15 Places to Visit & Things to Do in Manali In June 2021

Tourist Places in Manali in June

Solang Valley, Rohtang Pass, Vashist Hot Water Springs, Jogini Falls, Beas River, Tibetian Monasteries, Kothi, Hadimba Temple, Manali Sanctuary, The Great Himalayan National Park, Rafting, Paragliding, Riverside Camp, and more.

The snowy mountains, ancient temples and picturesque rivers are just some of the many worthwhile
places to visit in Manali in June. An alluring hill-station in Himachal Pradesh, Manali attracts many travelers with its expansive environs of rich flora, a myriad of attractions and enjoyable weather during the harsh summers. The Solang Valley and Jogini Falls are places with the best of natural beauty, while the Great Himalayan National Park takes you through the best of alpine wildlife in Manali.

Besides many attractions, there are a number of fun things to do in Manali in June as well. A favorite getaway for adventure-seekers, the place has a glut of activities. Be it paragliding amid the mountains, trekking through the villages and scenic trails, camping under the starry sky, shopping for local goods and learning about the place's culture and heritage, your summer travels to Manali would prove to be heavenly.

Here is a list of tourist places to visit in Manali in June:

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Entry is open from all domestic states. All tourists are required to present a negative RT-PCR test report.

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No RT-PCR report needed to visit Manali Updated: 19 Jun 2021

The local government has removed the submission of an RT-PCR report to enter any district of Himachal Pradesh.

10 days long CORONA curfew imposed in Manali Updated: 06 May 2021

Manali will under go a 10 days long curfew from 6th of May to 15th of May due to rising covid cases.

Night Curfew resumed in Shimla, Mandi, Kullu and Kangra Updated: 06 May 2021

With a considerable rise in the Covid situation in the state, the Himachal Cabinet has imposed night curfew in the four districts of Shimla, Mandi, Kullu and Kangra.

Entry from other states open in Himachal Pradesh; negative RT-PCR test is a must Updated: 06 May 2021

Inter-state travel to Himachal require a Covid-19 negative certificate. However, if the report is negative, there is no need for home/ institutional quarantine.

Volvo bus services resume Updated: 11 Feb 2021

After remaining closed for months, the Volvo bus service has started in Himachal. Tourists can now travel to Himachal from Chandigarh and Delhi by Volvo buses.

Places to Visit in Manali in June

Located 13 kilometers from Manali, Solang Valley is nestled away between the Beas Kund and Solang Village. The valley is famous among tourists for its stunning views of snow-capped mountains and magnificent glaciers that attract ski fanatics from all over the world.

The beauty of Solang Valley is unparalleled and many people visit the valley every year just to enjoy its pristine, snow-white magnificence. Especially in winter, when the entire place is covered by fluffy, milky white snow, the whole place appears as if it is straight out of a movie. groves of emerald green trees dotting the pure white landscape, clear blue skies, and magnificent mountains as far as the eye can see – Solang is truly at its most splendorous in winters.

Besides admiring its unmissable picturesque landscapes, people also visit Solang Valley to enjoy various winter sports. Adventure enthusiasts love skiing in the pure, driven snow here, and when the winters ease off a little, you can also try zorbing and paragliding.

The views of the place from the open sky as you paraglide through the valley are truly indescribable and need to be witnessed to be believed. If you really want to get a full dose of the pristine beauty of this valley, try camping here amidst its lush green meadows.

You can also try other adventure sports like quad biking and snowmobiling in Solang Valley. For the true thrill chasers, there is Solang Ropeway – a state of the art cabin to enjoy the sweeping views of the valley. However, if you are traveling with family, there are several places you can check out too.

The Great Himalayan National Park, Kothi, and Rohtang Pass make for very interesting sightseeing places. Whether you go to Solang Valley with friends or family, there is a lot to explore and enjoy here.

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Rohtang Pass is quite famous among Ladakh travelers but the unpredictable avalanche and severe climatic conditions make it scary some times. Nonetheless, it had made adventure seekers’ tour of Ladakh mind-blowing. A high mountain pass at an elevation of 3978 meters above the sea level, Rohtang is just 51 km from Manali. It is a part of the proud Pir Panjal Range of the mighty Himalayas and it is one of the Kullu famous places.

It acts as the connecting link between Kullu Valley and Lahaul and Spiti Valley. Being an ancient trade route, it was well maintained by the natives. The generic name of the pass suggests that either the pass was the oldest and the most used pass. With the increase of visitors every year, the fragile mountain ecology will be in threat, environmentalists worry.

But the exciting beauty of the mountain terrains seen from the top of the pass is indescribable and flamboyant. The Indian Government started building a tunnel which is 8.5 km long to bypass Rohtang pass in order to reduce the travel time and distance to Keylong, Lahaul and Spiti and Leh.

The tunnel promises to reduce the distance by 50 km and the time by five hours between the south and north faces of Rohtang pass. Currently, the time taken to ascend and descend the pass itself is 5-6 hours.

 Rohtang Pass is located at an altitude of 3978 meters above the sea level in the Pir Panjal Range of the Himalayas.

 The pass is located about 51 kms away from Manali and you can reach the pass if you take Leh- Manali Highway.

Best time to visit: 
The pass will be open from the months of May to October as the snow starts melting and the paths will be cleared.

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This four storey wooden temple is located in the middle of the Van Vihar forest in Kulu Manali. Being one of the oldest temples in this region, it is a prime tourist attraction and an important part of the Manali tour packages. Built in 1553, it is dedicated to Goddess Hadimba, the wife of Bheema, the Pandava brother.

There is also a sacred rock in the temple premises that is believed to possess mystical powers of healing. The Hadimba Temple’s unique architectural style that combines elements of Buddhist temple architecture is palpable.

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Located only two kilometres from Manali, this wildlife sanctuary is a naturalistic paradise that spreads over 3,000 hectares. The terrain here is characterized by lush green forests and snow capped mountains. On a trip to this sanctuary, you are always inundated with the sights and sounds of colourful birds and exotic flora and fauna.

While deodar, fir, chestnut, walnut and robinia are the most commonly found vegetation in this sanctuary, you can also easily spot snow leopards, brown bears, musk deer and ibex herds in the picturesque vicinity of the sanctuary.

Addition to this, Manali Wildlife Sanctuary is a paradise for the birdwatchers and the shutterbugs. Amongst the many rare and exotic species, a plenitude of tree creepers, kokla and kingfisher are the most commonly found species.

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Vashist is located near the Beas River and a short distance from the Rohtang Pass. Although a quaint village, this place is full of tourists. The highlight attractions here are the hot water springs and two temples. One temple is dedicated to Vashist Muni. There is also a Lord Ram temple here.

Of things to do in Manali, you can have a dip in the hot water springs. Devotees believe that this water possesses healing powers. These natural hot sulphur springs are divided into two tanks. One tank is for men and the other for ladies. Interestingly, shower fitted baths have also been erected close by.

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If you are looking to embark on a trek to one of the most remote and untouched places to visit in Manali, then Jogni also called as Jugni Waterfalls is the best place to be. Located at an easy distance of about 3km from the main market of Manali, it can be reached directly by a vehicle. As soon as you park at the base of the falls, you will see the beautiful natural scenery that encircles the entire falls area. 

The trek route passes through narrow paths and is breathtakingly beautiful as it traverses orchards, pine forests and several small streams. Al through the way, you can see the peaks at Rohtang Pass and the gush of the Beas River flowing by. The trek to the top of the waterfall lasts for about 20 minutes and will expose you to some of the most serene beauties of nature. Try to make it in the afternoon when the sunlight catches droplets of the waterfall.

Timing:  Always

Entry Fee: None

Photography Allowed:Yes

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The Beas river which is also known as Vipasha in Sanskrit, is one of the most important and holy rivers that flows through the states of Himachal Pradesh and Punjab. Carrying with it years of history, legends and folklore, it is one of the longest rivers in the northern provinces of India flowing for a total of 470km in its entire course and length.  

At Manali, the river passes through dense, evergreen forests of pine, deodar and birch as well snowy mountains of the lower Himalayas. It is a water body that flows all year round and provides drinking and usable water to residents of Kullu and Manali. It attracts tourists, adventurists and pilgrims from all over the world to its awe inspiring flows and provides a stunning backdrop for all your Himalayan adventures including the thrill of Rafting




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The region of Kullu Manali has a large Tibetan population and their monasteries are the testimony to their spiritual beliefs and traditions. These monasteries also houses ancient artefacts, scriptures and murals related to the history and development of Tibetan people in Manali.

Some of the well-known monasteries in this picturesque hill station includes Gadhan Thekchoking Gompa and Himalayan Nyingamapa Gompa, and a visit to them is amongst the best things to do in Manali. The former is run by the locals based on donations and it also has a Tibetan handicraft centre, from where the visitors can get souvenirs and other traditional gifts. The latter has a modern architecture and is situated amongst a sprawling sunflower garden.

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Nestled on the foothills of Rohtang Pass, the little village of Kothi is a scenic camping destination attracting tourists from across the world. The scenic village, boasting of breathtaking views of the river Beas with its glaciers, is often sought after by trekkers going to the Rohtang Pass.

With the natural beauty of the landscape surrounding the village, Kothi is one of the most picturesque places to visit near Manali.

Best time to visit: The best time to visit Kothi is during the spring and summer months between March to June. During this time, the flora and fauna of the place undergoes a beautiful transformation, and the weather remains warm and pleasant.

Distance from Manali: Kothi village is located around 14 kilometers away from Manali. It takes about 32 minutes to travel between the two places via the Leh-Manali Highway.

Highlights: Kothi is famous for its picnic spots by the river Beas.

If you are an admirer of nature then a visit to the Great Himalayan National Park will be an enthralling experience to cherish. The National park is bestowed with a variety of wildlife species.  It is an abode for approximately 375 types of fauna that include snow leopard, blue sheep, Himalayan brown bear, Himalayan tahr, musk deer, goral and several others. 

Another exhilarating option here is to go for a trek. So stuff your backpack and do not forget your camera; tie your shoelaces and just break free from your stressful routine. There are a number of fairs held here during the months of April, May, August and September. If you are an Indian National, then you will have to pay around Rs. 50 as a entry fee. For Foreign Nationals the entry fee is Rs. 200.

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Things to Do in Manali in June



Among the numerous things to do in Manali is river rafting, an adventure sport that takes you down the cascading flow of water and scenic views on both sides. Manali is a hot spot destination for tourists who come to explore the nature’s best side along with thrilling adventure activities.

The river Beas is a remarkable sight when it flows gracefully along the stone cut pathways and just like Rishikesh, you can experience a thrilling sports adventure while you are here while rafting among the wild and racing waters. River rafting camps can be found along the way, where you can rest and meet with other people.

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Activity Location: Dobhi Fly point, Manali

Timings: 15 Minutes (09:00 AM to 04:00 PM)

Pickup Location: Dobhi paragliding counter on Kullu Manali Highway

Age Limit: Above 14 Years

Experience the thrill of paragliding in the Himalayan skies as you oversee the mesmerizing birdseye view of Manali. Gliding in the midst of snow-capped peaks with the open blue sky above you and the mystical views of the valleys around is an experience that will be one of its own kind.

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Manali, a popular tourist destination opens the doors to enjoy and explore unbelievable and memorable experiences in the lap of nature. 

A house of adventure activities, some of the best things to do here are camping, rafting and paragliding. And that is exactly what this tour brings for you. In this riverside camping in Manali tour, you will explore Manali's serenity with camping, rafting, and some other adventurous activities. As a part of daily hygiene protocol, proper care of hygiene and sanitation is maintained all through the property to ensure the utmost care and personal safety of the guests.

Start by rafting on the white water rapids of the river in Kullu for 7 km. This is one of a kind experience while you camp riverside in Manali. You can then retreat and spend time at the camp, soaking in the pine trees and gushing water bodies, or go paragliding to check out the breathtaking region from a bird's point of view.

While here, you can also go for treks, Burma bridge, zip line, etc.

The package is available in four variants:
- Camping with River Rafting
- Camping with Paragliding
- Camping with River Rafting and Paragliding
- Only Camping

How to Reach?
The riverside camp in Manali is located at Leh-Manali Highway and you can reach there by intercity coach transfers. The camp is situated 200 m from the river.

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Location - Old Manali

Start Point/End Point: Old Manali

Start Time/End Time: The trek start at 10:00 AM on day 1 and ends around 2:00 PM on day 4.

About Bhrigu Lake:

Bhrigu Lake is the high altitude glacial lake at the height of 14,100 ft. It is said that thousand year ago, Maharishi Bhrigu used to meditate near this pristine lake & hence it is named after him. The beauty of the lake is different in every season, In winters it is frozen, In the early summer you will find small glacial pieces floating in the lake and in summer & spring the lake becomes blue and keep on changing its color every hour of the day. 

About the Bhrigu Lake Trek:

The Bhrigu Lake trek is classified as a trek of moderate difficulty. You start from an altitude of 8,530 ft at Gulaba and you reach the highest point of the trek at 14,009 ft. On this trek you will get the unparalleled breathtaking views of Seven Sister Peaks, Deo Tibba, Indrasan, Hanuman Tibba, the outstretched Pir Panjal ranges, the rich line of oak and cedar forests, fascinating green lush meadows, enthralling carpeted alpine flooring and the gushing streams along the meandering trail, the scenic vistas of the region is absolutely captivating which also makes the trekking experience overwhelming.

Quick Facts About Bhrigu Lake Trek:

Trekking Distance: 26 km

Maximum Altitude:14,000 ft

Bhrigu Lake Trek Difficulty Level: Easy To Moderate 

Electricity: Electricity will be available in Manali campsite, However, there will be no electricity at the campsite on the trek.

ATM: Manali is the last point where you will get ATM.

Trekking Gradient: Steep ascent throughout the trail

Landmarks : Gulabha, Rola Kholi, Panduropa,Vashisht

How to reach?

You have to report at  Base camp, Old Manali which is the starting point of the trek. Many local transports and private cabs are available from Mall Road to reach Old Manali.

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Enjoy Ropeway Ride at Solang Valley

Solang Valley is an adventure town for the uninitiated! From Bungee jumping to paragliding and horse riding, there are so many sports and Things to do in Manali at Solang Valley that you will not find the mood to ride away from here.

The ropeway ride is priced at 500 for one person, both ways and takes around 10 minutes of your time. You will have to book your ticket on the spot. The activity gives the perfect aerial views of the surrounding areas, as your comb through the air on a rope, supported with high grade gear.

This activity is quite popular among adults as well as kids, who love to take in the scenic views of the surroundings as they ride the car. 

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"One of the cheapest and best sightseeing around the internet, perfect guide cum driver who knows all the ways and points , well guides with all the tradition over there , on time pickup and will take you for lunch however your budget is, almost covered all the places in Manali, thank you for such a wonderful trip."
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"The Hampta Pass Trek is a Total bliss. You get high with the mountains..the scenic views; the hot Maggie's and definitely with Snow. But also it's a moderate level; as I was a bit towards the heavier body persons,there were very little difficulties..otherwise it's the best one could ever do; to embrace Life."
24 December 2019
Thanks to Thrillophilia for providing such an amazing and thrilling package in Manali. It was really an awesome experience. The camps and amenities were fantastic. My friends and I enjoyed trekking with our guide Chetan bhaiya. He is very caring and nice guy. Our evening was well spent around a mesmerising bonfire and DJ music. It was like a treat for everyone. Food served was good. The splendour view of mountains covered with snow and enchanting waterfall rejuvenates yourselves like anything. Infact, river rafting was a chilling experience in the cold!! I would recommend others to try such wonderful camping and spend their time in the lap of nature away from busy and chaotic routine life. It is really worth enjoying!
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 checkpoints for the overall trek. Our trek started on 14th Oct and due to snowfall our group could not complete the trek and we had to come back from somewhere near Blau ka Jheel. So my advice would be to plan this trek before September end otherwise it gets too cold and you can't even compete the trek. But apart from this, the Hampta Pass Trek is thoroughly enjoyable with scenes that feel straight out of some fairytale or wallpapers. As for beginners, this trek is easy-to-moderate with only very few tough patches. Happy Trekking!
30 November 2015
Fantabulous time spent in the lap of the mountains, our entire cycling group had gone together and we enjoyed immensely. The cycling trip was really difficult at some time but the feel of it was really good. so positivity and cycling through high passes and snow clad peaks was really good. even the camping was good. after a long day of cycling they served us really good food everyday . The group leaders were also very helpful and were able to handle the fairly large group with utmost ease.
09 March 2021
Dreams Come True Paragliding - Time to Fly High and Capture all natural views through your eye. Remember it for your entire life. River Rafting - Enjoying the Beas River water flow with cool and chillness loaded fun activety. I booked both activity through thirllophilia. they took me at reaching point. Adventure begins. enjoyed very well. i suggest every to book activity through thirllophilia. Trust and safty. every thing went veryyy well as they mentioned. Thanks Thrillophilia By saravanan From chennai
01 March 2021
it's really thrilling and amazing experience. hospitality was awesome. People there are very caring in nature love to see their clients to be happy. food was good. It's a Happy Stay. love to visit once again.
The owner of the camp was most humble he helped me and made sure I didn’t face any issues he went out of the way to manage things it was the best experience I ever had
28 January 2021
Thanks to Thrillophilia for providing such an amazing and thrilling package in Manali. It was really an awesome experience. The camps and amenities were fantastic. My friends and I enjoyed. Dishu the man at the Camp and Manoj the manager both were very caring and nice guys. Our evening was well spent around a mesmerising bonfire and DJ music. It was like a treat for everyone. Food served was good. First time experienced the adventures of Paragliding and it will one of the best memories. Infact, river rafting was a chilling experience in the Ice - cold water !! I already recommend 2 of my friend groups to try such wonderful camping and trustworthy and caring nature of the staff. It is really worth staying , enjoying and a lifetime experience.!
20 January 2021
Amazing expirence ...mr.tashi is a good human with alot of knowledge and expirence ...he fulfill every desire of their client nd make environment worthy for you ... And help u stay in that great tough adventure ... Do it for sure once atleast ... Full star to igloo team. Thanx

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  1. Which are the places to visit near Manali in June?

    There are several beautiful places near Manali that are worth visiting in June. Here are some of the top attractions that you can checkout.

    1. Solang Valley: Located at 2560 m above sea level this scenic valley is one of the places to visit near Manali in June. The lush green coniferous trees and majestic snow-capped mountains surround this valley. You can also enjoy adrenaline-filled activities like paragliding, zorbing, parachuting, horse riding and more.

    2. Jagatsukh: It is a quaint Himalayan village that offers splendid scenic vistas, spectacular views of the mountains and has a hot-water spring - Kalath among other attractions worth seeing. Moreover, this village also acts as a trekking destination as well as the base-camp for Deo Tibba trek and is one of the best places to visit near Manali in June.

    3. Hadimba Temple: This ancient temple was built in 1553 and is a dedication to the Hindu Goddess Hadimba devi. One of the best temples and places to visit near Manali in June, the architecture and design of the temple is quite unique and admirable.

    4. Deo Tibba: Known for its trek trails, this mountain peak is a popular place to visit near Manali in June. The natural beauty, rich flora and fauna, the sights of water-streams and the Chota Chandratal lake accompany the trekkers along the way. The trek is of moderate difficulty and is perfect for seasoned trekkers.

    5. Rohtang Pass: Among the most famous places to visit near Manali in June, this Pass is visited by flocks of Indian and international tourists. Situated at an elevation of 4000m amid the Pir Panjal mountain range, the confluence of Beas and Chenab River takes place around the Pass as well. Besides, the place is also known for adventure activities like trekking, paragliding and others.
  2. What to wear in Manali in June?

    Manali in June has warm days with ample sunshine and the nights can get a bit chilly. Therefore, you should pack a sweatshirt, jacket or some warmer during the trip. Besides this, the weather remains comfortable throughout which means that one can wear almost all types of clothes including t-shirts, jeans, shirts, skirts and more.
  3. Is there snow in Manali in June?

    No. The winter season from October to February is when one can expect snowfall in Manali. During June, Manali experiences summer so all the snow melts around this time and instead the hill-station has vibrant landscapes and pleasant weather.
  4. Can we go to Rohtang Pass Manali in June?

    Rohtang Pass is only open for visitors for a few months every year - from May till early November. In fact June is among the peak months for tourism here. Besides, all remaining months, in winters the Pass gets blocked due to heavy snowfall.
  5. Can we go to Solang Valley Manali in June?

    Yes. Solang Valley remains open to tourists almost all year, except when there is heavy snowfall during winters. Moreover, for paragliding and adventure enthusiasts June is the best time to visit here as the weather remains pleasant.
  6. Which are the best trekking places in Manali in June?

    There are many Things to do in Manali in June and trekking is one of them. Here is a list of the most popular trekking places in Manali.

    1. Jogini Waterfalls Trek: This is one of the shorter treks in Manali that can be completed within an hour. The starting point for this ascent is the Vashisht temple and the end point is at the Jogini falls at an elevation of 6,700 feet. A 3 km long trail, it is of 'easy' difficulty level and one of the most fun things to do in Manali in June.

    2. Bhrigu Lake Trek: A glacial lake, Bhrigu is situated near Manali. The trek to the lake starts at Gulaba and traverses through splendid vistas of lush mountain slopes. This is a 4 day activity which ends at Roda Khuli, at an elevation of 14000 feet. Moreover, the trail is of moderate difficulty and may need some prior experience.

    3. Deo Tibba Trek: This trek begins and ends in Khanol, which is a few kilometers from Manali. One of the best Himalayan treks and things to do in Manali in June. You go on a 6 day expedition at an elevation of 14700 feet, through forested lands and lush meadows. The Deo Tibba trail is beautiful and steep at the same time, marked with a moderate difficulty level.

    4. Beas Kund Trek: A 2 day trek takes you through the beautiful alpine locations. Starting at Solang Valley, the journey takes you through many scenic landscapes and the beast river before reaching the Beas Kund, at an elevation of about 12100 feet. This trek has easy to moderate difficulty.

    5. Hampta Pass Trek: One of the most thrilling things to do in Manali in June is to trek to Hampta Pass. Situated at an elevation of 10000 feet, the Hampta Pass lies in the Pir Panjal range and offers astonishing views of the outdoors. This trek starts in Manali and goes all the way to Chatru, while going through the pass. At an elevation of 14100 feet, the trek takes 2 days and is of moderate difficulty.

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