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Hi,According to your Query there is only places which is most nearby you is Nainital, Mussoorie. In December ,season has a beautiful misty charm with the coldest days seeing the temperature dipping to zero degree Celsius. If you like snow, then plan a trip between December and January. As these are the India's best hill stations but both are affordable and cheap,For your Satisfaction you can check and grab the cheap and affordable tour packages for these beautiful places at http://packagestour.com/
Triund trek is not recommended in this month due to the slippery trail during this season. And while the road conditions can't be predicted, monsoons usually brings with it roadblocks and a chance of landslides.
By road: This route will take a little over 9 hours - Bangalore - Karmali - Dudhsagar (633km).
By air: Fly to Goa. From the Dabolim airport, its a 2hr drive to Dudhsagar. By rail: The Rani Chennamma Express (16589) from Bangalore to Londa Junction or a direct train to Castle Rock, the Mas Vasco Express (17311). Accommodation: 8km away from Dudhsagar, the Jungle Book Goa is a good option. (http://www.booking.com/hotel/in/jungle-book-goa.en-gb.html?aid=817014)
Pondicherry.... Chk out La Marina guest house to stay near White town, all major places to see are just a bicycle ride away, plus Promenade beach is walkable distance.
Mukteshwar.... Stay recommended @ way wood wind lodge, amazing places to visit famous waterfall (4getting name), hill top aka suicide point! (u can try ziplining & other activities here), few kms away is Naukuchtiyal (Nainital) where u xan try paragliding!
visited both alone & loved it!
Yelagiri is a not as famous as other tourist destinations in Tamil Nadu, but it is definitely breathtaking and has many places to visit. If you are looking for something unusual, then this is the right place for you!
It has all the best features of a good hill station like viewpoints, lakes, and parks. The main attractions here are, Yelagiri Adventure camp, Jalagamparai Falls, Puganur Lake, Swami Malai Hills and Nature Park.The climate is pleasant throughout the year. It is a apt place for trekkers and hikers who want to unwind themselves.
Https://www.tripoto.com/trip/goa-backpacking-trip-itinerary . Check this out . There are many places in North Goa . Just make sure you are monsoon ready and don't expect much tourist as it is off season . Vagator region has a lot to explore . Moving forward to Morjim and arambol will offer some more options . Walk a further up north on Arambol beach to meet some hippies of Goa if that interests you . Some of them are as old as a part of 1960s hippies revolution movement . Cheers !
Hey Adarsha, August is one of the best times to visit Hampi, the weather is pleasant and it's easier to explore around. Hampi is a historical site in north of Karnataka, the surreal boulders and the well preserved ruins are beautiful. It is one of the best places if you love photography, the sunset from Hampi is magnificent. However, you can plan anytime between August to April. You can read more about Hampi here: