Manali



Manali Tour : Cool Desitnation Not to Miss

Climate Of Manali :
Summer : 20 C (Max) - 14 C (Min)
Winter : 10 C (Max) - -7 C (Min)
Rainy Season: January to December, 1520 millimeters
Best time to visit : May to October

Manali Tourist Attractions :
In Manali city guide, Hidimba Devi Temple, Nature Park, Buddhist Monasteries, Manali Museum are prime Manali tourist places.

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Location Of Manali :
Geographic - Located in the Kullu valley Manali is surrounded by towering mountain peaks towering mountain peaks.
Famous As - Manali Hill Station is famous among domestic tourist as honeymoon destination and among foreign tourist for being hub of adventure activities.

How to Reach Manali :
By Air : The nearest air connectivity is Bhuntar which is 50 km away from Manali.
By Road : New Delhi, 10 hours, Chandigarh, 5 hours, Pathankot, 5 hours.
By Railways : Nearest train connectivity is through Kalka and Chandigarh.

Manali Tourist Attractions :
Manali tourist places , Manali is an ancient town located at the valley of Kullu. The word Manali means "home of Manu" a mythological character who was a Brahmin law giver. It is said that after a great flood only Manu survived and he came to Manali to re-create human life. In fact, the old Manali has a temple dedicated to Manu. Tourist come here for various purposes the domestic tourist see this place as a romantic getaway and the foreign tourist come here to experience some thrill through adventure sports. Things for which tourist come to this place are -

Heli-Skiing :
Want to touch the sky from the mountain hill than Heli-Skiing is the thing which is quite thrilling. At Hanuman Tibba, Rohtang Pass, Deo Tibba and Chanderkhani Pass near Manali this activity is available.

Hidimba Temple :
Hidimba Temple is also famous as Dhungri temple this is an ancient wood and stone carved temple. In the mythology Hidimba was the wife of Bhima from the epic Mahabharata. What makes this temple different is the woodcarving of dancers on the walls of the temple and horns of bulls and ibex on the walls. During Dhungri Mela animals are sacrificed here and devotees offer knives, goat horns, tin effigies of animals, houses and peoples.

Gadhan Thekchoking Gompa :
Built by the Tibetan Refugees the Gompa is covered by colourful frescoes and a mid-size Buddhist statue. It is also a memorabilia of the martyrs killed in the occupation of Tibet in 1987 to 1989.

Gubala Camp :
It is a good spot located at the outskirts of Manali and tourist goes for sightseeing, picnic and definitely photography.

Old Manali :
It is a typical Indian mountain village with flavor of the old world. The Manu maharishi temple, old wooden houses, stone carved structures takes people back in time.

Mountaineering Institute :
It offers courses on basic and advance climbing to Indian as well as foreign nationals. This institute also conducts adventure activities like trekking, skiing, rock climbing, relief courses and training, high altitude rescue and much more. In fact, various equipment can be hired from here for trekking and hiking purposes.

Malana Valley :
Runs on self-governance, there are more than 1000 tribal here in Malana valley which is located below the Chanderkhani pass.

Cities near by Manali :
Kullu (42 kms)
Leh, Ladakh (475 kms)
Amritsar (405 kms)