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A bachelorette trip is the last trip that a girl makes as a 'single' with her girlfriends. No matter even if you travel with your girls once you are married, the rush of going on a bachelorette trip is amazing.
As much as we want to go out and have fun without guys, the security issue is something that bothers all of us. Well, girls, don’t worry, here are some places that are safe abodes for your bachelorette fun.
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Nainital is one of the cleanest and safest hill stations in the Northern India. With the beautiful lakes, shadowed by clouds floating over them, you would feel as if you are in heaven. You can go for trekking with your girls or enjoy a quiet boat ride in the lake with them. It also has amazing Tibetan market for your shopping spree.
If you and your troop are more on the adventurous side, Spiti should be the destination for your bachelorette party. Himachal Pradesh is a safe place in general, but Spiti is its best proponent. This place isn’t commercialised yet. You can do trekking, skiing and hiking here.
Yes, we know that you must have made Goa’s plan numerous time, but this is the chance to actually make it work. Although the people of Goa are open-minded, we would advise you to head towards Panaji, old Goa, to celebrate your singlehood days. And, we don’t need to tell you what you can do here!
Khajuraho has been declared as the World Heritage site by the UNESCO. If you want to indulge in some rich cultural sightseeing, this should be the destination for your bachelorette parade. You can also indulge in absorbing yoga sessions with your girl gang.
Puducherry is one of the most beautifully maintained Union Territories of India. Since this place was a French colony for a while, you can see some French influence in their food, culture and language. It is a very peaceful place and extremely safe even for a solo female traveler. With pretty European style homes and safe beaches, it is a great option for a bachelorette party.
This place is for those who want to have some fun without spending too much. Pune is a safe spot for women and you can hire a place at the minimal cost. This place has many hill stations to offer. Filled with dreamy air, this place offers various heritage sites as well.
Green hills covered with tea plantation make this place look like a canvas of a brilliant artist. This place is unadulterated by eve teasers. Kerela, in general, is considered to be the safest place for women in India. With the highest female literacy rate, Kerala has set an example for the rest of the country. You can go for trekking, hiking and cycling without any qualms.
Hampi is one place that is sure to blow away your mind. This is another place that has made to the UNESCO’s list of World Heritage sites. The remains of the Vijayanagara Kingdom and Hampi will make you look at life from a different perspective. There is something in the air of this place that make its people so warm and cordial. For any bride who still has some wedding jitters, should visit this place for some tranquility.
Another place from Karnataka which is equally safe and beautiful for women travelers is Mysore. Tipu Sultan’s land, this place has so many beautiful palaces. Mysore Palace is a place you can’t afford to skip, so do visit it late in the evening for a spectacular view. Moreover, it is the hub of sandalwood, premium silk and incense. Thus, you can have fun while shopping here with your girls.
Shimla is a place which is buzzing with travelers throughout the year. Since it is a geographically smaller place and everybody knows everybody, it is quite safe for women travelers. You will see people on the streets at all time of the day. It is a great place to visit with your girl gang.
We know that you are about to get married and deserve every bit of this bachelorette trip before you take the vows of staying happily with someone for the rest of your life. You can have a fun and memorable bachelorette trip with your girls at these safe places in India. Why should boys have all the fun?