Who does not like traveling? And when we talk about budget travel in India, it feels like a cherry on the top, also it is a great way to quench your wanderlust thirst and get moving. From lush green hill stations to clear blue beaches, everything can be explored and that too in budget. So let’s just dive right into the blog and see what we have in store for you.
Traveling to western ghats is something on your checklist then Wayanad is the place you need to plan your trip to. Mesmerizing caves, waterfalls, and numerous temples, the place promises you a pleasant experience. It is a great place to experience nature at its absolute best up close.
Average Cost: Stay + Food: Rs.1000- Rs.1500/day(approx.)
A UNESCO world heritage site, Hampi just tops the charts when we talk about budget travel in India. If history happens to interest you then it is sure exploring the ruins of Hampi will surely interest you. Also, don’t forget to visit Hampi Utsav that is celebrated in the month of November.
Average Cost: Stay + Food= Rs. 500- Rs.1000/day(approx.)
This is the southernmost point of peninsular India and the meeting point of three oceans, the Bay of Bengal, Arabian Sea, and the Indian Ocean. It is one of the most aesthetically pleasing, offers some amazing architectural marvels, and also offers the most beautiful views of sunrise and sunset over the waters.
Average Cost: Stay + Food= Rs. 1000-Rs.1500/day(approx.)
The place offers a great view of the Mt. Kanchenjunga range and is famous throughout the world for the tea it grows. Slurp on desi Chinese food while relaxing to the surreal views of the mountain.
Average Cost: Stay + Food = Rs 1100-Rs.1500/day(approx.)
Ever thought about where does this place is named after? It was a fort constructed by the Ahom dynasty in the 15th century CE. It is declared the capital of Arunachal Pradesh. The calming climate, classic Buddhist architecture, and culture will only make you love this place a bit more every time to visit.
Average Cost: Stay + Food= Rs 2000- Rs.2500/ day (approx.)
Also, pro tip using public transport, living in dorms, hostels and homestays, fulfilling your cravings with the street food will only in cutting costs.
So, here’s summing up with the gorgeous destinations to be added to your list.
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Really helpful blog. Helped me plan a trip to Kanyakumari. Thanks a lot, keep up the good work 🙌🏻
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