Traveling alone can change your life. Although any form of wandering around this beautiful planet will bring changes to your lives. There is always something fascinating about journeys and voyages. However, there is something unique and special about exploring the world on a solo trip. Solo Trips, adventures and experiences change you. No matter wherever you go, solo traveling will help you love more and find yourself better.
You become a master of yourself
On solo trips, we get time to spark our creativities and discover ourselves. It can help you detox from the addition of the technology. The instinct of travel bug inside you gets alive. Getting out of your comfort zone, you face your own strengths and weaknesses.
Solo Travel teaches you Independence, Makes you Brave
Aditi Gupta, a student of Delhi University says, “Traveling solo is that opportunity you have been waiting for, that big chance to follow your instincts, to meet new people, explore new places and to get inside your own head.”
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Traveling alone is freedom.
“Travelling alone is freedom. On my Trip to Goa, all my friends returned from Train. I took a flight to come back to Delhi. It was not particularly a solo trip. But, a form of solo travel experience I could say. I enjoyed my return journey. For a moment I thought I’m grown up and can handle things alone. It was indeed a great experience for me, ” says Kritika Gupta.
Traveling solo is that opportunity you have been waiting for, that big chance to follow your instincts, to meet new people, explore new places and to get inside your own head.”
“We get a strange feeling when we travel alone. We don’t wait until the time the other person is ready. We can go anytime we want to. I doubted myself. I never thought I would be able to carry myself in the strange land. It was the time when I went all alone to cover a story in Agra. It was a single day trip and I feel all ladies should plan solo trips at least once in their lives. Solo trips will teach you in a much better way and give you more strength to deal with the life’s messes,” says Monika Ahlawat.
Arti Kumari says “I really wish to experience this at least once in my life. I truly believe that the anonymity of solo travel gives an opportunity to get a closer look at life. I really wish to go out of my comfort zone and soon I’ll convince my parents too to go out for a solo trip.”
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Goodbye Comfort Zone
Aditi Maheshwari comments,“Anything we do alone is a form of a solo trip. It is the path we choose. It allows us to live alone and learn to love being alone. Being alone, we tend to appreciate our own self. It reveals you and introduced you to your own inner self.”
“I love that I am one of those girls that hit the road by themselves. I went on a really great solo trip. I have traveled solo on weekend. But, then I went on a solo trip to Rajasthan. I came back after 10 days. It was awesome. It was difficult to convince parents because of the society we live in. But, indeed it turned out to be the best trips of my life. I learned new experiences in life. When you’re on a solo trip, you understand yourself better and that it the best outcome of solo travels,” says Manali Jain.
Traveling alone is one such opportunity that makes you realize and appreciate the beauty of life.
She adds, “I remember exactly how it felt at that moment. My mind was clear. My heart was free. It felt like an unknown adventure. It’s not exactly happiness. It’s a mixture of excitement, fear, happiness, curiosity, adventure and many more emotions thrown into a ball. It’s not easy to describe how it feels but I can tell you that it was wonderful and I’m grateful that I went on that trip.”
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Sharanya says, “I am from Chennai and I recently visited Germany for an Internship. It was my first time far (really far) away from home. Being the only kid to my parents I’ve always been pampered and surrounded by them and never had the necessity to stay alone. Even if you don’t have the guts to travel alone, I would suggest you to just go for it, blindfolded. I bet, you would return only to find out a stronger self that was lurking in you.”
I remember exactly how it felt at that moment. My mind was clear. My heart was free. It felt like an unknown adventure.
You’ll learn to love being alone.
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