About 550 kilometres from Delhi, Manali is an all-time destination for North-Indians. There is a lot to do in Manali such as sceneric views of river Beas, temple of Rishi Vashist, therapeutic hot springs and much more.
Reaching Manali – There is a frequent bus service to Manali from Delhi. One can choose from ac, non-ac and roadways buses to travel.
Places to explore in Manali
Being a hill station, Manali is best explored on foot. Although, bikes are also available at reasonable prices on rental.
Solang Valley: Solang is nearly 14 kilometres from centre of Manali, the drive up to Solang is picturesque. The place is famous for tempting roadside Chinese food and adventure activities such as paragliding, safaris, trekking etc. during summer. During winters the valley is fully covered by snow and one can go for Skiing.
Tibetan Monasteries: Popular monasteries include the Manali Gompa, Gadhan Thekchoking Gompa and the Himalayan Nyingamapa Gompa. These are built by the Buddhist monks. The monasteries are simply mesmerising and peace-inducing.
Shopping: one can shop for turquoise jewellery, woollen clothes, Buddha heads and several other decorative items.
Besides, most of the travellers club their visit to Malali with Kullu, Rohhtang pass, Kasol and Manikaran
Where to Stay
There are so many budget hotels in Manali which offer quality services backed up with best-in-class services such as Travel Desk, in-room services like tea, coffee, meals, free wi-fi, cold and hot water supply and much more. These hotels also assist the visitors for arranging taxi service on charges.
Cost of travelling would be reasonably low, if you choose to stay in a budget Hotel or Guest house in Manali.
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