Located in the lap of nature, Manali (Himachal Pradesh) is one of the most beautiful hill stations of North India. Counted among one of the most popular holiday retreats, Chandigarh Shimla Manali Packages, Manali is famous for not only the spectacular and picturesque locations but also countless places of interest and tourist spots which are spread all over the place. Book Manali Sightseeing Packages for the interesting places of interest includes Nehru Kund, Solang Valley, Kothi, Gulaba Camp, Rahala Fall, Marhi, Rani Nala, Rohtang Pass, Vaishno Temple, Kullu Shawls Weaving Industries, Angoora Rabbit Farm, Kasol Valley, Manikaran, Jagatsukh Temple, Naggar Castle, Roerich Art Gallery, Hadimba Temple, Siyal Mahadev Temple, Manu Maharishi Temple, Vashisth Temple, Tibetan Monastery & Van Vihar, etc.
Located on Manali-Keylong Leh highway and at just 6 km. from the stunning hill station, Manali, Nehru Kund is a spring of clear water and one of the most visited tourist destinations in the region. The Nehru Kund spring is named after the Late Prime Minister Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru who used the sparkling water of this spring during his stay in Manali.
Solang Valley is another of the picturesque tourist locations located in Manali, Himachal Pradesh, ideal for picnics where tourists can have the stunning view of nature and panorama of snow at its best. Along with the sunning display of silver oak and spruce in the spectacular meadows, Solang Valley is also famous its internationals skiing slopes. Tourists can also enjoy horse riding and paragliding here at Solang Valley.
At about 15 km. away from Manali, located in the famous Manali-Keylong Leh highway is Kothi. Kothi is one of the most picturesque spots located at a height of 13,400 ft. at the foot of Rohtang Pass. Because of its quiet and serene nature, Kothi is visited by many tourists who want to enjoy the calmness of nature at its best.
Located on the way from Manali to the famous Rohtang Pass is the small village known as Gulaba Camp. Famous for the majestic beauty of the Himalayan Landscapes, the beauty of the place has to be seen to be believed. With snowcapped mountains and rich herbal plants and flowers, Gulaba Camp is a must visit for tourists visiting Manali.
With its stunning view, Rahala Fall is counted among one of the most visited tourist destinations located at about 27 km. from Manali, Himachal Pradesh. Situated at the start of the mighty Rohtang Pass, the beautiful Rahala Fall is located at a staggering altitude of 2,501 mts. (8,500 ft.). At Rahala Fall you will get to experience nature at its best.
If you are looking for a place to relax and enjoy the beauty of nature, Marhi is the ideal location for that. On the way to Rohtang Pass, Marhi is the last stop which is also an ideal location for picnic and to enjoy snacks, foods, drinks, etc. in hotels which are famous for their friendly behavior.
No matter at what time of the year you are visiting Manali, Himachal Pradesh, you can enjoy and have fun in the snow at Rani Nala. Located at around 46 km. from Manali, Rani Nala is a glacier point where you can not only enjoy the majestic beauty of the nature but also find snow throughout the year.
On the highway from Keylong to Leh, Rohtang Pass is the highest point on the road which offers ample opportunities to do trekking at an altitude of 4112 mts. Connecting the Kullu Valley with the Spiti and Lahaul Valleys, the Rohtang Pass offers a majestic and spectacular panoramic view of beautiful mountains.
One of the most visited locations by tourists and is also considered as one of the most holy places, the Vaishno Temple is a small cave and shrine with an image of goddess Vaishno Devi. Hugely visited by religious people, there are also other temples that are dedicated to Shiva, Rama and Krishna.
Kullu Shawls Weaving Industries
Located near Manali, Shamshi is one of the reputed industrial areas of district Kullu famous for its Kullu Shawls Weaving Industries. Different types of hand woven shawls and other attractive handicrafts like kullu caps, jackets, mufflers, wall hangings, etc. can be purchased from here. Tourists get authentic and original products from the Kullu Shawls Weaving Industries.
Angoora Rabbit Farm
Located at 8 km. from Kullu, Himachal Pradesh, one can find range of Angoora Rabbit Farms which are famous for breeding Angora Rabbits which are used for making the famous Angora Shawls. Tourists can visit the Angoora Rabbit Farm where they can purchase original and attractive Angora Shawls at very reasonable rates.
Kasol Valley is the place to be if you want to experience the magnificence of nature at its best. The Kasol Valley is one of the top tourist destinations visited by tourists to enjoy the vast openness of the region with clear white sand by the side of the sparkling water of river Parvati.
Manikaran is another of the tourist locations well-known for the hot water springs on the bank of river Parvati. Manikaran is also famous as one of the pilgrimage locations reputed for ancient Hindu Temple and Gurudwara that can be found here. This place is visited by a lot of spiritual tourists as it is associated with lord Shiva and Parvati.
A temple dedicated to Gaytri Devi & Sharvali, the Jagatsukh Temple was created by the Pandvas. Built on the Shikhara style, a rare form of architecture, this interesting and old temple is famous among tourist who also gets to enjoy the tranquil nature of the place the temple is located in.
Located amidst beautiful landscapes and picturesque scenery is the Naggar Castle. Built by Raja Bhosal of Kullu, this medieval castle dates back to 1460 A.D. Currently under HPTDC, the Naggar Castle has been turned into a heritage hotel. The Naggar Castle is famous for its medieval stone and woodwork and superb architecture.
Roerich Art Gallery
Located at 2 km. uphill from Naggar is the Roerich Art Gallery where a huge collection of paintings by Russian artist Nicholas Roerich can be seen. Inspired by the majestic beauty of the spectacular Himalayas, Nicholas Roerich painted a lot of spectacular paintings that can be found in the Roerich Art Gallery.
Located in a small village called Dhoongri in the Manali district, Hadimba Temple is one of the most ancient temples located in the region. Built in around 1550 A.D., the Hadimba Temple is known for its links to the legend of Mahabharata. The Hadimba Temple is also famous for its superior architectural designs such as pagoda shaped roof and various figures and symbols in the front doorway.
Siyal Mahadev Temple
Located in the village of Siyal, the Siyal Mahadev Temple is one of the oldest temples located in the region dedicated to Lord Shiva. Known for its superior architectural designs, the Siyal Mahadev Temple is one of the prime tourist destinations in the region that attracts lots of tourists throughout the world.
Manu Maharishi Temple
Located in the old Manali village and at just 2 km. from the bust stand is the Manu Maharishi Temple. The Manu Maharishi Temple is the only temple of Lord Manu, the great Hindu law giver. Approachable by road, the Manu Maharishi Temple is one of the prime tourist destinations and is visited by number of tourists throughout the year.
Named after Vashishta, guru of Shri Ram, the Vashisth Temple is located in the highway leading to Leh-Ladakh and is dedicated to Vashisth Rishi & Lord Rama. The Vashisth Temple is located in a fair-sized village on the bank of river Beas which is known for its hot sulphur water spring.
Tibetan Monastery & Van Vihar
Tibetan Monastery & Van Vihar are two of the important and interesting tourist destinations located in the region. The Tibetan Monastery is a small and peaceful monastery located in the serene beauty of nature. It is famous for carpet weaving & Tibetan handicrafts. Full of deodar trees, Van Vihar is an ideal location to relax with family and friends.