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Home>>Manali Travel

Manali Travel


Travel to Manali Himachal Pradesh, an attractive land of wonderful charms. Travel to Manali, the topmost glory of India with some fascinating environment and attractive attractions. Himachal Pradesh tour presents some of the most uncommon to find destinations of the world. Manali Travel includes of Solang valley, Hadimba Temple, Larji Hot Water Springs, Rohtang Pass, Katrain, Vashist Hot Water Spring, Manu Temple, Bajaura, Arjun Gufa, Banjar, Nehru Kund, Kothi, Jagatsukh, and Rahala Waterfalls. If you are traveling to Himachal Pradesh, then don't miss your travel to the Manali section. Travel to Manali, the coldest desert of the world with hard but attractive surroundings. Travel to Manali, Himachal Pradesh in India and enjoy your stay at one of the most challenging land of the world.

Travel to the precise land of Manali, and take a sight into the People & Lifestyle of Manali. Manali is a wonderful hill station in the Himalayan Mountains of the state of Himachal Pradesh. The city can be divided into two parts Aleo New Manali town and Old Manali village. Aleo New Manali town is situated on the banks of river Beas and the Old Manali village is situated on the east of the Manalsu nullah. The perfect beauty of nature with snow capped peaks, indirect river Beas, deodar and pine trees, and fruit orchards, attracts tourists to Manali from various places of Himachal Pradesh India. This charming city of Manali is surrounded by a many beautiful places like Hamirpur, Shimla, Mandi, Naldera, Kullu, Bilaspur, Solan, Manikaran, Palampur, Kasauli, Mashobra, Chail, Taragarh, Nalagarh, Parwanoo, Fagu, Saharan, Narkanda, Rewalsar, Kangra, Kotgarh, Una, Kandaghat, Kunzum Pass, Lahaul Spiti, Kinnaur, Sirmour, Kaza, Naggar, Sangla, Tabo, Nako, Keylong etc.

Most Popular Attractions In Manali

Kumru Fort

At a distance of 2-km from the Sangla valley, lies this wonderful place, the tower-like fort of Kamru. The Sangla valley is a breathtaking beauty in itself, with a blaze of saffron trees and cold snowmelt. Here, the river Bapsa flows to meet the churning torrent of the Sutlej River at Karcham.

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Katasan Devi Temple, Katasan Devi Temple tours, Visit Katasan Devi Temple of Himachal Pradesh, Temple tour of Katasan Devi Katasan Devi Temple (Around Chamba)

A well-liked place of pilgrimage, the temple has a beautiful view of the Chamba Valley. (30 km) This is about 30 km from Chamba and offers a grand opportunity to picnic lovers. From the premises of this temple, a full vision of the Chamba valley is visible.

Manimahesh Lake (Chamba)

At an altitude of 4080 metres in district Chamba, 32 k.m. from Bharmaur. Held sacred to Lord Shiva this lake has in the Bundhil valley at the foot of Manimahesh ranges.

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Suraj Tal, Suraj Tal tours, Visit Suraj Tal of Himachal Pradesh, Travel to Suraj Tal, Beaches and Lakes of Himachal Pradesh Suraj Tal

Below the summit of the Baralacha Pass in the Lahaul splitting up of district Lahaul and Spiti. The Baralachala connects Manali and Lahaul to Ladakh and the lake which draws a considerable number of visitors - especially in summer - lies by its head. This is the source of the river Bhaga.

 
 

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