Nestled in the mountains of the Kullu Valley, Manali is one of the top adventure travel destinations of India. Located in the Himalayas, Manali is easily accessible via roads. While you look for Manali Tour Packages, here’s a list of top places to visit in and around Manali.

  1. Solang Valley:

Located just 30 minutes away from Manali, Solang valley is popular for winter sports during winters and Adventure sports during Summers. It also houses a famous Shiva temple above the village.

  1. Rohtang Pass:

This pass connects Kullu valley with Lahaul and Spiti and is famous for the view and the presence of snow at all times of the year. To restrict the number of vehicles, Manali Tourism has made it compulsory to obtain a permit to visit the Rohtang Top.

  1. Old Manali:

Away from the hustle and bustle of the town, Old Manali is a quiet and peaceful place famous for its restaurants and cafes. The famous Manu temple, dedicated to Manu- the first human ever born, sits just at the top.

  1. Hadimba Temple:

 Dedicated to Goddess Hadimba, this famous temple lies just near old Manali. Also known as Dhungri Temple, it has a wooden facade with intricate carvings. Yak rides and fluffy angora rabbits are other added attractions.

  1. River Rafting in Beas:

Zip lining and river rafting in the Beas are very popular in Manali. Various companies provide river rafting facilities of Grade II and Grade III rapids over a stretch of 15 km not far away from Manali.

  1. Vashisht:

Located on the other side of Beas river, Vashisht is 10 min drive away from Manali. It boasts of a number of temples and hot springs, where you can just relax and enjoy the scenic view.

  1. Jogini Falls:

Just a small hike through the picturesque hills behind Vashisht will bring you to the magnificent Jogini Falls. A dip in the chilly water will be everything you need to relax and chill out.

  1. Buddhist Monasteries:

There are many Buddhist temples in Kullu district, but there are two prominent temples near Manali: One in the center of the town, and one on the other side of Beas at Kais. These monasteries have huge statues of Gautam Buddha and attract a lot of crowd.

  1. Manali Nature Park:

Take a stroll through the cedar trees and lose yourself in the peace and tranquility of the mystical surroundings. The humongous trees act as a shield from the hustle and bustle of the town.

  1. Naggar castle:

Located at a distance of 21 km from Manali, Naggar castle is a historical building with wooden interiors and furniture. The castle represents the culture and history of the region.

 Now that we have covered all the places, it’s time to surf through Manali Tour Packages and book your tour now.

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