Manali - An inspiring and enchanting Hill Resort.
Manali is a wonderful place to spend leisurely moments far from the crowded city. The picturesque beauty of Manali will offer you a pleasant experience. The lush green trees and blossoming flowering plants across the hilly terrains will not let you go back to your place. Manali is the place where nature has its own abode.
A lot of gorgeous and breathtaking views are waiting for you to explore the hidden beauty of the nature. It offers you a remarkable opportunity to know about the culture and traditions of the people who live here with the nature.
Places to visit in Manali –
i) Rohtang Pass – Rohtang Pass the most scenic spot of the tourists. The mountains are clad with snow and glaciers are of pointing design towards the Earth to welcome you. You can enjoy here rafting paragliding, skiing etc.
ii) Manikaran – Manikaran is a beautiful place where you can enjoy the picturesque beauty of nature. There is hot water spring which has great flow of water. The green plantation across this spring is awesome and mind-blowing.
iii) Manu Temple – Manu temple is very famous temple and is dedicated to the holy man called Rishi Manu. Many people arrive at this temple to worship because of strong Hindu mythological reasons. There is little market also here nearby Manu temple where shopping of various handicrafts can be done.
iv) Hadimba temple – Hadimba temple is craved in a cave and stores various attractions into it. It is a wooden temple of the Goddess Hadimba one of the character of Mahabharata. It is believed that Bhima fell in love with Hadimba and got married with her and later on gave birth to a child Ghatotkachh.
v) Vashisht Temple – Vashisht temple is very old temple as old as the Hindu mythology about the Vashisht. The River Beas increases the beauty of this temple. The tourists who visit Manali also visit Vashishta temple due to is auspicious and holy importance.
vi) The monastery or the Gompas – These monasteries are the dwelling place of the monks and nuns. These monasteries are the holy places of Buddhism. The architecture of monasteries is state-of-art design. Various things can be explored here which describes more about Buddhism religion and myths. Thousands of followers of Buddhism visit these monasteries every year.
How to reach Manali
i) By Air – Nearest Airport is Bhuntar Airport which is 50 km from Manali from 10 km from kullu.
ii) By Rail – The nearest railway station is Ambala Cantt which is 200 km from Manali and Chandigarh railway station which is 250 km from Delhi.
iii) By Road – A good network of road connects Manali to various other big cities like Delhi, Shimla, Dharamsala and Leh etc.
Climate at Manali – In Summer 23°C to 36°C & in winter 0°C to 8°C
Best season to visit Manali – May- October
Language spoken at Manali – Hindi, English, Himachali