Hill Stations In India That Won't Blow Your Budget!

Written By

Ruchika Mandora

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Lansdowne is an affordable hill station despite its growing popularity. This peaceful Uttarakhand location was popular during British administration.


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One of Karnataka's prominent hill stations, Chikmagalur is 150 kilometers from Mangalore.


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People often call it the "Ooty of Andhra Pradesh." The most famous hill station in Andhra Pradesh is Araku Valley.

Araku Valley

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Chakrata, a little hill station 2100 meters above sea level, is cheaper than Mussorie and Nainital.


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This place is very beautiful and has some majestic scenery with a lot of greenery and wildlife.


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Kasol, a little village 1600 feet above sea level, is becoming one of the most popular hill stations for tourists.


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This region will attract backpackers and vacationers because it boasts some of the most gorgeous hike routes.


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Kausani, surrounded by deep valleys and scenic scenery, offers a good view of the Himalayas.


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Shillong, with its stunning landscapes and high altitudes, offers thrills and adventure at reasonable cost.


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Yelagiri, in lovely Tamil Nadu, is a growing tourist destination. This hill station, 300 km from Ooty, is beautiful and suitable for family vacations.


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