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Low Budget Places In India


Low-budget places to visit in India

India offers a plethora of low-budget travel destinations that provide unique cultural experiences, breathtaking landscapes, and vibrant city life. Here are some low-budget places to visit in India:

McLeod Ganj, Himachal Pradesh

Nestled in the Himalayas, this serene town is the residence of the Dalai Lama and home to a large Tibetan community. Enjoy trekking, Tibetan cuisine, Buddhist monasteries, and stunning mountain views.

Hampi, Karnataka

Explore the ruins of the once-magnificent Vijayanagara Empire. Hampi offers a rich historical and architectural experience with its temples, ancient monuments, and scenic landscapes.

Pushkar, Rajasthan

Known for its sacred lake and famous camel fair, Pushkar offers a vibrant atmosphere. Experience camel rides, explore the colorful bazaars, and witness the captivating evening aarti (religious ritual).

Rishikesh, Uttarakhand

Located on the banks of the holy river Ganges, Rishikesh is renowned as the “Yoga Capital of the World.” Participate in yoga and meditation retreats, indulge in adventure sports like river rafting, and visit the iconic Laxman Jhula.


While Goa has some luxurious resorts, it also offers budget-friendly accommodations and local food options. Enjoy the sandy beaches, vibrant nightlife, water sports, and the relaxed, tropical vibe.

Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh

Considered one of the oldest inhabited cities in the world, Varanasi is a significant pilgrimage site for Hindus. Witness the spiritual rituals along the ghats (riverfront steps), take a boat ride on the Ganges, and explore the narrow lanes of the old city.

Jaipur, Rajasthan

Known as the “Pink City,” Jaipur offers a mix of history, culture, and architectural wonders. Explore the Amber Fort, City Palace, Hawa Mahal, and indulge in shopping at the bustling bazaars.


This former French colony on the east coast of India combines Indian and French cultures. Stroll along the charming French Quarter, relax on the beaches, visit the Aurobindo Ashram, and try French-inspired cuisine.

Munnar, Kerala

Nestled amidst the Western Ghats, Munnar is a hill station known for its lush tea plantations, waterfalls, and picturesque landscapes. Enjoy trekking, visit the tea museums, and breathe in the fresh mountain air.

Kolkata, West Bengal

Known for its literary, artistic, and intellectual heritage, Kolkata offers a blend of colonial architecture, bustling markets, and delicious street food. Explore landmarks like the Victoria Memorial, Indian Museum, and Dakshineswar Kali Temple.

Remember to plan your trip in advance, compare accommodation options, and explore local street food for affordable dining experiences.

This article has been written by Jyoti Singh, working as an intern in Vidhan News.