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Planning a trip to Bali.

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Here's an itinerary for Bali that you can follow for an amazing trip. https://www.tripoto.com/trip/things-to-do-in-bali
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Check out incredibly priced video itineraries on Bali on www.holidayswallet.com
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6 more answers by Marigold Odyssey & 5 others
I hope 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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I hope 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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1 more answer by Nithin
Hey, In May 2016 I had experienced the toy train route from Ooty to Coonoor and it was simply amazing!! It was indeed picturesque, the route was filled with lush green trees and hills which was a treat to the eyes!
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Have you seen Chennai express? You need to visit the Dudhsagar falls train route. You will also love the troy train rides from Ooty to Coonoor and vise-versa and from Siliguri to Ghum.
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4 more answers by Himanshu & 3 others
It's historical city. Famous for one of "kumbhmela" location from India. Part of Ramayana history. Also famous for temples. Lots of places around 60 kms area in Nashik where you can do camping and trekking. One place called "pattafort" is nice for camping and startrail :)
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I hope 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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3 more answers by C'est la vie & 2 others
You have to stay in Surya samudra by Naraamaya. Have travelled to a 7-8 countries and It is the best resort by far. If you choose this hotel, let me know i'd suggest you the best cottage. Leela is too artificial and the beach is far from the cottages. Taj again has a rocky beach. Also go on a day trip to Poovar from kovalam.
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1 more answer by Nithin
I hope 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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Check my affordable solo trip to pushkar post on my timeline. hope that will help you.
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2 more answers by Nithin & 1 others
Himachal Pradesh is home to about 14 angelic valleys and their full-fledged exploration can make for a bucket-list of a lifetime! You can start with Kangra Valley and explore hill towns such as Mandi and Bir. To read the complete itinerary to explore Kangra Valley, you can check out this travelogue https://www.tripoto.com/trip/kangra-valley-himachal-pradesh-itinerary-5821aeba8955b
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2 more answers by Surbhi Garg & 1 others
To cover east Sikkim you can follow this route: Gangtok> Padamchey> Zuluk> Gnathang> Nathula> Gangtok. On this route, you'll cover Baba Harbhajan Mandir, the Zuluk loops, the beautiful Gnathang Valley and stunning lakes on the way to Nathula.
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To cover east Sikkim you can follow this route: Gangtok> Padamchey> Zuluk> Gnathang> Nathula> Gangtok. On this route, you'll cover Baba Harbhajan Mandir, the Zuluk loops, the beautiful Gnathang Valley and stunning lakes on the way to Nathula.
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1 more answer by Sahad Mk
I suggest you visit Hampi, a fabled lost city packed with a high pile of boulders, rambling ruins and verdant banana plantations. To know more about Hampi, you can read my blog. https://www.tripoto.com/trip/8-reasons-why-hampi-is-so-much-more-than-just-ruins-58b560c57b08a
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Humpi is better
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4 more answers by Smriti Suhag & 3 others
I hope 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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Must take: credit card and gps. In Paris dont waste too much time in the day at the eiffel. Its much better at night. Dont miss the night bus tour its the best in paris. Also dont shy from booking an uber there.
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1 more answer by Naidu Pothala
Hi! I hope you do find company for your journey. Meanwhile, you can check out some great hotels for couples in Mahabaleshwar: https://www.tripoto.com/hotels?location_name=Mahabaleshwar&checkin=2017-07-14&checkout=2017-07-16&guests=2
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I hope 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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1 more answer by Nithin
Hi, Suraj! In order to provide only the top-notch quality to our community, Tripoto's editorial team doesn't approve every published trip. However you can still share the links of your yet unapproved trips with anyone if you are concerned with the views. You earn Tripoto Credits only for approved trips. Please check this link for more details and ideal trips: https://www.tripoto.com/tripoto-credits Your trip may just be a small change away from approval. So, never stop trying. :)
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Send your queries info@tripoto.com
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1 more answer by Nithin
Nice blog! You are making this world a better place by helping fellow travellers. By the way, you can even convert your blog into a Tripoto itinerary in just two steps. Writing on Tripoto gives you an extra edge and you can even monetise your content. Check this link to learn all advantages of writing on Tripoto: https://www.tripoto.com/trip/what-is-tripoto-how-to-use-monetise-how-to-plan-a-trip-other-important-questions-answered-58a83195e9158 In case you do want to convert your blog to a Tripoto itinerary, click on this link: https://www.tripoto.com/travel-blog-to-itinerary
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Nice blog.Share your stories here also.
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Hi, Benjamin! Coorg is a stunning location, and will only be accentuated via a road trip. I found three great places for you to stay based on your budget so you can decide for yourself. 1. Cheap: https://www.oyorooms.com/4736-budget-oyo-homes-006-forest-valley-madikeri-coorg-coorg?checkin=22/06/2017&checkout=23/06/2017&guests=1&rooms=1&utm_source=tripoto&utm_medium=listing&utm_campaign=COG006 2. Reasonable: https://www.booking.com/hotel/in/the-tamara-coorg.html?aid=817016&selected_currency=INR;changed_currency 3. Expensive: https://www.booking.com/hotel/in/coorg-o-farm.html?aid=817016&selected_currency=INR;changed_currency The two best restaurants in Coorg are 'Raintree' and 'Beans N Brews Cafe'.
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Coorg is blessed with spectacular scenic beauty. That draws the attention of thousands of tourists. Coorg provides year round destination. Coorg has plenty of luxurious hotels and home-stays. If you truly want to enjoy the charm of western ghats then I would suggest you to stay in a home-stay.There are many home-stays that are held midst of thick lush greenery, tasting the best Coorg native cuisines and experiencing distinct Coorg hospitality.By sipping coffee you can fill your seances with coffee aroma from surrounding coffee plantations. https://www.funstay.in/homestay-in-coorg The following link can help you to find good homestays in Coorg.
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4 more answers by Anwesha Guha & 3 others
Bengaluru is a bustling metropolis but if you scratch the surface a bit you will find that it is a haven for solo trippers as well. You can check out these two trips (blogs) to help you plan better: 1. https://www.tripoto.com/trip/bangalore-part-i-exploring-solo-56a4ccbf68eee 2. https://www.tripoto.com/trip/6-cheap-places-to-shop-in-bangalore-655129 If you can haven't yet booked your stay, here are some cheap but great staying options in Bengaluru: https://www.tripoto.com/hotels?location_name=bangalore Also, I'd suggest you to go to Hampi from Bangalore if you're travelling solo since there's a lot more to explore there. You can refer to this trip: https://www.tripoto.com/trip/10-things-to-do-while-in-hampi-5830a42e32fcb Cheap places to stay in Hampi: https://www.tripoto.com/hotels?location_name=hampi
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I hope 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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4 more answers by Apoorva Sheshagiri & 3 others
Hi! You can refer to these links for both your queries: 1. Packages: https://www.tripoto.com/tours/Summer-Trips-For-Every-Kind-Of-Traveller 2. Flights: https://www.tripoto.com/tours/Cheapest-Flights-To-Hill-Stations-In-India I can help you more if you zero in on a destination.
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I hope 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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1 more answer by Mohit Jha
I personally feel that 15 days it too less to explore both the regions. My suggestion would be to concentrate on one region at a time. When I went to Spiti last year, I entered through Shimla and covered the Kinnaur Valley as well on the way to Spiti. The Shimla - Sangla - Kalpa - Kaza - Manali route is beautiful too. However, if you want to go to Leh you need not ascend the Rohtang pass and move towards Leh from Gramphu.
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Hey 15 days is quite less, it will be quite difficult to manage in 15 days!! we managed to pull DELHI - LEH - DELHI in 12 days which became a quite hectic schedule..!! before planning your itinerary check out the best time to visit for Spiti Valley and Leh.. Monsoons here are quite rough.. Traffic and congestions might upset your plans..!! You can visit the http://devilonwheels.com for itineraries, they have a balanced one.
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4 more answers by Naman Dua & 3 others
Hello there, Leh is beautiful and worth the trip, but very expensive solo. It is a perfect trip for a family or large group, but solo can be costly. A private taxi to reach destination such as Pangong Lake will run you 7,000 a day. Accommodations can be as low as 800 a night. Not the mention the ride to Leh from Manali to Leh is the most frightening ride you'll have in this lifetime. It's gorgeous and one of a kind, but the Himalayas are unforgiving. Stay safe my friend.
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Hey there are options.. Local travel in Leh and Ladakh.. check this out!! http://devilonwheels.com/rates-time-table-of-bus-services-in-leh-ladakh/ from Manali to Leh or Srinagar to Leh normal busses are available. Hope this helps.!!
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1 more answer by Nithin