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10 Destinations In India You Can Visit on a Student Budget

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HolidayIQ Travellers list down 10 destination that will prove that you can travel in India within a budget.

1. Alleppey - The Venice Of East

Alleppey - The Venice Of East
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The calmness of the water and the lush green coconut tree landscape around makes its an ideal place for a relaxed holiday. Cheap stays starting from mere 250 INR to 750 INR and meals that cost around 200 INR. If you fancy a houseboat stay, they start from 6000 INR and you split the sum total with your friends.

 

2. Meghalaya - Scotland of the East

Meghalaya - Scotland of the East
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Stay at just INR 600 per night and food starts from INR 60 only. 

Meghraj Timsina: We visited various sightseeing spots. We went to the cathedral and the famous Shillong Police bazar. The Shillong viewpoint, where we get a bird's eye view of the Shillong city. We went to Cherrapunjee, the place where highest rainfall occurs.

3. Darjeeling - The Queen of Hills

Darjeeling - The Queen of Hills
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Stay options start from 400 INR and the food is as cheap as 150 INR for two. 

Lucky Mehta: Darjeeling a beautiful hill station and one of the tourist spot. The valleys, tea gardens, and the cool weather make Darjeeling the best. I recently got the opportunity to visit Darjeeling. 

 

4. Gokarna

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The cheaper and offbeat version of Goa, Gokarna isn’t as commercialised as Goa and thus cheaper in most aspects. Also, the beaches are less crowded compared to beaches of Goa.

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5. Ooty - Chocolate, Forests And Hills

Ooty - Chocolate, Forests And Hills
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Cheap hotels and even cheaper food make Ooty one of the most popular destinations for people who crave the ambience of a hill station. Contrary to most hill stations Ooty is cheaper and include landscapes, dense forest reserves and national parks for some extra fun.

6. Pondicherry - Free Stay In Ashrams

Pondicherry - Free Stay In Ashrams
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Staying in ashrams cuts down the expenses of the travel and Pondy is known for its french cafe culture. Pondicherry is a haven for foodies and shopaholics as well, you can buy anything that ranges from textiles to traditional dolls to aromatics.

7. Goa - Beach, Party And Sea Shores

Goa - Beach, Party And Sea Shores
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The beach town offers really cheap accommodation starting from as cheap as 500INR. The food is cheap and rented bikes cost as much as 250 INR per day. 

Shivangi Almal: We visit Goa every year to come out of our daily routines and enjoy our lives. Well, needless to say, Goa fills you up with energy.

8. Jaipur - Pink City Of India

Jaipur - Pink City Of India
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Jaipur is one of the cheapest destinations - the food and accommodation are cheap with numerous homestays cropping up every day.

Aavesh Attar: Jaipur is mostly a wonderful place to visit. The amazing things you want to see in Jaipur is their culture and living. So attractive places such as Jaigarh Fort, Museums, Gardens, Pink City.

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9. Rishikesh - Abode Of Spirituality And Adventure

Rishikesh - Abode Of Spirituality And Adventure
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The stay option varies according to your necessity, the rafting can cost you 400 to 1300 INR per person. Beach camping can cost you around 1600 INR per night and can be split with friends.

Nitin Aggarwal: Rishikesh is a very nice place for fun with friends especially with friends.

10. Amritsar

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Pay a nominal amount and stay at the gurudwara and the langar has free meals.

Guru Singh Paaji: A fantastic place for a day's getaway clubbed with visiting the golden temple, trying the famous Chole Bhature and visiting the Jillian Wala Bagh.

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HolidayIQ Traveller Snehal Raibole

Snehal Raibole is a wandering wordsmith who loves meeting and sharing travel stories with fellow travellers. Being in perpetual love with beer, bikes, books, rock music and sleeping and on the lookouts for adventures, he lives for the adrenaline. Call him a life junkie if you will. Check out his twitter handle. dfhfgh dfghdfhfh

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