Manali is situated at 2,050 metres above the sea level.Shadowed by tall peaks in the valley of the Beas river, Manali is a paradise for all tourists. This extremely beautiful location offers un-experienced mountain adventures for all. Indulge into a series of adventure activities like trekking, mountain biking, rock climbing, paragliding, rafting, skiing and canyoning and more, Manali is also a bubbling spot for honeymooners in India.
Places to visit in Manali –
Hadimba Devi Temple:-
One of the most famous destinations in Manali is Hadimba Devi Temple, dedicated to Goddess Hadimba. According to popular legend, she was the wife of Bhima, one of the brave Pandav princes from Mahabharata. Known for its wooden carving of themes, animals and cosmic dancers, Hadimba Devi Temple witnesses a large pool of visitors from different parts of the world.Located only 3 Kms from Manali.
Visit the famous Manu temple located just 3 kms away from the Mall road Of Manali and dedicated to the Indian sage Manu – the creator of the world. Built on the banks of the river, tourists flock in numbers to worship the Rishi Manu here.
Adorned by the beautiful deodar trees, Van Vihar is a municipal garden situated near the Tibetan market on the Mall road in Manali. You can relax and enjoy the cool breeze here with your picnic party. Enjoy taking a walk around the man-made lake in the middle of the woods.
Vashisht Hot Water Springs:-
Located only 6 kms away from Manali, Vashisht Hot water springs give a sprawling view on the bank of river Beas. Famous for hot water springs, coming out of the granitic deposits, A large number of people visit the site to take a dip in the spring.
Located only 2 Kms from Manali,Spend some time in the Club House built near the Mall road of Manali where you can enjoy endless hours indulging yourself in a roller skating rink, an auditorium, billiards rooms, a library, a bar, and a restaurant. Enjoy carting, video games and other indoor games here as well.
You can board a train from Jogindernagar railway station, nearest railhead to Manali that connects the hill station with several important cities of the country.
Kullu has well-developed roadways that connects the region from rest of Himachal Pradesh. Hire a cab/taxi for a hassle-free journey.
You can take up an inward flight from the nearest Bhuntar Airport which is about 50 kms away from Manali.