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Making Post- Covid Plans? Here are 6 Budget-friendly Places in India You Will fall in Love

Do your feet get itchy from the usual routine at home and head to a beautiful valley in the heart of the Himalayas? Or, do you need a ‘sea’ vitamin to go on a busy schedule next week?

You do not need to plan ahead or spend a lot of money to give yourself and your family a quick restart break. There are many accessible, affordable places to visit in India that offer a memorable trip as an exotic destination.

Here is our list of 6 budget-friendly places you can leave without worrying about your bank balance:

1. Puducherry

A piece of France in central India, Puducherry is all about pristine beaches, stone streets with colonial buildings and relaxing cafes that offer the best French food in India.

Puducherry has a lot to offer to those who want peace and tranquillity. From wandering on the streets of the Bay of Bengal to yoga and meditation sessions in Sri Aurobindo Ashram, or a short tour of Auroville – the choice is yours. The place offers it all. 

When to visit – October to March

Ideal Duration– 2-3 days

The most effective method to reach

Via Air: Via Chennai International Airport (144 km).

Via Train: Puducherry Railway Station can be reached effectively from Chennai, Trichy, Madurai and other significant South Indian urban areas.

By Road: Puducherry is all around associated with all significant urban communities by street. East Coast Road (ECR) offers a picturesque three-hour drive from Chennai to Puducherry.

Normal expense (stay and food) – Rs 1000/day approx.

2. Pushkar

One of the significant religious places in Rajasthan, Pushkar is also hipster heaven. The town encompasses the hallowed Pushkar Lake, a Hindu journey site with in excess of 52 ghats to wash and make contributions.

Although the town flaunts numerous sanctuaries, the most distinct is Jagatpita Brahma Mandir, committed to Lord Brahma. Pushkar is likewise renowned for its reasonable steers, famously known as Pushkar Camel Fair or Pushkar ka Mela, held in November consistently.

 On the off chance that you are not a strict explorer, you should visit the laid-back town to take a quick break from your rushed life. 

When to visit – October to March

Ideal Duration– 2-3 days

The most effective method to reach-

Via Air: The closest air terminal is Sanganer Airport in Jaipur (151 km).

Via Train: Ajmer Railway Station (14 km) is the closest choice. Ajmer is very much associated with Pushkar through transports and cabs.

By Road: Pushkar is associated with the most significant urban communities by street.

Normal expense (stay and food) – Rs 1000-Rs 1500/day approx

3. Kodaikanal

Quite possibly the most popular slope station in India, Kodaikanal is famously known as the Princess of Hill Stations, situated in Tamil Nadu.

In contrast to Ooty, you don’t see crowds of guests in each alcove and corner of the objective in any event, during the pinnacle vacationer season.

Sailing on Kodaikanal Lake or cycling around it, or a trip to the closest hillock in the night for an entrancing perspective on the Milky Way universe, Kodaikanal offers the best of lifetime recollections without begging to be spent.

When to visit – October to July

Ideal duration – 2-3 days

Step by step instructions to reach

Via Air: You can fly either to Madurai (120), Trichy (150 km) or Coimbatore (175 km).

Via Train: The closest rail line station, Kodaikanal Road Railway Station (79 km) is very much associated with urban communities on the Dindigul and Madurai course.

By Road: There are normal transport administrations to Kodaikanal from Chennai, Pondicherry, Coimbatore, Madurai and other significant urban areas in Tamil Nadu.

Normal expense (stay and food) – Rs 1500-Rs 2000/day approx


A simple mention of Darjeeling is sufficient to help you to remember the beautiful tea cultivates and hypnotizing environmental factors settled in the core of the mountains of East India.

 Probably the least expensive spot to visit in India, Darjeeling allows you to bring home valuable recollections of an outing to the lap of nature.

 The Darjeeling Himalayan Railway has been functional since 1881. On the off chance that you cover the whole 80-km course, the essential toy train ride would incorporate getting more than 500 scaffolds, directing through moving fields and rich green valleys.

When to visit – April to June and October to January

Ideal duration – 2-3 days

The most effective method to reach

Via Air: Bagdogra, 12 km from Siliguri, is the closest air terminal to Darjeeling (70 km). Not a significant air terminal, you may need to take a trip to Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport in Kolkata prior to taking another trip to Bagdogra.

Via Train: The closest rail route station New Jalpaiguri associates the city with every one of the significant urban communities of India. There are numerous trains to New Jalpaiguri from Delhi, Kolkata, Guwahati, Chennai, Mumbai, Bengaluru and different urban areas.

By Road: There are ordinary transport administrations from Siliguri to Darjeeling. The Tenzing Norgay Central Bus Terminus at Siliguri runs normal transport administrations on the course. You can likewise select a common jeep. Despite the fact that it is quicker, the expense is regularly twofold compared with transport.

Normal expense (stay and food) – Rs 1000-Rs 1500/day approx

5. Gokarna

On the off chance that the seashore makes you ecstatic, Gokarna is the spot to be. A little seashore town in Karnataka, Gokarna offers a break from the raging surge of Goa while allowing you to loosen up and unwind by the delightful blue waters of the Arabian Sea.

 Gokarna’s shocking seashores, for example, Om Beach, Half Moon Beach, Nirvana Beach and Paradise Beach offer strange and holy encounters to the guests.

For water sports aficionados, Gokarna offers a wide scope of intriguing exercises, for example, scuba jumping, swimming, banana boat rides and that’s just the beginning.

When  to visit – October to March

Ideal duration – 3-4 days

Step by step instructions to reach

Via Air: You can travel to Dabolim Airport in Goa (140 km away) and take a taxi to Gokarna.

Via Train: Ankola Railway Station (around 20 km from Gokarna) is the closest rail line station and is very much associated with most significant urban communities like Mumbai and Thiruvananthapuram.

By Road: Gokarna is associated with practically all significant urban communities in Karnataka by street. Additionally, it very well may be handily gotten to from National Highway 17 that interfaces Mumbai to Kochi.

Normal expense (stay and food) – Rs 800-Rs 1300/day approx


Settled in the green slopes of the Aravalli range, Udaipur is known for its rambling lakes and fantasy royal residences. The dazzling Lake Pichola, in the core of the city, is the delegated magnificence of Udaipur.

Spread across four kilometres, Lake Pichola is a counterfeit lake worked in the fourteenth century to offer some break to the dry area.

In any case, the unmissable sky blue water of the lake, with the baffling Aravali Hills in the background makes an ideal picture for the guests. For design and history buffs, an excursion to Udaipur is fragmented without investigating numerous regal castles in the city.

When to visit – September to March

Ideal Duration– 2-3 days

Step by step instructions to reach

Via Air: The closest is Maharana Pratap Airport which is 20 km away from the downtown area.

Via Train: Udaipur City Railway Station is all around associated with the greater part of the significant urban areas in North India.

By Road: Being a significant city in Rajasthan, Udaipur appreciates great availability to different places in Rajasthan. Many modes of transport worked by Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporation (RSRTC) go through Udaipur day by day.

Normal expense (stay and food) – Rs 1500-Rs 2000/day approx

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