Manali is the land of all that is precious and beautiful in India. Shimla and he used to retreat in hot summer months, one of India’s former British rulers, was the picturesque piste. Today, young and old people around the world have been attracted to tourism.
1 Rohtang Pass
For the majority of people, Rohtang Pass is synonymous with Manali. It is considered one of Manali’s best places by the majority of tourists. It is one of the only places in India that has heavy skiing and snowboarding sports enough to accommodate a variety of. Naturally, you have to visit resorts in Manali in the winter for snowfall, but the big story is that the snow lasts for the summer. Here the winter is extremely serious, combined in hot clothes and only renowned ski and sled equipment can be rented from tour operators. You can then go to Beas Kun, a holy place for Hindus, on top of the Pass after you’ve ended waving through the snow.
You can’t visit Manali or just go outside to Kullu. Many tour operators actually sell packages from Kullu-Manali, so you can select them if you are interested. Kullu is a smaller, but just as beautiful, and nice hill station as Manali. For information on what to see, see new guides. Some great shops, pubs, city squares, old temples, and shrines, as well as adventures, are waiting for you.
3 Vashist Baths
One of the places in Manali, for those who want to be spiritual, is the famous Vashist Temple. The temple has well-known Vashist baths, which are said to clean you from any sin, like the famous Lourdes Springs in France. But it’s worthwhile to assume this is because the baths include hot sulfur wells with excellent medicinal characteristics. If you or a relative has skin or hair problems it is likely that you can plunge into the spring and see whether a remedy can be achieved. The Manali Tourism Board has split areas for bathing and change between men and women. If you have nothing more, you would like to visit the temple of sandstone.
Another must-visit place in Manali is the small and picturesque town of Manikaran. There can be little here, but pictures of your feedback from social media are tremendous. Every turn is like a painting here, every time a postcard frame. The whole year round it is green and even in winter it does not experience a lot of snowfall between the famous rivers Beas and Parvati. Visit here and join the famous Manikaran Sahib guru with a delicious longing.
5 Solang Valley
There are also numerous places outside Manali such as Solang Valley which are fascinating. In this season, it is the best place to visit when the entire valley thrives with many flora and leaves in a variety of colors. The valley has a natural fragrance, due to the many flowering trees and plants in the area and it can be visited on a road trip to see it in terms of its astonishing beauty. Snowboarding is available in winter and early summer as well as during the day (but be sure to hire a reputed operator only). In the valley, there is a lot of wetlands, a cable car, and even summer ATV trips.
6 Van Vihar
The natural beauty of Manali will make you discover it, but you must visit a park in the middle of Mall Lane, where you want to blend with other visitors and residents. The park has jogging, a hiking path, scenic green areas, and a small freshwater lake with boating possibilities. This is an ideal place if there are young children and they want to play with their nervous energy rather than just touring in the community.
7 Manali Sanctuary
In Manali don’t forget to enjoy the animal kingdom. One of Manali’s best places for fauna lovers, the Manali Sanctuary is a place that houses many rare birds and wildlife. At present, the mona, the bird of State, is the only place in all Himachal Pradesh where all its glory can be seen. In addition to a number of migratory and domestic bird species, there are several other wildlife including a snow leopard, musk duck, and Indian bars. Ready your camera, but be still, so that birds and animals don’t be surprised.
8 Chandrakhani Pass
Let’s get you back on the road – this is after all for you in Manali! Chandrakhani Pass is a wonderful place to visit in Manali between the fiery Parvati River and the valley. This is an ancient trail not for the lenient walkers, even for the experienced walkers. We suggest this route with an expert guide and wear durable boots with a single grip. Only if you prefer not to trek, particularly if there are kids or elderly people with you, can you have your resorts in Manali. Treat yourself to a picnic and choose the place to celebrate and explore your eyes.
The Jogini Waterfall, one of its most popular attractions, is a good place to visit in Manali. It lies about 2 kilometers from Manali and is accessible on foot from the Vashist Temple. Trust us that this is one of the largest waterfalls in the world – the water is snow white, with a heavy froth about 160 feet high. You can take a simple path up to the top of the Jogini Falls, looking out on small streams and narrow alleys. A portion of Rohtang hills can also be seen from here.