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We are solo backpackers who have travelled the world and realised this world is fun to travel solo.This group is all about solo travellers and about their experiences and travel stories.
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Jordan: The Epic Road Trip

Jordon

JORDAN Jordan, an Arab nation on the east bank of the Jordan River, is defined by ancient monuments, nature reserves and seaside resorts. It’s home to the famed archaeological site of Petra, the Nabatean capital dating to around 300 B.C. Set in a narrow valley with tombs, temples and monuments carved into the surrounding pink sandstone cliffs, Petra earns its nickname, the "Rose City." "JORDAN:EPIC ROAD TRIP" How about a 8 days road trip, 900 km, desert camping and 10 strangers. If this sounds you adventurous then time is here to make it happen. Join TBT for a 8 days road trip in a country like Jordan. Brief of Itinerary Day1# Land in Jordan Day2# Ma’in Hot Springs Day3# Petra Day4# Petra Day5# Wadi Rum Camping Day6# Aquba Day7# Amman Day8# Fly Out Flight Tickets: #Land in & Fly out from Queen Alia International Airport Day 1 & 2: Ma'in Hot Springs Land at Queen Alia International Airport and start road trip from here only, reach Ma'in Hot Springs after completing 51kms and check-in the hotel to get freshen up. The Ma'in hot springs are located 58 km south of Amman in Madaba Governorate and is 27 km away from Madaba. It is 120 meters below sea level. The Ma'in region contains a total of 63 springs at different temperatures but similar chemical composition, containing important elements such as sodium, calcium, chloride, radon, hydrogen sulfide and carbon dioxide. Temperatures in some springs reach 63 degrees Celsius. Dead Sea Your random bit of history for the day: The Dead Sea is the lowest spot on earth’s surface—the shores of Dead Sea sit 1,388 feet (423 meters) below sea level. This level makes it possible for a number of other Dead Sea wonders—the sea’s waters maintain nearly 34% salinity and the River Jordan dead-ends into Dead Sea, with river water evaporating and leaving behind vast beds of salt and minerals. Then consider the UVB rays; the barometric pressure and high oxygen levels on the sea’s shores dilute the sun’s harmful rays more than any other place on earth. For Day wise itinerary Kindly visit www.travelbuddiestalk.com Package 73333 Includes 8D/7N stay in double occupancy 1 night in Camping (*3750 INR for upgrade to Full of star camping in Wadi Rum) Breakfast(7), Dinner(1 Gala Dinner) 4x4 desert drive Airport pick n drop 8 days travel in private vehicle, fuel, toll Admin for guidance during the trip Excludes Flight Fare Visa (On arrival 4500, for more details check their website) Lunch/Dinner (8-10k approx) Red Sea scuba diving (4200 INR approx, check on their website also) Entry to monuments Q: Can I see your pictures of this trip? Ans: Follow the link: PICTURES Q.Can I drive? Ans: Yes you can drive, if you have a valid Indian driving license. Q. Why this trip is less costly ? Ans. We believe in passing the benefits to members also, as we are a group of passionate traveler who are running this company and not a business oriented company. Q. How will I meet the group if I come? Ans: We will add you in our WhatsApp group for further communication and if you are coming alone then we will arrange a airport pickup for you. Q.Any discount for a group? Ans: Yes, if you are more then 2 then you will get a group discount of 2000 Rupee per head. Q.Where can I see T&C of the trips? Ans: Follow this link: T&C How to Contact us? Call us on[masked] or E-mail us on [masked] Team TBT Mail: [masked] [masked]

Auli: Valentine's Day Special

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A U L I ' Auli in the Indian state of Uttarakhand is renowned for the fascinating ski resorts and stunning natural vistas. Bounded by the snowy peaks of the mighty Himalayas, this hilly terrain offers the enchanting sceneries of oak fringed slopes and coniferous forests. At an average height of 2800 meters, this might be the single spot where the visitors would get the unusual opportunity of a nice promenade. . Itinerary : Day 0(21 Feb): Delhi to Rishikesh Day 1(22 Feb): Rishikesh exploration Day 2(23 Feb):Reach Auli Day 3(23 Feb): Auli Exploration Day 4(25 Feb): Auli Exploration Day 5(26 Feb): Auli to Delhi Day 0 7pm: Start from Delhi to reach Rishikesh. Overnight journey to reach Rishikesh. Day 1 A paradise for nature-lovers, Haridwar presents a kaleidoscope of Indian culture and civilization. Haridwar, termed as 'Gateway to Gods' is also known as Mayapuri, Kapila, Gangadwar. The followers of Lord Shiva (Har) and followers of Lord Vishnu (Hari) pronounce this place Haridwar and Hardwar respectively as told by some. It is also a point of entry to Dev Bhoomi and Char Dham (Four main centers of pilgrimage in Uttarakhand Viz. Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri and Yamunotri). #Reach Rishikesh early morning. #Explore Rishikesh and Haridwar. #Spend some time near the banks of Ganga and see Aarti. Stay in Rishikesh. Day 2 Dotted with the apple orchards, old oaks and pine trees there is no dearth of natural beauty in Auli. Apart from skiing you can also go for numerous treks in the hills of Garhwal Himalayas and enjoy the spellbinding views of the snow-draped mountains. Auli is a popular hill resort in the Himalayan range dating back to 8th Century AD. #Start from Rishikesh towards Auli. #223 km/9 Hour After reaching Joshimath, we will take cable car to reach in 30 mins time. Stay in Auli. Day 3 Gurson Bugyal Auli Artificial Lake At a distance of 1 km from Auli GMVN, Auli Artificial Lake is one of the world's highest manmade lakes, situated beside the Cliff Top Club. This lake was developed by the government in view of creating artificial snow on the new ski slopes at the time of low snow fall. Water from the lake is used to feed the snow guns stationed along the ski slopes. It assists in providing good skiing surface to help extend the ski season. Vishnuprayag The Alaknanda River, which originates (30.34°N 79.34°E) in the eastern slopes of glacier fields of Chaukhamba, is joined by the Saraswathi River nearMana (that originates on the south from the international border), and then flows in front of the Badrinath temple, one of the most revered Hindu shrines. Day 4 Auli Gorson Bugyal Trek(Optional) Trekking in winter comes with bundles of fun, more when it has two befuddling meadows (known as ‘bugyal’ in Garhwali language) and their whispering beauty covered in white snow, which in seasons other than winter is laid down in flurry of colors. This is Auli Gorson Bugyal Winter trekking which inspires even the most tentative steps in this kind of cool adventure. Auli Ropeway: Auli Ropeway is the major attraction in Auli offering magnificent and majestic Himalayan views. A highest and longest ropeway in Asia after Gulmarg, Auli cable car covers a distance of 4 kms. Day 5 Auli to Delhi. We will early morning to reach delhi by evening. Package: 13500 p.p Includes: 5D/4N Stay in double occupancy Breakfast (4) Travel Delhi-Auli-Delhi in A/c traveller Internal travel till Joshimath Auli Ropeway fees Excludes: Lunch/Dinner Personal expenses entry to any activity Anything not mentioned in the includes Thanks Team TBT [masked] Whatsapp/Call : [masked] Follow us on facebook: LINK Follow us on Instagram: LINK

Sunburn'19 (23-24 Feb)

Goa

S U N B U R N'19 Sunburn Festival is coming back in 2019 for its 12th Edition. Prepare yourself for 3 days of revelry and partying. Fans from around the world will have to be prepared for World Class DJs, an amazing stage and breathtaking SFX. It is time to LIVE, LOVE, DANCE. viagogo is Sunburn’s (Asia’s largest electronic dance music event) official international ticketing partner. You can now buy your Sunburn Festival tickets in a safe, secure and guaranteed way. You can collect your festival wristbands right outside the box office. Whether you are interested in regular General Admission passes or VIP passes, buy your tickets for Sunburn Festival on viagogo – the world’s largest ticket marketplace and Sunburn’s Festival official international ticketing partner. Still need a itinerary ? Here you go Date:[masked] Return on 25th night. Here is the itinerary: 22th Night: Start trip @7pm from Mumbai & 11pm from Pune 23th: Stay in Goa and explore nearby places & join Sunburn till late night. 24th: Stay in Goa and explore nearby places & join Sunburn till late night. 25st : Explore Goa and return in evening Day 1: Today we will reach Goa and check-in in our beautiful resort the beach, After getting freshened up we will explore Morjim area.. Morjim beach is famous for turtle hatching and is also famous for its cleanliness and foreign tourists. From afternoon to late night we will be in Sunburn festival at vegatore beach. Day 2: Breakfast After having breakfast, we all will start our journey to explore Goa in college style. You can either hire bikes or hop-on. #Bagha beach From afternoon to late night we will be in Sunburn festival at vegatore beach. Day 3: Will start our morning little late and after breakfast & lunch, we will depart from Goa...so no hurry. FOR BOOKINGS KINDLY WHATSAPP ON[masked] For Full Package & cost details, Kindly click on this link: http://travelbuddiestalk.com/event/sunburn-2019-feb-23-24/ Thanks Team TBT [masked] Whatsapp:[masked]

Holi Special : Kasol & Manali

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HOLI IN KASOL Beautiful places are often hidden away in the most easily accessible of places. To those of us with less money than enthusiasm, Himachal..is like a gift from God. To escape from the stresses of a mundane life, Parvati Valley in Himachal is one of the most beautiful destinations in the world. Starting at the confluence of River Parvati and River Beas, the valley is famous for its pretty as a picture coniferous forests and crystal clear mountain streams. Nestled in these sylvan hills is the charming village of Kasol. Resplendent in natural beauty, Kasol is fast emerging as a hub for backpackers, trekkers and nature lovers. It is yet to be ruined by commercialisation. However, it is also one of those places you want to strike off your bucket list before you have children as it is home to a deep rooted local culture of pot and hippie hues. Even if you are not into either of those, there are many other things to do in Kasol Itinerary: Bus will start from delhi at 8:30PM on 20th Mar Dinner on the way and we will reach Manali by 10AM Delhi To Manali (Stay 1 Night at 3 Star Hotel Vyas Vatika) (21st) Manali To Tosh (1 Night at 4 Star Hotel Sandha Kasol):22nd Tosh to Kasol (1 Night at 3 Star Hote:23rd Manali: Manali is a high-altitude Himalayan resort town in India’s northern Himachal Pradesh state. It has a reputation as a backpacking center and honeymoon destination. Set on the Beas River, it’s a gateway for skiing in the Solang Valley and trekking in Parvati Valley. It's also a jumping-off point for paragliding, rafting and mountaineering in the Pir Panjal mountains, home to 4,000m-high Rohtang Pass. Walk by the Parvati River Nothing like a nice stroll down a cackling, churning and frothing Parvati river on one side and looming pine trees on the other. Clean white sand and smooth boulders separate the lush green grass from the tumbling blue-green water of the river. Every bend in the river opens up to an exciting vista of pine trees, cliffs and waterfalls. All this is framed with snow capped peaks piercing the happy blue sky at the horizon. A great site to take those pictures you could show off on your wall. The river has a steep gradient and a greater mass of water, so it rages down in noisy torrents. It is inadvisable to cross the fierce river on foot. There is a rickety old wooden bridge for that. For a supremely pleasant leisure afternoon stretch out on one of the smooth boulders beside the river with your feet in the cold water. It could be an eternity in an hour or an hour stretching into a lifetime. Visit Manikaran Sahib Manikaran is just about 6 kms from Kasol so you can take a hike or hitch a ride, whatever suits you. Manikaran Sahib is a huge Gurudwara tucked between imposing hills and a fierce Beas. The high point of the Manikaran Sahib is the hot spring located within the premise of the Gurudwara. The devout take a dip here to wash their sins and illnesses away as the spring water is believed to have healing properties. The ‘Langar’ is delicious and wholesome. It is a fact that the rice is cooked in the hot water from the spring. You have to take off your footwear and cover your head in respect before entering the holy Gurudwara. It would be wise to carry a convenient piece of clothing to cover your head. Inside the shrine, you can see pictures of Hindu Gods, alongside Jesus and Sikh Guru’s. The messages couldn’t have been clearer; everyone is welcome and all faiths are respected. I find this bit especially touching about Manikaran Sahib. Take a long walk to Malana Malana is famous for its distinct culture and the temple of Jamlu Devta. The people of this quiet hamlet live in self-imposed isolation. They believe themselves to be the descendants of Aryans and that the purity of their race would be compromised by interaction with outsiders. A visitor in Malana cannot touch their wall, to the extent that they wash their walls with the blood of a buffalo if an outsider happens to touch it. Shocking, right? Not to them! They have their own government and do not consider themselves within the jurisdiction of the Indian government. Most say it is a cover for a raging industry of cannabis. Having said that, Malana is a village of splendid beauty. It is often referred to as 'Little Greece', as the locals believe to have descended from the lineage of Alexander the Great. Tosh Tosh is more European than Israeli and with a constant whiff of cannabis in its air. Trekking uphill through the forest is a shorter route to reach Tosh. You will find plenty of cafes with great Israeli and European food and ideal ambience to relax. You would be hard pressed to find a typical Indian restaurant though. The village is located on a hillside overlooking the river and a waterfall. It is ideal to undertake long walks to discover the pretty delights of its mountain scenery. Try Israeli Food Apart from being a hippie paradise, Kasol is also a haven for great food, albeit little known. Tucked amidst wilderness, in a remote corner of the world, Kasol is flocked by young Israelis. Hence the name Mini Israel. The influence is clearly visible in the Hebrew inscribed sign boards and abundantly available Israeli food. When in Kasol don’t hunt for fancy. Street side cafes serve excellent food. Eat outdoors if you can. There is no dirt threatening to get into your food in this pristine valley. A view of the immense hills and dark green forests just makes your eating experience that much better. Do try the ‘Turquoise Kasol’ and ‘The Evergreen’ for a taste of Israeli food. Package: 9777 Rs/- Cost Includes : - 4 Day /3 Night stay in Kasol (Double occupancy rooms) -Breakfast (3 Days) - Private transfers from Delhi to Kasol to Delhi and All internal transfers as per itinerary Excludes - Meals (Lunch/Dinner) - Anything else not included Book By whatsapp on[masked]. Team Travel Buddies

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Iceland Road Trip @59999 INR

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