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Hunger Buster! 8 Places That Maggi is Savior

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This is the ultimate travel snack you'll ever find. Convenient and tasty, this could be a life saviour when on the road! HolidayIQ Travellers list down places where maggi is the only hope to satiate your tummy. 

1. Manali

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Valley | Adventure | Hill | Cold

HolidayIQ Reviewer Sabina Sethi adds, “Mesmerising Rohtang ...Experienced all adventure activities, including Skiing, sliding on tyre tube, Yak ride and many more to add to our experience. ... Had a wonderful experience of eating maggi and Bread Omlette.” Read Full Review

HolidayIQ Reviewer Aditya Kothari says, “River rafting, ziplining are options always available, Paragliding is also an option but more often banned. Hot maggi, momos, tea are a few food options available. Place is recommended to couples, friends and solo travellers.” Read Full Review

2. McLeodganj

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Trek | Temple | Hill | Weather

HolidayIQ Reviewer Prachi Sahni says, “No trip to McLeod Ganj can be complete without ascending the Bhagsu waterfalls, next to the Bhagsu temple. ...Mid way there is a small cute cafe called 'No Name Cafe serving amazing hot tea & delicious maggie....The water seems to be coming out of nowhere, when viewed from the base of the fall. Covered with green on both the sides & colourful flags from one end to another, the waterfall is considered to have cleansing properties. ” Read Full Review

HolidayIQ Reviewer Anbu Mathika says, “The extraterrestrial Triund The Triund is one of the best places to opt for if you are a trekker. One of the most sought after destinations of India, it will be worth reaching the summit after all that sweat and pain while climbing up....There are only maggi noodles and daal chawal stalls at the summit and they are expensive too. A plate of noodles will cost you 80 rupees and it isn't worth it. So, better manage the food yourself and save money.” Read Full Review

3. Ladakh (Leh)

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Lake | Valley | Cold | Nature
HolidayIQ Reviewer Girish Belwal adds, “ head to the Pangong-Tso (Pangong Lake), one of the largest brackish lakes in Asia. Situated at a height of 14000 feet, the lake is 130km long, 45 km of which lies in India while the remaining stays in China....Gorge on some hot maggi and you’re done! ” Read Full Review

4. Nubra Valley

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Nikunj Prajapati shares, “World's highest motorable road, kudos to BRO and Indian army. Destination is beautiful indeed but journey is breathtaking, spectacular. ...Take a break at army canteen and enjoy maggie with beautiful snow capped mountain. You should not wait for more than 10mins on Khardungla as it may dangerous to health. Enjoy your ride and enjoy the real beauty of nature.” Read Full Review

HolidayIQ Reviewer Arnav Mathur says, “Khardung La Pass is one of the many achievements of the INDIAN ARMY and BRO (Border Roads Organisation). The experience standing on the highest motorable pass in the World is simply out of the world!...The maggi and hot cup of chai experience is something which will be remembered forever. ” Read Full Review

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5. Dhanaulti

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Piyush Agrawal says, “The beauty of Dhanaulti lies in the hills that surround it, making it a peaceful and serene place. It is just a few kilometres from Mussoorie.... Though, you can get snacks, parathas, maggi, tea and packaged food. So, stay in Mussoorie, catch a bus to Dhanaulti and then return by evening.” Read Full Review

6. Tawang

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Shailesh Upasani says, “Beauty Beauty & only Beauty Shonga-tser Lake is located at a distance of 42 kilometre from Tawang. This lake after the shooting of movie Koyla was named by tourists as Madhuri Lake....Indian Army is having one canteen at the bank of the lake which provides Tea, Coffee, maggie, Chole Bhature at very reasonable rate. ” Read Full Review

7. Kasauli

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Hill | Mall Road | Nature | Weather

HolidayIQ Reviewer sandip chaudhari shares, “The river flowing through mountains with clear water, this is very rare to see for people from Mumbai. We enjoyed playing in cold water, drinking hot tea and eating mast mast maggi along river side was wonderull experience. We also enjoyed shopping in the local market.” Read Full Review

8. Mashobra

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Kavita says, “Away from the busy life of the city, you can spend few days here relaxing and taking a walk in the forest. One can spend some time here varying from few hours to few days. We enjoyed eating Bun tikki and maggi at the roadside stall in Mashobra.” Read Full Review

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