Is kasol safe for girls

Travelling with your girlfriends has been on your bucket list for the longest time and you have finally managed to plan a trip with your girlie gang. But there’s one little problem, you’re not sure which destination would be easy on the pocket and safe for women travellers. Worry not! We’re here to your rescue. Here are seven destinations that are not only budget friendly, but also extremely safe for women.

1. Budapest

A round trip to Kerala usually costs around Rs. 40,000. What if I tell you that you can make a trip to Europe in Rs. 45,000? No, I’m not kidding! Budapest, the capital of Hungary is a great place for women travellers on a budget. Budapest is a vibrant, cosmopolitan city with plenty to see and do. To top it up, the city is extremely welcoming of women travellers. Public transport is safe and so is travelling around the city by night. English is widely spoken and communication is not a problem. Perched on the banks of the Danube River, Budapest has many interesting attractions. Some of the places you must visit in the city are the Castle District, Royal Palace and the Matyas Church. If you like, you can opt for a walking tour, which is a great way to find out more about Budapest. Take a leisurely stroll along the Hungarian National Opera House, followed by a traditional Hungarian meal of Goulash in one of the many cafes around the city and enjoy this warm and culturally rich European city. Shopping!!! you can never go wrong with shopping in Budapest. It is the perfect destination for every girl as it offers you so much to shop. Ranging from its huge market of european goods to astounding jewelleries and dresses. this place has something amazing to suit every pocket.

Kitna LagegaA week’s trip to Budapest should cost you around Rs. 45000 (including flights, hotels and food) per person. 

2. Bhutan

 

Nestled in the mighty Himalayas, Bhutan, steeped in a rich Buddhist culture is waiting to be explored. The country welcomes you with emerald green forests, colourful prayer flags and ever smiling locals. Spend a day in Thimphu visiting the Trashi Chhoe Dzong, The Thimphu Chorten, The National Folk Heritage Museum and the Royal Botanical Garden. One of the first things you will notice is the enormous respect with which women are treated in the country. Women in Bhutan are treated as equals and the country is very safe for women travellers. Locals in Bhutan are extremely helpful, more so when it is a woman asking for help. Known as the last Shangri-La, Bhutan is the most serene place you can visit. Lying in the lap of himalayas, it also provides you with amazing trekking trails as well as adventure sports if you need some adrenaline rush during your trip. You can also visit the place for those amazing festivals they organize in the cities of Paro and Punakha. 

Kitna Lagega? A four days trip to Bhutan should cost you around Rs. 35,000 per person approximately. 

3. Darjeeling

One of the best destinations in India for women remains Darjeeling. Flanked by the mighty Himalayas and home to lush green tea plantations, Darjeeling is one of West Bengal’s most popular attractions. Pay a visit to the Tiger hill which is the famous destination for taking in the breathtaking view of the snow clad Khangchendzonga. Visit the Himalayan Zoological Park (home to the popular Red Panda), ride the Himalayan Railway and experience the serenity of the Peace Pagoda. You can also ride to Mirik, hardly an hour distance from darjeeling and experience horse riding on the mountain terrain. The mall road offers so much to eat and shop. Dip your spoons in one of the local delicacy of this place. Visit the tea gardens and try the world famous Darjeeling tea with sunset on the backdrop. Locals in Darjeeling are simple, respectful and ever willing to help. The best way to explore Darjeeling is by hiring a local guide who can take you around town. 

Kitna Lagega? A trip to Darjeeling from Kolkata should cost you around Rs. 7000 per person approximately

4. Thailand

Close to India, inexpensive and the best part, safe for women-Thailand is one destination you can never go wrong with. Visit Bangkok and its stunning Buddhist monasteries; including the Wat Pho, Wat Arun and Wat Saket. Other attractions in Thailand’s capital are the city’s many malls, gardens and of course delicious street food. If its beaches you’re looking for then head to Phuket, where you will be greeted by swaying palms and turquoise blue waters. Relax and soak in the sun at Phuket’s many beaches including Kata, Karon and Kamala. Also known for its nightlife, Phuket is a great place to party the night away.  Karabi is another destination you can try when in Thailand . Try some equisite Thai delicacies and shop to your heart’s content while you are on a vacation to Thailand. Thai people are very respectful towards women and are friendly and helpful. But just like in any other part of the world, since you’re travelling alone, you’ll need to exercise a reasonable amount of caution and take care of your belongings. 

Kitna Lagega? A week’s trip to Thailand should cost you approximately Rs. 25,000 per head approximately. 

5. Kasol

 

A tiny little hamlet on the banks of the River Parvati in Himachal Pradesh, Kasol is a perfect destination for women travellers. Take a relaxed stroll by the River Parvati, visit the famous Manikaran Gurudwara, trek to Kheer Ganga, do a spot of flea market shopping and savour delicious Israeli food. The small village of Kasol has so much to offer. Ranging from cheap food to cheap accomodation, this place offers something to every pocket. You can visit to Malana which is hardly an hour drive from Kasol if you want an immense amount of peace. If you are planning to visit this place in june, you might get lucky to attend the PSY TRANCE festival that is organized every year in the month of june. Kasol is a very popular destination among Indian and foreign backpackers and is a safe destination for women on holiday. Locals are used to women backpackers and treat them with respect. 

Kitna Lagega? Fours days in Kasol should cost you around Rs. 8,000 per head approximately. 

6. Coorg

 

Imagine rolling green hills, acres and acres of coffee and spice plantations, lush forests teeming with wildlife and friendly locals- that’s Coorg for you. A quick weekend getaway from Bangalore, Coorg is a perfect destination for women planning a holiday. A long range of trekking trails, amazing landscape, beautiful waterfalls, coorg is definitely a paradise. Known as the mini Scotland of India, the lush green terrains suffices the previous statement. it has hotels and eating spots to suit every pocket.  Locals are friendly and are more than happy to help women tourists. Don’t worry about accommodation since Coorg has many comfortable and safe home stays. 

Kitna Lagega? A four day trip to Coorg from Bangalore should cost you around Rs. 14,000 per person approximately.

7. Ladakh

 

A rugged landscape, teamed with one of the most breathtaking views in India, Ladakh is truly spectacular. Visit Ladakh for its beautiful Gompas, framed by fluttering prayer flags, friendly locals and the mesmerizing Pangong Tso Lake. Some of the most popular places to visit in Ladakh are Shanti Stupa, Leh Palace and Nubra Valley. You can also stop at Kargil and pay your homage to the Kargil Memorial built in the memories of the soldirs who died during the kargil war. A popular tourist destination, Ladakh is a popular choice for women travellers. Locals pretty much mind their own  business and don’t bother tourists. Given the high altitude, travel light and practice general caution as you would at any other destination. Do not forget to keep yur cameras charged as heading to leh from srinagar, you will notice a change in mountain terrain every 2 kilometers. 

Kitna Lagega? A trip to Ladakh from Delhi should cost you around Rs. 15,000 per head approximately.

So what are you waiting for? Book your  all women holiday here.