Born Free Manali – Cafe, Coworking and Hostel

Time is changing! There was a time when startups used to hustle inside their cubicles. Now a lot of entrepreneurs are choosing nomadic lifestyle. They like to hustle while exploring the world. Freedom of working from anywhere attracts many travelers towards coworking cafes/hostels where they can get a nice place to work and chill.

We receive tons of messages from backpackers all around the world, asking about coworking cafes and hostels in India. In this article, we are going to introduce you to one such beautiful coworking cafe and hostel in Manali – Born Free Manali. As described in the website, Born Free’s vision is to offer a spot in the valley where people can escape from the city hustle and feel at home.

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Located in old Manali, the coworking cafe offers a warm and friendly environment for travelers. With comfortable and cozy ambience, they serve delicious juices and shakes. The interiors are vibrant and walls are decorated with beautiful graffiti art. Not to forget, the food served by them is amazing.

Work and Fun

Born Free Manali is one of the most favorite spots for those who want to get some work done while enjoying the beauty of serene himalayas. With high speed wifi and comfortable seatings, the place is a first choice of freelancers, entrepreneurs and artists.

Born Free Manali organizes various live music performances and gigs for guests to enjoy. Not just this, this place is famous for its friendly and courteous staff. Undoubtedly, a perfect place to spend some peaceful time in the valley.

Get in touch with Born Free Manali

Whether you are solo or group traveler, Born Free Manali is a cafe you must check out. You can reach out to them at 078073 32025 or get in touch with sachin@bornfreecafes.com. You can also check out their website to know more about Born Free Manali. Check out more such cafes with scenic location and free internet – List of Coworking Spaces with a View | India

 


 

 

Rutavi Bhatia

Author at Coworking India Magazine. I love writing about entrepreneurship, innovation and technology.

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