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What to look forward to at 2050 Meters - MANALI, Himachal Pradesh

Manali is a place for everyone; for foodies, for skiers; for trekkers;for families; for honeymooners; for school and college trips; for adventureseekers; for spiritual travellers; for peace lovers; for movie crews and for youand everyone else too. Manali has got a lot to offer. It has the most sacred templeslike theHadimba Devi temple to the most adventurous sports such as Hot Air Ballooning,White River Water Rafting, Paragliding, Zorbing, Trekking, Skiing, Snowcarting, Bungee Jumping and many more. The markets of Manali are a treat for the shopping freak inside you. The markets offer the best of shawls, sweaters, pullovers, cardigans from the local industries as well as from markets of Tibet and Nepal. The markets of Manali are ideal for street shopping for scarves and bracelets and are also full of cute gloves, socks and ear warmers that you wouldn’t be able to resist buying. For the foodies, you get the best Gol Gappas, as we North Indians callit, there. I believe one shouldn’t just conclude a Manali trip without tryingthe Gol Gappas served with the water kept in matkas. The markets there are fullof varieties of North Indian food and the local specialties like Sattu, Kodraroti and more. Manali is a tourist spot surrounded by places as special as it is initself. One who goes to Manali can travel to and enjoy places like Kullu,Manikaran, Solang Valley and Rohtang Pass. If visited in winters these placeswelcome you covered in a white layer of snow to add to the beauty whereasRohtang serves you with snow throughout the year. Manali can be reached by roadways, railways and airways. Thus, you don‘treally have many excuses to not go and give Manali a chance to host you!The easiest way to reach Manali is through the nearest airport that is Kullu Manali/ Bhuntar Airport which is 10kms from Manali or you can take the roadways from Delhi after you land at the Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi.

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How to Call a Cab from your Trabug Phone

Our Product And Its SpecificationsTrabug is India’s first custom made travel smartphone that helps people visiting India have a hassle free stay. Trabug comes with an inbuilt 4G sim card that saves the customer pain from having to buy a local sim. The phone is new, with a 5 inch high resolution screen and a long battery life. You could get the phone delivered in Delhi and have it picked up in Mumbai or for that matter, anywhere in the country. Trabug Smartphone has a bunch of services preloaded on the phone that include; cab bookings, top up recharge, shopping and eating suggestions, emergency services, foreign exchange services, embassy information all just a tap away. Procedure to book a cab is as follows: Locate ‘services’ on your Trabug phone. Select the ‘Get a Cab’ option. You will be directed to the cab booking application ‘Ola’ where you can quickly sign up or sign in. It will locate you using your GPS, find the nearest ride. You book the cab after you see the estimated time to arrive and the driver will contact you. The details of the driver and the cab are visible as soon as you book a cab. The app lets you pay through cash, card or ola money. Check the video out for more.ß Customer Reviews “I had a great experience with Trabug. I would recommend it to a friend for sure–in fact, I already have! The first phone they gave me didn’t work well at all–I think it was defective. However, they quickly replaced it (went out of their way to deliver it), and once they did, everything was smooth sailing. The phone wasn’t high-end, but functional (I’m an iphone user though, so i think I’m spoiled). It’s very helpful to have a wireless hot spot when traveling in india because wifi is not very available. The phone Trabug gave me was AWESOME for that, since cell service is good pretty much throughout Northern india where I traveled. I was even able to make FaceTime audio calls (and sometimes video) home to my loved ones in the states from everywhere–hotel rooms, buses, walking down the street etc. Plus, being able to use my personal iPhone was great, since the android given wasn’t super high end (touches not as responsive, etc.). PLUS: The price is very much worth it, especially with the service. And at the end, they picked up the phone from the hostel where i stayed my last night. All i had to do was give them the address, and leave it in the hostel lock box in the provided Trabug envelope. Easy peasy lemon squeezy.” Alan Ashbaugh U.S.A.

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For A Happy First Time Travel To India

India is dream country to visit for many and for many reasons too. Be it the culture, the colours the calm or the chaos, it has intrigued travellers since ages and continues to do so even now. Being different from the other parts of the world, India has its own ways with the things and the people. To come here and to explore India comfortably; we would like you to keep the following in mind. TravelWell in advance plan your trip. People usually try to squeeze too many places in one trip and that would take the essence out of the trip. India has a lot of different things. It has mountains, backwaters, spiritual centres, cultural bits, wildlife and much more. Pick the parts you want to explore and make arrangements already. Book hotels/ airbnb well in advance and also get tickets for your preferred way of commute already booked. India is a populous country, so to avoid ending up without tickets, this is essential. For railway tickets you can visit the government site https://www.irctc.co.in/eticketing/loginHome.jsf and avoid standing in lines on the station. HealthAvoid drinking tap water as unlike many countries, tap water in India isn’t distilled. Buy packed water only. Food in India is generally spicy and will always have more vegetarian options as to non vegetarian options, therefore choose food places wisely. Avoid eating at roadside stalls or from vendors as it may not be hygienic and could give you what is called a ‘delhi belly’. Avoid using public washrooms as the condition is usually really unhygienic. Keep with yourself at all times sanitizers/soap, wet wipes and toilet paper. Law Of The Land