Solang Valley

Solang Valley Manali

14 km to the north-west of Manali, this valley is the main charm for adventure enthusiasts. A bucket list for adventurers, paragliding to parachuting, horse and yak riding to skiing, this place has much more to offer to all of them. In winters the valley is all crystal white with the snowfall and ideal for skiing. Located on the way to Rohtang pass a massive number of tourists visit Solang valley throughout the year. In summers, zorbing replaces skiing which is an enthralling experience in itself. One can capture the moments in the traditional attires of the place and with the furry white rabbits. There is no way one can miss out this place from their list. One can experience being in paradise at Solang valley. Some best hotels in Manali organise a tour to Solang valley themselves.
Rohtang Pass
Rohtang Pass Manali
When planning to vacation out in Manali, one needs to separate a day to visit Rohtang pass. The name Rohtang derives from Persian/Farsi words meaning pile of dead bodies. Himachal Pradesh state government issues permit online for the sole purpose of preventing pollution in that area. The pass is 3978 m high and a distance of 51 km from Manali. The Rohtang pass is open from May to November. The journey itself to the pass is mesmerising and a gift from nature that one doesn’t have to go to a foreign destination for views like that. Because of its splendid beauty, shooting of several films like Jab we met, Yeh Jawaani h Deewani has also broadcasted the beauty of the place to a much wider audience. Book your stay today to avoid the end time hustle at luxury hotels in Manali. Are you looking resort in Rishikeh visit Panambi Resort.
Manali Nature Park
Manali Sanctuary
A walk in the verdurous woods between the cool breeze and chirping of birds can calm your mind and can take away all your tiredness. Catch a glimpse of the Musk deer, Monal and Brown bear while strolling in the Manali nature park. This park is an oasis of greenery and acknowledges the visitor about the animals and nature. Set on the bank of Beas river, this wildlife reserve is a real nature park and has expansive wilderness. The best time to visit this park is from May to October. So book your stays at Hotel Lily Inn, Manali to avoid the end time hustle...
Tibetan Monasteries
The essence of Tibetan culture
One of the oldest and famous places in Manali, this place is just 250 m away from Manali bus stand. The three important monasteries in Manali are Himalayan Nyingamapa Temple, The Gadhan Thekchoking Gompa and one at the left bank of the Beas river. The architecture of the monasteries represents the Tibetan culture, and the paintings inside the monastery portray events from the life of Lord Buddha. Fascinating handicrafts of Tibetan artistry are a perfect memoir of Manali. Get your rooms in the luxury hotels in Manali while you enjoy the attractions of the hill station.
Jana Waterfall
lovely Jana waterfall in Manali
Tucked away from the bustling rush of the town Kullu, Jana waterfall is best to get relaxation of mind. Surrounded by pine trees and apple orchards, this place won't let you realise how soon the time passes by. The waterfall got its name from a small village named Jana situated near to the waterfall. One can have a refreshing bath at the fall and refreshments afterwards at small shops of snacks and Maggi point. Don’t forget to have a water park fun in the waterfall while you head out of the best hotels in Manali. For a better view of the waterfall, one can reach the top of the mountain.
Beas Kund Trek
3 kms From in Manali, Himachal Pradesh
The place has a particular spot for adventure lovers. This trek covers the spectacular meadows of Dhundi and Bakarthach and the frozen lake at Beas kund which would woo one’s mind. The trek starts a little ahead of Manali and ancient deodar trees all through the trek. Beas Kund is such a stunner for a trek and the time you get to reach the top is optimum for a traveler. According to Hindu mythology, Rishi Vyas, the one who wrote the Mahabharata took his daily baths in this Kund. Spare your time for this trek on your journey while you get comforted at Best Hotel in Gangtok Sikkim.
Hidimba Devi Temple
Temple dedicated to Hidimbi Devi, wife of Bhima
Hidimba Devi Temple, also known variously as the Hadimba Temple, is located in Manāli, a hill station in the State of Himachal Pradesh in north India. It is an ancient cave temple dedicated to Hidimbi Devi, wife of Bhima, a figure in the Indian epic Mahabharata. The temple is surrounded by a cedar forest at the foot of the Himalayas. The sanctuary is built over a huge rock jutting out of the ground which was worshipped as an image of the deity. The structure was built in 1553. People in Manali worship Hidimba devi as a deity. During Navaratri all Hindus across the nation worship goddess Durga, but people in Manali worship Hidimba devi.
Manu Temple
Temple dedicated to Manu Devi
The temple s positioned at a distance of 3 km from the market area; this temple is believed to be the only temple of Manu who is said to be the creator of the world and the human race. The temple was reconstructed in 1992 when vaulted ceilings and marble floors were added to the temple. On the sixth day of Phagun, a fair called Phagi dedicated to Manu Maharaj is held in Manali. According to Hindu mythology, this temple is the place where the sage meditated.
A fascinating architecture of the temple is also exquisite. The temple is located in old Manali and usually not crowded much. Do visit the temple while you get comforted at the best hotels in Manali.