In the era when people are tending towards travel and adventure, the major hinder comes in terms of expenses. If you are one of those who want to explore more and spend less, then theses are some of the places which are bargain.

01. Kasol

Kasol, Himachal Pradesh

Kasol is a small tourist destination where you can find a nice and a cozy place in your budget. Kasol is all about mountain and hills. The best time to visit Kasol is when days are warm and nights are cool i.e. in the month’s f March, April, May and June.

02. Pondicherry

Pondicherry, Puducherry

Known for its beautiful environment and heritage monuments Pondicherry stands outs to be one of the popular destinations in South India. A number of activities are waiting for you in Pondicherry, be it cycling, relaxing at any beach or in an ashram. Pondicherry has its own glamour for water activities. One can enjoy colorful corals while scuba diving.

03. Kodaikanal

Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu

Kodaikanal stands out for its unique picturesque beauty. Well surrounded by mountains and valleys this places is not less than the heaven on earth. Visiting this place opens a gate to explore a lot of activities like surfing, boating, hiking and trekking. The most popular activity to enjoy here is the manmade lake Kodaikanal Lake which lies in the center of the city.

04. Itanagar

Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh

 If you are thinking to spend your summer in Arunachal Pradesh, Itanagar can be in your list. This city is famous for its local festivals. Some of them are Tamladu festival, Reh festival and Losar. One cannot miss the essence to ancient culture when in this place; Ita Fort is a marvelous example of it. This fort was built in 14th century AD and is known for its stone work.

05. Pushkar

Pushkar, Rajasthan

Pushkar has a little blend of many things. It has sand dunes, hills, forests and lakes. One of the many reason to visit this oasis town is the Brahma Temple. Barhma temple attracts a lot of pilgrims throughout the year. Another sacred Hindu Pilgrimage is the Pushkar Lake which is also called as Pushkar Sarovar. This lake is in the center of Aravali range and has 52bathing Ghats.

06. Darjeeling

Darjeeling, West Bengal

Darjeeling in West Bengal takes away the title of the popular hill station. Darjeeling is the heritage to the toy train established in 1881. It is worldwide famous for its Darjeeling tea. One of the activities to enjoy in Darjeeling is plucking tea leaves at different sites. Cool temperature and tea gardens make Darjeeling a romantic destination.

07. Mcleodganj

Mcleodganj, Himachal Pradesh
This hill station in Kangra district is admired by trekkers. Mcleodganj is home of the great leader Dalai Lama. This mesmerizing landscape is full of lushly green forest and hill. The town is rich is culture and is blessed with some significant monasteries. A lot of tourist travelling Mcleodganj, visit Dal Lake and Triund for a peaceful picnic.

08. Varanasi

Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh

 Kashi or Benaras has its own blend of beauty which can be seen in its Ghats. This spiritual city is not only important to Hindu but also to Buddhist. This was the place where Gautam Budhha gave his first preaching in Sarnath. Varanasi is much famous for Ganga aarti, Vishvanath Temple and Ghats. If you are looking for a pilgrim place to spend your vacation, this place can be in your bucket list

09. Udaipur

Udaipur, Rajasthan

In ancient times Udaipur was known as Udayapura.  It was established by Udai Singh 2 as the capital of Kingdom Mewar. The City is bordered by Aravali range which separates Thar Desert from the city. It is almost the midpoint of two most important metropolitan cities, Delhi and Mumbai. Britishers considered Udaipur to be “the most romantic spot on the continent India”.

10. Gokarna


Gokarna, Karnataka

 Gokarna is the temple town of Karnataka. The major temple here is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is known as Mahabaleshwara. Gokarna holds a very important pace in seven Hindu Pilgrimage centers. It even has some of the unspoiled beaches. Because of its beaches Gokarna is no longer only a pilgrimage center but the number of Shiva devotes are still more than other tourists.