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  • Sightseeing

    We will provide you guide/taxi to enjoy various locations of city

  • Meals

    We shall offer you Breakfast and lunch/dinner as per your preference.

  • Transport

    We will provide you local transport as per your requirement

  • Stay

    We provide stay in Luxury cottages, Homestays, Camping sites

One of the most popular hill stations in India, Manali is a land of mountains, the tranquillized beauty of streams and a freshness that is seldom in any other hill stations in the country. A small part of the Beas River Valley, the hill station is situated at more than 2000m altitude from the sea level, and shelters deep forests, orchards, rivers, mountain ranges and much more. Solang valley in Manali is a unique destination which stands out from the other paragliding spots in the country.Manali is also a part of history as the place has an association with King Manu. In the midst of history and nature’s delight, the hill station is pure oxygen for the tourists who come to explore the Himalayas intensely.

Why Visit Manali ?

Manali is not a regular tourist’s destination but is a different kind of gateway. It offers both adventures for the adventurous souls and some cosy moments for the couples. From amazing scenic beauty to skiing and trekking, the place welcomes all to explore and spent some good moments.The place offers several tourist destinations which are exceptional in its charm and diversified in nature. From Rohtang pass to Solang Valley, every destination is unique in its own way. The weather out there is also quite pleasant throughout the years, and this also catapults people to stay for few days.

How to Reach Manali

Manali connects most of the northern cities of India Delhi, Kullu, and Shimla. If you are going by flight, then the nearest domestic airport is Bhuntarin 50 km away connecting Delhi and Chandigarh. One can also avail the train route, and for that one need to get down at Jogindernagar railway station, and the nearest junctions are Chandigarh and Ambala. The road journey to Manali is the most thrilling one as one get to see nature at a kissing distance. Busses and personal cabs are available from Delhi, Jaipur, Chandigarh, Ambala, and Dehradun.

Choice your Time to Visit Manali

One can experience the joy in the hills throughout the year. The weather condition allows people to visit the place at any time, but it’s better to know the climatic ambience in summer monsoon and winter.

Manali in Monsoon (July-August)

The beauty of rains is no doubt alluring, but heavy rains cause landslides which leads to big chaos. Generally, the monsoon is a time to avoid Manali.

Manali in Winter (September-February)

The winter in Manali sets in from October and the temperature at times goes down to -1 degree Celsius. One can witness snowfall during the month of December and January, and nevertheless, the place looks enchanting in the snow.

Manali in Summer (March-June)

The inception of summer is in March and continues till the middle of June. The weather varies within a range 10 to 25 degree, and is quite pleasant. This is time to go for trekking, and even river rafting.

Places to Visit in and Around Manali

  • Solang Valley
  • Rohtang Pass
  • Hadimba temple
  • Jogni waterfalls
  • Himalayan national park
  • Manu temple
  • Arjun Gufa
  • Pandoh Dam
  • Nehru Kund

Must Do Activities in Manali

  • Trekking
  • River rafting
  • Paragliding
  • Heading towards Rothang Pass
  • Hampta Pass Trek
  • Zorbing

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