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Goa has a lot of options for your stay-cottages,hotels,hostels you name it.A few good hotels in budget are- Highland homes,Old Goa residency,Brit's place and many OYO properties. There are luxury hotels such as Bay 15, Country INN suits by Radisson, Grand Hyatt goa, double tree by Hilton,cozy woods for a reference.Now coming onto the most budget friendly option that is hostel- Zostel, Moustache hostel, rainbow lining, Aerostel Goa, the lost tribe hostels, dreams hostel. These are few options for your amazing stay. Happy travelling
Goa is the dream destination of every traveller and has wide span of opportunities for one to explore.Let us discuss a few of them-
Yes, it is absolutely safe unless and until you are attentive. Try thinking of Sri lanka as an Indian city and you will be good to go. People are welcoming but you need to behave and dress up properly at some places because people are little conservative in some regions..
Indians can get a visa on visit for their trip to Sri lanka but they need to apply for ETA before going. ETA can be filled online easily by ivisa. After obtaining this,the traveller will need to fill a form on landing In Sri lanka and he/she will get a visa for 90 days in Sri lanka with double entry.
Yes,you can do Triund trek without a guide as you have to follow a single trail and there are rare chances of getting lost in your way to Triund. However, going along with a guide if you are not an experienced trekker, is a better option because it can get risky at times. So, it is always better to take precautions instead of risks
Yes,you can hire a camp at Triund top but it is recommended to book in advance for your own safety. Triund attracts a lot of trekkers and gets crowded.So,it is possible that the campsites may get filled or you don't get your desired services.So,it is better to do a bit of research and book in advance.However,camping is closed at Triund top for time being and you can only camp at Dharmkot,which is the starting point of the trek.
No, putting up camps by unauthorized parties is banned in Triund and no one who is not registered by eco tourism can pitch up the camps. However,you will get many campsites that offer camping in budget on the top of Triund but it is banned for now by the order of High court for few days unless any further order comes out.
One can reach Chandratal by public transport but for that you will have to keep some points in mind.
You will have to reach Manali first and then take a public bus (HRTC) towards Kaza.After Rohtang and Chhatru,you will reach Batal.
You will have to take off here.
From Batal you will have to hike towards the lake for 14 kms as it is not reachable by public transport.
Manali has no railway station of its own and one has to take a bus or a cab to reach Manali. The nearest railway station is Pathankot.
If you are planning to just go and visit places in Manali then yes it is safe however,going on treks can be a little risky at this time.It is safe but not very convenient as it rains heavily and almost everyday.Apart from all the inconvenience, Manali looks absolutely stunning in monsoon period where there is lush greenery at every corner and colourful flowers are in full bloom.
Yes, You can use the HRTC (Himachal Pradesh Road Transport Corporation) Bus for transportation in & to Spiti Valley. There are not so many buses in the region. You can catch a bus to Kaza from Kullu, Manali, Shimla & Reckong Peo.
No, There is no network available at Chandrataal Lake.
You can catch a bus to Kaza from Kullu, Manali, Shimla & Reckong Peo. The Fare of HRTC Bus from Manali to Kaza is Rs 300.
Yes, it's safe to travel Spiti Valley in the month of September. You will find light rain in those days.
Yes, You can cover main parts of Spiti Valley in 5 days from Manali side.
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