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Manali Travel


Manali is a popular hill station in the Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh. It is around 250 km from Shimla and 40 km from the Kullu town. Bhuntar is its nearest airport and it is located around 50 km away. Situated at an elevation of 2,000 meters, it features breathtaking beauty of the landscape and the snow capped peaks. It is predominantly cold throughout the year and the best time to visit is from May to November. To experience snowfall here, visit during December to January. These day-night packages ensure a memorable vacation that includes sightseeing in and around this hill town of Himachal Pradesh.

Manali is a popular hill station in India that is tucked at a mighty height amid the natural hues of the Himachal Himalayas. During the peak tourist season Manali is one of the busiest tourist destinations in India and often the travellers stick by for the best Manali holiday packages. Up the hills Manali offers you a lifetime break from the hustle and bustle of the city life. The slushing Beas River cutting and running down the beguiling green valley, the far-fetched snowcapped mountain ranges and the traditional ambiance of the Malana village and Vashisht village are the major picks from our Manali tour packages. Nonetheless holiday in Manali also includes the sprawling beauty of the Kullu Valley and colonial ambiance of Shimla.

We offer you to frame up some beautiful moments of lifetime. It soars up to the height of Rohtang Pass, which is one of the mountain passes on Manali-Leh Highway, driving you to the snow-white imbues. Excluding from the tour packages in Manali if you want to make your holiday bit unique..fill with thrills and adventures, a trek to the Bhrigu Lake en route the hot water springs of Gulaba village is simply breathtaking. This frozen lake is nestled at an altitude of 4300 mts. Our Manali holiday packages also include a drive to the Solang Valley, which is a popular for adventurous sports like Parachuting, skating/skiing, zorbing and paragliding.

Tourist Attractions in the city

As the popularity of the place would have it, people can have varied tastes- some appealing to the sense, others exceeding all fantasies. The lingering serenity of a prayer place is a blessing. Couple it with the silent watch of Nature over mere mortals in Manali and the wish to stay in here gets deeper. Following are prime places that begin form foundation of a beautiful trip here-

Hidimba Temple - Also referred to as Dhoongri temple, the temple is dedicated to Goddess Hadimba who was wife of mightiest of the five Pandavas - Bhim. Amidst Indian Cedar Forest, the temple is a must-see.

Manu Maharaj Temple Dedicated to the Rishi Manu after whom the town is named, it attracts people because of being one of its type. There are no temples dedicated to Him except for this.

Himalayan Nyinmapa Buddhist Temple Exhibiting two-storey statue of Shakyamuni (the historical Budhha) attracts people from everywhere irrespective of their religious faith.

Lord Ram Temple - Located near Vashisht Hot Water Spring, the temple has Lord Ram, the upholder of Dharma as its prime deity. People bath in holy waters and worship Lord and Nature for such gifts.

In addition to these, there are few temples that could be visited at Jagatsukha. Shiva Temple, Gayatri Devi Temple and Devi Sarvali are some of the ancient temples where tourists bound in their faith and devotion pay visit. At Thava, there is a Krishna temple; being among very few tourists to this destination is another magic. Gauri Shankar Temple at Dashal is another treat for religious and spiritual tourists.

Van Vihar Park - Good place to have an evening break with family and kids, it has a children's park and a small pond for boating experience.

Nature Reserve - If avifauna interest a tourist to Manali, this is best to enjoy some of the colors in wings and sky. Deodars on the bank of Beas River only add to the ambience for the birds and tourists to stay longer.

Falls -The waterfalls like Jogini, Rozy, Zana and Rahala in different place make for excellent clicks, bringing out the photographers hidden in individuals on trip.

Solang Valley - Ski lovers know the place very well but so does those who know the best vantage point to get some tremendous views of imposing Himalayas. This valet is also known as Snow Point and has ski lifts.

Hot Water Springs - Beas Kund, Vashist, Kalath and Nehru Kund are the natural springs with traces of Sulphur known for treating skin ailments.

Great Himalayan National Park, Manali Sanctuary, Rohtang Pass, etc are some other places where Nature lures the petty human senses like casting spell.

Places around Manali

The fun of having these places in addition to the touring Manali is otherworldly. Have a look.s

Kullu - Just 40 Km away, the place more often than not is clubbed with Manali tour packages. The place has its own specialties to see.

Shimla - Slightly more than 200 Km away from Manali, the capital of Himachal Pradesh has its own charm. Taking a long break and visiting Shimla along with Manali greatly appeals tourists when possible.

Kothi - Very near to Rohtang Pass, the place has best of the Nature's grandeur.

Rohtang Pass Situated about 50-km from Manali town on the highway to Keylong is Rohtang Pass, the highest point of the area. It is located at an altitude of 4,111 metres. The beautiful Dasohar Lake is present to the left of the Pass. Thhe nearby areas are always covered with snow which makes it one of the popular places to indulge in some fun activities. Snow scooter rides are a craze among tourists in the area. A few km away from the pass is the Sonapani glacier. It may be mentioned that the pass provides the only access to Lahaul Valley and remains open from June to November each year.

How To Reach

By Air : The nearest airport to Manali is Bhuntar at a distance of 52 kms. Commercial flights are available from Delhi and other destinations of the country.
By Rail : The nearest railhead is Joginder Nagar that has a narrow gauge route. The distance from Manali is approximately 95 kms.
By Road : Manali is connected with road, and loving Nature on road is another gift people can enjoy in car or bus. Bus services are available from many cities like Delhi, Chandigarh, Shimla, etc. Hiring a jeep or car or taxi could also be an idea of road trip to Manali.