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Weekend Getaway Manali - 2 Nights 3 Days

Leisure Manali A Perfect Holiday Destination


Overview

Manali is one of the most popular hill stations in Himachal Pradesh Blessed with spectacular and beautiful landscapes, it is a travelers paradise -lofty snow peaks, deep gorges, lush green valleys, fast flowing rivers, enchanting mountain lakes, flower bedecked meadows, beautiful temples and monasteries steeped in time..


Access

The airport at Bhunter is 50 km from Manali where taxis and buses are available. The closest narrow gauge rail head is at Joginder Nagar, 165 km away. The closest broad gauge rail heads are Chandigarh (310 km) and Ambala (355 km). By road the distance from Delhi is 570 km and from Shimla the distance is 280 km


Itinerary

Evening departure from Delhi / Chandigarh Overnight journey to Manali

Morning Arrival At manali Hotel Check In freshens up. In the afternoon you are scheduled for a half day city touring you can join our SIC or Private cab Hop Inn Hop Out As much as you want Hadimba Devi Temple | Club House | Manu Temple | Ancient Village Vashist | Van Vihar Tibetain Monastery and The Mall Manali

Return to the hotel for dinner and overnight stay

After Break fast full day excursion to Rohtang Pass and Solang Valley ( Pls note Rohtang pass subject to availability as per NGT ) 

Return to the hotel for dinner and overnight stay

Adventure Trails 

Ski Lift | Paragliding | Atv Ride

After Breakfast check out from hotel Full day tour to Kullu valley visit Ancient Village Nagar Roerich Art Galley kullu shawl factory outlet one can enjoy river rafting evening Departure 



Rohtang Pass (3978 m)

On a meandering uphill road, 51 km away from Manali, Rohtang Pass is an ace tourist attraction that elevates your travel experience. The pass gives summer access to the land of Lahaul and Spiti. Heavy snow closes the pass in late November which after much effort is again opened six months later by May. As the summer picks up and snow starts to melt, tourist vehicles start making a beeline to the Pass to experience snow in the months of June to August

Solang Nallah

An open meadow running along a slope surrounded by a deodar rich forest in the midst of high peaks around, Solang Nullah, 13 km from Manali, is one of the most beautiful tourist spots on the outskirts of the resort township. Solang bustles with tourism activity both in the summer and winters. A variety of adventure sporting activities that include quad-bike rides, zorbing, paragliding and gondola (ropeway) ride, rock climbing, ballooning, camping and mountaineering can be indulged in at Solang

Hidimba Devi Temple

Known as the Dhungri Temple, this temple with the presiding deity of Manali is in close proximity of the town center Mall Road. Built on a strong stone foundation, the temple shikhar rises as high as deodar trees surrounding it in a four-tier pagoda style wood and stone structure. The temple dates back to the 16th century.

Naggar

Overlooking the valley from high up on the left bank side of the Beas River, Naggar, 22 kms from Manali, served as the capital of the principality before it moved to Sultanpur, Kullu in 1660 AD. Many monuments and temples along with a 500 year palace castle scattered around Naggar bear testimony of the importance the place once held. It has become popular tourist attraction on the periphery of Manali. The small settlement has a lot to offer. The most prominent being the Nicholas Roerich Art Gallery, Vasuki Nag Temple, Tripura Sundari Temple and the Gauri Shankar Temple. The well conserved Naggar Castle exhibits magnificent architecture, wood carvings, stone and metal craft of the times

Vashisht Village

Vashisht is a sacred village that can be easily reached by a paved path from Manali market. The village has a temple dedicated to sage Vashisht, who finds mention in the Rig Veda, the oldest religious book of the Hindus. Apart from the temple, a hot water spring bath is what makes this small village worth a visit

Manali Wildlife Sanctuary

A dense forest of deodar, kail, walnut and maple trees that shelters a lot of shy Himalayan wildlife is a great getaway for nature lovers. The sanctuary starts about 2 km from Manali. A bridle path darkened by the dense forest cover takes you past Dhungri temple to Gallant thatch. The alpine grassland and glaciers beyond Galant thatch is a great camping site to observe the wildlife around. The birds and animals and birds that can be sighted include the Monal, Musk deer and Brown bear. Venturing further up to the snowline during summers, one can even sight Blue Sheep, Ibex and the evasive Snow leopard.

Manu Temple, Old Manali

At a walking distance from Manali town, Manu Temple in Old Manali is a fine stone and wood monument roofed with slate tiles. The temple is devoted to Rishi Manu, a sage who codified the Hindu laws in the book Manusmriti. A temple of Manu is rare in the country and Manali derives its very name from Manu Alya, sanctified in the temple.

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