Have a look at the top budget destinations of 2015 that you might like to repeat in the year 2016.
2015 was all about experiencing new destinations and travelling on a shoe-string budget. Based on a study done by HolidayIQ, we bring you the list of the most budget-friendly destinations this year, so that you can plan a trip to one of these places in the holiday season.
This small and remote town of Karnataka is known for its pristine beaches. If you are done with Goa, and you are looking for a more offbeat beach destination, then this is the one for you. Plan your trip to this place before it turns into another Goa, as tourism developers are already seeing a lot of potential in this place.
Hampi is a laid-back village in Karnataka, which is teeming with places telling numerous historical tales. One ruled by one of the greatest Hindu kingdoms in Indian history, the place has some really stunning ruins which date back to the 14th century. The most striking monument there is the Vittala Temple, dedicated to Lord Vishnu.The Virupapur Gadde, situated at the edge of paddy fields, attracts plenty of backpackers.
A prominent tourism destination located in Gujarat, Kutch has an enormous never-ending stretch of land, which is the largest salt desert in the world. There are many budget hotels and other accommodations in Bhuj which are quite pocket-friendly.The Rann of Kutch is a sensitive area, due to its proximity to the Pakistani border and hence, written permission is required to visit the salt desert. This is the best time to visit the place as the famous Rann Utsav is on.
This is one of the most picturesque hill stations, located in the southern part of India. Sitting quietly within the hills of the Taluk division of the Dindigul district in Tamil Nadu, the place is also known as the ‘Princess of Hill Stations,’ and is one of the most sought after budget honeymoon destinations in the country. There is no dearth of budget hotels in Kodaikanal, so if you are planning a trip to the south, you might like to keep this one in your itinerary.
Did you know that Jodhpur is the second largest city in Rajasthan? Famous for its blue buildings, the city is actually frequented by both backpackers and regular tourists. Even though modern Jodhpur has been extended beyond the city walls, it’s the charm of the Blue City and the larger-than -life Mehrangarh fort that make a mark in the travellers’ minds.