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Top Affordable Getaways from the hectic life

Top Affordable Getaways from the hectic life

Everyone feels the need of getting away from the hectic lifestyle that we all lead. But the big question arises every time, “To Where?”.

It’s pretty obvious that everyone has to think about the expenses that will occur if one decides to go on a little tour. Do not worry because we have got your back.

In this article, we answer your questions, from ‘what are the best tourists spot you can visit?’ to ‘how much it can cost you?’, we have got it all covered. So read on to find out and choose your favorite affordable destination to go blow some steam off.

Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh The Spiritual Gateway of India

The Spiritual gateway of India - varanasi

Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh – ‘Kashi’, ‘Banaras’, ‘The Spiritual Gateway of India’, ‘The City of Shiva’ and many more names are given to this spiritual city. Varanasi is considered the holiest city by Hindus. According to spiritual beliefs, people come here to wash their sins in Ganga, pay respects to the gods, immerse ashes of their cremated loved ones in the hopes to free them from the cycle of rebirth. Varanasi has embraced the most intimate rituals of life and death in the most meaningful and truest form. Deeply rooted in the veins of Varanasi is spiritualism, mysticism, religion, and artistic values gained through centuries of knowledge.

What can you visit? – Assi Ghat, Sankat Mochan Hanuman Temple, Kashi Vishwanath Temple,

Ideal stay – 2-3 Days

When can you visit? – November – February

Average Cost – 1000-1200 per day approx.

Udaipur, Rajasthan Lakeside Heritage City

Udaipur owns its beauty to azure blue lakes, royal palaces and the enigmatic Aravali hills that surround the city providing the perfect backdrop and making the city into the fairytale picturesque every tourist can ever desire. And so, the city is also known as ‘City of Lakes’. It also is a great spot for history buffs to visit as every building worth a visit has a great history packed within its walls.

What can you visit? – Lake Pichola, City Palace, Sajjangarh Palace

Ideal stay – 2-3 Days

When can you visit? – September – March

Average Cost – 1000-1500 per day approx.


Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu Princess of Hill stations

Rightly nicknamed as ‘Princess of Hill Stations’, Kodaikanal is a beautiful and quaint hill town. It is famous for its scenic treks, lovely climate, gorgeous lakes, stunning valleys and beautiful pine forests. Unlike other famous hill stations, it is yet to be commercialized, so, there are no swarms of tourists in every nook and corner. It provides a serenity like no other hill station can. You can also enjoy a night’s walk while enjoying the exclusive Milky Way view.

What can you visit? – Dolphin’s nose rock, Kodaikanal Lake, Silver Cascade Falls

Ideal stay – 2-3 Days

When can you visit? – October – April

Average Cost – 1800-2000 per day approx.

Kasol, Himachal Pradesh

kasol -Himachal Pradesh

Kasol provides an exciting trekking experience while giving you an opportunity to explore nature and connect with your senses in the process. The small cafes that are yet untouched by commercialization gives you a wide range of food to try and explore. The cuisine here also includes many famous dishes from Israeli cuisine as many Israeli tourists come to visit this place every year. This is why Kasol is also known as ‘Mini Israeli’.

What can you visit? – Kheerganga Trek, Parvati River, Tosh

Ideal stay – 2-3 Days

When can you visit? – October – April

Average Cost – 800-1500 per day approx.

Hampi, Karnataka World Heritage Site

World Heritage Site​ - Hampi, karnataka

Located on the banks of river Tungabhadra Hampi is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The once capital of the mighty Vijayanagara Dynasty and now known as ‘The City of Ruins’, Hampi is a salient sight of the lost but unforgotten glory. This city is like a goldmine for history lovers to explore.

What can you visit? – Virupaksha Temple, Matanga Hill, Hemakuta Hill Temple

Ideal stay – 2-3 days

When can you visit? – October – February

Average Cost – 800-1500 per day approx.

Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh

Khajuraho - Madhya Pradesh

The vividly and widely famous erotic Khajuraho’s stone carvings account for only 10% of the sculptures that can be seen at Khajuraho’s temples. These temples are celebrated as the few survivors of the world’s finest temple art. Rediscovered in the 1850s, these Khajuraho monuments consist of 85 Hindu temples and 20 Jain temples that has passed the test of time.

What can you visit? – Kandriya Mahadev Temple, Chaturbhuj Temple, Devi Jagdambi Temple

Ideal stay – 2-3 Days

When can you visit? – October – February

Average Cost – 1000-1500 per day approx.

Jaisalmer, Rajasthan Edge of Thar desert

Edge of Thar desert​ - jaisalmer rajasthan

Located on the edge of the Thar desert, the city is a real-life Indian version stage of Arabian nights. Famously known as ‘The Golden City’, Jaisalmer provides one of the richest cultures in the entire country. The city lights up and is drowned in golden flames as the setting or dawning sun basks the Thar in its yellow rays.

What can you visit? – Jaisalmer Fort, Mandir Palace, Jain Temples

Ideal stay – 2-3 Days

When can you visit? – November – March

Average Cost – 1500-2000 per day approx.

Pondicherry, Puducherry The French Town

Pondicherry is vividly known as ‘The French Town’, covered in cobblestone streets lined with colonial buildings and relaxing cafes that provide one of the best French Cuisines. Pondicherry is also a great choice for people who want to experience the ‘Goa Beaches’ but in serenity and peace as the place is famous for its pristine beaches.

What can you visit? – Paradise Beach, Aurobindo Ashram, Auroville and The French Colony

Ideal stay – 2-3 Days

When can you visit? – October – March

Average Cost – 800-1500 per day approx.

Digha, West Bengal The Underwater City

Digha is also renowned as ‘The Underwater City’ that is a resort beach town situated on the seashore of the Bay of Bengal. Digha’s shallow beaches stretch over a good seven kilometers and are one mile wide, giving a great expanse of radiant sand to relax on. The salty water shores also offer an ethereal sunrise and sunset experience and the cherry on the cake is the casuarina plantations along the coast that make this scene more breathtaking.

What can you visit? – Digha Beach, Amaravati Park, Marine Station

Ideal stay – 1-2 days

When can you visit? – October – February

Average Cost – 800-1000 per day approx.

Alleppey, Kerala Venice of the East

Venice of the East​ - alleppey, kerala

Situated at the heart of Kerala, Alleppey is also known as ‘Venice of the East’. It is famous for its lagoons and verdant countryside. One can also enjoy the luxury of a houseboat which provides the best experience of the true glory of the unmatched waterways of Alleppey.

What can you visit? – Pathiramanal Island, Alappuzha Beach, Marari Beach

Ideal stay – 2-4 Days.

When can you visit? – Mid September – Mid March.

Average Cost – 500-2000 per day approx.

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