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8 Breathtaking Scenic Views You Will Find in Manali

Pradip Kar

2016 December 30

Manali has expressed the world's attention and has become one of the most viewed tourist destinations in India. The River Beas runs right through the town, generating a charming and fascinating landscape. Manali is a favoured beautiful hill station with glamour.

 

 

1. Rohtang Valley

Rohtang Valley is four thousand meters above sea level and famous for trekking projects from April to October every year. Due to massive snowfall, the entry is limited after the month of October. For adventure admirer, there are several adventure jobs like trekking, skiing, etc.

 

 

2. Rahala Waterfalls

Rahala Waterfalls

Rahala Falls is discovered twenty seven kilometres from Manali City. This is a favoured picnic spot and is an ideal place for relaxation, where tourists could really appreciate fresh air with scenic landscapes around.

 

 

3. Hadimba Devi Temple

Hadimba Devi Temple

Hadimba Devi Temple is observed as one of the prime destinations for family vacations. This temple is located in the midst of the forest. Huge numbers of tourists visit the festival in the month of May.

 

 

4. Solang Valley

One of the breathtaking spots in Manali is Solang Valley, which is thirteen kilometres away from Manali. This attractive valley is nearby glaciers and snowy mountains. The place is famous for adventure schemes.

 

 

5. Manu Temple

Manu Temple is three kilometres away from Manali, which is dedicated to the Indian Sage Manu, who is trusted to be the creator of the world. The Temple is discovered on the bank side of river Beas.

 

 

6. Pin Valley National Park

Pin Valley is the only national park in the valley of the Pin River in Himachal Pradesh. Different types of Himalayan birds are observed in this park. Due to the stunning visions of nature, the place is evaluated as one of the fascinating spots in Manali.

 

 

7. Manali Wildlife Sanctuary

One of the most attractive places is a Manali Wildlife Sanctuary that is only two kilometres away from Manali. It is discovered on hills after the town producing a beautiful background.

 

 

8. Vashist Hot Water Spring

Vashist hot water spring is six kilometres away from Manali and it provides a charming vision of the river Beas. It is very popular for hot water springs.

 

Ideal time to visit:

Manali is an attractive destination that provides different beauties in all seasons. Summer steps in from March but the weather is comfortable. The monsoons come to an end in September and winter begins in from October.  But December to January is the period when you can celebrate the snowfall.

 

The Popular Food or Local Dishes:

In Manali, there are lots of restaurants with tasty food on their menus. You can find all types of foods like Tibetan Momos, Samosas, Aloo Tikki, Bread Pakoras, Paav Bhaji, Gulab Jamun and lots more.

 

Where to stay:

Manali is one of the most attractive tourist destinations in the country. There is a wide range of hotels and Budget tourist lodges and luxury resorts available for your accommodation.

 

How to reach:

By Air:  The closest airport is at Bhuntar Airport (also known as Kullu-Manali airport) which is well-linked to New Delhi.

By Rail: The closest railway stations are Kalka and Chandigarh. There are a number of trains to reach Kalka and Chandigarh. After getting down at the railway station, people can catch the taxi to reach Manali.

By Road: Manali is linked by Road with all major towns. For public transportation, luxury buses are accessible to Manali from all major bus terminals.

 

Events / Festivals in Manali:

Dussehra and Hadimba Devi Festival are the two major festivals in Manali.

The Dussehra festival in the month of October/November has a lot of local importance and hence the area becomes colourful during this time.

The Hadimba Devi Festival is one of the spectacular festivals in Manali. The festival is known as Doongri fair in the months of May to observe the birthday of Hadimba.

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