MANALI TOUR

Manali is situated near the end of valley; it is one of the most attractive tourist spot of Himachal Pradesh, for its breathtaking Himalayan beauty .Lying at an elevation of 6260 feet, Manali is the top spot in the kullu Manali valley and is blessed with many attractions.

Manali is popular as the queen of valleys; Manali is named after the law giver of ancient India, Manu. Manali literally means the abode of Manu and hence this place has huge importance from the perspective of the ethnic culture and tradition of India. The temple dedicated to Manu is can be seen in the Manali village. 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

Manali tourism face high tourist rush in two main seasons. The summer Holiday season when many people and families travel to this place on Manali holiday packages and the second big rush to Kullu Manali tourism comes from the wedding season with thousands of newly honeymoon couples heading to the region.

 

Places to visit: Lord Rama Temple, Club House, Tibetan Monasteries, Hadimba Temple (1.5 km from mall road), Mahrishi Manu Temple ( 1 km from mall road), Maharishi Vashisht Temple (3.5 km), Jagatsukh (approx 6.5 km), Solang Valley (Adventure Games) (16.5 km from mall road), Rohtang Pass (52 km from mall road), Jana Falls & Naggar Castle (17 km from mall road), Mannikaran (Gurudwara and Hot water spring) (80 km from mall road)

 

Manali is a hilly area to spend vacations for love birds and famous for honeymoon couples. The place near to manali is kasol, rohtang, kullu , are the special attractions for visitors. We spend great time into manali. Thanks a lot to Traditional Bharat Team ``

Jeeny

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