5 Must Visit Tourist Places in Manali

Surrounded by lofty mountains with snowy peaks, sparkling stream wandering through the deep gorges into lush valleys and flowery meadows – Manali is a picturesque town in Himachal Pradesh. A favored destination for backpackers, travelers, and adventurers, this high-altitude town is a good place for all types of holidays.

Visited by travelers from around the globe and all through the year, Manali is one among the best places in India to experience snow. The valley gets covered under the snow in around December till January and attracts many tourists. But Monsoons attracts some sudden landslides which can prove extremely fateful. only some daredevils could consider traveling to Manali during this season. There are many 3 star hotels in Manali where you can spend your time during the vacation period.

Manali is a common tourist place and which is why most visitors may only cover the most important tourist attractions. But don’t worry, Hotels in Manali ready to accommodate you comfortably and they won’t miss out on other wonderful places that are nearly hidden under the glory of the other popular places. We bring you a list of ten such hidden places that each traveller should visit in Manali.

1. Rohtang Pass

Road towards Rohtang Pass

Road towards Rohtang Pass

 

A Valley, about 51 kilometres from Manali. The unbelievable
landscape of the encircling region includes the rising Beas river on the south of the pass, flowing up from underground and southward. additionally, on the northern side the Chandra river, is a source stream of the Chenab river, flowing westward.
This pass has served as an ancient trade route for travellers in transit between each side of the Pir Panjal range. It also forms a region of the National Highway 21 (NH 21) and is considered a vital alternate military route.
Some of the best hotels in Manali are there at Rohtang Pass.

 

2. Solang Valley

Solang Valley

Solang Valley

 

At the Solang Valley, tourists will enjoy varied activities like horse riding, paragliding, skiing, and zorbing. an annual winter skiing competition is held once a year. On the highest of the hill, a shrine of Lord Shiva is located.
Solang Valley also has a few 3-star hotels in Manali.

 

3. Manikaran Gurudwara, Manali

Gurudwara in Manikaran

Manikaran

 

Located in the Parvathi valley, on the banks of the Parvathi river is the Manikaran. a small town, Manikaran has developed into being a primary traveler attraction with its unbelievable natural hot springs and religious pilgrim centres. There has also been the setting up of an experimental geothermal energy plant in the region.

 

4. Hadimba Temple

Hadimba Temple

Hadimba Temple

 

The Hadimba Temple is an ancient cave temple dedicated to Hadimba Devi, sister of Hadimba, who was a personality in the Mahabharata. Devi Hadimba was the sister of the demon Hadimba who dominated the mountains and was feared by all.
Some best hotels in Manali are there near Hadimba temple.

 

5. Beas River, Manali

Beas River

Beas River

 

Beas passes through the Kullu-Mandi regions, with abundant flower-filled meadows, apple orchards and terraced fields of paddy and maize creating the river route splendid with breathtaking landscapes. The illustrious tourist hill station of Manali, where various tourists throng to enjoy a chance and bask in the lap of Mother Nature, is located on the banks of this river.

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