Visit Manali in Himachal Pradesh
Manali is the mecca for travellers that searching for adventure sports and adenalina in India.
Manali is the mecca for travelers looking for sports and adventurous, adenaline-charged holidays in India.
Thanks to the scenic beauty of Himachal Pradesh, Manali, with its history and culture, is also called the Valley of the Gods.
Manali has a mountaineering institute which organizes basic and advanced training courses in trekking, mountaineering, skiing and other water sports.
For trekking lovers in Manali there are several one day opportunities, Lamadugh Meadows, Solang Valley and Koshla-Tree line are among the most popular treks of all.
You can also practice rafting, thanks to the transparent water of the streams, high quality rafts and expert crews.
Rohtang valley and Solang offer great opportunities for paragliding.
Rock climbing, rappelling, skiing, ice climbing, snowboarding and skiing are also possible in Manali.
Tourist attractions of Manali
Hadimba Devi Temple
Located a couple of kilometers from Manali, a beautiful walk in the woods leads us to this temple-pagoda dedicated to Hidimba Devi.
This wooden shrine was built in 1503 on a huge rock rising out of the earth. Legend has it that Maharaja Bahadur Singh, who commanded to build it, was so happy that he ordered the craftsman's right hand to be cut off so that he could not do it again. Although there are no images or statues inside the temple, outside, colorful figures and symbols decorate the main door, and beautiful wood carvings appear on pillars and lintels.
At a distance of 5 km from Manali, Nehru Kund is located on the Manali - Rohtang Pass Highway. During spring it is one of the most popular places in Manali.
The Nehru Kund is a natural spring named after the first prime minister of India, the late Pundit Jawaharlal Nehru. The prime minister loved to visit the place and drink the crystal clear water of the spring when he stayed in Manali.
The graceful spring of clean water is said to have its source in Bhrigu lake.
Manali Wildlife Sanctuary
Located two kilometers from Manali, the Manali Wildlife Sanctuary is a beautiful natural area spread over 3,180 hectares.
Located 14 kilometers northwest of Manali, Solang Valley is one of the best known tourist destinations in Himachal Pradesh. Situated on the road to Rohtang from Manali, the valley welcomes tourists in large numbers every year.
An ideal destination for adventure enthusiasts, from skydiving to paragliding to horse riding, Solang Valley has it all.
In winter, Solang Valley is covered in snow, making skiing the main sport.
Jogini Falls is a waterfall with a rushing stream until it joins the Beas River in the Kullu Valley below.
Pandoh Dam and lake
Pandoh Dam is an embankment dam located on the Beas River. On the way to Manali, a quick stop at this dam should not be forgotten.
The Jana Falls, also known as Zana Falls, are located in the small district of Naggar, reachable by a short walk.
Gauri Shankar Temple
Gauri Shankar temple in Manali is an ancient structure dedicated to Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. It is said to be the last intact structure of Gurjara-Pratihar.
Khoksar is located at an elevation of around 10,300 feet on the banks of the Chandra River.
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