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How To Do A 6-day Trip To Kerala In Less Than Rs. 20,000 – Part 2

In my previous blog post about my Kerala trip, I told you guys about how you could do exciting things the first three days of your trip while still maintaining your trip budget. Now let’s see how best you could spend the next three days.

First, watch this video, if you haven’t already:

Day 4:

Exploring Munnar:

Drive to the base of Rajamala. Take the hop-on-hop-off bus to Eravikulam National Park from there. The Eravikulam National Park is a splendid spot with amazing views as you walk along the mountain. Don’t forget to check out the little cafe there. They have some delicious desserts like cinnamon sponge cake and chocolate cake priced between Rs. 35/- and Rs. 50/-

Kayaking in Alleppey backwaters

How To Do A 6-day Trip To Kerala In Less Than Rs. 20,000 – Part 1

The moment you think of travel, the first thing that comes to your mind is money. The flight or train tickets, the accommodation, food, local traveling; you know that every thing is going to come with a cost. So you tend to just get over the thought and continue with your regular routine. But guess what? You don’t always need to do that! A little planning and budgeting can help you accomplish your trip in a set amount. And no, I’m not talking about compromising on the things you do. It’s all about making the right choices!