From frenzied megacities to some of the loneliest land on earth, Manali has no dearth of natural beauty. Situated at high altitude with Buddhist monasteries, Manali is encircled by glaciers on all sides and broad valley with lots of apple orchards. Manali has some world’s most charming view of nature that is truly very attractive and appealing. The wonderful weather invites millions of travelers every year. The natural beauty of Manali gets amazingly overstated by the company of the Beas River which swiftly roams through it. The appealing travel attractions to see on your Manali Tour are Manu Temple, Hadimba Devi Temple, Roerich Art Gallery, Gadhan Thekchhokling Gompa, Malana, Uruswati Himalayan Folk Art Museum, Vashisth Baths, Naggar and etc. All these places of Manali are hugely admired by the travel enthusiastic. Heat up with "Momos" and butter tea in Manali and roam all the way to the Himalayan snows while seeing lots of options of adventurous activities. Above these characteristics, tourism is the major magnetisms of Manali. Tour to Manali always gives strong pleasure to mesmerize your future.
Hadimba Devi Temple
Built in 1553 A.D. With a four tiered pagods shaped roof and front doorway, superbly crafted and caved with figures & symbols. The temple is dedicated to Hadimba Devi, wife of Bhima the pandva and is situated amidst the lush green and thick whispering forest of Dhungri, just 1.5 km. from the town.
Vashist Temple & Water Springs Overview
Dedicated to the local deity and sage by the same name, Saint Vashist, the Vashist Temple on the banks of River Ravi is worth a stop. The temple showcases lovely wood carvings. The real attraction here is the therapeutic hot springs that are piped and cemented to make for a public bath.
Gauri Shankar Temple Overview
Located in the village of Dashal, this temple is centuries-old. After exploring the temple, enjoy strolling by the lush apple orchard, or get down to the river stream for a chilly dip.
Rohtang Pass/Snow Point Overview
Rohtang Pass is a very beautiful and popular spot in Manali with more than 25 lakh visitors every year. In winter, the mountains at the Rohtang Pass are completely covered in snow and it is impossible to get there. Hence, the pass remains closed during winters (from October) and generally opens again in May. In May, Rohtang becomes a place for nature enthusiasts and adventure seekers. The snow-covered mountains provide the perfect opportunity to go skiing and snow scooter riding. Take your family to this wonderful place and enjoy some quality time together. Opening Closing Time: Remains closed during winters and on Tuesdays.
Famous for its hot water springs on the bank of the river Parvati. The water is so hot that Dal, Rice etc. can be cooked in it. A well known pilgrimage place on account of ancient Hindu Temple & Gurudwara. According to a legend Manikaran is also associated with lord Shiva.
The club house of Himachal tourism with its comprehensive facilities that includes a roller skating ring, an auditorium, a billiard room, a library, a bar and restaurant, make a wonderful place for outing and recreation. Easily reachable by bus or taxi, one can enjoy various recreational facilities.
Rahala Fall & Jana Fall
About 27 km. from manali, at the start of the climb to the Rohtang Pass, are the beautiful. mother nature excellent creation. About 27 km. from manali, at the start of the climb to the Rohtang Pass, are the beautiful rahala falls.
One of the most fascinating aspects of Manali is the fact that it has several colourful monasteries. These monasteries serve not only as a place of worship but also as guardians of the rich culture and history of the Tibetan people settled in Kullu and Manali. The two most important monasteries that draw a huge number of tourists to Manali from across the globe are the Gadhan Thekchoking Gompa and the Himalayan Nyingamapa Gompa. You can shop for beautiful handicrafts that are made by Tibetan people at these monasteries.
Old Manali Overview
One of the most fascinating aspects of Manali is the fact that it has several colourful monasteries. These monasteries serve not only as a place of worship but also as guardians of the rich culture and history of the Tibetan people settled in Kullu and Manali.