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MANALI: WAY FOR QUICK AND EASY TRAVEL

Manali, nestled among the hills, is a mountain lover’s heaven, with spellbinding views, lovely streams, fairy-tale-like mists encircling secret homes, and a lingering aroma of pines and freshness. Oh, and you may ride a yak or a bike to Leh, the valley of the gods, across the famed Rohtang pass.

Manali

Manali caters to the demands of all types of travelers. A family searching for quality time together, a couple wanting peace & quiet, lone travelers seeking isolation, or a group of friends looking for excitement. Let’s start with some background information about the area before diving into the itinerary.

Manali’s weather

Temperature range: 4 °C to 26 °C every year.

Summer temperatures range from 10 to 26 degrees Celsius.

Temperatures in the winter range from 15 to 12 degrees Celsius.

                                                   What to pack

What to Bring in the Summer and Spring – Summer Clothes + Essentials, as well as a light jacket or windcheaters for the evenings.

During the winter, heavy woolens and warmers are required.

In addition, bring trekking boots, sunscreen, a poncho, comfortable walking shoes, and a camera to capture the moment.

There are numerous activities in and around Manali. This is your ULTIMATE Manali travel guide to Himachal Pradesh’s hippie town.

Manali winter season

Top Tourist Destinations In Manali

Hidimba Temple

The Devi Hidimba temple is one of Manali’s most revered temples, and it is frequented by devotees seeking her blessings and worshipping her. The Temple of her son Ghatotkacha is close by, and worshippers have kept Devi Hidimba’s foot imprints on a stone block. The Temple, which is nestled among the snow-capped slopes of Manali, attracts both spiritual hearts and nature enthusiasts. The Devi Hidimba temple is one of Manali’s most revered temples, and it is frequented by devotees seeking her blessings and worshipping her.

Hadimba temple

Entry fee: Free entry

Timings: 8 am to 6 pm all days of the week

Visit Duration: 1 to 2 hours

Solang Valley

Solang, which is close to both Kullu and Manali, is a must-see for any true adrenaline junkie. You could either stay in Solang or utilize Kullu/Manali as a base to enjoy the valley’s vitality and snow-capped grandeur. The terrains of Solang will motivate you to get out and face your worries, whether you enjoy adventure or not.

Solang valley

Solang Valley is one of the most amazing places to visit in Kullu Manali.

1 Go paragliding: Take in the scenery of the valley while experiencing the excitement of flying. A short flight will set you back 600 per person, while a high fly would set you back anywhere between 1500 and 3000 per person. We advise you to go all out!  

2. Try Rappelling and Rock Climbing: Climb the wild mountains of Solang for a taste of pure adventure. Approximately 700 per person

3. Go skiing: Take a trip down the slopes of Solang for the ultimate Himalayan thrill. One of the must-do activities in Kullu Manali.

The cost is 300 per person.

Trekking, gondola rides, zorbing (350 per person), snow scooter (500 per person), amateur skiing (300 per person), and skating are some of the other activities available.

Best time to visit: If you want to go paragliding, go in the summer (May to July), but if you want to go ice skating or skiing, go in December.

Make a day trip to the Parvati valley

Begin your journey from Manali early in the morning. Pass through Kullu and Bhuntar on your route to the Parvati Valley.

The scenery here may easily turn a three-hour drive into an eight-hour photo-op adventure. As you progress farther into the Parvati valley, the route steadily ascends. Stone buildings with flat slate roofs begin to appear.

Parvati valley

There are a few tourist hotspots here, such as Kasol and Malana, which lead to several multi-day Himalayan treks, such as the Chanderkhani.

These quick touch-and-go excursions are not something we generally suggest. The Parvati Valley is worth a long trip on its own. But, if you’ve just returned from a long, arduous trek to Ladakh or Spiti, or if you’re just itching to get out of Manali, we say, why not? Take a chance.

You can continue to Manikaran or the road’s terminus at Pulga. Just keep in mind that you’ll have to travel back, and driving in the dark isn’t recommended. Don’t put the safety on the back burner because you’re having so much fun.

Where to stay in Manali?

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