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Solang Valley

Located atop the Kullu Valley, the Solang Valley is ideal for adventure sports such as parachuting, skating, zorbing and paragliding. The slopes of this valley also provide ski lovers an ideal destination to enjoy this activity on a trip to Manali. During the summer months, the snow on these slopes evaporates, resulting in ideal ground for zorbing, where a person hurls down a slope in an indestructible bouncy ball.

Solang Valley is definitely a playground for people looking to lose themselves in an assortment of exciting activities. Be it a honeymoon vacation or a family outing, a thrilling and engaging experience is guaranteed.


Bhrigu Lake

Also known as the ‘Pool of Gods’, Bhrigu Lake is a majestic an picturesque water body that is located at a distance of about 43km from the town of Manali. Each year, the lake attracts thousands of trekkers and visitors who come here to appreciate the serene, crystal clear blue pools of the lake as a part of their itinerary to visit Manali tourist places. 

Rising to a height of about 14,100ft it is located on the eastern courses of the Rohtang Pass. One of the many glacial lakes of the Kullu Valley, it makes up for being a perfect weekend outing on your next trip to Manali. 

 The lake is bordered by snowy peaks of the Himalayas on all sides and is a moderate to difficult trekking escapade.  Also nearby is the Nehru Kund, which is a natural water spring that is fed by the waters of the Bhrigu Lake and is truly picturesque. 

The trekking route to Bhrigu Lake starts either at the village of Gulaba or Vasishth Temple, either ways it perches you up at a height of almost 14000ft right on the second day, making it one of the most captivating treks of the Pir Panjal Ranges.  Locals of the village believe that this lake has been blessed by the sages and Gods which is why, it never freezes over completely even in the times of harsh winters.

Distance from Manali: 18 Kms

How to get there: Follow the Kullu-Naggar-Manali Road through the village of Gulaba

Best time to Visit: May to June 

Attractions/Activities: Trekking

Type of destination:  Trekking and religious


The Castle Manali

Built in 1460 AD, the Naggar Castle has a unique architecture that comprises of stones and wood. About a century ago, this castle of Raja Sidh Singh of Kullu was converted into a rest house, and presently it is being taken care by the Himachal Pradesh Tourism Development Corporation.

In its rechristened avatar, the castle is now The Castle Heritage Hotel. Naggar Castle came into the limelight after a bollywood movie was shot here. A grand Tibetan carnival dance was shot here and hence this castle grew in touristic prominence.


Van Vihar National Park

One of the most frequent places to visit in Manali, the Van Vihar National Park attracts visitors mainly because of its ideal location, which is bang on the Mall road in Manali. The park is a welcome respite from the crowds and the pollution with its tall and shady groves of Deodar, birch and pine. There are a number of wooden and concrete benches within the park, which provide rest, relaxation and recreation to its visitors.

Take off your shoes and take a leisurely walk across the garden paths of this wonderful haven of nature. You could also have fun cruising around in a boat that sails in the small pond within the vicinity of this park. Set amidst beautiful and verdant environs, the park is a perfect respite for anyone who chooses to visit it and makes up for a great place for a spontaneous picnic or simply a long walk!


08:00 am – 07:00 pm (summer)

08:00 am – 05:00 pm (winter)

Entry Fee: 10 INR per Person

Photography Allowed: Yes



The lands that hold the strongest relics of adventure are often not spoken about, and that is why you need to head to the mysterious hills of Malana for an adventure you can never forget! Malana is an ancient village that lies to the north – east of the Kullu Valley and this solitary village is located at an altitiude of 9,938ft above sea level. The village of Malana is connected to Kullu by three mountain passes. Many trekkers have traversed these mountains in search of adventure and discovered wonders that they have brought back home with them.  So grab your gear and head to this oldest democracy in the world and trek up the famous and intimidating Chanderkhani Pass and Rashol Pass.

Distance from Delhi: 543km

Best time to visit: Throughout the year

Attractions: Chandrakhani Pass, Kais wildlife sanctuary, Parvati Valley, Shiv Mandir, Hot Springs

Activities: Trekking, Sightseeing and Hiking 



Located in the Parvati valley between the hill stations of Bhuntar and Manikaran, Kasol is an idyllic valley rich with stunning views of the Himalayan peaks Kasol is one of the most popular weekend getaways from Delhi, located at a distance of about 528km from the capital. 

The untouched beauty, quiet surroundings, low population and a relatively moderate climate throughout the year, attracts backpackers to Kasol year after year. It is also the start point of various treks such as Sar pass, Pin Parvati and Khirganga. The Youth Hostels of India have a very strong presence here and are usually the ones organizing the treks in and around Kasol.

Distance from Delhi: 528km

Best time to visit: October to June

Attractions: Quiet and serene Valleys

Activities: Trekking, Nature Walks, Culture

Thrillophilia Recommended Offbeat Experiences: 

1) Fishing In River Parvati
2) Camping In Kasol
3) Trek To Malana In Kasol
4) Camp And Trek To Kheer Ganga
5) Adventure Camp In Kasol


Rahalla Falls

Cascading from a height of 8,500ft, the Rahalla or Rehala Falls as they are called as one of the most stunning natural places to visit in Manali. They are located at a distance of 16km from the town on the way to the Rohtang Pass and are must stop over on your way to visit this haven of snow. The falls are formed by glaciers as they melt on their way down from the mountains. It is one of the best places to enjoy photography or just sit peacefully by and admire the natural beauty. 

The more adventurous can go trekking up the mountains behind the waterfall cascades. The waterfalls are set amidst dense thickets of Deodar, birch and pine trees, making it one of the stunning places for photography. The sight of the place and the gentle rhythm of the falls gives instant peace and harmony to anybody who chooses to visit it.

Timing: The waterfalls are best visited in the months of March and November

Entry Fee: None

Photography Allowed: Yes


Krishna Bhavan Mandir

The Krishna Bhavan Mandir was built in the year 1926 and is beautifully made even though it is so old. Tourists love the place not only for the religious sentiments attached to it but also for the marvelous architecture of the place.

Location: It is located in the town of Kasauli and is one of the major religious destinations of the place.

Highlights: If you know a little about architecture you would easily recognize the mix of European and Indian style of architecture. But the temple is very famous for its church like shape and for the same reason is one of the most visited places by tourists. It is also known for the fairs held in the temple every year.

Best time to visit: The best time to visit the place is during summers as the atmosphere is quite pleasant and Kasauli is best visited during the months of March to May.

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How to Reach

  • Manali, the princely state of Himachal Pradesh is well connected with most of the neighboring cities like Shimla, Kullu, Delhi, Dehradun, and Mussoorie. Following are the ways by which you can reach Manali.
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  • By Air: The closest airport to Manali is Bhuntar situated approximately fifty kilometers from the city. Various domestic flights connect Bhuntar with Chandigarh and Delhi. Once on reaching the airport, the traveler can take the prepaid taxi from Manali. Owing to the weather conditions, the most reliable option for getting to Manali is by flight.
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  • By Bus: Manali is connected to the essential tourist destinations like Leh, Shimla, Dharamshala, Kullu and New Delhi. The journey by bus from Delhi to Manali is five hundred and fifty kilometers. Generally, it is advisable to book tickets via AC Volvo coaches, as the buses are more comfortable than the local ones.
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  • Road/Self Drive: A car drive to Manali is exuberantly a breathtaking one! The travelers can view scenic glimpses of the valleys and mountains from almost all direction while on a road trip. Though most of the tourist prefer a self-drive to Manali, it is generally advisable to hire a taxi in case the traveler is not comfortable driving its way to the mountainous region.

Best Time To Visit

  • Offering distinct charms in all seasons, Manali is a captivating destination. Summers observe Manali turning into an escape from blistering heat plain while winters embellish the town in a graceful turnout of white snow. Have a look at the breakup representing Manali’s climatic conditions:
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  • September to February: The monsoons stretch to an end in September while winter makes its entry from October. The temperature during winter can go as down to minus one degree Celsius, therefore make sure to carry warm clothes to keep yourself warm in this weather. The time when you can enjoy the spectacular scene and snowfall is in between December to January, making this month span the most cherishable between the honeymooners. This time marks an ideal time for adventure enthusiasts who relish skiing.
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  • March to June: From March, the summer season begins. The temperature during summers usually varies in between ten-degree celsius to twenty-five-degree celsius. Therefore, the travelers might require woolens during this time of the month. This month frame marks the perfect time to indulge in outdoor activities in the Solang Valley. This is also the best time when the flora is in full bloom lending in the clearest natural beauty.
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  • July to August: In Manali, the season of Monsoon can be tricky as the region face heavy rainfall which sometimes can lead to landslides. Considering this a lot of tourists prefer not to travel to Manali.

Traveller Tales from Manali


Kanaka Singh

18 September 2014

Morang La is an amazing point, which is also the highest peak almost 5300 ft, From there we trekked downwards and it was so exciting. We also encountered those nomadic groups there.A completely out of

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Mukul Mishra

24 October 2018

Hampta Pass was my first multiple day trek and I had an amazing experience overall. The base points like Chika, Jwara, Balu ka Ghera are all placed very well from each other and serve as a perfect chec...

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Minakshi Devar

28 June 2015

Well trekking on the hilly terrain of himalayas has always been my favourite trekking expedition. Spiti valley trekking has moderate trails and green surroundings. Better To go in summers, during rest ...

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Kashyapi Rana

21 April 2015

I strongly recommend you to take all neccessary measures and precautions befor starting out your adventure, because its a long trek that takes about 13 days and some pretty challenging trails. Our jour...

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Parth Shah

28 May 2017

"The best view comes after the hardest climb." - This cannot be more true. Few months ago, two of my friends and I were just looking for a small vacation break and wanted to visit the North region of ...

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Gotum Deshpande

19 October 2014

I was expecting a simple trek, but this seemed to be a dicey and challenging one. Most of my co-trekkers seemed to enjoy this and the overall service was good. We got enough time to explore Nagar town....

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Deven Naik

18 October 2015

woooooI just fall in love with this place, it absolutely the paradise of trekkers. The trails are not so though so anyone with some guidance can reach up to the destination easily. Talking about Padum,...

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Aaditya Mehra

10 December 2013

It someting that will boost up your heartbeat, i was feeling so fresh after trekking on the though trails to Moung La and the descendinfg from there.A wonderful experience for all!!!

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Addala shiva

01 August 2018

First of all, the rooms agency has allocated us are super, except that camp in sarchu accommodation was awesome, I would suggest you not to choose tempo package in this trip as it is not at all worth i...

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What You Should Know More About Manali

  • Q. Travel Advice

    • The foreigners or the locals here who may be seen in dirty outfits can be drug addicts or drug peddlers, stay away from them.

    • Do not eat anything from the hand of a stranger or a person you don’t know enough.

    • Don’t trust anyone with your cash here.

    • Keep your valuables in safe.

    • Never flash huge amount of cash or valuables in public.

    • The food in the Manali’s local or street stalls is good however a little check on the quality may seem helpful.

    • Since, the altitude is high, carry woolen clothing with you.

    • Always carry with you extra layer of clothing as you cannot trust the rains here.

    • If traveling during winter months, carry warm boots to be worn in snow.

    • Do not neglect your safety whenever you try some adventure sports or activities.

    • Do not get over friendly with any stranger or hotel staff.

    • Avoid lending money to people here. Sometimes, people may come up to you and share fake stories to exploit money from you. They make look from decent families and are usually asking for money to sponsor their drugs.

    • Always carry with you one ID proof.

    • Do not get in a verbal or physical fight with anyone.

    • Beware of fake liquor being sold here.

    • Always cross check the bills – hotel bills, restaurant bills, etc.

  • Q. Drinking Law

    The legal age for drinking in Manali is 18 years. For anyone aged below 18, alcohol consumption is prohibited. Do carry an ID proof whenever you buy alcohol in Manali.

  • Q. Our Recommendations: What you can’t afford to miss?

    Following are the must-visit attraction in Manali:

    The Rohtang Pass
    Rohtang Pass is situated about 50 km from Manali. It offers one of the most astonishing mountain views in the world. Situated at the Pir Panjal Range of the Himalayas, the area is usually covered in snow from the months to October to the onset of May. This is a prominent destination for all nature enthusiasts and thrill seekers who come here in large numbers. You can enjoy snow scooter riding or skiing here. Rohtang Pass is indeed one of the rarest places for a thrilling family adventure. 

    Naggar Castle
    Naggar castle is the very place where you see an amalgam of the Himalayan and the European culture. The two come together and produce an eccentric castle that was once the home of Raja Sidh Singh. Built in the year 1460, the castle is filled with staircases, fireplaces, woodwork and stonework that could give competition to any castle in Europe. For every art lover, there is so much more on offer accredited to the many art pieces on display. The castle is situated close to the banks of river Beas and this only accentuates the majesty of the place. No trip to Manali can be complete without a trip to this place.  

    Hidimba Devi Temple
    This is an ancient temple in Manali that was built in the year 1553 in reverence to Goddess Halima. Comprising of a three tiered square tower that is 24 meters high, the cedar forest lying at the foothills of the Himalayas encompasses the temple. It is indeed one important place that is full of ancient architecture and history. 

    Solang Valley
    Manali has always been praised for its pristine beauty. Solang Valley is one important places in Manali that well amplifies its beauty. It offers breathtaking views of the mountain tops and glaciers and is definitely one of the best best skiing slopes here. In winter the valley is the key attraction for skiers while in summers the activity is replaced by others like horse riding, paragliding, and parachuting. There is simply no wrong time to visit this place.  

    Manali Sanctuary
    A visit to Manali simply wouldn’t be complete without a trip to the Manali Sanctuary. Expect an unforgettable experience here in the midst of the lush green pastures and the alluring glaciers. If you are lucky, you can spot monal, brown bears, musk deer and snow leopards. For the daring ones traveling up into the glacier zone, a herd of ibex too can be spotted. It is a nice place that well represents the experience you wouldn’t want to miss.    

  • Q. What you will like there?

    Mountain Biking
    If you are searching for a place in the world, where you can enjoy mountain biking then Manali it is. Why do you want to be stuck in a bus when you can ride through the fresh mountains on a bike and gulp in you the majestic beauty of mountains of Manali? Amidst this, you can take a stoppage and plan a visit to the traditional villages of the Himalayas and the idiosyncratic carved wooden houses as well as the different temples that bring about the rich cultural history of the place.  

    Old Manali
    Old Manali is the place where the two worlds unite. On one hand is an exotic village that has a rare charm which is hard to find elsewhere while on the other end, it has all the conveniences needed in the modern times. Despite this unison, Old Manali manages to keep its old world charm intact. Shopping and cuisines here account for an unforgettable journey. 

    For people who are truly adventurous, rafting is an absolute delight in Manali. Sadly, this activity is not for the faint heart. The currents of the River Beas are the strongest here and the rapids created are something that thrill seekers enjoy the most. White water rafting in Manali is something that you’ll cherish for the rest of your lives. 

    Hot Sulfur Baths
    Sounds luxurious? It absolutely is! In the Vashisht Village and Manikaran, you can find hot Sulphur springs to take a calming dip to relax and rejuvenate. It is a high altitude beauty that is worth all the effort.  

  • Q. Recommended reads for destination (govt. websites, travel forum articles)


    Himachal Tourism 

  • Q. What things can I do in Manali?

    Manali is generally the most popular destination spot in India. Situated at a great height, snow-clad summits in the neighborhood harboring the fidgety river – Manali is an opulent destination spot. Hundreds of attractive things can be performed in Manali – like skiing, paragliding, rafting, trekking or simply sitting and relishing the fresh air are few things amongst the many.

    Following are the things that travelers can do in Manali:

    • Zorbing and Paragliding
    • Taking a hot Sulphur water bath at Manikaran
    • Heading to Rohtang Pass to explore it in totality
    • Trekking
    • Rafting
    • Enjoyable Hangout in Kasaul

    For more things to do in Manali and best packages check here.

  • Q. Which are some best resorts to stay in Manali?

    Following are the Best resorts in Manali that the travelers can opt for:

    • Kalinga Cottages
    • Hotel Snow Princess
    • Sandhya Resort and Spa Manali
    • The Orchard Greens
    • Manali Heights
    • The Manali Inn
    • Hotel Snow Park
    • Hotel Greenfields
    • Sun Park Resort Manali
    • Snow Peak Retreat
    • Golden Tulip Manali
    • Utopia Resorts and Spa, Manali
    • Quality Inn and Suites River Country Resort
    • Citrus Manali Resorts
    • Honeymoon Inn Manali
    • Apple Country Resort
    • Manuallaya – The Resort Spa in the Himalayas

  • Q. Which are the best places to experience local cuisine in Manali?

    Manali is a hill station delineating an amazing range of restaurants, cafes, bars and hotels that are there to take care of your desires, hunger, needs, and cravings. The travelers generally find a wide range of countless restaurants with a rich variant of delectable food set on their menu cards. You can also find Italian, Chinese, Korean, Indian, Japanese, Thai, Continental, Vietnamese food variants or cuisine. Also, the cafes with rich parallel culture cater to the younger crowds. The cafes generally serve pizzas, momos, apple pies, banana pancakes and various other snacks. Moreover, the travelers relish the street food of Manali to the core like Aloo Tikki, Bread Pakoda, Paav Bhaji, Samosas and Gulab Jamun. Other than these, Manali also caters a rich platter of Himachal food and cuisine.


    Following are the places which the travelers can visit to experience local cuisine in Manali:

    • Manali Sweets
    • Lazy Dog Lounge
    • People
    • Pizza Olive
    • La Plage
    • Blue Elephant Café
    • Veer Restaurant
    • World Peace Café
    • Rose Garden
    • Johnson’s Cafe
    • Martin’s (Himalayan Sports Club)
    • Casa Belle Vista
    • Drifters’ Café
    • Chopsticks
    • Oven in the Garden
    • Siddu
    • Q. What are the best public transport modes to commute around Manali?

      Transportation modes to commute around Manali is easily available. The best way to move from one place to another in Manali is through roads and local rails. For transportation within Manali, the travelers can hire a taxi and cab at a fixed period of time from individual hiring agencies. This is considered the best way of transportation in Manali as you can appreciate the various attractions of the city while traveling by road. Other ways of transportation are local buses, cars and train.

    • Q. What are the best places of shopping in Manali?

      With Manali’s quaint roadside stall and street markets, shopping is one of the most relishable things that tourist can do in Manali. From woven shawls to local handmade crafts, Manali offers various unique souvenirs at reasonable rates. Most of the things that you find here are of reasonable price, but however, some artifacts can be costly.

      Following are the places from where you can shop in Manali:

      • Mall Road
      • Old Manali Market
      • Tibetan Market
      • Bhuttico
      • Manu Market
      • Himachal Emporium

    • Q. Which are the famous treks in Manali?

      With unbound beauty, Manali calls to be the most attractive destinations in India. Offering great scenic view of the city, the soulful place is brought to life by people. Manali can never let you down whether you are an adventure lover or nature lover.

      Following are the famous trekking spots in Manali

    • Q. What all adventure activities can be enjoyed in Manali?

      Adventurous activities have always been a fancy against which one can challenge and put to test one’s caliber. While we talk about numerous adventure destinations in India, a multitude of names pop up, yet nothing matches the wide variety of adventure activities that are associated with Manali. Therefore, if you are still in the phase to decide upon which adventurous sports to do in Manali, then take a back seat and simply go through the below adventurous activities.

      • River Rafting
      • Paragliding
      • Skiing
      • Hiking
      • Mountain Biking
      • Mountaineering
      • Zorbing
      • Jeep Safari
      • Camping
      • River Crossing
      • Angling
      • Rock Climbing
      • Rappelling
      • Snow Scooter
      • Cable Car Ropeway
      • Kayaking

    • Q. What all romantic things can be done in Manali during honeymoon?

      From exploring splendid valleys to stunning icy summit, there are scenic locations that are worth visiting and are exemplary destination for couples. Manali can definitely be an indelible and tranquil experience for the honeymooner as the place is home to a bundle of picturesque sights acting as a perfect backdrop for a romantic outing. There are a lot of places in Manali perfect for honeymooners which guarantee memorable experiences for couples who are on a constant lookout for a serene and beautiful destination in the midst of the mountains. Read through the following places in Manali for couples:

      • Get indulged in adventurous sports at Solang Valley
      • Quarry and walk up till Hadimba Temple
      • Relish being at tree house with your better half
      • At Rohtang Pass spent time together playing with snow and viewing the beautiful surrounding.
      • Buy handicrafts from local markets in Manali
      • Guzzle meals at Manali’s charming cafes and restaurants
      • Sample distinct delectable cuisines at the top restaurants in Manali
      • Explore out to the beautiful hill towns in and around Manali

    • Q. What are the famous destinations for rafting in Manali? And how much does it costs?

      Beautifully embellished by stunning mountain ranges on one side and captivating cascading river on the other, Manali is said to be a destination spot that acts as a year-round magnet for travelers for all types. While the packers relish the neighboring or nearby village, adventurists find Manali as a captivating location to satiate all their adventure thirst. Following are the river rafting destinations in Manali with their respective cost affixed:

      • White Water River Rafting in Kullu Manali (Approximate cost: Rs. 2,099)
      • Sightseeing and Rafting Adventure in Manali (Approximate cost: Rs. 4000)

    • Q. Which are the famous wildlife sanctuaries and national parks in or near Manali?

      Following are the must-visit wildlife sanctuaries and national parks in or near Manali are:

      • Kalatop Khajjiar Wildlife Sanctuary (Near Dalhousie)
      • Great Himalayan National Park (Near Kullu)
      • Tirthan Valley (Near Kullu)
      • Pin Valley National Park (Near Manali)
      • Nature Park Manali

    • Q. Which are the famous camping destinations in Manali?

      Amongst being the most impressive hill stations, Manali is definitely the cherry on the top for delineating stunning meadows, snow-clad peaks and gripping valleys alongside showcasing famous camping destinations. This charming destination spot sits merrily on the banks of Beas giving way to options for camping in Manali.

      Following are the famous camping destinations in Manali:

      • Retro Valley Camping Resort
      • Tentsville
      • Into Wild Himalaya Camps
      • Hotel Whispering Woods
      • Himachal Valley Camp
      • Wildwood Camping
      • The Chandratal Lake Camp Retreat
      • Antrek Camp Sarchu

    • Q. Where can I enjoy nightlife in Manali? How is Old Manali's nightlife?

      Enjoying the nightlife of Manali, though cannot be compared to other metropolitan cities of India, considerably with time the place has picked up over past few years. The places where the travelers can enjoy the night out in Manali are:

      • Johnson's Bar & Restaurant
      • The Buzz
      • Zing Zing Bar
      • Chelsea Club
      • Lazy Dog Café

      Old Manali has a lot to offer. The traveler can wander around the city from one restaurant to another. Moreover, The Drifters Inn has become one of the most famous hangout destinations in Old Manali.

    • Q. Where can we do paragliding in Manali? Is it safe?

      Paragliding in Manali is an exciting and relishing adventure sports that are thoroughly relished by the travelers. Paragliding is a blend of skydiving and hang gliding and is referred to as an adrenaline rush giving way to a wonderful experience. In Manali, Solang valley is famous for paragliding. According to reports, paragliding in Manali is not hundred percent safe because there have been instances giving way to accidents. Paragliding can be dangerous if rules and regulations are not followed.

    • Q. Which are some famous temples in Manali?

      Top recommended temples of Manali are as follows:

      • Hadimba Temple
      • Krishna Temple at Thava
      • Gauri Shankar Temple
      • Jamula Temple
      • Maa Sharvari Temple
      • Bijli Mahadev Temple, Kullu
      • Raghunathji Temple
      • Hanogi Mata Temple, Kullu
      • Jagti Patt Temple, Naggar
      • Manu Temple
      • Hadimba Temple
      • Jagatsukh, Manali
      • Vashist springs and temple, Manali
      • Temple of Lord Ram, Manali
      • Basheshwar Mahadev Temple, Manali
      • Tripura Sundari Temple, Manali
      • Hanogi Mata Temple, Manali
      • Gauri Shankar Temple, Manali

    • Q. What all things can be done at Rohtang Pass? How far it is from Manali?

      The Rohtang Pass acts as an attachment between Lahul and Spiti Valley. Rohtang Pass is 51 kilometers far from Manali. Following are the things that can be performed in Rohtang Pass:

      • Snow scooters
      • Paragliding
      • Camping
      • Sight viewing

    • Q. What all things can be done at Solang Valley? How far is it from Manali?

      Solang Valley is located on the western bank of River Beas which is twelve kilometers away from Manali. The following things can be done at Solang valley:

      • Paragliding
      • Camping
      • Zorbing
      • Parachuting
      • River rafting
      • Skiing
      • Heli-skiing
      • Q. How far is Kullu from Manali? How much time is required to cover Kullu to Manali distance?

        Kullu is 40.1 kilometers away from Manali. It would take around 1 hour 16 minutes to cover the distance from Kullu to Manali via NH3.

      • Q. How far is Ladakh from Manali? How many days required for Manali to Leh road trip?

        Ladakh is around 476 kilometers far from Manali. By road, the total time that would take to reach Leh from Manali is 13 hours 23 minutes. Therefore, it would take half a day to reach Ladakh from Manali.