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We hail from India, specifically from Kerala, located in the southern part of the country. Both of us are from different regions within Kerala, which is a stunning place filled with a plethora of tourist attractions. From breathtaking natural beauty to tranquil backwaters, Kerala has it all.

India is a diverse and culturally rich country with a multitude of destinations that are perfect for travel.Some of them are like,Uttar Pradesh home to some of India’s most iconic monuments, such as the Taj Mahal, and several ancient cities like Varanasi and Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh is a must-visit for anyone interested in history and culture. Goa, Known for its pristine beaches, vibrant nightlife, and Portuguese colonial architecture, Goa is a popular destination for beach lovers and party enthusiasts. Rajasthan, With its grand palaces, colourful cities, and vast deserts, Rajasthan is a perfect destination for travellers seeking a glimpse of India’s royal past.Himachal Pradesh, This picturesque state is home to some of India’s most beautiful mountain ranges and is a popular destination for trekking and adventure sports.Tamil Nadu, With its rich cultural heritage, ancient temples, and vibrant cities like Chennai and Madurai, Tamil Nadu is a must-visit for anyone interested in India’s spiritual and cultural traditions.

Things to See and Do in India

Munnar, Kerala
Sree Padmanabha Swamy Temple, Kerala
Backwaters, Alleppey
Taj Mahal, Agra
Gateway of India, Mumbai
IndiaGate, Delhi
Gulmarg, Kashmir
Rishikesh, Uttarakhand
Ajanta Ellora Caves, Maharashtra
Sun Temple, Konark

“The Tea Plantation from Munnar”


Typical Costs When Travelling

The cost of traveling in India can vary greatly depending on a number of factors such as your travel style, the time of year, and the location you’re visiting. However, here is a general estimate of what you might expect to spend on average:

  • Budget hotel or hostel: 500-1,500 Rupees (INR) per night
  • Mid-range hotel: 1,500-4,000 Rupees per night
  • Luxury hotel: starting from 4,000 Rupees per night and can go up to 10,000 Rupees or more per night


  • Street food: 50-150 Rupees per meal
  • Restaurant food: 150-450 Rupees per meal
  • Fine dining: 1,000 Rupees and up per meal


  • Local city transportation (bus, metro, auto-rickshaw): 10-50 Rupees per ride
  • Inter-city transportation (train, bus): depends on the distance and type of class (AC, Non-AC)
  • Taxi services: starting from around 15 Rupees per km and can go up to 200 Rupees or more depending on the type of taxi and time of day

It’s important to note that these are just estimates and your actual costs may be higher or lower depending on your specific travel needs and preferences.

Suggested daily budget – 50-60 EUR / 52-62 USD (Note: This is a suggested budget assuming you’re staying in a hostel, eating out a little, cooking most of your meals, and using local transportation. Using the budget tips below, you can always lower this number. However, if you stay in fancier accommodation or eat out more often, expect this to be higher!)

Money Saving Tips

Choose budget-friendly accommodations You can save money on accommodation by staying in budget hotels, hostels, or homestays. Look for deals and offers, and book in advance to get the best rates.
Eat like a local Street food and local restaurants are often much cheaper than tourist restaurants. Try to find food stalls and eateries that are popular with locals, as these will usually offer the best prices and quality.
Plan ahead Planning your trip in advance can help you save money on transportation and activities. Research the best deals and make bookings ahead of time to avoid last-minute costs.
Use public transportation Public transportation in India is cheap and efficient, and using it can save you a lot of money compared to taking taxis everywhere. Buses, trains, and auto-rickshaws are all options to consider.
Avoid tourist traps Touristy areas tend to be more expensive, so try to avoid these areas when possible and look for local alternatives instead.
Travel during off-peak season Traveling during the off-peak season (usually between June and September) can save you money on accommodation and transportation, as prices are often lower during these time