Living in Manali

#1 Mar 22nd, 2009, 01:13
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Hey guys.
I have resently Returned from a short trip to manali. I have been thinking how relaxing it would be to live there for a year or so. I was just wondering how much i shud buget for either renting a flat/house or hotel room. Also how much i could spend on food and purchasing a vechle (car,bike or push bike)

Is there anything else i need to consider? Im ok with getting there from delhi or amristra.

hope you can help

jake
#2 Mar 22nd, 2009, 01:29
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What are your specific queries / doubts, it's difficult to understand.

If you can post specific queries then I am sure you will get better responses.
#3 Mar 22nd, 2009, 02:56
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There are many places for long stays in manali, you may prefer to stay at Vashishth village which is some 4 KMs from Manali. It has hot spring baths also. The long stay rentals start from Rs. 2000 per month onwards.

Average meal is Rs. 50-60.

a small car is Rs. 200,000, a bike Rs. 50,000 and a push bike around Rs. 2500.


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Originally Posted by jakeyboy View Post Hey guys.
I have resently Returned from a short trip to manali. I have been thinking how relaxing it would be to live there for a year or so. I was just wondering how much i shud buget for either renting a flat/house or hotel room. Also how much i could spend on food and purchasing a vechle (car,bike or push bike)

Is there anything else i need to consider? Im ok with getting there from delhi or amristra.

hope you can help

jake
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#4 Mar 22nd, 2009, 05:23
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thanks for the advice Meander.
1. how much would it cost to rent a flat/house in Manali per month?
2. how much would it cost to stay in a hotel in Manali per month?
thanks

Dehliwala - Realy Rs. 2,000 per month (28) are you sure?
#5 Mar 22nd, 2009, 05:36
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Yes ! A Long term homestay at Vashishth will start from this much....you may check out the kind of place that you'll get for this sum. www.appleviewmanali.com

Of course you can go higher....for example see http://himachalcottagevilla.blogspot.com/

The facilities will vary with the money...(as if I needed to tell you)........

Even in main Manali city also are places which have rooms for Rs. 200-300 per day. Long stay can be negotiated even with them also.


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#6 Mar 24th, 2009, 05:54
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thats awesome. thank you very much. i will definately check those out.
#7 Mar 26th, 2009, 16:05
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Nicee!

And these rates are applicable in June as well?
As in.. I went to Mussoorie and Rishkesh off-season and it was great. But I was thinking of Manali in June this year. Can't afford anything more than 300 a day.

Also thinking of signing up for Himalayan Odyssey though that's too expensive.
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#8 Feb 24th, 2013, 19:16
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Hi Bro

I was reading your views on staying in Manali.

I am also planning to go to manali with my family, can you please suggest some long stay decent places for monthly rental that I can stay in and around manali with a facility of self kitchen.

I checked with Himachal Cottages, they are slightly on a higher side.

Thanks Indeed,

sgaur


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Originally Posted by delhiwala View Post Yes ! A Long term homestay at Vashishth will start from this much....you may check out the kind of place that you'll get for this sum. www.appleviewmanali.com

Of course you can go higher....for example see http://himachalcottagevilla.blogspot.com/

The facilities will vary with the money...(as if I needed to tell you)........

Even in main Manali city also are places which have rooms for Rs. 200-300 per day. Long stay can be negotiated even with them also.
#9 Apr 27th, 2016, 07:21
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I only want to meditate in silence, I would need someone who can cook food and leave it outside the door, clean the room and wash my clothes. But I want to be in total silence- and possible alone without any folks smoking nearby. Is there a place available?
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Originally Posted by Meditator View Post I only want to meditate in silence, I would need someone who can cook food and leave it outside the door, clean the room and wash my clothes. But I want to be in total silence- and possible alone without any folks smoking nearby. Is there a place available?
Then why would you want manali, go somewhere else in Himalayas.

Can recommend Kasar Devi in Kumaon range of Uttrakhand, I spent a week there is a cottage living with the family. It was an old school house built down the ridge, perfect place to be at peace. There are several such home-stay properties in the vicinity.
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