Manali is a very popular tourist spot attracting the visitors from all over the world . Manali also offers many adventure activities, which are possible due to the topography of the region. The Solang Valley in Manali is a hub of adventure activities for most parts of the year. Manali has a little bit of everything for everyone – from family for manali tour package and couples who avail Kullu Manali honeymoon packages for seeking solace in the beautiful fresh mountains and families craving a taste of year round snow in the Rohtang Pass to adventure lovers for trekking, rafting, mountain-climbing and snow sports in winter, and backpackers relaxing in the little villages with an air of hippie culture around the main town.
Manali also serves as a base-point for further picturesque places up in the mountains, a gateway to the Spiti Valley and further to Ladakh, each beautiful in their own right. Manali in fact lies on the noteworthy Delhi-Manali-Leh Highway in Himachal Pradesh. The breathtaking views along the winding mountainous roads, equally well equipped but narrowing with altitude has a supply of everything from fresh beautiful sights to adventure.
Manali lies on one end of the equally breathtaking Kullu Valley, its glorious location makes it an best place in our Manali tour package. Rafting in the lusty waters of the Beas, the river striking along the rocks is a very popular activity within the Manali tour package. The customary visit involves the bustling bazaar selling local artefacts and a string of hotels boasting of mountain views. Manali is also known for its temple and wooden architecture.
PLACES TO SEE IN MANALI
Rohtang Pass is a beautiful place with breathtaking views which only remains open from June to October. The Rohtang Pass forms a gateway to Lahaul-Spiti, Pangi and Leh. Rohtang in May is a haven for adventure enthusiasts, with activities like skiing, mountaineering, biking etc. The Rohtang Pass is also a perfect unwinding point for nature lovers with its mesmerizing views of the Chandra River gushing away along the mountains, the soaring peaks in the backdrop and the glaciers, a mesmerizing sight. The Rahala waterfall located on the way to Rohtang, is a beautiful waterfowl from an altitude of 2500 meters.
Hidimba Devi Temple:
Hidimba temple carved in wood and decorated in wooden motifs, is a four story structure located amidst a deciduous forest. It is dedicated to the Hindu deity, Hidimba, a figure in the Mahabharata.
Jogini Waterfall is located in the beautiful Valley of Manali in the North-Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. It is about 3 kilometres away from the town of Manali and around 2 kilometres away from Vashisht Temple. Tourists have to trek ahead from the temple to reach Jogini Waterfall. The walk up to the waterfall goes through pine trees and orchard. The waterfall comes from a height of 160 feet. Trekkers are sure to get nice experience as they cross several smaller streams till they reach the beautiful waterfall. The Jogini Waterfall must be visited when exploring the Manali tour package from our Bright Line tours.
Solang Valley is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Himachal Pradesh. It is situated on the way to Rohtang from Manali, every year the valley welcomes tourists in huge numbers. Solang is a favorite place for adventure lovers, parachuting to paragliding, horse riding and for driving mini open jeeps.During winters, as the valley is covered with snow, skiing is a popular sport here, with training institutes and trainers located in the valley to supervise skiers and train beginners.
Bhrigu Lake is a high altitude lake located in the district of Kullu, about 40 kilometres away from Manali. The route to the lake passes through entrancing meadows which are also called the Bhrigu Lake Meadows. Not many tourists know about the beautiful Bhrigu Lake Meadows that can be compared with the alpine meadows found at high altitude locations like Switzerland. As one walks through the expansive stretch of grasslands amidst snow-capped peaks of the Himalayas, they are bound to feel like they have entered a different world altogether. This is the best place when someone searches for locations to escape the city life, traffic and pollution.
The legend of Manu Temple:
According to Hindu scriptures, the Sage Manu after surviving the great flood that destroyed the rest of the world, settled in Manali and recreated mankind. There is the sole Manu Temple in India, another wooden masterpiece offering tempting view of the towering mountains all around.
Beyond the hills:
This beautiful hill station with its breathtaking mountain views, blooming valleys, rivers and waterfalls, it is laden with history in the nearby Naggar, and the mesmerizing sights of the Rohtang Pass. The Manali tour package from Bright Line Tours has within it the exploration of all these places.
Naggar is located on the left bank of the Beas River, Naggar is known for its historical heritage in a beautiful mountainous backdrop and breathtaking sights. The Naggar Castle and the Gauri Shankar Temple are the main attractions in this place. The architecturally relevant Naggar Castle built by Raja Bhosal, is worth a visit.
Explore devotional and spiritual vibes:
Manali is the perfect place to meditate, and hence is the abode of sages and wayfarers. The temples here are thronged by devotees as well as tourists alike, of which, the Raghunath temple and the Jagannathi Devith Temple are the important ones. The Manali tour package from Bright line tours offers a visit to all of these places.
HOW TO REACH MANALI
Manali being a great tourist destination is well connected by both land and air. A large number of tourists from worldwide visit Manali every year. With flourishing tourism in Manali, connectivity to the hill station is well addressed. Hence the Manali tour package are most sought after. Furthermore, Manali often forms a base point for visitors traveling to nearby tourist destinations like Manikaran, Dharamshala, Dalhousie, Shimla.
By Air: The nearest airport to Manali is at Bhuntar, the Kullu-Manali Airport, which is located 50 kilometers away. Further, the domestic airport at Chandigarh can also be flown to, and then one can travel to Manali by road.
By Road: Manali is well-connected to the cities of Delhi, Chandigarh and Shimla by road. There are frequent buses and even daily luxury buses to Manali from all these areas. Also the naturally appealing Manali-Leh highway is a quite sought-after driving route that further connects Manali to Ladakh. The National Highway 21 is the most reliable route.
By Rail: For traveling to Manali, the nearest railway station is Joginder Nagar, and a further 3-4 hours ride via Mandi to reach Manali from there. The Kalka Railway Station located in the foothills, connects Manali to New Delhi and the rest of India.