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Shimla bro
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spiti valley, Manali.
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Mam its depend on your choice. there are many budget destination. as we know june is the very hot month so hill station is best option. manali , shimla , mussorie , gangtok , kashmir is famous destinations but on the month of june because of holidays there ll b so much crowde. so can visit dharmshala and mcleodganj or dalhousie and khajjiar or lansdowne. these place are so beautiful and little crowdy and very low budget destinations.
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You can definately try the colder vacating places like Manali, Shimla, Leh-Ladhakh and the north east etc.
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ladakh is the best place for that time
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During this time try to avoid Hill stations. If monsoons come first,then it'll be little bit risky. but you can try Cherapunjee(Meghalaya) if you plan accordingly then it will be cheaper than any popular hill station.
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Darjeeling, No doubt 😊
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Udaipur and abu
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Go for trekking in Manali, Kedarkantha or Sandakphu. All of these places are pocket friendly.
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Hi you can choose any of the below destination : 1. POndicherry 2. Kodikanal 3. Ladakh 4. Mt Abu in Rajsthan 5. Rishikesh
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Parts of Jammu, Spiti valley, Himachal would be ideal.
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Hey durga, but you not mentioned the place where you are ? but in the june my suggestion is , goa or munnar
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Leh- Ladakh! The best time to visit will be from the month of May https://bit.ly/2pbTlE2
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parasher lake if you are interested in camping or else tosh and kalga for peace :)
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I think that depends on where will you be travelling from and what's your budget? Northern and Southern India offer a plethora of options. While in North you can always go for Kufri, a little further up Shimla. It's known for adventure sports. But I would personally suggest Arunachal Pradesh in North East. It's still untouched and hence very surprising. If you want to travel South, there are many small towns which are not as elevated as the Himalayas, but are really pleasant during the summers. Like Coonoor, 20 kms from Ooty. As pretty as Ooty, if not more, and is less crowded than Ooty. You may try Munnar in Kerala. The steps of it's hills grow tea and they are dotted with small churches and huts. The clouds s rise up to the hills making it misty and enchanting. And of course you may try Kodaikanal in Tamil Nadu. Many things remain unexplored here. Like the Dolmen circle, where monoliths stand in mystery. These are 1000s of years old and their purpose or the way they were built are yet not known. I hope these suggestions help. None of these trips are expensive. You can always find a homestay and travel by train or bus Have a happy trip.
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Spiti Valley or kalga
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Its month when most part of india receives monsoon. But Leh ladakh, spiti, himanchal etc
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