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Recently, A friend of mine drove through this route to a nearby place in Rajasthan. As per him the road is pretty good in condition except of few patches in between.
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Roads are in pretty good conditions with little bit small bad patches.
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Hi Gul, If you hold an EU/USA/Canada/Australia permit, then you will not require a visa to visit Georgia. In all other cases, you will need to apply for an e-visa to visit Georgia and it is processed in about 10 working days so make sure you apply for it well in advance. You can apply for the e-visa here- https://www.evisa.gov.ge/GeoVisa/ or in person with VFS global here : https://goo.gl/CqghBF You can read more about travelling to Georgia here: https://goo.gl/9TYCu7 Keep exploring!
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Hi Gul, Try iVisa. They are hassle friendly. Link: https://www.ivisa.com/georgia-e-visa?nationality=IN
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Hi Nishath, For budget travellers, the cost can be anywhere in between INR 3000 - 4000 a day depending on the place you stay, where you eat and places you visit. You can read more about Dubai here: https://www.tripoto.com/travel-guide/dubai Keep travelling!
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There are packages for Dubai costing approximately 30000 for 4 day trips
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Mostly you can see northern lights in north part of finland comparivatily than Norway. it totally depends on luck you have on that. but for sure you can witness it if you spend enough time. have a nice trip.
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Ideally the Finnish/Swedish Lapland (Abisko National Park) is one of the best places to see the Northern Lights but the catch is, it is extremely expensive. If budget is a constraint, then either Norway or Iceland is a good option (but unfortunately Iceland needs to be ruled out since your friend shall be in Sweden). Porjus or Lulea are the other options in Sweden.
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5 more answers by Karishma Shaikh & 4 others
You can get a taxi from khanapara.
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You can reach Ziro from Guwahati by a taxi directly. Guwahati is 473 km away from Ziro and it takes about 11 hrs to reach by road.
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Hi Pallavi, You can check this article that recommends and has details of all the exciting water sports activity you can go for in Goa like Paddle Boarding, Kite Surfing, Wind Surfing, Water Skiing, Wake Boarding, Scuba Diving, Snorkelling etc. here - https://goo.gl/wMLbx5 Keep travelling!
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I hope you will make your trip soon. It would be helpful for travellers if you share the travel details: 1.Route 2.Transportation 3.Weather 4.Budget 5.Places to see 6.Tips for travellers etc. Happy travelling.
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Seems so. Do let me know if it is still on.
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Hi Pooja, You can choose to stay in Hotel Hanuman, you can book it for Rs. 1,155 here- https://goo.gl/kcwi7B Or Hotel Citywalk Residency for Rs. 1,649 and you can book it here- https://goo.gl/ifyHJx You can check for more stay options in Mangalore here: https://goo.gl/T8ivFi Keep travelling!
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Try Oyo or MMT
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2 more answers by Nithin & 1 others
Indore-Ratlam-Chittorgarh-Bhilwara-Kishangarh-Jaipur is longer but the best route. Excellent toll roads all the way barring a brief patch at Nimbahera at MP-RJ border.
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Road conditions between Indore and Jaipur are good. Check the shortest route on Google maps.
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Hello Abhiraj Kudos to your plan though, I've always admired people who chose roads over train travels or flights ;) The best route from Jaipur would be Jaipur-Udaipur-Ahmedabad-Mumbai-Pune-Goa. You'll love the entire route if you follow this itinerary as I've covered this myself & I simply loved riding my motorbike through it :) Enjoy :)
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Hi, Jaipur ---> Udaipur ---> Mumbai ---> pune ---> Goa Happy Travelling!
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Hi Vishakh, You can stay at YMCA Guest house it costs Rs. 727 on airbnb. Book here: https://goo.gl/qL8xLz You can checkout more places to stay in Tirunelveli here: https://goo.gl/CF6BCw And don't forget to share your own marvellous south to north indian voyage travel story with us. We would love to read! Write here- https://www.tripoto.com/trips/create Keep exploring!
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Hi Akhil, You can head to Amer Fort that is 13kms away from Jaipur city to begin with. After that you can head to explore Jaigarh, Nahargarh Fort and Jalmahal. Head back to the pink city and check out Jaipur City Palace, Jantar Mantar and Hawa Mahal before the sun goes down. In evening you can shop at Pink City Market and have delightful dinner at Niros or Handi on MI Road before calling it a night. You can hire an Auto for the day trip in Jaipur and it should cost around ?800 and will save a lot of time and effort. Read about more places to explore around Jaipur here: https://www.tripoto.com/places-to-visit/in-jaipur And don't forget to share your own marvellous travel story with us when you are back. We would love to read! Write here- https://www.tripoto.com/trips/create Keep exploring!
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Hi Jeff, You can head to several amazing places like Lonavala, Karjat, Alibaug, Kashid around Mumbai. If you can plan for a longer road trip, do consider these routes: https://goo.gl/J8FVy9 And if you do go on this epic road trip, don't forget to share your own marvellous travel story with us. We would love to read! Write here- https://www.tripoto.com/trips/create Keep exploring!
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You can go to matheran, lonavala, khandala, man made lavasa city..
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2 more answers by Risha Rana & 1 others
Hi Amarnath, What all information you need?
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Hi Amarnath, Thailand is an amazing place to explore. You can read up about several amazing trips to Thailand by travellers of Tripoto community to plan your trip here: https://goo.gl/gnHWuJ Do let me know if you have any other specific questions. Keep exploring!
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7 more answers by sachit khosla & 6 others
Hi Champak, There are several amazing places to explore in Sydney. You can browse through several museums and art galleries. You can also check out Featherdale Wildlife Park and Sydney Zoo. You can find more places to explore around Sydney here: https://goo.gl/TuoZ2b And when you come back, don't forget to share your own marvellous travel story with us. We would love to read! Write here- https://www.tripoto.com/trips/create Keep exploring!
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Hi Ruchi, Yes, We do accept articles about great experiences in unique properties around the world. You can write here- https://www.tripoto.com/trips/create You can also check out Hotel Review Opportunities here: https://www.tripoto.com/get-paid-to-travel-contest Keep exploring!
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Of course, you can.
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If you have made your trip,It would be helpful for travellers if you share the travel details: 1.Route 2.Transportation 3.Weather 4.Budget 5.Places to see 6.Tips for travellers etc. Happy travelling
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Hi Amlan, Last boat leaves the cave by 5:30pm. It takes 30 minutes to trek to the caves. So you will have 3 hours to explore the cave which is enough. Keep exploring!
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Hi Amlan You have enough time, it just take around 2 hrs
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It would be helpful for travellers if you share the travel details: 1.Route 2.Transportation 3.Weather 4.Budget 5.Places to see 6.Tips for travellers etc. Happy travelling.
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When are you planning to?
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