Manali & Kullu

Welcome to the land of dreams, the land of lush greens and enchanting mountains, silent valleys and bubbling creeks, songbirds, towering coniferous trees and the sweet scent of apples. Covered with flowering Chestnuts and Deodar groves, and the powerful Manalsu torrent flowing through it, Manali has been attracting adventure and nature lovers from all over the world.

Manali is the ideal place to leave the rest of the world behind and go for long walks, mountain climbing, trekking, river rafting, heli-skiing, and para-gliding and trout fishing. Situated at the north end of the Kullu Valley in the Western Himalayas, Manali is located at an altitude of 1929 meters. Bordered by the River Beas on the east and by a great mountain wall topped by a spectacular snow ridge, at the northern end, Manali is a gateway across the 13,050 feet high Rohtang Pass to the beautiful valleys of Lahaul and Spiti. It is the land of Gods and Goddesses, fairs and festivals, religious lakes and ancient temples.

Day 1: Check in. Stay at

Awe inspiring snowcapped mountains, burbling meandering River Beas, spirited sparkling sunshine, vivacious fluttering butterflies, lush green meadows – No wonder we call it Gods own land – Manali. Set in this surreal paradise soaking in the natural splendor and reflecting the sublime countryside is the statuesque Manali Resort. Standing magnificent next to the young, gushing River Beas, just before the bustling Manali town, a location so matchless, it transcends Manali Resort into a true Empyrean Riverside Abode. Add to that a bouquet of plush luxury and relaxed home air, undoubtedly the best the valley can offer.

Day 2: Visit to the Rohtang Pass

Rohtang Pass: At an altitude of 4,112 metres on the highway to Keylong, the pass affords a wide-spread panorama of mountain scenery. In place of the pinnacled hills, sheltered valleys and cultivated tracts, the eye meets a range of precipitous cliffs, huge glaciers and piled Moraine, and deep ravines. Almost directly opposite is the well defined Sonepani glacier, slightly to the left are the twin peaks of the Geypang, jagged pyramids of rock, snow streaked and snow crowned.

The famous Beas Kund, the source of the Beas River, at the Rohtang Pass is easily accessible. The great rishi, Vyas performed "Tapa" here during the Mahabharata times.

Day 3: Enjoy a leisure walk

Day 4 :Trip to Manikaran and Kullu.

Manikaran is located in the Parvati Valley between the rivers Beas and Parvati, northeast of Bhuntar in the Kullu District of Himachal Pradesh. It is at an altitude of 1760 m and is located about 45 km from Kullu.

This small town attracts tourists visiting Manali and Kullu to its hot springs and piligrim centres. The Hindus believe that Manu recreated human life in Manikaran after the flood, making it a sacred area

Day 5: Visit Manali

Visit the Rahalla Falls, 16 km from Manali town at the start of the climb to the Rohtang Pass, at an altitude of 2501m.

Hadimaba Devi Temple:

Built in 1550 AD, Hadimba is the most powerful deity of the valley. Also known as the Doongri Temple, this four-tiered pagoda-like wooden temple stands in a clearing amid tall and stately deodar trees and has beautiful carvings on its ornamental door. Dedicated to Hadimba, the wife of Bhim, this temple is the venue for an annual fair held during May.

Club House:Has a beautiful view of deodar forest, with river flowing beside the Club House.

Manu Temple:2 kms. From the Club House in old Manali lies the temple of MANU RISHI. It is believed that this is the only temple of Manu in India, who was the creator of human race on the earth.

Vashist Bath (3 km from Manali at an altitude of 6200 ft.): A village with a beautiful view on the left bank of the Beas is renowned for its Hot Sulphur Water Spring and temple of Vashist and Lord Ram.

Shopping in Manali: Mall Road

The region has a rich tradition of handicrafts and handlooms, which make for pleasant shopping in Manali.

Like all hill regions in India, Manali too has a vast forestland, which produces huge timber. Wood has traditionally remained a favorite item for handicrafts. A variety of utilities and objects d'art would catch your eyes while shopping in Manali.

Another popular item for shopping in Manali is heavily embroidered woolen shawls. Woolen garments are widely available in Manali. You may choose to pick up pullovers, local tweeds and rugs while shopping in Manali.

Tibetan handicrafts find their way in the markets in Manali. Check out curios, antiques and knickknacks for your home interior, gifts or souvenirs. Some firans and inlaid silver jewellery in turquoise and coral may also feature in your shopping cart in Manali.

All the main markets are in the downtown area and at the corner of Mall Road. The best place to go to when your looking for cloth and clothes are Old Manali and at Vashist. Most of the handicrafts items shops are at Old Manali and at Vashist. The main markets are:

Hong Kong Market ,Thai Market,Tibetan Market ,Dragon Shopping Complex ,Lama Underground Shopping Complex ,Shangri-La Shopping Complex.

Eating joints at Manali

Manali market is key place for eatables. Right from chat to Indian (veg/nonveg) to international cuisine like Italian/Chinese are available in the main market which is just opposite the Manali Bus stand. The mall road has a variety of eating options ranging from stalls and Dhabhas to fancy restaurants. Deeper into the lanes of the town, one can find more local eating places, catering to special tastes and habits ranging from Tibetan food, to Vaishnavi Dhabhas. You are sure to find something without hunting around too much.

Day 6 : Relax and enjoy the Beas river view

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