Best Places To Visit In Manali Himachal Pradesh India

India is a divers country and gives you so many reason to visit. One of the important reason is Mountain beauty of India and Manali is one of them. Manali is situated in northern part of India and western Himalayas. Manali is home to snow capped mountains and some very beautiful Rivers. Beauty of the mountains are beyond the imagination. Manali is like a Heaven for Mountain lovers and trekkers. Manali is one of the most popular hill station among Indian traveler as well as foreigner. A place covered with high altitude mountains and pine trees. Manali walk along with Beas River which makes it more beautiful and worth visiting. Lets check here Best Places To Visit In Manali Himachal Pradesh India.

Best Places To Visit In Manali Himachal Pradesh India

Rohtang Pass : Rohtang Pass is around 52 Km from Manali on Manali–Leh highway. Rohtang Pass connects Kullu valley with Lahaul and Spiti valley. Road Manali to Rohtang is one of the most adventurous road in India. People who are not very much familiar with mountains could get scared by this journey. But if you love mountains and high altitude roads than this highway is like a heaven for you. Rohtang get so much snow fall in winters because of that roads are closed in winters. Normally road open in the month of April and remain open until October.

Best Places To Visit In Manali Himachal Pradesh India
Rohtang Pass

Solang Valley : 14 Km of Manali town on the way to Rohtang you will find a heaven on earth. Solang valley is perfect place for sports in winters as well as in summers. Some of the sports are Parachuting, Paragliding, Skiing. Solang valley gives you perfect view of glaciers and mountains.  Best thing about Solang valley is that it is a all season place. In winters valley covered with snow and become a heaven for skiing. There are so many institute for skiing training which makes this valley perfect even for learner.

Best Places To Visit In Manali Himachal Pradesh India
Solang Valley

Hidimba Devi Temple :  Also known as Hadimba Temple is located in a forest called Dhungiri Van Vihar. Hidimba Devi Temple is one of the most visiting temple in the region of Manali. Temple is dedicated to Hidimba Devi wife of Bhima a figure in the Indian epic Mahabharata. Check top tourist destination in Himachal.

Best Places To Visit In Manali Himachal Pradesh India
Hidimba Devi Temple

Buddhist Temple : Also known as Buddhist Monastery this temple is one of important place in Manali city. It is close to Manali Mall road situated in residential area. Main attraction of the Monastery handicrafts of Tibetan artistry and the carpets.

Kasol : Kasol is small village near Manali around 75 Km away from Manali in Parvati Valley. This beautiful village is situated on the way to Manikaran from Bhunter. Kasol is a hippy style village with full of pubs and cafes which serve international cuisines. Kasol is a village blessed with nature. Kasol is a hub for trekkers, Israelis and marijuana lovers. Its a beautiful village with a Parvatai River floating with it.

Kasol Himachal Pradesh (Image Credit Hitesh Kapoor)

Manikaran : Manikarn is located around 80 Km from Manali in Parvati Valley on Parvati River. Its a pilgrimage center for Hindus and Sikhs. There is a temple of Rama, Krishna and Vishnu. A Sikh’s Temple is also here. One more reason to visit Manikaran is hot spring here. People take bath in that.

Best Places To Visit In Manali Himachal Pradesh India

Beside all above places Manali offers you lot more things to do when you are there. You can go River Rafting, Trekking, Mountain climbing, Camping and many more. Manali is on of the best hill station to visit in north India. So what are you waiting guys…just get up & go…

How to Reach : Manali is very well connected by road from Delhi and Punjab. You can take direct Volvo and Deluxe buses from Delhi and Chandigarh. Nearest airport is Bhuntar Kullu which is connected to Delhi.

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Beautiful landscapes! Mountains and rivers and all! I also love that they have religious temples built there – shows their culture, arts and architecture influenced by Buddhism.


Oh wow! This place is beautiful. I’ve never seen images of India like this. Certainly a place I would visit. I’ve been thinking about coming to India for a yoga retreat for awhile. I might come here instead.


Your post brought back memories of Manali from couple of years back when we had a trip there. Although I couldn’t visit Kasol at that time, will definitely want to revisit

Alberto C.

Now that’s some incredible landscapes! I love outdoor activities when I travel, so Manali looks like the perfect place for me. Thanks so much for sharing!


I’ve always wanted to explore India, but just haven’t had a chance yet. I’ve read a lot about the diverse lanscapes, and must admit, you have captured it beautifully. I would love to visit Manikaran – apart from the temples and natural beauty, taking a dip in the hot spring sounds like absolute bliss!

Bruce Schinkel

What a picturesque area, thanks so much for making me aware of it! I really enjoyed this post and learning about Manali

travel kida

Thanks for the information.i really like your blog and information keep it up and I m also waiting for your next blog.

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