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Hey Ravi, Dont pose so many questions to yourself Bro ... Manali is a best place for you to start your solo Travelling ... Stranded - No Bro, you can never get stranded in manali ... it's filled with tourists and travelers and lovely pahadi people everytime and every season .. dont worry ... Money - Plan yourself perfect and keep cash and also keep a plastic money with you .. mean credit card and debit card ... keep handy ur mobikwik, Pay tm, Google pay ... Plan your own itinerary perfectly ... day to day and time to time ... plan your stay options also .. Stay in hostels or home stats where you can find solo travelers like you in hostels and locals in home stay will help you around the place ... Don't panic.. everyone helps a solo traveler and I have experienced it myself many times and have traveled solo .. rode solo .. cycled solo ... traveled solo in trains also ... just be aware of surroundings and you are all safe and obviously you will enjoy your trip ... Check this blog from me for the benefits of traveling solo :- https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.tripoto.com/trip/benefits-of-travelling-alone-before-you-turn-28-56b1883d4eabb.amp Happy Travelling Bro!!!
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Hey Ravi, Overcoming your fears during traveling is the real fun. you are damn gonna do this. be excited rather than being nervous and enjoy whatever will come to your way. FYI Manali is such a safe place and people are very helpful there. you just need to trust yourself and start your solo trip. cheers:-)
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My first solo trip was to Manali only and it turned out to be one of the greatest experiences of my life and I am sure the same is gonna happen for you, don't think too much, you might have difficulties but everything will fall into places and at the end you will thank yourself that you took this step...and yes do not forget to visit Jognifalls and the Sagu waterfall.
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Thanks for recommendation. Is the tracks open during dec-jan considering heavy snowfall...
Well, Manali is pretty urban, so chances of getting lost or stranded are slim ;) Having said that its always good to do a thorough study of the place before setting out. Carry enough cash. Don't go to spots or locations without knowing about it. For staying every hotel and hostels are on the internet. Check Zostel manali. And don't book a car, go hippie style or public transport. After all, solo travel is all about stepping out of the comfort zone :)
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If its your first solo trip then its better to go for Simla. Its a bit populated. So u wont find any difficulty if u r stranded somewhere
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I have been to Shimla. It's not my first trip... it's first "SOLO TRIP". But I'm going Manali for first time
Connect will help Manali is easy to roam around small place all walkable on foot
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It's a very small place , chances of getting lost in Manali is very rare , you can always seek for help from local , they are really helpful.
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Do not worry.. solo trip is the best thing that happens to you. telling you outta experience.. solo trip tells you everything about yourself. you find a new you with your journey and mountains always help you wrap up so many fears and blockages you faced all your life. I am not in manali, but in an unexplored part of kullu that comes 100 kms before manali close to tirthan valley. own a cafe and Homestay there. solo traveler, solo enterprenuer.. I would love to help and guide you through your trip around the mountains and trust your instincts.. it's gonna be an amazing one.. 🙏😊
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