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Manali

Manali, at the northern end of the Kullu Valley in Himachal Pradesh, is a slope station arranged at a stature of 2050m (6398 ft) in the Himalayas. Arranged on the Beas waterway (Vyaas in Hindi) and close to its source, it is a famous vacationer spot for Indians in summer and a mysterious, snow-shrouded place in winter. An arranging point for various treks (Beas Kund, Chandrakhani Pass) and games, for example, white-water rafting, Manali is likewise headed straight toward Ladakh by means of the valley of Lahaul and Spiti and the Rohtang Pass which is the principle fascination close Manali. If Himachal were the ruler of all slope stations, Manali would without a doubt have been its tiara. 

At the far northern end of the Kullu Valley lies this beautiful visitor town called Manali. Delegated on the beautiful piles of Himachal Pradesh, Manali is easily settled at a stature of well above 2000 meters, and is one of the choicest occasion destinations in North India. 

Attractions 

Rohtang Pass, Solang Valley,Beas Kund (Chandratal Lake), Chandrakhani Pass and Pandoh Dam in Kullu.

Best time to visit

September to February: The monsoons draw to an end in September and winter starts setting in from October. The temperature in winter months can go down to -1 °C, so make sure you carry enough woolens to keep yourself warm, especially for the chilly nights. 

December end to January: Time when you can enjoy snowfall and the spectacular scenic white views of the surrounding mountains, making it a favourite with the honeymooners. This is the ideal time for adventure enthusiasts who want to go skiing. 

March to June: Summer steps in from March but the weather is still pleasant. The temperatures during these summer months usually vary between 10°C to 25°C, so you might still need light woolens during the night. This is also the time when the region’s flora is in full bloom lending it the most pristine natural beauty. 

July-August: Monsoons in Manali can be tricky as the region experiences heavy rainfall, which can also sometimes lead to landslides. But considering a lot of tourists don’t prefer to travel during this time, the prices of hotels tend to drop.

How to reach

By air: The nearest airport is at Bhuntar, located approximately 50 kilometres away from Manali. Domestic flights connect Bhuntar with Delhi and Chandigarh.

By road: Roads connect Manali to diffrent places including Delhi (540km), Chandigarh (305km), Dehradun (227km) and Ambala (370km). There are several private buses as well that connect the hill station with different part of the state.

By rail: Jogindernagar railway station is the nearest railhead to Manali that connects the hill station with several important cities of the country. Chandigarh and Ambala are other options to reach Manali by train.

Quick Link 

Manali Holiday Package Booking