Offbeat places in himachal are, Tirthan GHNP area will need around 5-6 days and cost will go around 8k, here one can stay at Tirthan, Jibhi and shoja and make small visits to sharchi village, Nagni and Jibhi waterfall, serolsar Lake and Jalori Pass. Other can be Kalpa, Rakcham, Sangla, chitkul can be done via public transport cheaply, will take around 4 to 5 days and cost around 6 to 7k. Then Rajgundha valley and palachak in Palampur are also offbeat treks with bir or macleodganj as an additional options to add.
Hey Mahima, There are few offbeat places in Himachal that you can travel to on a long weekend. Tirthan - Jibhi used to come first to my mind but then it is getting crowded and crowded every year. You can easily do a trip to Tirthan / Jibhi in about 4000 - 8000 depending on your stays. Next on the list is Rohru - Kharapathar region, about 120 KMs from Shimla. Cam besides the river and you can save quite a few bucks. Can easily be done from Delhi within 3000-4000 with your own camps. Another one I will suggest is Barot region. Very pocket friendly, offers options of camping and small homestays too. Again you can easily do it within Rs 3000-4000 over a long weekend. I have posted an itinerary as well here on Tripoto, can follow that :)
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