Travel Destination: Enjoy the weekend on a budget, and plan to visit these places in the summer!


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Who doesn't like travelling, everyone likes to discover beautiful places. Many people eagerly wait for the weekend so that they can plan their next vacation. People who work from 9 to 5 always look forward to the long weekend which provides them the perfect opportunity to relax. There are many places in India where a visit of two to three days is enough to refresh yourself. If you have Saturday and Sunday off, consider visiting these places. These destinations don't require a huge budget, but they offer a sense of tranquillity.


Mukteshwar is an ideal place for a two to three-day holiday on a low budget. Located in the Nainital district of Uttarakhand, this place is especially famous for its adventure activities. Here you can enjoy rappelling, rock climbing and trekking. Additionally, you can also visit Mukteshwar Temple.


Located in Himachal Pradesh, Palampur is a beautiful and budget-friendly travel destination. Two to three days are enough to visit here. You don't have to go to South India to see tea plantations; You can enjoy beautiful views in Palampur. If you are fond of trekking then head to Kareri Lake. Apart from this, you can also experience paragliding in Bir.


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Travelling a few extra hours from Dhanaulti in Uttarakhand can take you to Tehri, which is a great place to hang out with friends. Here you can experience many types of adventure activities. Floating huts are also available for accommodation, which gives you the feel of Maldives. You can also go to Kanatal on the way from Dhanaulti to Tehri.


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Shimla-Manali is perfect for a long weekend trip. Many people come here during weekends, due to which hotels and food become expensive. In such a situation, after Manali, you can head to Goshal village, which is just 4 kilometres away. Here you can see snow-covered mountains and apple orchards. By visiting Goshal you can experience the culture of Himachal Pradesh closely.