5 Budget Destinations for the Festive Season
1. Meghalaya is the Scotland of the East
The Shillong viewpoint, where we get a bird’s eye view of the Shillong city.” Meghalaya is a dream deal where you can experience scenic beauty clubbed with an inexpensive stay. Stay at just INR 600 per night and food starts from INR 60 only.
2. Rishikesh is an eccentric mix of spirituality and adventure
Rishikesh is often looked at just as a pilgrimage site. But how many of you are aware that it is also a very popular adventure site? The stay option varies according to your necessity.
Things to do: River rafting can cost you 400 – 1300 INR per person. Beach camping can cost you around 1600 INR per night and can be split with friends.
3. Gokarna is the offbeat version of Goa
Gokarna isn’t as commercialized as Goa and thus cheaper in most aspects. Also, the beaches are less crowded compared to beaches of Goa. Favourite beach, apart from Om beach, Paradise beach and Moon beach. There is a lesser known cave that is really secluded and well hidden. Beach sports kept us busy, playing Frisbee; running in the sea, playing in the water, boating, eating was exactly how one spends their time in Gokarna.
4. Darjeeling is the queen of hills
Being one of India’s most famous holiday destinations, Darjeeling attracts tourists around the year. Stay options start from 1000 INR and the food is as cheap as 150 INR for two. The mall, tea garden, zoo, ropeway, toy train.
5. Experience the regal Jaipur
The colorful streets, a blend of old and new Jaipur and the rich splendor cultural heritage are Jaipur’s most attractive features. Tabrej Mohammed shares on Triphealer, “Jaipur has a lot to offer in terms of historical palaces, forts, museums, religious places and wildlife in addition to shopping.” It is an inexpensive destination, the food and accommodation starting from INR 400 onwards with numerous home stays cropping up every day.