Some of the tourist destinations in Karnataka where solo women travelers can travel free.
Hampi : “The World Heritage Site”, tops the list of most frequently visited destinations of Karnataka.
Coorg: This is best destination for nature lovers and eco-tourists who enjoy nature. There are plenty of stay options and now Coorg offers improved transport facility.
Mysuru : “The cultural Capital” and now it is “First Ranked city in Cleanliness index “. The ambiance and the soft-spoken people of Mysore will surely make you fall in love with it. TrinTrin is the Public Bike Share (PBS) system of Mysuru. This is a system where bicycles are owned and operated by a civic administration and its associates, for shared, short-term use by local residents as well as visitors, on an easy rental basis. The system involves borrowing a bicycle from any ‘docking station’ across the city and returning the borrowed bicycle after a ride to any ‘docking station’, as suits the convenience of the rider.
Chikmagalur : “The Coffee Land of Karnataka” – Chikmagalur has become preferred tourist destination for Eco-tourists. It is also said to be the best place for road trips in Karnataka. A morning walk amidst the coffee plantations is a unique experience.
Shimoga : The pleasant easy-going aura of Shimoga is a rejuvenating experience. The lush green hills, paddy fields with various historical sites and some unexplored parts make your visit a very interesting one. Shimoga is popularly known as the ‘Gateway of Malnad’. This place is a great option for Solo women travelers.
Udupi : The city of Udupi is always lively and welcoming. The beaches along with several temples will make your visit memorable. Just keep in mind that women wearing jeans and short tops are not allowed in some temples. So wear a knee length top with cotton pants if you’re planning to visit the temples. Don’t miss out on the food served in Udupi Krishna Temple.