The Ultimate Manali Travel Guide

Manali Travel Guide

Rough ride to Solang, twists and turns of Hampta pass and a nice night sleep in Kullu and jumping back on the road of Manali with a bike are the most interesting things you can do here.

Manali is a backpacking capital of India, which is packed with the Himalayas, pine trees, waterfalls, thrilling treks, temples, luscious greenery, and jaw-dropping sightseeings.

Do you know Manali turns into a nice little party in the night? Yes, It’s hard to say bye, once you experience the nightlife of the Manali. It is pretty calm, surrounded with chilling vibes, stars look like small glowing bulbs, and of course, Maggi is the only food that fills your appetite.

Want to know more about Manali? If yes, here’s your ultimate travel guide that will tell you everything about it.

List of What to See in Manali: Top 9 Destinations

  1. Trip to Manali and Solang

We don’t need an ordinary Manali tour, that’s why we have put Solang Valley at the top of the list. It is one of the jaw-dropping and mesmerizing places to visit in Manali. It is only 13 km away from Manali and the perfect destination for honeymooners. Here you can see glaciers, do thrilling activities like paragliding, horse riding, and a few more

2. Jogni Waterfalls

Jogini waterfall is an underrated place. Most people don’t visit this place that gives you a reason to visit this enchanting place. The relaxation sound of this waterfall rejuvenates your mind and reminds you of the power of nature. It is just 3 Km away from Manali, but the path is rough, so drive carefully and enjoy the amazing view of the waterfall.

3. Hampta Pass and Chandratal Trek

Hampta pass is a corridor pass that connects Kullu and Lahaul. It’s another location of Manali which provides mesmerizing views to the people. Hampta pass will make you believe that nature’s beauty is only found in Manali. It is worth visiting if you ever come to Manali. Upper all the things Hampta Pass gives you an actual feeling that you are in the mountains.

  • Chandratal Trek

Chandratal trek is one such ideal trek for the beginners in Manali. We strongly suggest you visit Chandratal lake. The chocolate coloured mountains, surrounded by the lake, and the whole atmosphere is blended with snow. This is a detailed narration of what Chandratal trek is. We sure you definitely fall for this place. It is so attractive and blessed with beauty.

4. Bhrigu Lake

Bhrigu lake is also known as “Pool of Gods”, and this astonishing location is something that you can’t delete from your list. Thousands of tourists visit this place every month and enjoy water sports.

5. Beas River

Himalaya is the origin of the Beas river, and it comes to Manali through the Kush dense forest. It is the source of water for the people. Tourists come from every corner of India to visit its magnificent beauty. The water is so clean and streaming rockingly. You will see there are many interesting and engaging watersports waiting for you.

6. Kothi

Kothi is a peaceful and highly scenic village. It is located on the main highway to Rohtang pass, and accessible round the year. If you are the kind of person who doesn’t like crowded spots, then Kothi is the perfect destination for you. The weather of Kothi remains enjoyable throughout the year. In winters it’s pleasantly cold and days will not even warm with sunny skies. If you have a dream to experience the peaceful life of the village under the shadow of mountains, rivers, and waterfalls, then Kothi is waiting for you.

7. Rahala Waterfalls

Rahala waterfalls nestled the birch and the deodar forest, 16 km away from the Manali and an ideal picnic spot. The source of Rahala waterfalls is the water melting from the glaciers and precipitous rock. Despite the white noise of this waterfall, the thick forest with birch and deodar trees are the true attractions of this place.

8 Gulaba

Gulaba is a pretty beautiful and new small village near Manali. It is a heavy snow region and alternate destination to Rohtang Pass. Here you can enjoy snow activities like paragliding, tobogganing and skiing.

9. Chandrakhani Pass

Chandrakhani Pass is surrounded with lush greenery, and it is a truly untouched natural beauty. The trek route is full of hill villages, massive mountains, and tall trees. At the end of the trek, the view you will see is truly mesmerizing.

We hope you enjoyed this article. And you will be glad after knowing that we can design your trip to Manali at the affordable pricing.

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