India is known as a backpacker’s haven. Reasonably priced accommodations, low cost food, economical commute network and happy to help natives, set the place high on popularity for a nominal, still full of adventure and thrill, backpacking trip.

Backpacking in India is one of the adventurous experiences to live. This gives a chance to the wanderer to enjoy a good time exploring the mountains and the beaches along with unravelling the mysteries of the places. To know from where to start, here is a list of best backpacking destinations in India.

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Manali and Kasol Backpacking trip - Tour

Manali and Kasol Backpacking trip

  • Kasol, Himachal Pradesh
  • 8 Nights 9 Days
Starting from ₹ 12,999

A rather sought-after trek in the Ladakh region, the Markha Valley trek route does not disappoint anyone! It spills the chance to ascend the top of two very high passes, Gandala La (4800 m) & Kongmaru La (5150 m) and lets you feast your eyes on stunning sights from the summit. You also come across the charming Markha Village that is a trove in this cold semi-arid terrain of Ladakh. Other delights include witnessing the way of life of the region, crossing several streams and rivers and enjoying a trail through remote gorges and unbridled grazing grounds.  

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Go- Gokarna - Tour

Go- Gokarna

  • Borivali East, Maharashtra
  • 3 Nights 3 Days
Starting from ₹ 7,399

Imagine pristine clean beaches and beautiful hidden waterfalls. Moreover, imagine two days of a flawless life. That’s what the stunning landscape of Gokarna has in store for you. Gokarna trip is popular for its laid-back, unspoiled and rustic nature, it has been one of the most popular trip spots in India for a decade. A well-known peninsula on the border of Karnataka. Gokarna is a classic example of the perfect kinda blend- coasts, exotic landscapes clubbed with the hippie madness.

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Be Hampi - Tour

Be Hampi

  • Borivali East, Maharashtra
  • 3 Nights 3 Days
Starting from ₹ 7,399

Not many places in the country boast of UNESCO World Heritage tag, but Hampi tour packages will show you why this is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with ancient ruins. The famous city of Hampi was the capital of the Vijayanagar realm in the fifteenth century a few records also suggest that it was the second biggest city on the planet around them. However, following hundreds of years to the present it dropped out of significance, and it allows the tourists to investigate the vestiges of a ton of sanctuaries and different structures spread in Hampi. The landscape around Hampi is as puzzling as the vestiges itself – since the tourist attraction is encompassed by stones of various sizes, and one can go to the highest point of them with a little push to get an astonishing perspective of the whole city and the geology.

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Hampi Backpacking Trip - Tour

Hampi Backpacking Trip

  • Mumbai, Maharashtra
  • 2 Nights 3 Days
Starting from ₹ 7,299

Not many places in the country boast of UNESCO World Heritage tag, but Hampi tour packages will show you why this is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with ancient ruins. The famous city of Hampi was the capital of the Vijayanagar realm in the fifteenth century a few records also suggest that it was the second biggest city on the planet around them. The landscape around Hampi is as puzzling as the vestiges itself – since the tourist attraction is encompassed by stones of various sizes, and one can go to the highest point of them with a little push to get an astonishing perspective of the whole city and the geology.  

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Backpacking Hampi - Tour

Backpacking Hampi

  • Vashi, Maharashtra
  • 5 Nights 6 Days
Starting from ₹ 7,499

Not many places in the country boast of UNESCO World Heritage tag, but Hampi tour packages will show you why this is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with ancient ruins. The famous city of Hampi was the capital of the Vijayanagar realm in the fifteenth century a few records also suggest that it was the second biggest city on the planet around them. However, following hundreds of years to the present it dropped out of significance, and it allows the tourists to investigate the vestiges of a ton of sanctuaries and different structures spread in Hampi. The landscape around Hampi is as puzzling as the vestiges itself – since the tourist attraction is encompassed by stones of various sizes, and one can go to the highest point of them with a little push to get an astonishing perspective of the whole city and the geology. The culture of Hampi, rich and vibrant is tied to its roots. The architecture in Hampi speaks of the traits of both Hindu and Muslim architecture. It is situated on the banks of the Tungabhadra River. Renowned for its gigantic, wonderfully cut sanctuaries, particularly the Virupaksha Temple which is devoted to the patron deity of the empire. You can likewise discover stays of the old water channels, trenches and military sleeping quarters with stables here. In 1986, Hampi has proclaimed a UNESCO World Heritage site and numerous endeavours have been taken to re-establish the lost magnificence of the place very limited (if any) modern establishments are allowed in the main area which a gives a touch of authenticity to the ruins. Pilgrims delight and backpackers holidaying spot is rich in culture which remains unaffected by westernization in the modern-day.

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