15 Amazing Places to Visit in Manali Styles At Life

15 Amazing Places to Visit in Manali Styles At Life

15 Amazing Places to Visit in Manali Styles At Life

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Manali in Himachal Pradesh is a popular hill station situated in the valley of the Pisces River. It is part of Kullu district and has a moderate population. It is visited by many tourists every year who feel the need to spend some time in the mountains to recuperate and relax. The famous Karakoram Pass is very close to the city.

Beautiful Manali tourist attractions:

Here are some of the best and famous tourist attractions to visit in Manali and they will definitely give you a great time throughout your trip.

1. Chandratal Lake:

Chandra Thar Lake, also known as Beas kund, is a place of great historical significance. It is believed that the great sage Vyasa lived near the source of this holy river Pisces, and he bathed in the waters of this Kunde every day. Many tourists travel thousands of miles to Manali just to bathe in this lake.

2. Chandrahani Pass:

This pass is mainly used for hiking. The best time to visit is from May to October. After October, it gets a little too cold for the average person. The pass offers panoramic views of the surrounding mountains. It connects the Marana Valley with the Kuru Valley. Many hikers who live in Manali trek all the way through the pass to the small village of Manali.

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3. Pando Dam:

Pandoh Dam is a generator hydroelectric dam built on the Beas River and is one of the most beautiful man-made structures here. The dam is managed by the Bhakra Beas Management Board and is 76 kilometers above sea level. Although not exactly in Manali, the dam is on the route from Kullu to Manali. This dam is one of the most beautiful tourist attractions in Manali and it can be entertained with the sound of musical floating.

4. Luotang Pass:

Luotang Pass is one of the famous mountain passes in the Himalayas. Not a single tourist misses this pass! This trail connecting Kullu to the adjacent valley is a great picnic spot. Even in summer, this pass is sometimes covered in snow! Standing here, the incredible views of the snow-covered peaks you experience will take your breath away, sometimes literally. This is one of the best places to visit in Manali.

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5. Solang Valley or Snow Point:

Solang Valley is close to Manali, between Solang village and Beas kund. There are many reasons why the valley attracts tourists. For some religious tourists the valley is important as it houses the Shiva shrine, for others the valley is interesting as it offers great adventure activities such as skydiving, ice skating/skiing, skydiving and Paraglider!

6. Mall Road:

Mall Road is the busiest place in Manali. It’s like a typical crowded market where you can relax and buy souvenirs! The bustling ramp, paved with stalls on both sides, presents a colorful picture scroll. However, there are plenty of bargains in the store, so don’t get ripped off! But even without haggling, you can get cheap knickknacks like wool hats, gloves, shawls, and more.

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7. Greater Himalayas National Park:

The Greater Himalayas National Park or Jawaharlal Nehru Park is home to some very rare wildlife. The surrounding mountains provide the park with a spectacular natural landscape that is half its allure. The park has short waterfalls, streams, and lakes, and several different animals live in their natural habitats. This is one of the best tourist attractions in Manali and can provide a great experience.

8. Bijli Mahadev Temple:

Bijli Mahadev Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is located on top of a high mountain. This allows the temple to offer stunning views of the surrounding landscape. While the deep water droplets on the side of the road made some tourists dizzy, others were amazed.

9. Vashisht Bath:

Vashisht is a small place on the banks of the Ravi River. This place is famous for its numerous natural springs. Visitors to Manali almost always take a short trip to Vashisht to bathe in the waters of these “Kunds”. This is another popular tourist attraction in Manali that will keep you entertained all day long.

10. Hidimba Temple:

The Hadimba Devi Temple is located on top of a hill surrounded by cedar forest and was built in 1553. It was built in memory of Raksasa Hidimba, wife of Bhima, one of the Pandavas. It was built on a huge rock that was enshrined in the image of the god. Its design is stunning, including carved wooden doors, three square roofs covered with shingles and a fourth brass cone roof. An amazing place to visit and appreciate the beauty of ancient Indian architecture. A few kilometers away there is another temple dedicated to Ghatotkatch, son of Bhima and Hidimba, which should also be visited once to enjoy this beautiful religious site.

11. Giorgini Falls:

One of the most beautiful spots in Kullu Manali is Jogini Waterfall. This beautiful waterfall is located near Jogini Devi Mandir in Vashisht village. This is a waterfall with a stream that joins the Pisces River in the Kuru Valley. In the name of the goddess Jogini, it is a sacred place. This is a beautiful and peaceful village that must be visited at least once to appreciate the beauty of this sacred place. If you’re hungry for adventure, this place is a must-see as you can do hiking and other activities to help you enjoy yourself. It should be a must-see for nature lovers and photography lovers.

12. Nehrukund:

One of the most popular tourist attractions in Manali is Nehru Kund, located 5 km on the national road from Kullu to Leh. This place is suitable for nature lovers and photography lovers. This place is named after the first prime minister of India, namely Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru. This place is full of people who love natural beauty. It is a natural spring from Lake Brigu in the high mountains. As the name suggests, it is believed that Jawaharlal Nehru drank water from this natural spring during his stay here. Surrounded by greenery, this beautiful place Nehrukund is one of the best places to visit in Manali.

13. Sultanpur Palace:

This is one of the beautiful places to see in Manali. It contains beautiful miniature paintings that are a wonderful fusion of Pahari and Colonial styles based on different themes. The paintings depict the rural setting of the Kullu and Manali locals. Earlier, the palace, known as Rupi Palace, was destroyed in an earthquake. It was later rebuilt using the remnants and then named Sultanpur Palace. This is a must visit for those who love to appreciate the beauty of ancient India and paintings.

14. Manikaran Gurudwara:

Manikaran is a beautiful place located in the Parvati Valley on the Parvati River in Kullu. This is a beautiful pilgrimage center that attracts many Hindus and Sikhs. Manikaran has a beautiful Gurudwara that must be visited at least once. It’s a wonderful combination of peace and beauty. Hot springs, prasad food and a stay in such a beautiful and peaceful place is a must for a good experience. Hot spring water is considered auspicious and believed to have healing powers and other medicinal properties. It’s really a great place to calm the mind and soul because it’s really beautiful and in a nice place. If you visit Kullu Manali, you must visit this beautiful place at least once.

15. Gulab:

This is a beautiful place near Rohtang Pass Road in Manali. This is a wonderful place to visit, especially for nature lovers. When you visit this beautiful hill station, one of the best places you should visit is Gulab and cherish this beautiful place as it is awe-inspiring and peaceful. This scenic area is a great eye-catcher, beloved for its stunning natural beauty and magical atmosphere. The road to Gulaba is only open in summer. Views of beautiful snow-capped mountains, the beautiful Pisces River and prairies add extra beauty and charm to the area. This place is named after Raja Gulab Singh of Kashmir who used to camp in this beautiful place. This is an amazing scenic place to visit once in Manali.

These are the best things to do in Manali, and the best time to visit Manali is all year round, except during the monsoon months. Manali is nothing less than a traveller’s paradise. If you like hanging out, Manali must be on your visit list (PS visit list coming soon!). Have fun and enjoy the beauty of Manali.