About Manali

Where words fail to deliver, where creativity falls in love with the mystique surroundings. This is what the charismatic beauty of Manali is all about. And while you will find some time to visit some of the most cherished places in and around Manali, there will be host of other places waiting for your arrival ready to enthral you with divine supremacy of Nature. Every carved mountain and every leaf on the lush green tree will share an interesting anecdote. From free flowing rivers to snow surrounded mountains, from a lonely stretch to immensely inhibited forest land, every single chapter of this interesting volume called Manali will mystify you to the core. Come enjoy the widespread beauty of MANALI.
  • Visit places which are not known to the world.
  • Take a stroll which is no where on a guide map.
  • Go to the forests and encounter an experience which finds mention no where.
  • Experience the heights, the pleasant chill and divine waters of river Beas (So use your imagination wisely).
However, there are certain places which do find a mention in the guiding maps of Manali.

Hadimba Temple
Magnificent is the only introduction for this craft par excellence. Built in 1550 A.D it has a four-tiered pagoda roof. Famous for its exquisitely carved doorway, Hadimba is dedicated to the goddess-turned-demoness Hadimba, the wife of Bhima. If we believe in local stories, Bhima killed demon Tandi the brother of Hadimba to marry her. For local people it is Dhoongri Mata temple. Every year thousand of travelers move enchanted by the architectural excellence and divine beauty of Hadimba Temple.
(Walking distance)

Solang valley
As the name suggests it is one of the most picturesque valleys. Known for its ski slopes and picnic spots, it offers a real treat to eyes. It also has the closest glacier to Manali. Solang valley promises to enchant you with the quiet beauty and terrific snow clad mountain view. You can have a breathtaking view of the Himalayan range from the various viewpoints. At solang valley you can experience some of the most exciting snow sports through out the year.
(15 Kms)

Famous for its hot water springs on the river Parvati, the place traces its origin to a legend. The water here is so hot that food can be cooked in the hot spring water. A well known pilgrimage it is famous for ancient Hindu temples & Gurudwara. According to legend Manikaran is also associated with Lord Shiva & his consort Parvati who lost & recovered her earring here.
(82 Kms)

The highest point on Manali Keylong road, it offers ample skiing and trekking opportunities at an altitude of 3980 mtrs. Situated on the Kelong-Leh highway, the pass offers a wide spread panorama of mountain scenery. It is directly opposite to Sonepani Glacier slightly left to the Twin Peaks of Geypan.
(52 Kms)

Places to visit
 Club House
 Walking Distance
 Manu Temple
 Walking Distance
 Jagat Sukh Temple
 8 Kms
 3 Kms
 Nehru Kund
 6 Kms
 24 Kms
 Rallah Falls
 26 Kms
Photo Gallery Vasistha Temple Beas River Manali Nehru_kund Hadimba Mandir Naggar Castle
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