.

It is all about the destination

Travelling on your own means there will be much less things to distract you from the destination you are travelling to. Yes, travelling with your friends and family is great and fun. But that also translates to losing out on the precious vacation time you have to properly explore the destination you are travelling to. Travelling solo takes all those problems away, and let you focus on the destination itself. You will have a lot more opportunities to explore the place you are travelling to, and have a much more authentic travel experience which you otherwise would not have.

Meet new people

While travelling with friends and family ensures that you have people around you while you travel to some new city, that doesn’t necessarily mean that you won’t have anyone to strike up a conversation with during your vacation days. A solo trip is the best time to meet new people from around the world and make new friends. Hit it up with some of the fellow travellers, or join in on a conversation with the locals. Solo travel is the best way to make friends and share some beautiful memories and experiences with them.

Travel to Almora

Almora could be a district set in the Kumaon region of the Himalaya, towards the eastern side of the state of Uttarakhand. The name of the town originated from a plant name “Kilmora”, found in the region. Supported in 1568, Almora is considered as the cultural centre of the Kumaon hills.

Due to a range of altitudes and therefore the nature of valleys, it sees wide climatic variations in temperature and precipitation, therefore giving a range of vegetation. The flora in the region is classified as tropical, Himalayan sub-tropical, sub alpine and alpine. It is a well known fact that alpine and sub alpine zones offer the most effective environment for a large number of medicinal plants.

Almora Tourism

With picturesque views of snow-capped Himalayas in the backdrop, Almora is enclosed by thick pine and fir tree forests. The town incorporates a list of religious spots, that are among the most attractions for tourists from across the planet. With the exception of a number of the most effective views, hill station offers choices for adventurous treks. In fact, Almora turns into an ideal honeymoon destination throughout winters.

Almora offers a chance for an opportunity for travellers from their busy town lives. Apart from the sightseeing and traveller spots to be confirmed, numerous festivals may also be tried out like the Nanda Devi Fair and the Uttraini festival of Bageshwer.Almora


Almora is situated at an average elevation of 1,638 metres, and is a hillock of the shape of a horse saddle. The rivers Koshi and Suyal flow alongside the Almora city.

The city is surrounded by the Pithoragarh district bordering Tibet on the East, the Garhwal district on the West, Bageshwar district on the North, and the district of Nainital on its South.

Best Time to Visit

Surrounded by the Himalayas from all sides, Almora mostly experiences a pleasant weather throughout the year. The temperature in summers varies between 28° C to 12° C, which during winters varies between 15°C and as low as 2°C. Monsoons last from August to October and the city experiences moderate rainfall, making it look greener and beautiful, apt for sightseeing. Though, winters can be harsh, months from April to June, and September to November can be the best time to visit Almora.

Plan a Travel to Almora and have fun!

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