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Best Ten Budget Holiday Destinations in India

This is a guest post by Manya Singh. Manya Singh is photographer & solo traveller by hobby, travel blogger by passion and lifestyle writer by profession. At present she is responsible for planning holidays at WeAreHolidays.

 

India is a diversified country renowned for its myriad hues of caste and culture. The coldest to hottest, wettest to driest places and mountain ranges with the highest peak are nestled in India. This budget-friendly country houses different variety of people having different culture and tradition. The top ten reasonably priced and charming cities for holidaying in India are:

 

kanyakumari

Kanyakumari: The essence of visiting Kanyakumari lies in the fact that is offers a spectacular view of sunrise and reddish- orange sunset at the convergence point of the three amazing sea – Indian Sea, Arabian Sea, and Bay of Bengal. Also, if you are lucky then you might see the tremendous moon-rise and sunset simultaneously on either side of the horizon.

varanasi 

Varanasi: The ‘city of temples’ have a lot of surprises folded carefully up in its sleeves. Everything from food, hotel, and tourist spots can easily fit into a tourist’s budget. The Vishwanath Temple, dedicated to Lord Vishnu, is the greatest attraction of the holy city.

delhi

Delhi: Step into the streets of Delhi to explore splendid monuments, mosques, the Qutumb Minar, Red fort, and the sacred Humayun’s Grave. The street food is served at cheap prices and tastes delicious. You can also view many Government structures and embassies including the India Gate.

jaipur

Jaipur: Popularly known as ‘Lilac City’, Jaipur is the city of Rajas and Maharajas. The food, monuments, palaces, and handicrafts are the essence of Jaipur. It has been a home of tourists for decades now, and offers great hospitality and pleasure.

ooty

Ooty: The ‘Queen of Hill Stations’ is located in the southern region of India. The snow-capped mountains, the cool and pleasant weather, and the tranquil locales can be explored at just the right price. Varied tour and travel packages to Ooty are available for a hassle-free stay.

mysore

Mysore: This budgetary destination should be visited during the Dussera festival when the whole city unites together as one for the ten-day celebration. The Mysore Palace is the greatest attraction of Mysore.

agra

Agra: One of the wonders of the world - the Taj Mahal is an ideal excuse for tourists to visit Agra. It is budget-friendly and offers great tourists’ spots.

darjeeling

Darjeeling: Known for its natural brilliance, Darjeeling offers great sunrise and sunset view. The snow-laden mountains are the prized possessions of this hill station.

munnar

Munnar: This tea town is celebrated for its panoramic tranquil beauty and green hills. The Mattupetti Dam, Kundala Lake, and Atukkad Falls are some of the attractions of this town.

kashmir

Jammu & Kashmir: This northern state is renowned for its majestic snowfall. The freezing waters, Dal Lake, and quaint holidaying spots makes it a must visit place.

If you are looking for a budget-friendly tour try out India. Maximum fun at minimum expense is the motto of this diversified country. So, book cheap travel packages to India today and enjoy the country with an altogether different perspective.

Comments

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  2. Very good budget holidays destination list. Thank you so much..

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  3. Jaipur is no doubt a beautiful place surrounded by aravalis as hotels are here are amazing like Jaipur Hotels whose main aim is to offer the traditional services that is loved by my family as we enjoy them from Perth to India.

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  5. This is the great information about Indian places but my favorite is Ooty which is prominent hill stations in India. The stuff is pretty good hopefully you share regularly like this.

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  6. My list is also somewhat similar to you.
    I think Delhi is not a cheap place :)

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  7. Good work friend. Your blog is very informative for me and all travel interest. India has a various places for visiting. I visit in this country before my grand canyon bus tour from la. My favorite destination is Taj Mahal. I wish I visit in India again with my family to enjoy the summer holidays.

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  8. Hey,
    Its Really great going through this blog..
    I am very after reading this & now its very easy to select a place in India.
    Thanks for sharing:)

    Best
    Sandeep
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  9. Thanks for this amazing sharing. It is a nice sharing for all travelers now they can easily select places which they want to see. My favorite place is "Munnar". I must visit that place in vacations in summer. This place is very famous due to its tea, panoramic tranquil beauty and green hills.

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  10. Vacation is one of the best thing to enjoy the some days in life now a days vacation has been start and many kids want to go for teh trip i think vacation is not only for the kids bus new brunswick to new york but i want to make the plan of US and i provide the facilities of bus tour between the cities

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  11. Jaipur is one of the best destinations in India, where every year many tourists come and enjoy there vacations. And for visitors there are some good hotels which provide best services in affordable prices.

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  12. Taj Mahal is pride of India most of the tourist visit Agra for only seen Taj mahal. Kerala ayurveda in India

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  13. India has numerous places to see. The listed places are good and tempt to see.

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  14. India has turned into a prevalent traveler’s destination with a huge number of individuals going to various parts of India every year. It has a lot to offer to its voyagers and visitors. It is a place where there are slopes, waterways, fields, shorelines, deltas and deserts. It houses numerous extravagant resorts and hotels to take into account its rising travel and tourism industry. India provides comfort tours to its explorers and visitors.http://www.hemtravels.com

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