CHEAPEST COUNTRIES TO VISIT FROM INDIA IN 2020

For people like us, travelling is not a hobby; it is rather a way of life, a necessity in order to survive the everyday drudgery. And, the most crucial thing while deciding on the next vacation destination is the budget. Everything depends on that – specially whether to go international or national. International travel has its share of thrill, delight and most importantly, a lot of myth. One of it being that traveling abroad is super expensive. Let me spell it out for you one thing, though: NO, IT IS NOT SO NECESSARILY. Lets look at the Cheapest Countries to Visit from India to get rid of the myth.

It all actually depends on the country you choose. One can easily travel in a foreign country in the same budget you would need for a destination within our own country. Yes, it requires thorough research, smart planning, advance booking and an adventurous soul ready to face all challenges but that is exactly where the fun is!

Here are 20 cheapest countries to visit from India:
 
1. Nepal

Per Day Stay Cost: A decent hostel room will cost you anywhere between INR 1000 to 2000.

Activities/Things to do: Do visit the famous historically rich temples in Kathmandu and Pokhara. They all mostly have free entries. 

You SHOULD absolutely try trekking in the World’s Highest Peak- Mt.Everest Base Camp. Take Nature Tours and Adventure Sports. Click to have a detailed look about the recommended activities in Nepal.

Places to see: Parsa Wildlife Reserve, Bhaktapur, Shivapuri Nagarjun National Park, Pashupatinath, Dakshinkali temple, Shechen Monastery, Lumbini, Boudhanath Stupa, Siddha Gufa, Hanuman Dhoka, Devi Fall, Shuklaphanta Wildlife Reserve are among the variety of places to look for in Nepal.

Cost of Food Per Day: Meals range anywhere from INR 500 onwards depending on the cuisine and place you select.

Transportation Cost: Nepal is well connected. You can avail buses and taxis for your travels. Average bus costs range from INR 470 and above (from Kathmandu to Pokhara).




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