Places To Visit In Manali

Overview

Manali is famous for its amazing mountains, scenic beauty, history, and culture.Often referred to as the 'Valley of the Gods', Manali is one of the favorite weekend trips from Delhi. Manali is called after the Hindu lawgiver Manu. According to the legend, rosemary Manu stepped off his ark in Manali to reestablish human life after an excellent flood had overwhelmed the world.
Manali is known to be a Honeymoon destination amongst Indian tourists. Paragliding in Manali is a memorable experience.Manali is a land of contrasts. On one hand will be the enduring high peaks which surround this attractiveness.
A few of the famous tourist areas in Manali are Solang Valley, Rohtang Pass, Hidimba Temple, Bhrigu Lake, Vashist Temple, Manu temple and Great Himalayan National Park. Manali also includes many Buddhist monasteries which are really worth visiting. The majority of the adventure sports have been conducted during June to September period. September to March is the best time to visit Manali.
Dussehra and Hidimba Devi Festival (May) will be the two main festivals in Manali which are celebrated with fantastic pomp and passion. People from different areas of the state especially come during the celebration of this festival and also to get involved in the big vibrant fair which is conducted within the temple complex.

About Manali
   Best Trip Duration: 3 Full Days
   Base Station: Manali
 Nearest City to Manali: Shimla (255 Kms), Chandigarh (295 Kms)
 Best Time to Visit Manali: September to May
  Peak Season: April to May
   State: Himachal Pradesh | District: Kullu
    Manali Weather: Summer: Maximum - 25°C and Minimum - 12°C
                         Winter: Maximum - 10°C and Minimum - Minus 5°C
 
 

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