Traveling has emerged as this huge lifestyle trend, which most youngsters want to follow. Unlike many other cultural phenomena, traveling is healthy for mind, body, and soul; not so much for your wallet though! If you are still a student or someone who has joined the workforce recently, saving up money for India Tour Packages can take a while. However, this vast nation of ours has so many sights to see that won’t burn a hole in your pockets. Check out this list of ten best budget trips in India that you can afford easily!
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Pondicherry, a beautiful coastal town in the state of Tamil Nadu, is easily accessible from Chennai via bus or train. The transportation part of this trip can go as low as INR 100! Accommodation, food, commute…everything in this low budget tourist place in India will suit you.
A weekend trip to Gokarna from Bangalore can actually be managed in less than INR 5,000! This coastal town is extremely cheap when it comes to food and accommodation.
Goa, especially in the off-season is incredibly inexpensive. If you live in Pune or Mumbai, traveling to Goa is not even a concern. A cottage or homestay in Goa is generally the best option for backpackers. Overall, a trip to Goa from nearby places should not cost you more than INR 6,000.
This historically eminent site is also a hub of backpackers as it is insanely cheap. Adding the expense of a decent homestay, scooty rent, food, and sightseeing wouldn’t cost you beyond five thousand bucks.
Surrounded by high mountains and lush forests, this Himachal town is a youngster’s paradise. Trekking and sightseeing here would have nominal costs here while gorging in Tibetan cuisine also will not hurt your wallet. Coming here from Delhi on a bus is also an extremely inexpensive affair.
State-run buses from Delhi to Haridwar would cost you a few hundred bucks, and from there you can take a local bus to reach Rishikesh. You can camp on the banks of River Ganga for as low as INR1,600, which will include meals too. For rafting, you will have to pay somewhere between INR 400 to INR 1,300.
Easily reachable from Kolkata via Siliguri in a train, Sikkim is one of the most beautiful and cheap places to visit in India. The food here would cost you as low as INR 100 per meal and accommodation is as cheap as INR 120 per night.
With plenty of inexpensive accommodation options, including dharamshalas and ashrams, and many affordable cafes and restaurants, Lonavala is an ideal destination for youngsters traveling on a budget.
Close to Delhi, Jaipur is ideal for those who love to visit historical places. From transportation to stay and eating options, everything here will be well within your budget.
Traveling from Delhi to Kasol is not just convenient but also cheap. A dream come true for backpackers and budget travelers, Kasol is breathtakingly beautiful.