Manali The magical hill station of Manali is perfect to rejuvenate your senses amidst beautiful landscapes while trying breathtaking adventure.


Edging the banks of the Beas River, Manali is a beautiful hill station in India’s northern Himachal Pradesh. The hill station is a paradise for honeymooners seeking an escape away for busy city life. It is situated at a height of 6260 feet, which blesses it with the most heart-pleasing weather. The sights of majestic hills and woody forests are common yet fascinating in Manali. Visit here and forget all worldly sorrows while weaving some lifetime memories with your soul mate.

Places to Explore

Rohtang Pass

This spectacular looking pass, on the Manali- Keylong road, underlines the true wonders of nature. The beauty around this region leaves vacationers awestruck with the sights of mountain covered peaks and far stretched emerald landscapes. 

Solang Valley

A much renowned tourist destination in Himachal Pradesh, Solang Valley is just 14km away from the main town of Manali. This place is visited by adventure seekers who wish to participate in numerous fun activities here, including Parachuting, paragliding, horse riding, mini open jeeps, etc.

Hadimba temple

The simplicity of this temple catches the fancy of every human soul. With its surroundings flooding with towering deodar trees, this temple looks marvellous. The temple is dedicated to Hidimba, the wife of Bhima, from the great Indian epic Mahabharata. 

Museum of Himachal Culture and Folk Art

The museum brings out the beautiful art and culture of Himachal with exhibits like religious relics, household objects, weapons, instruments, and scale models.

Beas River

Bestowing a magnificent view of the snow-clad mountains of Lahaul, Beas River is a must visit attraction in Manali. Apart from acting as a popular picnic spot, the river quenches the thirst of the fields of Punjab and Pakistan.


Named after Raja Gulab Singh of Kashmir, Gulaba is a tiny village that gathered popularity owning to its diverse topography. Adventure enthusiasts love this village as Paragliding facilities are available here to explore the region from bird’s eye views.

Stay Options

Being a highly popular hill station in India, Manali is sprinkled with numerous hotels offering a pleasant stay to travellers. All the resorts here have the warmth of Himachali hospitality with state of the art facilities. Stay options like The Anantmaya Resort, The Orchard Greens, Apple Country Resort, Banon Resorts Manali, Broadways Inn Manali, Citrus Manali Resorts, Daffodil Hotel & Cottages and Club Mahindra Manali catch the attention of every traveller due to their pleasurable location and unique setting.


A visit to Manali is a sheer waste until one explores the busy Mall Road. This street market offers everything from restaurants to shops selling souvenirs.  Travellers can pick key chains, keepsakes to pashmina shawls from the Mall Road. Manu Market is another great pick in Manali where shopping enthusiasts can find traditional Tibetan jewellery, clothes, footwear and much more. Travellers often get themselves clicked at the photo booths here in traditional attires.

Best time to visit:
Manali being a year-round destination can be visited any time of the year. March to June is the time when people flock here to escape the hot and humid climate. Also, those who wish to spend some time playing with pearly white snow, the months from September to February are perfect.

How to Reach:
By Air: The nearest airport is at Bhuntar, located approximately 50 kilometres away from Manali

By Road: Manali is well linked to important tourist destinations like Leh, Shimla, Kullu, Dharamshala and New Delhi by state-run as well as private buses.  One can also drive up to Manali to catch breathtaking glimpse of the region.

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