7 Destinations to visit instead of buying new jet black iPhone7

7 Destinations to visit instead of buying new jet black iPhone7

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Are you planning to buy the new iPhone 7, look at the places you can travel instead of spending Rs. 60,000 on iPhone, still you will save money.
7 Destinations to visit instead of buying new jet black iPhone7

iPhone v/s Travelling

Tim Cook wants you to cash out 60,000 INR for the new iPhone 7. Is it wiser, then, to take a vacation? That’s your call (and we won’t judge you, promise), but we thought we’d still list out some of the farthest locations you could visit (and back) for the price of this shiny new thing.


Here is the list the show the perfect example to ditch the new iPhone and go see the world.


1. Goa for the New Year Bash

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New Year's Eve is the best time of year to party in Goa, with fireworks and celebrations all along the coast of India's good-time state. Inevitably, the biggest and loudest tend to be around Anjuna, while Palolem in the south has more intimate parties. Goa is synonymous with fun and relaxation and there is no better time to visit Goa than the month of December. With the Goa temperature in December hovering around 20′C, Goa in December comes to life when most other parts of the country are freezing to death.

Travelling : New Delhi – Goa: 13000 INR by Flight (Indigo 29 December – 5 January).

15000 INR for Hotel and Stay and 5000 INR for food and drinks for 6 days. Take another 10000 INR for adventure sports activities to do in Goa. 

Total Budget - 43000 INR


2. Leh/Ladakh in Winters - The Frozen Paradise

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Ladakh in winter is a digital detoxification trip where time and space bear no relevance. You visit in month of January of February will erupt a million emotions in your heart. You would stand still admiring the Frozen Ladakh’s incredible beauty. 

Travelling : New Delhi – Leh: 8000 INR by Flight  (Air India 2 Feb – 15 Feb).

2500 INR for Hotel and Stay and 1500 INR for food and drinks for 4 days. Chadar trek or the frozen lake trek is a must to do in Ladakh which costs around 20000 INR for 9 days if you book in advance.

Total Budget - 32000 INR


3. Rann of Kutch in January

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Rann Utsav also called as rann of kutch festival or just kutch festival, Every year Gujarat Tourism arrange kutch festival as a part of kutch tourism, at the edge of white rann of kutch the entire tent city will set-up by Gujarat tourism and thousands of tourist arrive to witness kutch rann utsav celebration from across the world.

This white desert has a lot of offer, you can see white rann of kutch, Historical palaces, Tribal villages, handicraft product made by local artiste, temples, Natural palaces, full moon night in white desert, delicious local cuisines, birds and wildlife.


Travelling : New Delhi – Bhuj: 17000 INR by Flight  (Jet Airways 1 Jan –  8 Jan ).

12000 INR for Hotel and Stay and 4000 INR for food and drinks for 6 days. Rann Utsav is an awesome festival of Kutch, Gujarat, India. It is a Carnival of Music, Dance, nature beauty of White Rann and much more than that when visit under the full Moon.

Total Budget - 33000 INR


4. Exotic Kerala

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Namaskaram! is the Malayalam welcome greeting and Kerala extends warm and sincere welcome to all the travellers.


Indian state of Kerala is renowned for its serene beaches, lush wildlife, mesmerizing backwaters, stunning houseboat cruises and hill stations.


Travelling : New Delhi – Cochin: 10000 INR by Flight  (Indigo 15 Jul –  24 Jul ).

12000 INR for Hotel and Stay and 6000 INR for food and drinks for 8 days. 

12000 for Sightseeing and things to do with traveling around

Total Budget - 35000 INR


5. Gangtok - Lachung - Darjeeling

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Nothing can match this perfect itinerary, to see the spectacular landscapes of Sikkim. The small Indian state has all the natural beauty intact. The views and essence here are so pure and fresh that you will feel like living a dream. The hospitality of locals is also a delight to every traveller.

Travelling : New Delhi – Bagdogra: 8000 INR by Flight  (Indigo 15 Jan –  22 Jan ).

5000 INR for Hotel and Stay and 7000 INR for food and drinks for 7 days.

5000 INR for Sightseeing and a traveling around

Total Budget - 25000 INR


6. Kathmandu


Kathmandu is a pupil-dilating experience. marvelling at the medieval temples or dodging trekking touts in the backpacker district of Thamel, Kathmandu can be an intoxicating, amazing and exhausting place. This endlessly fascinating, sometimes infuriating city has enough sights to keep you busy for a week. The cultural and artistic heritage will reveal itself in hidden temples overflowing with marigolds, courtyards full of drying chillies and rice, and tiny hobbit-sized workshops.


Travelling : New Delhi – Kathmandu: 15000 INR by Flight  (Indigo 15 Oct –  23 Jan ).

12000 INR for Hotel and Stay and 5000 INR for food and drinks for 8 days.

3000 for Sightseeing and a traveling around

Total Budget - 37000 INR


7. Pattaya


Pattaya is what you make of it - countless families/couples come here every day. It's also a prime weekend getaway destination for Thai(s) and is perfect party place for the people across the globe. Visitors come for go-go clubs, beer bars, the mega shopping centres and amenities. Pattaya is also home to a growing number of cultural and action-packed attractions and international restaurants.


Travelling : New Delhi – Pattaya: 20000 INR by Flight (Malaysia Airlines 20 Oct –  27 Jan ).

9000 INR for Hotel and Stay and 6000 INR for food and drinks for 6 days.

5000 for Sightseeing and a traveling around

Total Budget - 40000 INR




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