Budget travel can be intimidating if not planned properly. India has so much beauty in every corner and the best thing is that you don’t have to spend all your savings to travel to different states of our country. You don’t have to worry if you’re on a specific hard budget, here is a list of 5 great trips under ₹ 5000 in the summer.
Varanasi is full of backpackers and hippies all year round. The city offers you the most peaceful and spiritual journey with tons of temples everywhere. The Ganga aarti is one of the most spectacular places in Varanasi and definitely not to be missed. Everything from accommodation to transportation to food, Varanasi is extremely affordable.
Delhi! we hear you Summers always make you pay. But if you want to take a short trip away from the city and rejuvenate, then you can consider McLeod Ganj. About 400km from the capital, this Himachal Pradesh city is a sight to behold. McLeod Ganj is a great place if you want to explore spirituality, the Dalai Lama and more. In addition to being pleasing to our eyes, this place is also a savior for our pockets.
The mountains are always the best option to leave the hot summer days behind. Darjeeling is one of the most popular destinations in India, appreciated for its scenic beauty and good weather. The “Queen of the Hills” has a beautiful panoramic mountain view of the snow-capped Himalayas, fascinating landscapes, tea plantation experience, train rides and much more.
There is hardly anyone who hasn’t dreamed of visiting Goa at least once in their life. Beaches, good weather, delicious food, a dazzling night, and unexplored natural things are what it’s made of. Goa may seem a little expensive, but to be honest, it’s not if you plan everything.
About 350 km from Delhi, there is a town called Binsar. Surrounded by greenery and serenity, the city is known far and wide for its wildlife sanctuary. A quick trip to Binsar is undoubtedly cheap and doesn’t hurt your pocket. An interesting fact about this place is that this place was declared an important bird region in the late 1990s.