Best places for college trips in low budget
The proverb "All work and no play makes Jack a Dull boy" is true. Therefore, you need to balance your academic and perosnal life at this point of time. How to do that? Take some out from your studies, and visit these places to stay active and fresh.
It is rightly said, "Not all those who wander are lost". As a school or college studnet, you need to balance your academic and perosnal life to stay active. Therefore, you must take some time out every 3 months to go for a vaccation. This is the right time to travel when you are young. Live these days to the most and also manage your studies and work at the same time.
Remember the proverb you read in your school days: "All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy". So, keep your travelling shoes ready and visit these places that won't cost you much:
Manali – The place to be
Manali is the ideal destination for college students as this place has a lot to explore. Situated in the state of Himachal Pradesh, Manali is said to be covered with snow clad mountains, beautiful monasteries, temples and pine trees. Plan your next strip to Manali and get ready for some adventure sports like paragliding and camping. Don’t miss out to see the National Himalayan Park. Make sure to visit during summers so that you get into Solang valley and Rohtang Pass as well.
If you are planning to visit Manali with friends, it will cost you around Rs 5,000 for a 3 day trip
Auli – The home of snow
How about visiting Switzerland without a passport and visa? Yes, you can do that by visiting Auli, which is an ideal travel destination in Uttarakhand. This place is covered with picturesque beauty, wherein on one side you can see mesmerizing oak trees and on the other side you can witness the enthralling view of Neelkanth. If you love snow, mountains and adventure sports such as skiing, then Auli is the place to be.
Before you plan to visit Auli, you must make sure to have this Backpack for a comfortable ride.
A 7 day trip in Auli with friends will cost you around Rs. 8000! Go for it!
Coorg – Heaven on Earth
If you are frustrated with the city hustle and terrible heat, it’s time to plan a trip to Coorg. The snow clad mountains along-with the ever-flowing cool breeze will keep your mind cool and calm this summer. This place is also known as the Scotland of India. This is the place to be with your friends and experience adventurous sports along-with sightseeing. You can visit Coorg anytime around the year. A budget of Rs. 5,000 is enough for a weekend trip at Coorg.
If you are planning to Visit Coorg soon, make sure to carry this Camera for capturing the picture perfect moments.
Rishikesh – Spend some time with Nature
Everyone must visit Rishikesh at-least once in his/her lifetime and we assure this will be a journey to remember forever. If you are really looking for some fun and excitement, visit Rishikesh. This place is known for mountains and majestic Ganges. From the excitement of camping in the shore to the adventurous river rafting, you can experience challenging sports here.
And, the best part is you just need around Rs.3000 for a weekend trip to Rishikesh.
Jim Corbett - Start the Safari
If you love safari and want to experience wildlife in its natural habitat, then it is a must for you to visit Jim Corbett National Park. It is among the oldest natural sanctuaries in the country. A safari around the national park will open your world to the adventurous and exiting life of wild animals. You can stay in a rented resort and roam around the park with a guide to experience the wilderness around. And, don’t forget to carry a Camera with you to take breathtaking pictures of wild animals.
It’s good that you are travelling for fun. However, make sure to stay protected from the heat. Remember to wear this pair of sunglass while stepping outdoors. This shade is polarized and has stylish design. It will keep your eyes protected from harmful UV rays as well.
You can plan a trip to Corbett with friends in the budget of Rs. 6,500 only.
Hope, you can now easily plan your trip without spending too much money.
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