Manali with Manikaran Trip 4N/5D
Manali is a hotel and vacationer town settled in the mountains of the Indian province of Himachal Pradesh close to the northern finish of the Kullu Valley.
Main tourist attractions in the Manali & Manikaran trip
Hadimba Temple– 1533 Hadimba Temple, also known as Dhoongri Temple, is an ancient temple situated in Manali.
Vashisht Hot Springs– Vashisht is a small village on the banks of the Beas River, the village is famous for its hot springs and temples.
Manu Temple– Manu temple at Manali is believed to be the only temple in India of Sage Manu (Manu Rishi).
Solang Valley Ropeway ride– 15 Kms from Manali town center is Solang nullah, a hub for a range of adventure activities all around the year (Skiing in Winter and Paragliding / Zorbing, etc. in Summer). Ropeway here is popular for some stunning views of the area.
Skiing in Solang Valley– Solang Valley, 15 Kms from Manali town is home to skiing in winter. Ski lifts have been set up in 2011 for organized skiing.
Rohtang Pass– 40 Kms from Manali is Rohtang Pass, one that takes guests into Lahaul and Spiti valley. Rohtang Pass is open June – Sept. However tourists travel up to the base of the Pass till Kothi (16 Kms) and a bit beyond to enjoy a snow experience that includes a bit of sliding and fun playing with snow. This area is extremely touristy in high season and often sees heavy traffic jams.
Manikaran Sahib– Manikaran Sahib Gurudwara is commemorates the visit of Guru Nanak Dev to this area. It is a major Pilgrim center for Sikh pilgrims arriving from all over North India.
Departure TimePlease arrive by 8:45 AM for a prompt departure at 9:00 AM
Return TimeApproximately 8:30 PM
Dress CodeComfortable athletic clothing