Travelling is the most exciting part in every one’s life. Experiencing the new place, new people, new culture and traditions, different unique cuisines; all makes the destination a memorable one.

We often think that travelling to a destination that is out of our nation can be expensive. But surprisingly, there are few places in the world where our Indian currency is richer that the currency at these destinations.

Have a look at few travel destinations where Rupee is rich.

Paraguay

indian rupee stronger | 10 Travel Destinations Where Value of INR is Rich

1 INR = 74.26 Guarani

One Paraguayan Guarani is nearly equivalent to 0.014 Indian Rupee. This is in fact the cheapest deal you can ever find. Food, lodging, beer is not just cheap, but practically speaking it seems free of cost.

 

Zimbabwe

indian rupee stronger | 10 Travel Destinations Where Value of INR is Rich

1 INR = 5.85 ZWD

This beautiful place is a right choice for all Indians. Natural beauty can be enjoyed at cheap rate food and lodging.

 

Costa Rica

indian rupee stronger | 10 Travel Destinations Where Value of INR is Rich

1INR = 8.15 Colons

If you are someone who fancies beach holidays, then Costa Rica is the place for you. This ideal beach fantasy place allows you to sit by the beautiful waters in your beach wear without having to worry about the cost of your tour. Sip on Pina Coladas without any worries.

 

Belarus

indian rupee stronger | 10 Travel Destinations Where Value of INR is Rich

1 INR = 216 Rubble

Belarus is a decent destination for every Indian to visit after converting their INR into loads of Rubbles. This is probably the cheapest currency rate a traveller from India can find. Belarus, a quiet place in the Soviet region has serene sights, wonderful cafes, and museums of Eastern Europe.

 

Pakistan

indian rupee stronger | 10 Travel Destinations Where Value of INR is Rich

1 INR = 1.58 Pakistani Rupee

Travelling to Pakistan is reasonably low considering the price of food, accommodation, petrol, and other expenses. So, a tour to Pakistan is not at all high budget one.

 

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