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Travel to Dharamshala

Dharamshala is a city located on the edge of the Himalayas in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh in the district of Kangra Surrounded by cedar forests. There are two sections of town. One is known as Lower Dharamshala, its commercial hub and dotted with markets, courts, and the popular Kotwali Bazaar, where everyday items are found. Upper Dharamshala is…

Makar Sankranti celebration in India

Makar Sankranti is dedicated to the Surya (sun) deity. It is celebrated annually on a fixed date of 14 January. This is the first day of the migration of the sun into Makara (Capricorn), which represents the end of the month or the end of the winter season and the beginning of a new harvest season. A shared cultural practice…

Travel to Dalhousie

Dalhousie is a high-altitude town in the north Indian state of Himachal Pradesh, spread over 5 hills near the Dhauladhar mountain range. Located in one of the Himalayan’s greenest areas, this city has a neighborhood that will fascinate nature and culture lovers. It is home to colonial-era buildings that date back to the British Raj rule in the 1800s, including…


Kedarnath – Spiritual travel Odyssey Every Hindu is likely to travel to Kedarnath in their life especially religious minded people. It is situated near Mandakini river of Himalayas, in the month of April to November this temple will open, Due to utmost weather conditions and rest of the month it will be covered by snow. Especially this temple here is…

Festival Tours

Best Destinations to travel during Dasara: Dasara is festival of goddess. The cultural atmosphere helps us to relax from our busy schedule and it inspires us to spend some quality time with family in tourist places. There are few places to visit during dasara, here are the information of such places below: Kolkata- Kolkata is very famous for celebrating Durga…


Ladakh – little Tibet Of India or the land of high passes, the land Gompas is an ideal destination as one of the best adventure capital of India where people from across the world comes here to take part in a various adventure activity. The magnificent land of here not only offers eternal only to adventure lovers, but also for…

Best places to visit in Goa!

Think of Goa and what comes to mind? Endless sandy beaches with coconut palms waving in the breeze, The warm waters of the Arabian Sea lapping at your feet? All-nights rave under the stars. Ancient Portugal heritage, festival as sunburn along with exquisite cuisine, Goa is a must visit place.  Friendly hospitable people! Tourism in Goa has led to creating…

Ratha Saptami: The date considered to be the birthday of Lord Suryadev

Ratha Saptami or Rathasapthami is among the most significant Hindu festivals to be observed on the’ Saptami’ (7th day) during the Hindu month Maagha’s Shukla Paksha… Popularly known as “Magha Saptami”, “Ratha Saptami” or “Surya Jayanti” is devoted to the Hindu Sun God, Lord Surya.  Lord Surya is recognized as Lord Vishnu Avatar. The term ‘Ratha’ means ‘chariot’.  This day marks…


Ugadi is a new year for the Hindus of the states of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, and Karnataka in India. The first day in the month of  Chaitra in the Hindu lunisolar calendar these regions are observed celebrating. in the Gregorian year of 2020, Ugadi will be celebrated on 25 March. The word Ugadi is driven from the Sanskrit word Yugadi,…

Holi: Everything you need to know about THE FESTIVAL OF COLORS

Holi the most celebrated and admired festival of India which is celebrated in almost every corner of the country. The festival indicates the end of winter & arrival of spring.  This festival is very widely known as the “Color Festival” or “Festival of Love”. It is called the “festival of love,” because people get together on this day ignoring all…

Maha Shivratri-the great night of shiva

The main Hindu festival Maha Shivratri, which clearly means the “Great Night of Shiva”. It is the darkest night of the month. It is a Hindu tradition that is widely performed both in Nepal & India.  Shivratri occurs each 14th day of the month but this specific Shivratri that falls in the month of the Magha according to the Hindu calendar,…

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The trip alone leaves no one indifferent. Some love it, others fear it, many hesitate to take the plunge ... But one thing is certain: traveling alone is adventure with a big A. Those who taste are often satisfied. Eurovoyages gives you its advice to fly with your own wings while ignoring your apprehensions.

choose your destination

Some places are better suited to solo trips than others. If you are not very sure of yourself and want to go smoothly,  we advise you to choose a city of medium size, known for its culture and its warm atmosphere. For a first trip alone, there is nothing to go far, because some cities in Europe offer a change of scenery. For more experienced travelers looking for space and adventure, USA, Japan or Thailand are ideal destinations.
The most important thing is to choose a destination that you have to discover! 

Basic Utilities to follow

A successful solo trip goes through a calm minded departure. For this, it is essential to settle all the paperwork before leaving. Here are some key points:

  • Invest in a pouch / bag that you can always keep close to the body. You will glide along all your important documents: identity card or passport, credit card, cash, cell phone, keys, etc .
  • Prepare a document on which you will list the emergency numbers to contact in case of problems : insurance, bank, relatives, embassy, ​​hospitals, accommodation on site.
  • Check the validity of your VISA, passport and credit card. The latter must be accepted in the country where you are going.
  • Declare your departure to the French Embassy and note the address, as well as the telephone number of the Embassy of the country where you are staying.

Plan your journey

Ask about where you are going . You can create routes in advance if you like to foresee everything (you are alone, nobody will notice you!). If you are more of a spontaneous type, the minimum is to learn about the habits and customs (tips, gestures or behaviors to avoid, type of clothing to be preferred, currency) and basic polite formulas to know if you leave in a country whose language you do not know Avoiding arriving at night and planning at least these first two nights on site can also, you avoid extra stress.

Meet the locals

One of the best things about traveling alone is to be able to easily meet people. You are foreigners and locals will be curious to know your story. A tip: stay open to the world around you! And favor the places favorable to exchanges to punctuate your trip: cafes, parks, museums, bars of inns … Etc.

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