How to Travel on a budget in India

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So, If you are travel enthusiastic and want to travel more, then friend you are on perfect page. Here I am going to give you some tips explore India in budget and also tell you how you can travel and cheapest city to stay in India.

Budget Friendly Transportation

So if you are looking for budget friendly trip than you have make some sacrifices for it. So the 1st thing you have to do is always choose train or buses rather than private cabs or Flight and it will definitely impact to your budget. 

If you are on trip where you have to do sightseeing in that situation try to cover distance by walk or otherwise ask for a lift.

Budget Friendly Accommodation 

If you are looking for 5 star hotel, a balcony room, a room with beautiful view then you are definitely not going to do it. Most of the cities are started offering hostels where you can stay with other travelers just like you and can make food by your own.

Budget Friendly Food

For this one I am not going to tell you that go and eat at unhygynic place. A good food is must for you so for this I will recommend you to eat at hygienic place and keep yourself hydrated.

Cheapest Cities to Travel in India


Yes, the city of lakes and palaces, Udaipur is actually one of the cheap places to visit in India in December. While in the city, make sure to visit the marvellous City Palace, Lake Pichola, Jagdish Temple, Jagmandir, and Rajsamand Lake. A lake-side dinner under the starry sky is an experience you will always cherish. Also, don’t forget to fill your bags with gorgeous handicrafts and local souvenirs. Travelling and commuting in and around the city is also hassle-free and budget-friendly.


Next on this list is Amritsar, one of the most loved and cheap vacation destinations in India. Whether you are looking for a weekend getaway or an extended holiday, this city will allure you with its charm. It is no surprise that Amritsar is renowned for the Golden Temple and attracting tourists from far and wide. Make sure to try their langar and Karah prasad while paying respect at the Gurudwara. What else? Get drenched in the feeling of patriotism at the Wagah Border evening ceremony (without any entry fees). For your next vacation, plan a trip here and get ready for a memorable time without spending too much.


If hills and valleys mean bliss to you, Kasol is hands down the best tourist place to visit. Because, first, it remains untouched by maddening crowds. Second, it is one of the cheap destinations to travel in India. This quaint town is famous for its exciting trekking trials like Parvati Pass and Kheer Ganga. Plus, the mesmerizing natural beauty will bewitch your senses. Also, the quirky cafes, serving delicious local cuisines are unmissable. Since the town does not have an airport, you will have to board a flight to the Bhuntar airport and then travel on the road for an hour.


One of the most popular destinations for culture lovers and spiritual souls, Varanasi is actually a cheap destination to travel to. Here, you can take a holy dip in the Ganges, attend the majestic Ganga Aarti at the Dasaswamedh Ghat, seek blessings at the renowned Shri Kashi Vishwanath Temple and take a stroll around the Banaras Hindu University. And don’t forget to relish the Banarasi Paan and get your hands on exquisite Banarasi sarees (yes, all of this will not cost you much).


The cheap places would have remained incomplete without talking about the charming hill station, Shimla. Thanks to its serene beauty, architectural wonders, adventure activities, and economic prices, it is one of the most-visited tourist places. Shimla’s Viceregal Lodge, Christ Church, The Ridge and the Mall Road are among the most famous attractions. If you wish to witness Shimla covered in the white blanket of snow, plan your trip in the winter months. Believe us, you will not want to leave. Planning a trip to Shimla? Book a Train ticket to Chandigarh and cover the rest 120 km by road amid lush greenery.

It is actually easy to plan a trip without spending too much in India. So, next time you need a vacation, head to one of these places. Trust me, the expenses will not trouble your wallet!

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