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Take a govt bus😅
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Book fights in advance so that it will be cheaper, & stay in hostels there & use public buses for travel so that your budget will be saved
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1. Non AC state bus from Delhi. Cost 700/- 2. Stay in a hostel in Old Manali. Per day cost 200-500/-. Internet searches will tell you about the options 3. Don't use autos or taxis for commuting. Hike. 4. Day 1- Local attractions around Manali. Hostels have a map which will tell you more. Alternately download maps.me(works without internet) and is more accurate than google maps. 5. Day 2 - take a state bus to Kullu and explore Mandi. 6. Day 3 - Hike to Solang Valley and back you're welcome
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Book a hostel n travel in public transport
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Hey Vasil This is Best Places in Manali you can visit 1- Hidimba Devi Temple 2- Solang Valley 3- Vashisht Temple 4- Mall Road 5- Rohtang Pass Happy Travelling !!!
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Stay in hostels you can find budget rooms within 500 and use public transport
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Some of the best places to visit in Manali are: 1) Hidimba Devi Temple 2) Rohtang Pass 3) Manikaran Gurudwara 4) Manali city local markets 5) Slogan Valley 6) Vashisht Hot Water Springs 7) Naggar Village
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Try to cut traveling cost by using trains and busses and find hostels it may cost you under 500 hundred. go for street foods but healthy. and try to explore on your own.
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There are many packages which will allow you to travel the whole himachal pradesh as well as amritsar in just 15,000/- DM me for more informations.
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Use public transport and stay in budget hotels. places to visit. old manali mall road Bar near mall road hiddimba Devi temple Solang vally hot water spring. rohtang pass if open. jogini water fall.
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Cost will depends on tour duration and how many of you are going. This time isn't safe to visit Manali.Make your plan during summer. If you start your journey from or via Delhi, then book AC volvo via HPTDC by there office, there service are good. it will take 1500/- per head. Book hotels via MMT on kanhal road. 2km away from mall road. for local side seen book local auto or those places are also walking distance. another day book a cab for solang vally and rotang pass. it'll cost you few bucks. we booked a cab to solang, will cost us 1200/-. (contact 9418632097- Bijay)
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You can travel via public transport or by own motorcycle if you like,it will save money. try to find budget hotels and bargain with them,you can easily find good hotel rooms starting from 500 rs. avoid restraunts,try small dhabas and shops
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Hi Vasil Travel by bus and stay in hostels if you want budget trip. Places to visit: 1. Hidimba Temple 2. Vashistha hot springs 3. Solang Valley 4. Rohtang Pass 5. Mall Road 6. Old Manali
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Travel by bus from Delhi and stay at hostels
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If you want to explore real MANALI then head to naggar travel through the forests Stay at govt. rest houses for a view and luxury at dirt cheap prices
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Travel cheap, public transports and look for cheap hotels possible
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While booking your hotel, ask the hotelier if you can get the hotel for better prices online. I was able to get an AC room with a good view for 300 rs per night. Use government buses to commute. Try to avoid taking rickshaws or cabs for small distances and rather walk a few km, it will save you a LOT.
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Travel using buses from delhi, If you want to know about local attractions of Manali then there’s Hidimba Temple, Mall road and a monastery also lots of cafe’s to explore. You can go to Rohtang pass, Bir for paragliding, or maybe go river rafting. https://www.google.co.in/amp/s/www.tripoto.com/trip/things-to-do-in-kullu-manali-tourism-itinerary.amp Maybe this helps, Happy Holidays :)
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Book budget hotels and use public transport while commuting within the city
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