Traveling is the best part of education. As much as you travel you realize not only the world even India is a big country for travel. I saved my money when I was in college and traveled to another destination. I always preferred affordable transportation, meal & living during my travel days. I don’t like to spend a lot of money for my living expenses and meals.
If I am spending my money on particular destinations, what I am planning to see then it’s wonderful. Few travelers are spending too much money on their living, dressing, and meals. But for me, wear something comfortable, take meals that have refreshed your body, and live in a place to rest your body, especially when you are traveling alone.
In this article I shared my experience and most affordable places in India for students and independent travelers who just want to start their journey.
Hampi is the perfect destination for history lovers, also providing you with the vibrant vibes of the forgotten history of the Vijayanagara Empire. This city is also called the Group of mountains of Hampi.You should visit this historic place to commemorate the Vijayanagar history.
Pondicherry can be called as an Indian French town right now. If you like to add some French adventure in your life, then you do not need to go to France, and spend lakhs of rupees. Just pick up your bags and get the France city experience in Pondicherry in your minimum budget.
Yoga capital of the world yes you’re right, I am talking about Rishikesh. There are many yoga retreat centers in the city and which are major attractions for tourists from all over the world. There are many camps which allow river rafting and beach camping and river rafting has become one of the most popular sports during summers for all the tourists. Stay in these camps and food all is very cheap and can be afforded by the students also.
Udaipur is one of my favorite places. You can also call it “White city or City of lakes”. This place is full of magnificent places. You loved the beauty of this place. This place offers you with some traditional food like dal, bati, churma, jalebi and other flowers of Rajasthan.
Through this article I have shared my few Pocket-friendly travel experiences with my dear readers. Choose a place as per your choice, teste. Pick your bag up and go crazy and enjoy your affordable destination within your budget.