Last Updated on September 22, 2020
Manali India is popular not only for adventure-seekers, but also for honeymooners and backpackers. Considered as India’s “adventure playground”, there are endless possibilities for paragliding, rafting, mountaineering, skiing, and more. Seated at the northern end of the Kullu Valley on the Beas river, Manali is home to hundreds of guesthouses and tourists who have come to explore its magical spell.
It doesn’t matter which season you come in for a visit – Manali India will welcome you year round. However, be aware that it does get more crowded during peak months (from mid-April to mid-July, mid-September to mid-October, and over Christmas up until New Year).
Rohtang Pass is not to be missed – in fact, it is Manali’s most famous sights. It’s recommended that you leave the hotel before dawn as the road going up can get congested due to tourists. Sunrise at Rohtang Pass is unforgettable, as the sun rays kiss the sleeping white snow caps to life. Aside from magnificent views, you can also check out temples and hot springs.
The Kalath Hot Water Springs for example, is a great treat with its natural sulfurous water from the bowels of earth. If visiting a temple, don’t forget to take a few pictures with rabbits or yaks (Hidimba Temple has some near it).
Do you want a more adrenaline-filled activity? Paragliding all the way to Solang Valley is a popular alternative for the adventurous. There’s also rock-climbing and trekking for those who want an intense workout.
Want to enjoy Manali in a quieter (and maybe safer) way? Booklovers can check out Bookworm, a bookshop in the main town near the Post Office that has a decent selection of books. If you’re staying longer, a nice, solitary walk to enjoy the early mornings is one of the best ways to take in the magic of Manali India.
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