India's Budget Travel Destinations You'll Fall In Love Instantly
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India's Budget Travel Destinations You'll Fall In Love Instantly

Lonavala is one of the most gorgeous city escapes from Mumbai and Pune

India's Budget Travel Destinations You'll Fall In Love Instantly

Are you longing to go on hiking to a stunning valley in the Himalayas, escaping the monotonous life? Or do you require some vitamin "sea" to get through the upcoming busy work week? You can achieve this without putting an extra load on your financial cards.

India has several inexpensive, accessible tourist destinations that can make a journey just as memorable as one to a luxurious exotic one.

Here s the list of budget-friendly places:


Gokarna is for beach lovers. Gokarna, a little seaside town in Karnataka, is a welcome escape from Goa's hectic pace. Om Beach, Half Moon Beach, Nirvana Beach, and Paradise Beach in Gokarna offer surreal spiritual experiences. Scuba diving, snorkelling, banana boat rides, and more await water sports fans at Gokarna. Gokarna, one of India's cheapest tourist destinations, draws spiritual and religious travellers year-round. Visit Sri Mahabaleshwara Swamy Temple, the country's oldest Shiva temple. Even non-religious travellers should visit the 4th-century granite temple, a classic Dravidian structure.

Location- Gokarna, Karnataka
Price- Rs 800-Rs 1200/day approx


Hampi, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, was the capital of the Vijayanagara Kingdom. The boulder-strewn Hampi ruins on the Tungabhadra River are a startling image of lost splendour.  Virupaksha Temple, Vithala Temple, Nandi Statue, Lotus Mahal, Sasivekalu Ganesha's monolith, and Hampi Market are Hampi's main attractions. Go through the temple town or ride a bike to see the ruins.

Location- Hampi, Karnataka
Price-  Rs 800-Rs 1200/day approx

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Lonavala is one of the most gorgeous city escapes from Mumbai and Pune. The "Gem of Sahyadri" hill station has outstanding ghat vistas, lush green valleys, stunning lakes, majestic waterfalls, and rock-cut caverns with old themes and inscriptions. Driving to Lonavala through rock-cut tunnels on the Mumbai-Pune Expressway is an adventure. A day excursion to Lonavala includes Aamby Valley, Pawna Lake, the Kune waterfall, Tikona Fort, Lohagad, and Rajmachi forts. Visit Lonavala in the monsoons to see the untamed beauty of green foliage on black ghats.

Location- Lonavala, Maharastra
Price-  Rs 800-Rs 1200/day approx


Wayanad is Kerala's eco-paradise. Wayanad's wildness draws tourists to the Western Ghats. The Wayanad experience includes unspoiled nature, amazing hiking routes, large lakes, rich history, and legacy. Go to Wayanad's Chembra Peak to observe the heart-shaped lake surrounded by hills and valleys, visit India's largest and Asia's second-largest earth dam, Banasura Sagar Dam, and explore Edakkal Caves' stone-age pictorial paintings.

Location- Wayanda, Kerela
Price-  Rs 800-Rs 1300/day approx


Puducherry is a taste of France in India's core, with stunning beaches, cobblestone streets lined with colonial buildings, and calm cafes serving some of India's best French gastronomy. Puducherry also offers quiet and tranquillity. Long walks along the Bay of Bengal, yoga and meditation at Sri Aurobindo Ashram, or a quick visit to Auroville—your pick.

Location- Puducherry, Tamilnadu
Price-  Rs 800-Rs 1500/day approx


Digha is a famous West Bengal holiday town, situated between East Midnapore and the northern Gulf of Bengal. Digha has a seven-kilometre shallow sand beach. Digha's low-gradient beach offers miles of wonderful sand to relax on. The seaside town is enchanted by casuarina plantations along the coast. The British discovered the little fishing town, known as Beerkul under Warren Hastings, in the late 18th century. Digha, like Kanyakumari, offers the strange sensation of watching dawn and sunset over the salty Bay of Bengal.

Location- Digha, West Bengal
Price-  Rs 900-Rs 1100/day approx