Manali Travel Guide
Manali is a high-altitude Himalayan city in Himachal Pradesh and popular as a family and honeymoon vacation. The Beas River passes through the city and divides into two parts. It is a great escape for skiing in the Solang Valley and Trekking in Parvati Valley. It is also a point for paragliding, rafting and mountaineering. It is also a home to 4,000m high Rohtang Pass.
The main attraction of the city is the Mall road and its street markets and an old Manali is a home to traditional stone structures, apple gardens and the Hindu Manu Temple. Around the Manaslu River, there is a wood-made Hadimba Devi temple, established in 1553 and devoted to the wife of Bhima second brother of Pandava. The museum of Manali smartly preserves the local arts, culture and crafts of the state. In the Tibetan complex, the Buddhist monastery is known for its yellow, pagoda style roof. In the eastern part of the Beas River is Vashisht a picturesque village popular for its warm springs.
Manali is an amazing destination to plan a holiday and it can be comfortably explored by Manali Tour Package, which covers all the attractions of Manali for which the city is known. It is a great city rich in culture, tradition and natural beauty. If you are looking for a nice place to plan your next vacation in India then visit to Manali and explore all its magnetisms that are simply inspiring.
How to Reach
By Air – The closest airport is located at Bhuntar 50 km away from Manali. Regular domestic flights connect Bhuntar with Delhi and Chandigarh. You can get taxi to Manali at the airport.
BY Train – There is no railway station in Manali, so you will have to take train to Kalka railway station then hire bus or taxi to Manali.
By Bus – Manali is smartly connected to many travel places such as – Shimla, Kullu, Ladakh, Dharamshala and New Delhi by means of good private and government buses.
Best Time visit:
|Summers||March to June||10°C – 25°C|
|Monsoon||July to Sep||15°C – 20°C|
|Winters||Oct to Fab||1°C – 14°C|