Manali the hill station of Himachal Pradesh is a marvel to enjoy during winter white snow carpet of snow, as you enter the picturesque city and you bow your heads to praise the lord for creating this magical city of Himachal Pradesh.
Manali, is well connected by road to Delhi, Chandigarh, Ambala and Shimla and the nearest airport is – at Bhuntur, 50 km from Manali and 10 km from Kullu town.
Manali is frequented by tourists from all over the globe, the couples on honeymoon, and families with children who come to watch the snow fall and have a great time.
Manali is blessed with the fauna and flora of the nature, with stately deodar trees lined up covered with silvery white, the pearly white soft hail falling on the grounds, trees, roof tops.Marvelous Hill Station of Manali
Manali is a complete package of dancing clouds, whispering pines, gorgeous deodars, deep blue skies and lovely mountains all giving you an ethereal view, and making a strong statement about beauty and joy.
After you finish romancing the snow, you may visit the Solan Valley, 45 km from Manali and indulge in adventure sports like skiing, riding all terrain vehicles, snow scotters, paragliding or driving apt. A simple hiking trip in Solang can be an exhilarating and meaningful encounter with nature.
Manali Tourist Places
You may visit the small town of Kullu and peace and tranquillity will mesmerise you, and Vashisht, the tiny village on the banks of river Ravi, six km from Manali, has hot water springs having medicinal properties, temples, and colonial type houses.
The cave shrine of Hadimba Devi temple, with 24 meters tall wooden tower, and the temple beams are adorned with female dancers representing Rasa Leela, will take you to spiritual trip which you must have never experienced in your life.
Manali is clearly an abode of Gods and a trip to this lands of God, cleanses you.