One of the most beautiful and frequently visited tourist spot in India is Manali. Located in the Kullu district at an altitude of 1829 Mtrs near the northern end, Manali attracts and captures the heart of tourists with its exorbitant scenic beauty, weather, adventurous activities etc. The cool pleasant air, blue sky, breath taking landscapes, lofty mountain peaks, all of these are the reasons that it is called “Switzerland of India”.
Manali is like heaven, a place where you get lost in its beauty and the snow-clad Himalayas makes you fall in love again! If you like cold weather then you should visit Manali in the months of October to February. However, to experience snowfall, you need to visit in the months of December or January. But you cannot visit Rohtang during this time as it will be closed due to snowfall. For honeymooners, March to April is the best time as it is off season and there is less crowd and since the sky is clear and blue, its the perfect time for photography. May-June is the period when Rohtang is open for tourists but this is also the peak season so the rates are high and its crowded in Manali. For tourists interested in visiting apple orchards, September is the best time to visit.
To get an aerial view of the snow capped mountain peaks, flying to Manali is the best option. Bhuntar is the nearest airport to Manali, 52 kms away. You can also travel via road to Manali from Delhi or Chandigarh. Buses run frequently on this route. There are many hotels and lodges available for accommodation in different budget ranges as per the preference of tourists which makes it a backpacking centre as well as a popular honeymoon destination. If you are visiting during the season time, do book your hotel online in advance.
Manali attracts honeymooners, nature lovers and holiday makers with its mesmerizing beauty and rejuvenates them. It is a worth visiting place which offers all captivating destinations and helps you create some beautiful memories of unforgettable moments. The calmness soothes ones soul. Apart from being a perfect place for honeymooners, it is also perfect for a family holiday as well as for backpackers who want to go trekking/hiking/camping. To know about the 5 must visit tourist places in Manali, check out our blog post.