Cheapest countries to travel from India


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Here is a list of the 6 most affordable countries to visit from India for a dream vacation on a budget!

Sri Lanka

With mesmerizing beaches, charming towns, historic landmarks, hill stations, bustling towns and delicious seafood, you’ll find both calm and bustle. Colombo and Negombo are the ideal cities to visit if you want to experience the city life. If you are interested in cold weather, tea plantations and waterfalls, Nuwara Eliya and Kandy are the places to go. It is located in the Indian Ocean and offers some of the best beaches and seafood to eat.

Bhutan

Bhutan is a Buddhist kingdom in the eastern Himalayas with snow-capped mountains and sultry clouds. This country is famous for having the highest Gross National Happiness, which indicates that happiness is its main goal. Thimphu, the capital of Bhutan, is a place where tranquility reigns supreme, with no traffic lights or horns. Bhutan is a gem, with its monasteries, Himalayan mountains, unpolluted air, dumplings for pork meals and prayer flags fluttering in the wind.

Laos

Laos is a mountainous and forested country with sloping hills, pine trees, many waterfalls, existing hill tribes, colonial buildings and silver lakes. You will meet exceptionally friendly people and a plethora of beautiful landscapes, most of which are located on the far reaches of the country. Cycling through villages surrounded by verdant forests, trekking through lush green mountains, and exploring mysterious tunnels are just some of the activities that will keep you busy for hours without costing you a penny. You can pedal as much as you want in hills or side streets without having to worry about traffic. You can also have fun dining by the rivers or swimming near the waterfalls in Laos.

Cambodia

Cambodia is a country in southern Southeast Asia known for its temples. Angkor Wat, the largest religious structure in the world, is one of Cambodia’s most popular tourist destinations, along with Siem Reap. Cambodia offers a diverse range of activities, including the enchanting shores of Phnom Penh, the beaches of Sihanoukville, the historic towns of Battambang, the endless rice fields of Mondulkiri, and a verdant park with picturesque structures that provide tranquility. The Royal Palace in Phnom Penh, Koh Rong Samleoum, an island off Sihanoukville, and Kampot, where you can swim in the river, are all must-sees. You can also cycle through Cambodian villages to get a glimpse of local life in the country and get a whole new experience.

United Arab Emirates

Due to its affordable price and the amount of fun it offers tourists in terms of desert safaris and desert camping, shopping, swimming and diving in Fujairah to float in the waters of the gulf of Oman, indoor skiing and strolling the beaches to plunder your cares, the United Arab Emirates is the middle-class tourist hub for India. Dubai, home to the tallest preeminent structure in the world, the Burj Khalifa, and Abu Dhabi, home to the magnificent white marble domes and mosques, are two destinations you must visit.

Turkey

Turkey’s interesting position blends with its eastern appeal, as it is bordered by eight nations and encircled by three seas. Istanbul is a must for history buffs. Turkey, often known as “the country under the half moon”, is a country of many worlds, with fascinating cultures, sparkling mosques and palaces, historic cities and delicious cuisine that will captivate you! Horseback riding and hot air balloon rides are available in Cappadocia, which was generated by a volcanic eruption. Kabak Bay is a bay surrounded by valleys with spectacular views of the Mediterranean Sea, the Valley of the Butterflies being a must-see. Everything is sold at low prices in the huge bazaar. It is a destination with breathtaking landscapes and mystical valleys, as well as steep cliffs and hills covered with pine trees and grasses.

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