Most of us get tired of the mundane routines that leave little space for imagination. However, if you are thinking of adding some fun and excitement to your life and want to undertake a memorable trip, here is a list that offers you a number of options. What’s more?

All of these trips mentioned here are thoroughly affordable and in fact fall under the category of that Rs. 5000 bar.

1. Lansdowne, Uttarakhand

Lansdowne has suddenly come into limelight as this hill station retains much of its natural charms due to a prior absence of commercialization here. Assuming you are closest to Delhi (just 250 kms) and you are then in a proper hill station. The best way to reach here is to board a bus to Kotdwar - a town 50 km from Lansdowne, and then switch to a local bus, to help you keep the round trip travel expenses less than Rs. 1000. Even the most splendid hotels will cost you not more than Rs 1500, sparing you with Rs. 2500 for other expenses.

2. Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu

A bus ticket from Trivandrum (one way) would cost around Rs. 250 and the basic rooms in hotels start from around Rs. 800. Which means you are still left with a good Rs. 3000, so as to explore and splurge further in Kanyakumari.

3. Mussoorie, Uttaranchal

North of India boasts of some of the best hill stations in India. They are the most popular too. People living in Delhi, Punjab, and Dehradun can easily access Mussoorie as it would be one of the best options which preserves its natural beauty along with that British charm. The best option to reach Mussoorie would be via road but you can also opt for train as the fare from Delhi to Mussoorie is not more than Rs. 1,000. You can get a decent hotel in the price of around Rs. 600 per night and enjoy the pristine views of the hills. There are small eateries where you can have lip smacking food.

4. Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh

This is one religious destination in India that entices everyone with its monasteries, monks and the alpine views. Since the place has still been unaffected by commercialization, it can be visited at a really low cost. The train fare for an individual from Delhi would cost around Rs. 2,000 in the second AC class but hotels wouldn’t charge you much in comparison to other destinations. Discover this relatively new destination at a low cost.

5. Hampi, Karnataka

Hampi city is known for its ruins. Just like the city of Jordon and Petra, Hampi has kept its history abreast. You can easily find budget accommodation here. Moreover, the travel is really cheap.